Warm, flavorful, magical cobblers mesmerize me with the gooey bottom and crisp topping. I first shared my PUMPKIN TOFFEE COBBLER with you last year and right away started thinking about another one for this Fall. True, most Cobblers have fruit on the bottom, but these type of Cobblers work their wonders in the oven thanks to the self-rising flour and hot water. I added a dollop of whipped cream but oh add some ice cream why don’t ya...YUM! I thought it was pretty with a little garnish of mint. You know my love of pumpkin and apple Fall sweet treat concoctions, but Snickerdoodle sure does fit the bill for Autumn comforting desserts! This is a keeper friends, sure to please on a crisp evening or Sunday afternoon.
6 Tablespoons unsalted butter
1 ½ cups self-rising flour
1 ½ cups white sugar
¾ cup milk
1 ½ teaspoons vanilla extract
½ teaspoon cinnamon
1 ½ cups packed light brown sugar
1 ¼ cups hot water
Redi whip or Ice Cream…optional
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Melt the butter in 9x13 inch pan. In a mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, milk, vanilla extract and cinnamon. Stir to combine, but do not over-mix. Pour over melted butter. Sprinkle brown sugar over top of the batter.
Carefully pour hot water over butter and batter. Do not stir. Cook 30 to 35 minutes until golden brown.
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Snickerdoodles are my weakness. This looks so yum!!ReplyDelete
Must make this for my mom's birthday this weekend, looks delicious! You are such a talent my friend!ReplyDelete
Oh yum!! Snickerdoodles are Dustin's favorite cookie (event though he's not supposed to eat them!). I can't tell him you made them into a cobbler haha!ReplyDelete
Sarah at MeetTheShaneyfelts
Two of my favorite things!!ReplyDelete
OMG this would be perfect to make on a cool Fall day. I have a chocolate cobble I love to make but this snickerdoodle one takes the cake!ReplyDelete
What a fun idea for a cobbler, that looks so good!ReplyDelete
I never even knew a thing such a Snickerdoodle cobbler could exist. I'm not going to tell the hubs just yet - he'll make me make it immediately :) haha I should surprise him with it!ReplyDelete
Omg! Now I’m starved! This look sinfully delish! How do you stay so darn skinny, Andrea?ReplyDelete
Girl, you have got to STOP!!!! Cinnamon is my love language and I will for sure be making this very soon. Yes, how do you stay so small. I'm betting it's portion control. That's what I've always done, I deprive myself of nothing but may only eat a bite or two of some "sinful" things. I just made your Bowtie Lasagne again last week. You need a TV show. Have a terrific Tuesday!ReplyDelete
I need this right now in my belly for breakfast!! YUM!!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh. My mouth is watering. I love snickerdoodle anything! I want some now. I bet it smells so good when it's baking!!ReplyDelete
This looks sinfully delicious and perfect for fall!ReplyDelete
Oooh how yummy and PERFECT for the holidays coming up! You're a genius!ReplyDelete
Le Stylo Rouge
This sounds fabulous!!!! And I love that it is something different than just a regular fruit cobbler. Yum yum yum.ReplyDelete
Oh good heavens! What are you doing to me?! This looks so perfectly fall and yummy. I'm with Laura, I need some for breakfast!! (oh for the days when I could eat this kind of stuff for breakfast with no regrets!) XOXOReplyDelete
Oh my goodness. This looks DIVINE! I cannot wait to try this! YUM!!ReplyDelete
Oh. My. Goodness. This looks decadent and delicious! I seriously need to learn some of your baking skills, sweet friend!ReplyDelete
I don't think I have tried one of your cobblers yet. :) I guess I'm going to need to! Especially once we get out to the apple orchard to pick. Looks delicious!ReplyDelete
Mmmm, another melt in your mouth dessert!! I always look forward to your recipes posts!ReplyDelete
I love a good cobbler and this one looks amazing ! Thanks for sharing the mouth watering pictures and the recipe. Have a fabulous week.ReplyDelete
This looks so delicious! I love baking this time of year!ReplyDelete
Stylin In St. Louis
This brings back memories of when I was young. My mom and I always made snickerdoodle cookies together. I'm going to have to try this!!ReplyDelete
Oh my, snickerdoodle cobbler. This combines two of my favorite things. I love snickerdoodles and cobbler so I'm thinking that this has got to be a win win. Thank you for sharing at Fluster Buster.ReplyDelete
Pinning this now! My husband will LOVE this!ReplyDelete
This looks so yummy! Ill try this over the weekend!ReplyDelete
I love snickerdoodles! I think I love this cobbler!! I would be honored if you shared this and some of your other recipes at our What's for Dinner party! http://www.lazygastronome.com/whats-for-dinner-sunday-link-up-166/ReplyDelete
This looks so tasty! I love a good cobbler and you're speaking my language with snickerdoodle! Sierra Beautifully CandidReplyDelete
We are Snickerdoodle fans and this cobbler will be fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and sure hope you have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Your post is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Thanks so much for sharing with us and have a great week!
This dessert sounds so good and yummyReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this at Cooking and Crafting with J&J
Sounds scrumptious! I have never had this before! YUM! So glad you share with us at Merry Monday.ReplyDelete
This is a real treat! Thank you for sharing with us at Celebrate Your Story and have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Found this recipe through Laura who shared it on her blog recently. Looks heavenly. Read over the ingredients several times trying to find out what kind of fruit is in this cobbler. Ha! NO FRUIT!!! Love it!ReplyDelete
Thinking it might be good with apples, too, though. Can't wait to try it.