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The Crock-Pot Cobbler
Oh, the crock-pot. I am all about simplicity in life and that does not exclude the kitchen.
Food is delicious on it’s own and our job is to create the right simple conditions and combinations for flavors to come to life. Eating healthy should not have to be difficult, or complicated. Simplicity on the homestead and in emergency preparedness is important. Simplicity in the kitchen compliments those two perfectly.
This crock-pot cobbler recipe is one I’ve used for years now. We make it for holidays, on the weekends, family gatherings or any old day we feel like throwing it together for a treat.
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Crock-Pot Cobbler For Whatever You’re Craving
I believe this recipe originally came together as a peach cobbler, then raspberry and apple. From there we’ve just gone wild with it and it’s delicious every single time. For this post we decided to go blueberry, enjoy the rich images, but don’t forget to let your imagination go wild with whatever fruit you are craving or have in the pantry and/or freezer.
Fresh fruit or frozen work great for this crock-pot cobbler recipe.
Sometimes we completely omit sugar, use honey or extra fruit for sweetness instead. Have fun with it!
Enough, enough. Here we go!
How to Go From This:
The Fruit of Choice
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Layer Fruit on Top – Set On Low for 2 – 2 1/2 Hours
Crock-Pot Cobbler of Your Choice, Ready to Serve
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