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This Old-Fashioned Dessert Stays Number 1 At Our House
A few years ago I got so frustrated with my “non-stick” skillets, that had turned into “stick-for-good” skillets that I decided to throw them all away. I got myself a good, old-fashioned cast iron skillet, two actually, so I could use them for any and all kind of cooking. I remember how my grandma used to make the most delicious meals using her cast iron skillet – back then I thought it was a clumsy, heavy little thing. But now that I’ve gathered more experience in cooking myself, it is the best tool ever!
Which is why I was searching for dessert recipes that could be made in my precious cast iron skillet! This blackberry cobbler will take your breath away and wow all your dinner guests, and it is so simple to make you won’t even believe it. Try this once and there’s no going back!
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Quick Tip: Take good care of your cast iron skillet by seasoning it well!