Sweet Cherry Cobbler

Being a Southerner cobbler has been part of our dessert repertoire since I can remember. My Mom was the queen of cobblers so I learned from the best. You can make cobbler with just about any fruit but cherry happens to be my favorite. It’s also happens to be the most expensive fruit. Thank goodness for Sam’s Club. They’ve got the goods and at a great price to boot so as long as cherries are in season I’m good to go!

I can’t even remember how long I’ve had my Sam’s Club Membership, suffice it to say at least 10 years. I love that they have a 200% satisfaction guarantee on fresh meats, crisp produce, savory seafood and gourmet to go bakery items. Not to mention I’m always able to find what I need and this trip was no exception, I picked up everything I needed for this mouthwatering cherry cobbler. The sweet Northwest cherries came packaged in 3 pound containers which meant we had leftovers for snacking and making into delicious cherry limeade drinks.

Here’s a quick video that highlights the cherry picking process and the quality behind each handpicked cherry sold at Sam’s Club:

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Sweet Cherry Cobbler

What You Will Need:

  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 3 cups cherries - pitted

What To Do:

  1. Place butter into 9 x 13 baking dish. Place into oven and preheat to 350 degrees.
  2. Into a mixing bowl add: flour, sugar, milk and baking powder. Whisk together to combine.
  3. Once butter is melted pour mixture into baking dish.
  4. Toss cherries with tablespoon of flour. Place cherries on top. Do not stir. Bake for 40-45 minutes OR until golden and it passes the toothpick test.
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89 Comments

  1. 1

    This look so fresh and delightful, Paula!

    I would love to make an old-fashioned cherry pie with whipped cream.

  2. 2

    Those cherries look divine!

  3. 3
    Susan /

    Definitely cobbler. Or ice cream!!

  4. 4

    I would make cherry pocket pies 🙂

  5. 5

    I follow you on twitter (duh)

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    I did the Pinterest thing too 🙂

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    Rosie /

    It’s a toss-up between cherry pie and cherry clafoutis!

  9. 9

    Love the cherry cobbler!! So pretty 🙂

  10. 10

    Love this, Paula! I have lots of cherries in the house right now and I think I am going to make chocolate cherry cookies. Definitely need a cherry pitter though!!

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    Elisa B /

    I would make ice cream for my uncle’s birthday. It’s his favorite.

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    Elisa B /

    I follow you on twitter

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    Elisa B /

    I follow you on facebook

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    Elisa B /

    I follow you on pinterest and pinned a photo from this post.

  15. 15

    Nice, I would turn my sweet Northwest cherries into a cocktail. 🙂

  16. 16

    Following bell’alimento on TWITTER.

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  18. 18

    Grazie, Paula! I would absolutely make your cherry cobbler – it looks amazing.

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    Mike /

    Cherry ice cream

  20. 20
    Mike /

    Following bella alimento on Facebook.

  21. 21

    I’ve been dreaming of a warm cherry sauce to go over vanilla ice cream. You photos are stunning!

  22. 22

    I would make a cherry pie! I’ve never made one before.

  23. 23

    I follow you on twitter.

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    Kel /

    I would make this recipe. Cherry ice cream or frozen treats also sounds like a great idea!

  25. 25

    Cherry almond crumbles, sorbet, a simple syrup for cocktails. Mmm…definitely the cocktail.

  26. 26

    Looks delicious! Love the cherry love!! 🙂

  27. 27
    Maura /

    Make? I’d just eat them straight up! They usually don’t stick around in my house long enough to bake with them!

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    Maura /

    I follow you on FB!

  29. 29

    Here I am, an Italian girl who fell in love with the cherry cobbler I had at the school cafeteria in first grade. That began my love for both cobbler AND cherries, which we don’t have much of locally here in New England. Every Saturday, I’d go to Boston’s famous Haymarket with my dad, and sometimes I’d see the vendors selling cherries, but, believe me, they were nasty even to the eyes of a small child!

    So…chances are good that I’d make your luscious cobbler, but I do love a good Italian cheese cake made with ricotta!

  30. 30

    Girl your cobbler looks fantastic! Your mom will be so proud 😀 xoxo

  31. 31

    My favorite way to have cherries is just to wash and eat them; but I may also make a savory compote to serve over a pork tenderloin. I also love cherry pie, cherry cobbler, cherry ice cream, cherry cookies….mmm.

  32. 32

    I would make individual deep fried pies.

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    I follow bell’ alimento on facebook.

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    Cori /

    I would try making cherry ice cream, with chocolate chunks of course!

  35. 35
    Jan /

    Id make cherry chocolate ice cream

  36. 36

    I would make a cherry crumble pie.

