Easy Pineapple Cobbler Recipe

Easy Pineapple Cobbler

Growing up my mom always made this peach cobbler which is super easy. Sometimes when we had fresh blackberries she would use the same recipe to make a blackberry cobbler. Earlier this week I was really wanting a cobbler but I didn’t have any canned peaches. I did, however, have canned pineapple. Thus, the creation of pineapple cobbler. I’m serious folks, it can’t get much easier than this.

Ingredients


1 can pineapple, You can use crushed, chopped, sliced, whatever kind you prefer.
1 cup of butter
1 cup of flour
1 cup of sugar
1 cup of milk

Directions


Place the butter in a casserole dish. I used a 9 x 13 size dish. Then place the dish in the oven at 400° until the butter is melted.

While the butter is melting mix together the flour and sugar.

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Then add the cup of milk and whisk together until mixed well.

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By this time your butter should be melted. Remove the pan from the oven and pour the canned pineapple onto the butter. Do not drain the juice. You can see I used chopped pineapple and a couple slices of pineapple that was already in my refrigerator.

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The next step is to pour the batter over the fruit and butter. Don’t worry if you get some in more areas than others. It will even out as it’s baking.

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Bake in your 400° oven for about 45 minutes until the top turns a pretty golden brown.

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You can serve it right away with a big scoop of ice cream or let it cool. At my house it doesn’t get to sit long before someone cuts into it.

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You can use this same basic recipe and use basically any type of fruit that you would like. I swear this stuff is so good I could just eat the breading part even without fruit. This is one of the reasons I had a bad Weight Watchers week!

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Comments

    • Crystal says

      I used self rising flour. I know many people use all purpose and add the other ingredients like baking powder, soda, salt, etc but I am all about simplifying my steps so I usually use self rising flour!

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