Beth’s Strawberry Cobbler Recipe with Heart Shaped Biscuits | ENTERTAINING WITH BETH

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Learn how to make my homemade Strawberry Cobbler Recipe with heart shaped biscuits! The perfect Valentine’s Day dessert idea for those who don’t like chocolate. Enjoy!
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BETH’S STRAWBERRY COBBLER RECIPE
Serves 6-8

INGREDIENTS:
8 cups (1200 g) strawberries, hulled and sliced in half
¼ cup (50 g) sugar
pinch of salt
1 vanilla bean
1 tbsp (15 g) butter, diced into small cubes

For Heart Biscuits:
1 ¼ cups (150 g) all purpose flour
1 tbsp (12 g) sugar
½ tsp (2.5 ml) salt
½ tsp (2.5 ml) lemon zest
2 tsp (10 ml) baking powder
8 tbsp (120g) cold butter, diced into cubes
1/3 cup (80 ml) heavy cream + more for brushing tops
1 egg
Raw Sugar

To Serve:
1 quart high-quality Strawberry Ice Cream (like Hagen-Daaz)

METHOD:
Preheat oven to 350F (176F)

In a large bowl combine strawberries, sugar, salt and vanilla bean paste. Toss to combine and transfer to a large 10 or 12-inch (25 or 30cm) skillet, patting down strawberries so they create a flat level surface. Tuck in 1 tbsp (15 g) of butter that has been cut into small cubes and distribute under the berries. and set aside.

Then in a food processor pulse together flour, sugar, salt, lemon zest, and baking powder. Add butter pulsing all the while until a coarse meal develops. Transfer mixture to a large bowl.

Then in a Pyrex pitcher combine heavy cream and egg, whisk to combine.

Then create a well in the center of your flour mixture and pour the egg/cream mixture into it, and then stir with a wooden spoon until a dough develops.

Then with floured hands, grab dough and transfer to a floured surface. Roll out to ½ (13 mm) inch thick and cut into 8 heart shapes with a heart shaped cookie cutter.

Place hearts facing out, creating a decorative circle and leave room in the center for the 8th heart.

Brush hearts with heavy cream and top with a sprinkle of raw sugar.

Bake for 35-40 mins until strawberries are bubbling and biscuits are golden brown.

Allow to cool slightly for 10 minutes to allow sauce to thicken a bit.

Then scoop out 2-3 small scoops of strawberry ice cream, place in a shallow bowl, spoon strawberry sauce over the ice cream and then top with a biscuit.

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29 COMMENTS

  1. i really appreciate the fact that inspite of having a full time job and two kids which means a really hectic schedule u still take time to do something that other people will benefit from without thinking about ur self last night i made ur chicken lettuce cups and it was delicious keep amazing us beth

  2. Hey guys you don't need a Valentine to celebrate Valentine's Day! (I had many years like that let me tell you! Ha!) Instead grab a bunch of family, friends or neighbors and celebrate together with this one! 🙂 It's a great way to spread the love! xxx

  3. Could you substitute the strawberries for rhubarb? I'm not a huge fan of cooked strawberries. Thank you for providing such wonderfully produced videos and clear and precise recipes. Xx

  4. What a cool dessert idea, and so simple too! There are people who don't like chocolate funnily enough, and some people are sadly even allergic to it. This is a great alternative. Thanks so much for sharing, Beth.

  5. Beth, I have a question. I consider a cobbler to have a biscuit like topping such as this but what would be the term used for the dessert that has the batter type topping? The kind where you melt butter in a dish and pour the batter over and then carefully laying on the fruit. I know some call it a cobbler but to me it's not. Lol. Is there a term for it?

  6. Oh my gosh……what a delicious looking dessert, and I LOVE the heart shaped biscuits….thank you so much for sharing Beth, wishing you and yours a very Happy Valentine's Day XO

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