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Strawberry Dump Cobbler

(6 Votes)
SERVES
6
COOK TIME
40 Min

Making a delicious strawberry cobbler is as easy as mix, dump, and bake. No, you're not dreaming. This Strawberry Dump Cobbler recipe, shared with us by The Midnight Baker, is super easy, and oh-so-rich-and-creamy. Enjoy it in the summer or anytime at all!

What You'll Need

  • 2 quarts fresh strawberries, washed & hulled
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 4 ounces cream cheese, cut into small pieces

What to Do

This recipe was shared with us by blogger, Judy, over at The Midnight Baker. To view the instructions on how to make her Strawberry Dump Cobbler, just click here!

Ratings & Comments

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where are the instructions? all that's there is the list of ingredients! no pan size, oven temp or how long to bake. I even saved it to my recipe box to see if the rest of the recipe would show up there - no luck

What To Do This recipe was shared with us by blogger, Judy, over at The Midnight Baker. To view the instructions on how to make her Strawberry Dump Cobbler, just click here http//bakeatmidnite.com/strawberry-dump-cobbler/

Hi there! This recipe was shared with us by one of our blogger friends, The Midnight Baker. For the full instructions on how to make this recipe, click on the link under "What to Do" that says, "just click here." Enjoy!

I made this for an Easter weekend celebration and it was a huge it. The cheesecake factor makes it awesome. This is not suppose to rise a lot so do not expect it to. Mine did not turn out like cold cream of wheat so please to do let that review scare you. I am not sure why some did not have luck with this but worked out great for me and I do not consider myself an advanced baker. Also this is very much a dump type recipe since my grandmother has a cookbook from 1960s with recipes called dump that are very similar.

I meant do not let that review scare you.

I made this yesterday w/ the strawberries from our garden. It was great. Thanks for having these recipes. Now I have found a use for the berries besides shortcake.

My family loved this, only thing I didn't use 2 quarts of strawberries only one and this was plenty. Very easy to make ! Not sure what the other lady did wrong but this turned out just fine.

Not a dump recipe. At all!

Then please define a dump recipe for all us ignoramuses.

Google says It's a really simple dessert usually made with a base of cake mix fruit filling where, true to its name, you can dump the ingredients into a pan, give it a stir, and bake.

I wonder if using self-rising flour would improve the "rise" of this dish. I realize cake and cobbler aren't the same thing, but I don't consider "cold cream of wheat" appetizing. These comments make me hesitant to try this.

Made according to directions, not impressed. Very thin batter bakes into more of a spongy pudding. Cream cheese does not melt, stays in globs. Very little raise to the "cake" portion. I have made lots of dump cakes and family pronounced this a dud.

Not a cake, it's a cobbler..totally different animal

I have made cobblers and cakes many times this batter baked into a jelled like substance more resenbling a pudding, nothing like pictured, It did not raise it sort of set with the consistency of cold creme of wheat. Directions were followed to the letter.

Hey there, this is not a Test Kitchen tested recipe. It came from the blog, The Midnight Baker. We suggest leaving a comment on her recipe page for answers. :) http://www.bakeatmidnite.com/2014/06/strawberry-dump-cobbler.html

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