Have you ever made a homemade Sweet Potato Cobbler?
Sweet Potato Cobbler
In this video I show you how to make a sweet potato cobbler. This has the perfect amount of salt and sugar and of course a half cup of butter too! This recipe is super simple and works best with White Lily Self-Rising Flour.
Sweet Potato Cobbler
4-5 MEDIUM/LARGE SWEET POTATOES
(PEEL AND CHOP INTO 1/4 INCH slices)
2 cups water
1 CUP HALF & HALF (not lowfat milk)
PINCH OF SALT OR 1/4 TSP.
1 CUP WHITE SUGAR
1/2 CUP UNPACKED BROWN SUGAR
1/4 cup BUTTER
1/4 TSP. CINNAMON 1 TSP VANILLA EXTRACT
Boil potatoes with water and half & half 12 minutes. Add sugars, butter, & cinnamon. Cover- cook 5 minutes on low/medium heat until sugar melts. Take off heat add vanilla and salt. Spray round glass baking dish with cooking spray-scoop out sweet potatoes and place in bottom of baking dish. Thicken juice filling with Wonda flour (OR use 3-4 tbsp. corn starch whisked into 1/2 cup milk) Pour juice over potatoes and top with biscuit topping. For Topping: Make biscuit dough: 1 cup self-rising flour & 1/8 cup shortening. Cut shortening into flour-add ½ cup buttermilk. Flour surface roll out topping dough. Cut strips and make a lattice if desired. Place dough on top of filling., Pour melted butter on top (1/4 stick). Sprinkle well with white sugar or cinnamon sugar.
Bake at 375 degrees until golden brown (approx. 35 min). Delicious! OPTIONAL: Make dumplings – add 2 cups water to filling then add dumplings.
Rights: This recipe has a copyright in our Cookbook. You are allowed to use it for personal use only.
This sweet potato cobbler is so buttery and delicious. I added a step of thickening juice of cobbler to the Volume 2 Cookbook recipe so mark up your books! It isn't required but will be even better if you do it. With the economy's food prices rising sky high, it is a great time to purchase staple ingredients and cook at home. This recipe has simple ingredients that you should already have in your own kitchen. Add this great sweet potato cobbler recipe to your menu planning this week! Make some delicious Cobbler and enjoy this with a scoop of vanilla icecream!
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Sweet Potato Cobbler – Old Fashioned Recipes – Collard Valley Cooks This sweet potato cobbler is so buttery and delicious. Recipe is printable from our website here: I added a step of thickening juice of cobbler to the Volume 2 Cookbook recipe so mark up your books! It isn't required but will be even better if you do it.