This mixed fruit cobbler makes for a very merry medley! This past week we made a casserole dish sized batch of combo cobbler modified from a blueberry cobbler recipe I’ve used previously. We included peaches, nectarines, plums, pluots, and blueberries! I would suggest though that you increase the fruit by at least 2 cups more than the recipe calls for. Which is 25% more, that means you need to increase the sugar, lemon juice, and flour for the fruit portion accordingly.
Here the link to the recipe: Ree Drummond’s Blueberry Cobbler I hope To hear from some of you about your bakes!
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