Rootbeer Cobbler

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Rootbeer Cobbler

Postby HMK » Sun Jun 24, 2007 2:26 am

I used to belong to a group of Blacksmiths and they had monthly meetings. One the members little girl is a member of the Dutch Oven Society. Sometimes they were nice and cooked for us. Man, those meals were lip smacking good. One day in particular they made us what they called Rootbeer Cobbler. I just had to get the recipe.

Anyway, it's so easy a caveman could do it. Hope I didn't offend any cavemen.

1 box spice cakemix
2 cans apple pie filling (16oz)
1 can Rootbeer (12oz)
2 tablespoons butter

In a 12-quart Dutch oven, spread butter on bottom. Pour applepie filling into the Dutch oven, and sprinkle the cake mix evenly over the top. With end of fork or spoon, make a swirl in cake mix and then pour in a can of Rootbeer. Cover with lid. Put 8-10 charcoal briquettes on bottom, 16-18 on top. Cook for 50 minutes to 1 hour, or to a golden brown.

This will make you slap your pappy. The first time that I made it at home, I almost ate the whole thing.


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Postby Kevin A » Sun Jun 24, 2007 12:16 pm

That's a great recipe, :thumbsup:
I did a variation of it yesterday, I used a french vanilla cake mix with blueberry pie filling and 7up. I'm gonna have to try your version now. :woohoo:
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Postby Dean in Eureka, CA » Sun Jun 24, 2007 1:06 pm

Be right over! :twisted:
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Postby bledsoe3 » Sun Jun 24, 2007 6:29 pm

I can be there in 9 hours.

Never mind, I can make my own faster.
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Postby The Teardrop Nanny » Sun Jul 01, 2007 3:29 am

8) Sounds like a delicious one, especially for the novelty of rootbeer, and those who love to drink it. Now we can have our cake, and drink it too.

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Postby sledge » Fri Jul 13, 2007 11:09 am

I saved it , maybe we can try it next camping trip. thanks. :thumbsup:
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Root Beer Cobbler for Church

Postby pauld3 » Sat Oct 03, 2009 1:14 pm

Say, I'm making this Root Beer Cobbler for a church pot luck tomorrow. I was thinking of using the canned apple pie filling and maybe adding some fresh peaches too. or maybe i'll leave the recipe alone and make it the way you said to in the first place! :thinking:

but wanted you to know, my church people will LOVE it. and I really appreciate sharing the recipe! YUM YUM!!!

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Postby mikeschn » Sat Oct 03, 2009 1:51 pm

Lynn,

Take a picture, although the ingredients sound really good!

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Postby Alleged User » Sat Oct 03, 2009 2:40 pm

Mmm...rootbeer.

I've made a Mountain Dew cake with lemon cake mix and a can of Mountain Dew, and it was delicious...wonder if a Mountain Dew cobbler would work. Don't know what I'd use for the filling, though. Image
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Postby doitright » Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:05 pm

I made the cobbler several weeks ago. I used peaches instead. I had some there that did not like peaches and would never liked peach cobbler. But with the spice cake and root beer they loved it.
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Postby pauld3 » Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:42 am

The church loved it so much there was nothing left, :cry: so i came home and made another one. :applause: Then, served it with ice cream! RootBeer Cobbler Float! HA!! But I will get a pic uploaded soon. Good Suggestion, Mike!

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Postby starleen2 » Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:36 pm

Hummm – wonder what’s cooking? After reading about root beer cobbler – I decided to give it a try – and also a recipe for tamale pie. Gathered the necessary ingredients
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Whitey's Tamale Pie

1/4 cup oil
2 lbs lean Ground beef
2 cups chopped onions
1 green bell pepper chopped
1 serrano pepper minced
8 oz tomatoe sauce
1 8oz can corn
1/4 cup chili powder
1 1/2 tspn salt
1 tbspn ground cumin
1 tbspn garlic powder
1 tbspn dried Mexican Oregano
2 packages Jiffy or pioneer corn bread mix (Unless You are Jeepdad)
1 small can of sliced olives
1/2 tspn of cayenne

Get the meat browned and drained.

Get the onions,pepper and chili going for 3-5 minutes,add the tomatoe sauce,corn,chili powder,salt,cumin,garlic and oregano.Let roll for about 10 minutes..

Make Your cornbread mixed up You can put half the mix in the bottom and then spoon the meat mixture over it and finish by putting the rest of the C.B mixture over the meat..Then put the olives and the cayenne on top

I like to just put all the C.B mix right on top..The key of course is not to place to much heat on the lid..Run like 5-6 under and 10-12 on top..Just dont open the D.O to offten,but take a look after 10-15 minutes to makes sure You dont have to much heat on top

It has a pretty good zip to it,But it is real good beer drinking kind of zip..Enjoy


Prepared as instructed and volia!
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Postby pauld3 » Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:06 pm

Those look awesome! RootBeer Cobbler looks just like mine did!! So I guess we did it right! :lol:
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Postby bobhenry » Sun Oct 11, 2009 11:31 pm

Had several reports back on My rootbeer cobbler this weekend all were very positive. I will confess I did get a little too much heat on the bottom but if you didn't dip too deep it really was "Slap your pappy" good.

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Postby Reddiver » Mon Oct 26, 2009 10:40 am

I tried your Root Beer cobler this weekend . It was a big hit. If you didnt get it fast you didnt get any Thanks
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