This straightforward strawberry dessert recipe is going to be right up your alley if you enjoy making dump cake recipes. It’s just that good, so have your sweet tooth ready.
Why You’ll Love This Cream Cheese and Strawberry Cobbler
Amazing flavor – The buttery flavor and juicy strawberries elevate the flavor of this cake-like cobbler.
Easy to make – Although it isn’t a dump cake “technically,” it is comparable to one. It’s as simple as putting everything in and waiting patiently for it to bake in the oven. A really attractive dish will result from baking and rising the buttery batter around the strawberries and cream cheese.
It doesn’t really matter how you want to eat it—warm or cold—you can enjoy it. Simply eat it.
Recipe for Strawberry Cream Cheese Cobbler
It’s a little difficult to resist strawberries, luscious cream cheese bits, and a crunchy buttery cake-like topping.
The hardest part of eating this Strawberry Cobbler will be restraining yourself from doing so. Indeed, it is that excellent.
Serve this rich strawberry dessert at summer barbecues, holiday get-togethers with the family, potluck events, or just as a special treat for your family whenever you’re in the need for something sweet.
What’s the distinction between a pie, a crisp, and a cobbler?
The crust makes the largest difference. A cobbler lacks a bottom crust, whereas a fruit pie does. The cobbler’s top is also distinct; rather of having a doughy consistency, it has more of a cake-like feel. And a crisp, which is frequently comprised of oats or brown sugar, will have more of a crumble.
In all honesty though, they all taste fantastic, especially when paired with a huge scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream!
Ingredients for KETO STRAWBERRY CREAM CHEESE COBBLER and a Note
(Composition in a glance. The full recipe is included at the bottom of the article.)
Salted butter | Add just a dash of salt if you’re using unsalted butter.
Egg | The egg is a binding agent and aids in supplying moisture.
All-purpose flour | Sugar | Granulated sugar is what I use, but you could also use brown sugar.
Milk | For optimal results, use ordinary cow’s milk. Your body fat % is up to you.
Baking powder | A teeny quantity of baking powder helps the cake or cobbler’s texture appear lighter.
Cut the strawberries in half after cleaning and stemming them.
Spreadable 8 oz. tubs of cream cheese are my preferred choice. Block cream cheese can also be used; just be sure to chop it finely and have it at room temperature. I don’t advise fat-free, only full or low-fat works.
Pecans chopped and turbinado sugar These can be used as the cake topping but offer a nice crunch.
KETO STRAWBERRY CREAM CHEESE COBBLER
- Melted salted butter, 8 teaspoons
- One big egg
- all-purpose flour, 1 cup
- 1 cup of granulated sugar
- a cup of milk
- Baking powder, two teaspoons
- 1 16-ounce bag of cut fresh strawberries
- Chopped pecans and turbinado sugar are optional additions to the 4 oz cream cheese (for extra crunchy topping)
- The oven to 350 degrees.
- Put butter in a 9 by 13 baking dish once it has melted.
- Combine the flour, sugar, and baking powder in a sizable bowl.
- Stir an egg. To the flour mixture, add milk and an egg. Together nicely.
- Do not mix when you pour the batter over the butter in the baking dish!
- Over the batter, arrange the strawberries in a single layer. Place cut side down for the prettiest effect.
- Layer cream cheese, which has been cut into little pieces, over the strawberry layer.
- An optional step is to top the cobbler with roughly 1/8 cup of turbinado sugar. I adore how this kind of sugar adds added crunch and sweetness to baked items.
- Bake for 40 to 45 minutes, or until the cobbler is beautifully golden brown and has risen up around the strawberries.
- Optional step: If you like to add a crunch of pecans to your cobblers as much as I do, you can sprinkle chopped pecans on top of the dessert halfway through baking.