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I found these adorable ramekins at the grocery store a few weeks ago. I am a sucker for this color blue and pretty things in general. For only $1 each, I could not pass them up. I knew that I would find something to use them for. So far I have served grapes in them, hummus, dips of all kinds– the best part of course is that no one is concerned about double dipping since they all have their own individual ramekin.
I have yet to find the cure for the unparalleled horror of having a sibling breathing near your food, but should I discover the answer to that I will be sure to let you know. I am here for you, people.
So Fourth of July came and I had them setting out on the counter and I decided that I would make a red, white and blue treat with them.
The best part? The recipe is so easy that even your youngest children can make this with minimal help.
To make 10* individual cobblers you will need:
2 21oz canned cherries
1 tube of biscuits
1T melted butter
*Why 10? The biscuits come 10 to a tube and the 21oz can makes 5. So, uh, do the math! Or better yet, make your child do the math and then pat yourself on the back for helping them keep their mind sharp during their summer vacation. Their teacher will be proud of your efforts!
Divide the cherries up evenly between your ten ramekins.
Whack your tube of biscuits open against your counter until you hear that satisfying pop. Then take the biscuits out, flatten them slightly, and stick one in each ramekin on top of the cherries.
Brush the top with the melted butter. Sprinkle with the cinnamon/sugar mixture.
Bake in the 375 degree oven for about 15 minutes.
These taste delicious hot, cold, or any state of cooling from hot to cold. I have already made another batch today since it was easier than listening to the complaints that 10 is not evenly divisible by 7. (See, more summer math work! FTW!)
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