Aug 30, 2016

{Fresh Pear Cobbler) Drop Cake Style

How about a little Pear cobbler today? We picked some pears off my pear tree and I decided to make a pear cobbler...drop cake style!


I thought that I would share the recipe with you today. And instead of going step by step I just attached the recipe for you. Pin away...or you can right click on the recipe and save for printing or viewing later.



Cake drop style is a little different than what I am used to making but I like to try new things sometimes. I would love to know...are you more of "stick to what you know" person? Or, are you like me and willing to try new things with recipes? I watch too much CHOPPED and I am always willing to try something new. But then I am like that when we go out to eat too. My man almost always gets the same old same old but then when he sees that I've ordered something different then he wants some of mine! LOL!


While that pear cobbler was baking I decided to have me a good old grilled ham and cheese sandwich with some tomato soup. I love soup and sandwiches or soup and salad all year round.


Smelling mighty good.


My whole kitchen smelled like pears and cinnamon.

I was hoping this would put me in the mood to start decorating a little for Fall....NOPE it didn't! The temps are still just a tad too warm for me to even think about Fall....


Slap a little vanilla ice cream on there and there you go!



I hope that you are having a great day...after all...This is the day that the Lord has made so let us be glad and rejoice in it.              Psalm 118:24

Hugs and blessings, Cindy 

Joining Jemma this week for Thoughts of Home http://www.athomewithjemma.com/


48 comments:

  1. Well I must say that those pears look good and I bet the cobbler was too. And I guess I am more of a creature of habit Cindy as I tend to stick to what I know when cooking and baking (which is very little). And I really do like vanilla ice cream because you can't mess up Blue Bell. LOL!
    Connie Royals

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    1. I am with ya Connie on the Blue Bell Ice cream! LOL!

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  2. Pears remind me of my Daddy....he loved them. And, Mamaw used to make some awesome pear preserves! Sweet memories! That cobbler looks so good...and the sandwich, too! ;-) I'm hungry, can you tell, and it's bedtime!

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    1. Wish I could send you some of that cobbler Deb cause I would. I don't like cobbler at all but Marty said it was really good. Now I do like the vanilla ice cream! Ha!

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  3. Your pear cobbler looks so tasty, Cindy, and I'm here trying to catch a whiff through my screen!! LOL!! Sometimes I stick to a recipe, but lots of times, I do my own thing, like you. Thanks for your inspirational verses that you've shared with us. Have a beautiful day, my friend.

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    1. Thanks Kitty. Hope you are having a great day.

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  4. Cindy, I'm a pretty much stuck in a rut person and do things the same way most of the time. The pear cobbler looks wonderful. I'm not a fan of pears but I think I would enjoy that. I too love tomato soup and grilled sandwiches. I've made grilled tuna salad and cheese sandwiches too which are very good. Have a great day.

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    1. Melanie, I am not a fan of cooked fruit at all. And oh yes, I do love me grilled tuna sandwich too! But my man sure likes a cobbler of any kind so I make it for him. I will stick to the uncooked pears! LOL!

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  5. This looks amazing, Cindy! I never use pears but I absolutely should. They are so light and delicious. :)

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  6. Mmmm.... this looks divine! I have never had a pear cobbler {only a pear pie}. I am quite intrigued by the recipe and hope to try it soon. Thanks for sharing, dear Cindy. Hugs to you!

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    1. Thanks Stephanie for stopping by. If you like pear pie then you will like cobbler for sure.

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  7. I like to experiment in my kitchen with new recipes too. To a fault though because my Tom gets use to the ones he likes and unfortunately I replace them with my new creative recipes. Then I can't find those he liked so well. I can imagine how delightful your kitchen smells with this pear recipe! Thank you, Cindy, for stopping by and sharing your heartfelt thoughts. It helps me not feel so alone in this! Love ya.

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    1. Thanks Mary for stopping by. Yes girl...I know all too well how you felt and you are not alone!

