Chocolate Cobbler Recipe

Chocolate Cobbler Recipe Are y’all in the mood for some chocolate delight? If so, this chocolate cobbler is sure to please. It’s rich, but not too sweet. And it’s easy. No fancy ingredients in this one.

Interested? Well, you won’t find the recipe here. But you can find it over at Tasty Kitchen, right here, where I guest posted for Ree, The Pioneer Woman, this week. Yeah, that Pioneer Woman. The tall red-headed one that everyone loves, for good reason. She’s a sweetheart and as genuine as they come.

Chocolate Cobbler Recipe So mosey on over there and check out the yummy, chocolatey goodness that awaits.

My Granny’s Chocolate Cobbler, submitted by Susan at Tasty Kitchen.

And while you’re at it, you might find some other tasty grub. Tasty Kitchen is a treasure trove of recipes from all kinds of folk. You can even join in on the fun and submit your own recipes too! You know you’ve got a few yummy ones to share.

Hope to see you over there! And be sure to let me know if you try the recipe.

P.S. There are gluten-free directions for this one.

Comments

  1. 3

    Nanny J says

    Amy, you’re bad! Trying to get weight off Pa and here you come again. I will definitely make this soon. Just Chocolate Cobble – nothing else. That should stay with the diet. Eh?

  2. 10

    Eileen says

    I just found out that a great friend’s husband is in town on business and, after reading the Tasty Kitchen blog you wrote, simply HAVE to make this for dessert tonight. It looks delicious, and I’m glad to see that the gluten-free option worked out well. (I’ll be trying it with Pamela’s GF mix, as I like that better than Bob’s Red Mill.)

    Thanks so much!

  3. 16

    Emily says

    I love tasty kitchen and this recipe looks absolutely heavenly!!

    PS: I use the word “wonky” all the time…glad to know I’m not the only one! :)

  4. 17

    says

    i’d like to give your granny a little squeeze (as opposed to a bear hug–i wouldn’t want to squish her)–this is one of the most divine things my eyes have seen in a long time. :)

  5. 18

    Cherees says

    Wow that looks really good. I will have to check out the gluten free recipe version.

    Thank you for your guest post on Robyn’s blog Tuesday I really love the idea.

  6. 20

    Denise says

    This is a very tasty dessert! I liked the texture and that it’s not too sweet…yum!

  7. 21

    Kristin says

    Hi! I was wondering if you could post the gluten-free directions. I couldn’t find them on Tasty Kitchen. I was thinking maybe cornstarch alone could replace the flour since it’s a pudding-like texture anyway. Thanks for your help!

    • 22

      says

      Hey!

      I made it gluten free by replacing the all-purpose flour with an equal amount of Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free All-Purpose Baking Flour. Hope that helps!

      ~ Amy

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