Dolce Baking Company Cobbler Recipe

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Dolce Baking Company owner Erin Brown and Megan Ross, kitchen manager with Dolce Baking Company were shared some great dessert ideas for your July 4th parties. Since raspberries and peaches are in season right now, why not dole up some fruit cobbler! Below is their recipe.

Dolce Baking Company also host a couple of "cobbler nights" where they keep the store open and invite the public in for cobbler tasting.

Dolce Cobbler Recipe
yields a 9"x13"ish pan
4oz unsalted butter, melted

Ingredients:

  • ½ cup   granulated sugar
  • ¼ cup   brown sugar
  • 1 cup    AP flour
  • 1 TBSP    baking powder
  • ¼  tsp    sea salt
  • ½  cup    whole milk
  • ¼  cup    buttermilk
  • ½  tsp    vanilla
  • ¼  tsp    almond extract (optional)
  • Fruit (about 3 cups total)
  • Extra brown sugar, for sprinkling on top

Directions:

1.    Preheat oven to 350°F.
2.    Pour butter into pan.
3.    Whisk together sugars, flour, baking powder, salt, milks and flavorings.  (will feel a bit like pancake batter)
4.    Pour batter over butter --- DO NOT STIR --- just marble together a little bit.
5.    Top with fruit (if using berries, put them down first on the bottom).
6.    Sprinkle with brown sugar.
7.    Bake until cobbler is golden brown on top. (about 40-45 minutes)

Dolce Baking Company
6974 Mission Rd. Prairie Village
913-236-4411

Cobbler nights are July 20 and August 10
Check their Facebook page for exact times and updates!

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