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Thread: Clobber topping

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    Senior Member Phyllis nm's Avatar
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    Clobber topping

    Clobber topping
    I take about 2 cups of Bisquick in a mixer bowl
    DO NOT MAKE A DOUGH!!!

    ADD WHILE MIXING:
    2 tbs oil
    About 1/2 cup sugar
    About 2 tbs milk
    DO NOT MAKE A DOUGH!!!
    Your liquid will make tiny balls--- this is what you want
    Just sprinkle these tiny balls over your filling and bake

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    but I made dough... just kidding.
    I've several good cobbler topping recipes, delicious fresh
    but the next day they all seem to go soggy. does this one?

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    Cut 1 stick real butter into a packet (envelope) of Betty Crocker Oatmeal cookie mix until coarse crumbs. Can add 1 or more teaspoons cinnamon. Use as topping for cobbler.

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    I never have much left. I reheat in a toaster oven.

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    I find that recipes that have some butter in them give a good result. However, I've never had a crisp that stayed crisp for long. I think it is the nature of the beast. Sometimes it gets eaten the day it's made.
    Penny

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