Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Bisquick Cobbler Recipe

Cobblers are traditional one-pan dishes common in the UK and America. Going as far back as colonial times, cobblers were being made as a way to create a thrifty and sweet dessert. This Bisquick cobbler is very yummy! Everyone likes it.

1 cup Self rising flour
1 1/2tbsp. cocoa powder
6tbsp. butter
3/4cup sugar
1/2cup milk
1 1/2cup boiling water
1/4cup cocoa powder
1tsp. vanilla
1cup sugar

First of all heat the oven to 350 degrees F. Take a pan and then melt the butter in it. Mix flour, 1 1/2 tablespoons cocoa, butter and 3/4cup of sugar in a bowl. Put vanilla and milk in it. Mix it until it becomes smooth. Now put this batter into the melted butter in the pan. Mix cocoa powder and sugar in a small bowl and put it over the batter. Take the remaining cup of sugar and 1/4 cup of cocoa powder and stir it. Then sprinkle it over the batter. Take boiling water and pour over the top of the mixture in the pan. Place the pan in oven and bake the mixture for about 25-30 minutes. When it gets ready serve it warm with cream or ice cream.

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