Re: Cold Weather Challenge Entry on Evernote Food
- Thanks! Don't know why I can't get the other link to work. I'll try when I get to work, maybe something on the home computer preventing me from opening the other link. Ronda
--- In email@example.com, "Bob Zukowski" wrote:
> Here it is. Its in my File Folder too. I honestly prefer using fresh
> fruit but I was in a hurry. I was pleasantly surprised by the final
> results and reviews at my Football Club:
> Tropical Pineapple-Strawberry Cobbler
> 1 package Duncan Hines Pineapple Cake Mix
> 1 small package regular Jello Coconut Pudding Mix
> 1 (21-oz) can Strawberry Pie Filling
> 1 (15-oz.) can Pineapple Chunks
> 3 TBSP brown sugar
> 3/4 cup graham cracker crumbs (topping)
> 3/4 cup coconut flakes (topping)
> 1 stick butter (topping)
> In a bowl combine dry cake mix and dry pudding mix. Mix well and break
> up any cake chunks. Set aside.
> In a bowl combine graham cracker crumbs and coconut flakes. Mix well and
> set aside.
> Grease 12" Dutch Oven well.
> Pour pie filling into bottom of oven. Spread the fruit and syrup around
> Pour the pineapple liquid over the pie filling, and then drop pineapple
> chunks around evenly.
> Sprinkle brown sugar on top of fruit.
> Sprinkle dry cake and pudding mix evenly on top of fruit.
> Sprinkle graham cracker and coconut flakes evenly on top of cake /
> pudding mix.
> Randomly put thin slices of butter (1 whole stick) on top of crackers
> and coconut.
> Bake at 350 F until done and topping is golden brown.
> Original Recipe (Cherry-Pineapple Cobbler) by Duncan Hines. Revised by
> Bob Zukowski
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "rlb_51" wrote:
> > Don't know anything about that but I want that cobbler recipe! Ronda
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