Rich and luscious, Pecan Cobbler is super simple to make. It is amazingly delicious, too! Pecan Pie Cobbler tastes like the best pecan pie you’ve ever had but BETTER!!
Yep, this is the original recipe that started the Pecan Cobbler rage. I understand, it’s a phenomenal recipe! This recipe has gooey sweet pecan pie filling with a buttery pastry biscuit top crust.
This Pecan Cobbler is a must-have on your dessert list! It’s packed with crunchy pecans and oozing with gooey caramel. The rich caramel sauce is created from
This dessert by far is one of the best desserts I’ve ever made. If it’s not the best, it’s in the top five for sure!
Pecan Pie Cobbler has a fluffy with a crisp top, crunchy from the pecans, and is self-saucing. Self-saucing simply means the ingredients create a sauce as it cooks. This is a result of layering the ingredients as I indicate in the recipe box below.
More about this Pecan Pie Cobbler recipe
Unlike most cobblers, this Pecan Cobbler is absent of any fruit. It’s rich and totally irresistible. Enjoy it plain or with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream.
- I do not recommend using margarine in place of the
butter, the caramel turn out the same using margarine. Stick with the real thing in this recipe.
- I make this pecan cobbler with self-rising flour, I haven’t test it with
- Yes, this recipe has a lot of sugar. The sugar and
buttermake the caramel sauce and it’s amazing!
Self-rising flour is
Tips and Recommendations
- I use whole milk.
- I cannot stress enough the importance of using real
butter. Do not use margarine.
- As well, I do not recommend reducing either the brown sugar or the hot water in this recipe.
- Additionally, I don’t recommend reducing the amount of
butter. These three components are what make the sauce and it’s detrimental this ingredients as well as the amounts are correct.
Three days in the fridge. Store your cobbler in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 72 hours.
To reheat, you can reheat it either in the oven or the microwave. To reheat it in the oven, turn your oven to 350 degrees F and heat until the cobbler is heated through. Furthermore, for the microwave, cover it with a damp paper towel and reheat it in 30-second increments until heated through.
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**Please note, I updated this recipe on 9/29/14. I tested the recipe using self-rising flour versus a cake mix and found the flour to be much better. The recipe reflects these changes.
This Pecan Pie Cobbler is one of my favorite desserts – to make and to eat! You are just not going to believe how easy it is!
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- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Add butter to a 9×13-inch cake pan or casserole dish and melt in the oven.
- Once the butter is melted, sprinkle the pecans over the butter.
- In a bowl, mix flour, sugar, milk and vanilla. Stir to combine, but don’t over-mix.
- Pour batter over butter and pecans, do not mix.
- Sprinkle brown sugar evenly over batter, do not stir.
- Carefully pour the hot water over the mixture; do not stir.
- Bake 30 to 35 minutes or until golden brown.