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  8. Oh the cobbler looks mighty good. I like trying new things too, Cindy, especially if it's more simple...Christine

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  9. Cindy, this look delicious! I love to try new recipes and new foods! Wishing you a wonderful evening! Pam @ Everyday Living

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  10. hmmm...i've never had a pear cake...nor one like this drop cake...it looks delish and ice cream on it would be sooo good, I just know.
    I try new recipes all the time...it has taken me awhile to learn that people eat differently in different parts of our country...some recipes I've had to ditch...just not our thing. But I've also come across some delicious foods. The one today on my blog is simple and so good...

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    1. BJ I saw the dual you and Vee had going! Cracked me up! Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. That cobbler looks so good! I want some right about now with vanilla ice cream please!

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    1. Wish I could send you some sweet Heather cause I would!

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  12. Cindy, this sounds delicious! Pears are in season here in MO, too. I like to add dried cranberries in my crumble. I have to say I'm more of a 'stick with what you know' gal, unless I don't have exactly the right ingredients. That's about the only time I improvise. Have a great weekend!!

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    1. LOL, you sound like my man. He says there is no sense in messing up what you already know! Thanks for stopping by. Can't wait to see what's going on NEW at your NEW home!

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  13. This post brought such precious memories of my Momma! She faithfully purchased a bushel of pears and peaches every Fall.
    She would can most of them for those cold Winter months in Idaho and then she would save a few for us to munch on or make a dessert out of.
    I love pears, and this recipe is wonderful and I just know smells so good and warms the heart too!
    Thank you for sharing this sweet fresh pear cobbler-my man will like it too.
    Blessing to you for a happy and safe Labor Day weekend!
    xo
    Jemma

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  14. Ooh, when I think of peaches I can't help but think of those good old Georgia peaches. Yes, if your man likes cobbler he will love this.

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  15. This looks delicious and so perfect for this time of year. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  16. I'm with you Cindy! I love grilled cheese (with or without ham) and tomato soup! The pear coobler drop cake looks delicious. I can almost smell it from here!
    Blessings from Lynda at Still Woods Farmhouse

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    1. Lynda, I too just as soon have a grilled cheese with or without the meat!

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  17. I am watching Chopped right now and I could never just wing it with recipes! I stick with what I know AND I order the same thing at the restaurants we go to frequently. Every time I try something new it is a bomb! Your Peach Cobbler looks so good. Pinning the recipe. We had grilled cheese and tomato soup for dinner!!

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    1. Thanks AnnMarie for stopping by to visit with me. YUM on the grilled cheese and soup!

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  18. Cobbler looks yummy! I love to watch chopped, some of the ingredients I've never heard of..lol Hope you're high and dry and don't have any storm damage.

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    1. We weathered the storm Miss Mary. We didn't get but about 3 inches of rain. Lots of wind and power outage for a few hours. But all is well my way. Praise the Lord.

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  19. Cindy, I have never tried this pear cobbler, but it looks absolutely scrumptious!

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    1. You'll have to try it Linda. Marty loved it!

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  20. Cindy just by reading the ingredienets it is enough to make me hungry and get me to smelling the yummy cinnamon. Pinning to keep this one. I 've never tried it as a drop cake.

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    1. You will need to try it Mary. The smell alone is good! LOL!

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  21. Pear Cobbler...aaaah...your pictures are almost good enough to eat!
    I need some pears and fast cause I have to make this!

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    1. Wish I could box you up some pears and send them to you Christine! Happy Labor day.

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  22. Yummy, Cindy. I just put out fall wreathe on the front door...it has been cooler here...I guess with that storm system moving up the east coast, us here in Western NY is suppose to turn hot again mid week-next week.

    Cindy, I sent you an email invite---I changed my blog to private...

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    1. I will check for email from you. It is a tad cooler here today!

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  23. This looks so good! Thanks so much for stopping by!! Glad that you are enjoying my posts about early retirement! Hope you are having a good weekend!
    Hugs,
    De

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    1. Deb, I've really enjoyed your posts a lot! Makes lots of sense now to me!

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  24. This looks so good! I would love some today, it is very cold here--time for cozy foods!

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    1. Thanks Becky for stopping by. Wish I could send you some of this homemade soup I have too! It would keep you warm my friend.

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  25. Yummy! This looks so delightful ♥

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Hugs and blessings, Cindy