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Delicious Cobbler!

A cobbler is a baked fruit-filled dish with a thick pastry crust that is dropped onto the fruit filling. Some people like to cover the entire top with the crust, sealing the fruit filling under the pastry. The pastry can be crumbly or flaky like a biscuit. My mom use to layer the fruit and crust like lasagna. I actually prefer it that way because you get mouthfuls of the moist pastry which has soaked up the filling flavors and then you get the texture of the buttery, flaky crust from the top layer. It’s a real taste treat for your mouth. So yummy!

Try Something Different With Zucchini
Anyone who grows zucchini knows that once zucchini season starts you will have an abundance of zucchini. You’ll either have to share your harvest with neighbors, family, and friends, or get creative with different ways to serve this fine vegetable.

Zucchini Cobbler
I discovered a delicious zucchini cobbler that is made with only eight ingredients: zucchini, lemon juice, sugar, cinnamon, flour, butter, and nutmeg. The zucchini comes from my garden and the other ingredients are staples in my refrigerator or pantry. I can make this cobbler any time during zucchini growing season.

This zucchini recipe comes from Rachell Alba who boasts, “If you didn’t tell your family that it is zucchini, they would think it was an apple cobbler.”

I never would have thought to use zucchini in a dessert recipe like a cobbler, but this recipe is too quick and too easy to pass it by. The creator of this recipe includes lots of vibrant photos to help you see, as well as, read how to make this tasty dessert. Try it. I think you will like it.

Recipe for Zucchini Cobbler
Tastes like apple cobbler!

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