Low Carb Strawberry Cobbler (THM S)
These recipes from our family strawberry-picking outing are probably some of my favorites to date. If you love strawberries, I know you'll love this too!
Cobblers are huge in the South. They can be an elegant dessert for a crowd, or a laid back treat on a cool Spring evening.
My brain is hard-wired for peach cobbler, and I didn't even think of other fruits until my wonderful friend, Amanda, suggested a strawberry version in light of my berry-abundance. All I have to say is, she is a friggin' genius!
This strawberry cobbler is so fresh, sweet, and delightfully low maintenance in preparation.
Start by preheating your oven to 350, and while it's preheating add the butter to a deep casserole dish and set it in the oven to melt gently.
When the oven is done preheating, take the dish out and add the strawberry mixture to it, then prepare the topping.
Now, this part is really technical - drop it in large globs onto the top of the strawberry mixture. Smooth it just slightly, pushing it down into the strawberries gently.
Bake the cobbler at 350 for about 25-30 minutes, until the top is nicely browned and the strawberries are bubbling.
I know - your mouth is watering already, but wait for it.
Let the cobbler stand for about 5-7 minutes before cutting.
Use a big spoon, and cut down into that bad boy. Serve with ice cream (homemade or So Delicious sugar free is fabulous!) or whipped cream, and spoon some extra saucy strawberry goodness over the top.
It's so gorgeous, I can't stand it!
The cold ice cream melts down gently over the warm cobbler. Juicy, tangy and sweet strawberries on the bottom topped with a soft, biscuit-like topping - I mean COME ON. It just doesn't get better than this!