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Old Fashioned Chocolate Cobbler

By: Nealey Dozier from thekitchn.com
Old Fashioned Chocolate Cobbler
Old Fashioned Chocolate Cobbler
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Take a walk down recipe lane with this Old Fashioned Chocolate Cobbler. This chocolate cobbler recipe replicates how cobblers used to be made—that is, without fruit. Before everyone put blueberries or peaches in their cobblers, they layered brown sugar and cocoa over a chocolate batter and then poured hot water over the top. This chocolate dessert recipe follows these exact steps in recreating this classic treat. The hot water is especially important because it produces a biscuit-like top that floats on a sea of gooey chocolate. If you're intimidated by the amount of chocolate in this recipe, scoop vanilla ice cream on it. This cobbler beats brownie sundaes any day.

Serves8

Cooking MethodOven

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I have never heard of chocolate cobbler. It sounds so decadent and sweet. I cannot wait to try it out and see how good it is. Do you like to use light or dark brown sugar in this dish? I think either would work, but I always make sure because some recipes are very sensitive to different flavors.

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