First off, this will be an all text review. I know, I know, how boring of me. I made the cobbler on Monday afternoon, but by the time it was cool, the natural light was gone. Then, there was yesterday. I left the house at 8am on my way to Children’s Hospital for Brody’s post-op appointment. I left with plenty of time to make it there 30 minutes early. What I didnt know, is that construction en route would hold me up 1 mile from the hospital for 45 minutes. And since we were late, they made us wait an hour and a half to be seen. Nice.
After we got home, it was preparations for Liam’s Birthday Playdate at the park. Cupcakes and all. (Which I bought…and have felt guilt ridden about since. What have I become when I buy the kids cupcakes?)
Then, last night, I had to go to a Pampered Chef party. Which was nice. $57, a stoneware bundt, silicone basting brush and a 2 oz scoop later, I was home. It was then 10pm, and light gone again.
So, this post is pictureless and boring, which does not do this cobbler justice. If I had any frozen fruit left, I would whip it up again. I absolutely adored it. Its such a warm homey dessert. I used peaches and raspberries, but followed the recipe to a T otherwise. It baked up in the amount of time stated. Smelled fabulous and came out perfect. I served it with a little whipped cream. Perfection!
I have to add that it kept too. I ate some last night and again this morning for breakfast with some vanilla yogurt. Holy YUM!