Wednesday, May 15, 2013

It's Coffee Time...Again!

My husband sent me an email yesterday. It contained the Starbucks coffee and cake recipe book. I got the hint and decided to bake something for coffee today. Since there still was one package of cranberries left in the freezer I decided it was a good opportunity to utilise it with this delicious cranberry cobbler as a result:

The recipe is economical since there are no eggs used. You will need:

1/4c butter, softened
1c sugar
1c flour
2tsp baking powder
1c milk
2c frozen cranberries
3/4c any clear juice

Cream butter and sugar. Combine flour and baking powder, add to butter mixture alternately with milk, stir until moistened and pour into a greased square baking pan. Put cranberries on top and pour juice all over. Bake at 350* F (175*C) for 45 to 50 min, serve warm or cold with whipped cream or ice cream.

The recipe was adjusted from the blackberry cobbler recipe. You can substitute cranberries with any other sort of berries, fresh or frozen. In this case, cut the amount of sugar and milk to 1/2c. The cobbler is easy to make and can be eaten with tea or coffee or served as a dessert.


  1. Thanks for the recipe, I'm going to try it out!

  2. You are welcome! Because it's so easy to make it's ideal for a busy day.


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