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Monday, October 22, 2012

Berry Cobbler My Way - Easy Fast N Healthy

I have used all kinds of berries in most of my recipes, mostly try to use all berries in one dessert. This is another recipe which I wanted to do it fast, yet keep my goal in mind to keep it healthy with less fatty ingredients.

I was browsing for dessert recipes to make it along with the Lentil Soup (my previous post), which I was taking it to the office, where they would collect money from employees to donate it to the food bank. I know I would spend most of my time making the lentil soup I didn't want to again spend lot of time on the dessert which is too much on a weekday.

So I came up with this easy recipe, as soon as I made and was taking it out to check if it's son came to me and asked as to what I was I told's a berry cobbler. For a min he kept quite and asked is it berry pie? I just said yes, cos it would be hard for me to explain the difference to him. :))
I did ask him if he wanted to taste some or I can save some for him...but he didn't want it. So I decided to take the whole dessert to the office.

I have taken few different pics, as I had to make it again and the reason for doing so is........................

The next day as I was picking my son up from school, he asked me if I did take it to the office, I said yes and he asked where is my piece? So I promised him to make one for him and would only add his choice of berries in it, so I made it again on the weekend, this time I made individual desserts and took more pics....:))

1. Preheat oven to 350F.
2. In a large mixing bowl add all the berries, sugar and corn starch and mix it gently with a fork, just until all the berries are covered with the sugar and the corn starch.

3. Transfer these berries into any oven safe bowl or a pie pan or a glass bowl or your choice of cook and serv dish.
4. Now in another mixing bowl add the bisquick mix/pancake mix, add water and cinnamon and gently mix with a whisk/wooden sppon/ fork just until mixed, a little bit of lumps is absolutely fine.

5. Add this mixture over the berries and cover the berries as much as possible, it does not have to look neat. :)
6. Crush the mollasses cookies or any flavored cookies of your choice with hand or use a blender, if you are using hard cookies. My mollasses cookies were soft so I used my hand to crush them directly over the bisquick mix.

7. Bake it for about 30-40 mins until the top is slightly golden. Make sure the bottom part of the bisquick mix is also cooked trhough.
8. Serve this hot/warm/cold with or without your choice of whipped cream/ice cream/any toppings etc.,
(Decorate it with your choice of toppings on a serving plate.:)

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divya said...

WOW .........looks so yummy :-)

Saraswathi Ganeshan said...

Scrumptious healthy dish..Love the crust...

Vidya Chandrahas said...

Looks so yummy...nice clicks

cookingvarieties said...

hi anu, what a nice name- bothe the name and cake looks very original and innovative. have a nice day

Prathima Rao said...

Gorgeous & super yummm!!!
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

M D said...

That's beautiful! Gorgeous!

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