Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Tickle-Your-Tastebuds Rhubarb Cobbler

The rhubarb is finally making its wonderful appearance in my garden ... yay!




This rhubarb cobbler is a favorite in our household and
I know I just shared a recipe a few weeks ago for a peach and strawberry cobbler,
but this recipe is too good not to share :)
Besides, it's completely different from the last cobbler recipe.




Ingredients:

1/2 cup (1 stick) butter
1 cup flour
1/2 cup sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 cup milk
2 teaspoons vanilla
2 cups rhubarb - cut into 1/4 inch pieces
1 cup hot water
1 cup sugar
cinnamon

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Slice butter and place in a 9" baking pan;
place pan in oven to melt butter.

In a mixing bowl,
make a batter with the flour, 1/2 cup sugar, baking powder, milk, and vanilla.

Once the butter has melted, pull the pan out of the oven
and spoon the batter onto the butter.




Place the sliced rhubarb over the batter.




Stir the 1 cup of sugar into the hot water until the sugar is dissolved.
Slowly pour over the rhubarb.




Sprinkle with cinnamon.




Bake for 40 - 55 minutes
or until the top is golden brown.




Serve with ice cream and enjoy!


36 comments:

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Ohh Stephanie that is soooo lovely!! you have made me so hungry used to try and grow rhubarb but does not like wet feet and so just buy at shop or markets sometimes ..TFS
love and God bless, Shaz in oz.x

Lady Linda said...

Good morning Stephanie, thank you for visiting my blog. I have missed blogging. Your rhubarb yummy looks so good. I have never made anything using it, but my hubby loves it.
Your blog is just beautiful.
Love,
Linda

Marcia Pilar said...

Hello lovely friend, always a pleasure stopping by your enchanting place for a visit. I like to do so without rushing so I'm catching up on a few posts today.
Would you believe I've never tried rhubarb? This looks delicious and having it growing in your own garden is extra special. Must try this soon.
PS-I found some sunshine mail in my box yesterday. :) Yay! It was perfect timing because our Florida sun seems to have taken an extended vacation. xoxoxo

Conniecrafter said...

Oh Wow that looks delicious, we have been discussing if we should get some to put in our garden, guess I will have to check out the farmers market and see if I can pick some up :)

Delvalina Tuanger said...

I never seen this before. Interesting :)

craftythriftydecoratingwifemom said...

Looks wonderful. Freezable? I'm only one who'll eat rhubarb, that's a lot of calories to consume!!
Janet

Shoregirl said...

MMMMMM...
I love rhubarb anything! It doesn't grow well where I live, but I thankfully I get it from my mom and freeze it. Just made a rhubarb/blackberry crisp for dessert last night! Yummy!!

Julie Marie said...

That looks so delicious Stephanie!... I don't grow rhubarb, but I love it!... our Farmers Market starts soon and they always sell it there fresh... can't wait to try your recipe!... xoxo Julie Marie

Life and Breath and Everything Else said...

That looks so good!!!

janice15 said...

Morning Stephanie, your rhubarb looks very yummy.. will have to give it a try. I have never eaten Rhubarb ever.. Have a great day with love Janice

Roberta said...

Hi Stephanie, your dish seems to be so savoury!! What a pity that I can't taste it!
Un baiser
Roberta

Linda said...

I can almost taste it form here Stephanie. My Mom makes a rhubarb cake that is to die for!

Sarah Louise said...

Wow, that looks so nice! I am going to purchase a rhubarb plant soon. We used to have one in our garden, but the builders ruined it when they were working on our house. :( Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe. xx

kitty said...

Ooh it looks so yummy, Stephanie! I love the top photo with the beautiful embroidered piece. I love vintage linens!! xo

Mary said...

Wow, that looks so yummy!

Merlesworld said...

That does look good.
Merle....

Delisa said...

Hi Stephanie! The cobbler looks delicious. I haven't had rhubarb in probably 10 years. It was something that I grew up with but my husband never had a taste for, so I got out of the habit of making it. I'm going to have to try your recipe! Have a wonderful evening ahead! With Love, Delisa :)

Sherri B. said...

Oh my, this looks so good and easy too!! Rhubarb is one of my very favorites but I don't make it often as my hubby doesn't care for it, he can look the other way with this one though..hehe.

Thanks for sharing, nice photos too. xo

Jazzmin said...

Another delectable looking recipe! I'm not sure I remember what rhubarb cobbler tastes like. I think I have had it before, but not since I was quite small.
I would love to try this recipe- I have everything except the rhubarb.

Thankyou for another lovely, refreshing looking summery recipe.

Hope you are having a blessed week, Stephanie!!
Hugs to you~ Jazzmin

Terri said...

Stephanie, you have my mouth watering! Oh my, that looks delicious! I can practically smell it! : )
I will try this for certain. I just walked by some lovely rhubarb at WF today, but did not want to make another pie. My hubby will love this!
Thank you so much for sharing.
Hugs,
Terri

donna said...

mmmm I can smell all the goodness all the way over here. Thank you so much for sharing.
Hugs
donna

wilma b said...

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Olga said...

It looks soooooo good!

Hope said...

Stephanie,

This looks so good! Growing up, we often had rhubarb sauce over pancakes. My children know nothing of this delicious delicacy.

I was trying to figure out if it was a fruit or vegetable, Wikipedia says it it a vegetable. One site claimed it was an herb. It seems most like a fruit to me. What do you think?

I think I shall find myself some taste-bud tickling rhubarb and make your cobbler recipe.

:) Hope

Bonnie said...

I've never eaten or cooked with rhubarb before. Your pics look so inviting. I do need to give it a try.

Splendid Little Stars said...

looks and sounds super delicious!
must get some rhubarb!

Nicole@nicole-southerncharm.com/ said...

This looks so amazing!I am new from southern charm! I would love for you to check out my blog and hopefully follow me back. Nicole

Debbie Harris said...

As always, looks so yummy! Your photos make it seem like I could reach out and touch it, taste it and smell it!

Need to get some rhubarb.

Blessings!

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Oh, anything with rhubarb makes me crave a bite! Pinning this! thanks for the recipe.

Angela Betlewicz said...

I haven't ever tried rhubarb! It looks delish! Newest follower from HickoryTrail

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Karen Frost said...

Oh, Yummy! Rhubarb is a big crop around here and now I have the perfect recipe! My Grandmother always grew rhubarb and she would let us eat it raw. But this is much better! Thank you for the recipe!
Hugs, xo

Jessica @ A Humble Creation said...

I have to admit I don't think I've ever eaten rhubarb, but after seeing this dish and recipe, I may just have to try it! Thank you for sharing your talent with all of us.

Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm said...

Oh that peach cobbler was amazing! We love rhubarb and will give this a go! I've tried to grow rhubarb here but it doesn't do so well in this heat. Grew tons of it in Montana though!

Kate M said...

Believe it or not, but I have grown rhubarb for the first time in my life this year, It is still a very small plant, but there are about 5 sticks there, will give it a chance to get bigger and maybe will get one cup full from it!! Will keep this recipe for next year! Thanks for sharing!
xx

Debby Ray said...

Looks heavenly, my dear! I grew up eating rhubarb stalks right out of the garden...dipped it right in the sugar bowl and chopped 'em down! It is truly a wonderful childhood memory...and Mom made pie and cobblers often...many times adding strawberries! his recipe looks so easy too....I think I will try it! Thanks for sharing!

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