Rock-n-Roll Cherry Cobbler

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Rock-n-Roll Cherry Cobbler

By Becky Prescott

Don’t get me wrong, I’m the type of girl that enjoys spending time in the kitchen, but I also enjoy NOT spending time in the kitchen and getting out for some nightlife! Give me a good drink, some loud music and I’m in my element. This, my only apron, is the cutest, cream-colored number with two matching pockets on the front with big red bows and covered in cherries. Very pin-up, very me. It not only matches my fiery red hair, but inspired me to make a cherry cobbler…my style…with an untraditional, rock-n-roll twist. I put on my favorite jeans along with a solid black rock t-shirt, slipped on my Chuck Taylor’s, cranked up the music, tied on my cherry apron and hit the kitchen!  My Rock-n-Roll Cherry Cobbler is a delicious classic dessert that would make your Mom proud, but with just enough added edge to satisfy the rebel within you!

Rock-n-Roll Cherry Cobbler
Serves 6

Ingredients
2 ½ cups fresh sweet cherries, pitted
1/8 cup bourbon
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1 ¼ cups whole wheat pastry flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/3 cup fine-grain natural cane sugar
¼ teaspoon salt
1 egg
½ cup buttermilk
3 tablespoons butter, melted and slightly cooled
Ben and Jerry’s Cherry Garcia Ice Cream (optional for a little extra rock and roll)


Preheat oven to 425º F with a baking rack in the top of the oven.  Butter a 9-10-inch round pie pan.

In a small bowl gently toss the cherries with the cornstarch, sugar, and bourbon.  Set aside.

To make the cobbler topping, combine the flour, baking powder, and sugar, and salt in a large bowl.  In another separate, smaller bowl, whisk together the egg and the buttermilk, whisk in the butter.  Fold the buttermilk mixture into the flour mixture until it’s barely combined.

Pour the cherry mixture into the prepared pan.  Drop teaspoons of cobbler topping all over the top of the cherry mixture.  Push the batter around and out to the edges with your fingers if you need to. 

Bake for 15-20 minutes or until the top is golden and cooked through.  Serve warm or room temperature with a small scoop of Cherry Garcia ice cream. 

You'll know Becky Prescott on any production set because of her fiery red hair and disposition. She has worked on the production side of numerous commercials and television programs, such as Paula’s Home Cooking and Paula’s Best Dishes, as well as set designing and photo styling for national editorial and advertising print media. Becky, along with her husband, Jamie, began Pink Squirrel Productions, through which they have produced short films, corporate videos, and web videos for sites such as pauladeen.com.

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Reader Comments:

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My question is the same one, as written by AJ on June 07, 2011. Please clarify.

By dawn marie on July 15, 2012

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The instructions say to mix the sugar with the cherry filling and then they say to mix the sugar with the cobbler topping. So which one is it?

By AJ on June 07, 2011

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Does Bobby have a cookbook with the lighter versions?

By Teresa Yarbor on February 18, 2011

That fiery redhead can really cook up a storm.  I’ve had the privilege of dining on her scrumptious cuisine!!

By Aunt Pat on January 25, 2010

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