How to Prepare Perfect Grandma Ruth's Dump Fruit Cobbler

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Grandma Ruth's Dump Fruit Cobbler. My Grandma Ruth always had me make this for her at her house as a child/teen. Is very easy and versatile ( most of the time I don't even measure, just eyeball it and Dump lol) and very good. If you want more fruit, add more.

Grandma Ruth's Dump Fruit Cobbler Pour batter into prepared baking dish and top batter with peaches. Super easy, kid-friendly recipe that anyone can make. Can use any seasonal fruit as desired. You can cook Grandma Ruth's Dump Fruit Cobbler using 5 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Grandma Ruth's Dump Fruit Cobbler

  1. It’s 2 cup of self rising flour.
  2. It’s 1 cup of milk.
  3. It’s 2 cup of any type of fresh fruit.
  4. It’s 1 of spice to taste (nutmeg, cinnamon, etc).
  5. Prepare 1 cup of sugar.

Been making this recipe since I was about ten years old when taught by my grandma. We usually used peaches or blackberries, but you could certainly use any seasonal fruit you like. Make a cobbler just like grandma used to make with this quick and easy recipe for peach cobbler. Bookmark this recipe to cookbook online.

Grandma Ruth's Dump Fruit Cobbler step by step

  1. In glass casserole or baking pan, add one stick butter..
  2. Put pan in oven at 350°F..
  3. While butter is melting, mix dry ingredients in a bowl..
  4. Add wet ingredients and mix. If you think it needs more or less flour, milk, or sugar, add according to your preference..
  5. Take pan out of oven. Butter should be melted. Add cobbler mixture into pan. DO NOT MIX!.
  6. On top of cobbler mixture, add your desired fruit. DO NOT MIX! You may toss the fruit in a little sugar first if you think it needs it..
  7. You are going to look at this and think "I need to stir this" don't do it!!! It's supposed to look sloppy…its a dump cobbler, after all lol.
  8. Cook at 350°F, for about 20 minutes, or until edges of batter start to crisp and look lightly browned. Cobbler will be rubbery in texture if you cook it too long. I like my cobbler chewy but not tough. It's your preference, of course..
  9. Enjoy! My grandmother would always drizzle a bit of evaporated milk over this before eating. Is good without it, but far yummier with it! 😀.

I made this cobbler with the only addition being some blue berries along with the peaches. The fruit part was good,but the dough on the bottom was just plain awful. I thought about adding some vanilla or something, but didn't. Grandma's Easy Fruit Cobbler was written down in one of the books, and you can see that this is a basic cobbler recipe. She noted that this could be made with any fruit so I choose blueberries, but you can use whatever you have on hand.

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