  37. 37

    I follow you via email. I don’t have any newfangled accounts.

  38. 38

    I would make duck with a cherry sauce or a cherry crostada

  39. 39
    TrishInFL /

    A cherry crisp and also cherry granita!

  40. 40
    barbara n /

    I would love to make a cherry pie! I always shied from trying because I never knew how to pit all the cherries!

  41. 41
    Patty Kasiewicz /

    I’d make like a cherry pie filling to top off a cream cheese icing cake.

  42. 42
    Sheila K. /

    I love cherry cobbler, so I definitely would make that!

  43. 43
    Sheila K. /

    I follow bell’alimento on Twitter (@skkorman)!

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    Sheila K. /

    I follow bell’alimento on Facebook (Sheila Korman)!

  45. 45

    I would SO make cherry frozen yogurt…..LOTS of it and maybe some cherry sauce to drizzle over top!

  46. 46
    marymar /

    definitely cherry cobbler…warm from the oven with a scoop of french vanilla ice cream…yum!

  47. 47
    Babs /

    Cherry crisp or pie. Cherry anything is delicious. My favorite fruit. The pitter is marvelous.

  48. 48
    NJJ /

    Cherries Flambe or cherry cordial ice cream

  49. 49
    NJJ /

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    NJJ /

    Follow bell’alimento on Facebook C.j. Jennings

  51. 51

    Wow, what would I do with cherries? After I eat enough of fresh cherries, I would make a cake…:)

  52. 52
    Katie /

    Ive always wanted to make cherries jubilee so that’s what I would make!

  53. 53
    Pat R /

    a sweet cherry tart

  54. 54
    Corisa /

    following on twitter!

  55. 55
    Corisa /

    id love to make a jam with the cherries!

  56. 56
    Pat R /

    I already follow you on FB

  57. 57

    i would make cherry pie! or a cherry crumble 🙂

  58. 58
    Karen /

    I would make a Cherry Clafouti.

  59. 59
    Karen /

    Liked Bell’alimento on Facebook.

  60. 60
    Ty /

    Oooo there’s these cherry teacakes I’ve wanted to make for 2 years or so now. 🙂

  61. 61
    Ruth Naylor /

    Black. Forest. Cake. Need I say more?

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    Ruth Naylor /

    I follow you on Twitter.

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    Ruth Naylor /

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    Ruth Naylor /

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  65. 65
    Cindi /

    Our youngest son is home from college for the summer!
    He enjoys cooking and baking, just like his dad…
    Aren’t I lucky?!
    Alex would make Cherry Scones!
    Many thanks, Cindi

  66. 66
    Cindi /

    I follow bellalimento on Twitter!
    Again, thanks very much…
    Cindi
    cmh512

  67. 67
    Cindi /

    I also follow you via Pinterest!
    I pinned a picture from this post…
    http://pinterest.com/pin/240450067575801316/.
    Merci, Cindi

  68. 68
    Cindi /

    I “Like” bella alimento on Facebook.
    Thanks bunches…
    Cindi
    Cindi Hoppes

  69. 69

    I would probably try out this cobbler of yours! I love cobbler as well, and make a mean apple cobbler. So this is just up my alley.

  70. 70

    Already following you on Facebook

  71. 71

    Already following ya on Twitter!

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    Following you on Pinterest! 🙂

  73. 73
    Stefanie /

    I would make some Cherry Vanilla Jam so I can enjoy these all year long!

  74. 74
    Kay Whorley /

    Hmm, cherry cobbler, cherry ice cream, , I just love cherries.

  75. 75
    Gail /

    Follow your blog

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    Gail /

    Follow you on Pineterst

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    Gail /

    Follow you on twitter – new to me – not sure what i’m doing yet – but I would take the cherries and in a beautiful glass bowl filled with ice and just let them get really cold and float in the ice – Saw on another blog – The Bitten Word – I did this at work and everyone loved them.

  78. 78

    I would make some cherry tarts!

  79. 79

    I Follow bell’alimento on TWITTER.

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    I Follow bell’alimento on PINTEREST & pinned this post.

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    I like bell’alimento on FACEBOOK.

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    Jan /

    I would make a cherry pie

  83. 83
    TK /

    A sweet cherry tart with a chocolate crust.

  84. 84
    TK /

    I follow on Twitter

  85. 85

    My favorite food to make with cherries is brownies. It’s delicious! But now I might be changing my mind because your cobbler’s looking pretty dang fine!

  86. 86
    LaTanya /

    I would make a cherry cobbler pie

  87. 87
    LaTanya /

    I follow you on pinterest and http://pinterest.com/pin/232639136972133726/

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    LaTanya /

    I like you on facebook

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    Caley /

    I would probably make a cherry cheesecake!

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