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{Playing Hooky: Raspberry Cobbler}

By Whimofthesouth
{Playing Hooky: Raspberry Cobbler}

When I was in high school, playing hooky was a right of passage. If you could fake a stomach ache well enough, you got to sit home and watch bad sitcoms all day. Now in the college world it's your decision to stay home and miss a class or two. For peace of mind, I needed a hooky day to get some cleaning done, relax, and try my hand at baking a thing or two. Because spring and summer are constantly on my mind right now, I need more than anything to convince myself that the seasons aren't too far off. My raspberry cobbler might not make it warm outside, but it sure does taste like the warm weather never left. You need: 1 Stick of Unsalted Butter1 1/4 cup of sugar (1 cup & 1/4 cup separate)1 cup of self-rising flour1 cup milk (I used rice milk)1 package of frozen raspberries -1 mixing bowl-measuring Cups-whisk-baking pan{Playing Hooky: Raspberry Cobbler}Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. (Takes 1 hour to cook or until golden brown)1. Melt the stick of butter (I used the microwave for a little over 2 minutes)2. Pour 1 cup of sugar into the mixing bowl3. Pour 1 cup of self-rising flour into the mixing bowl4. Pour 1 cup of milk into the mixing bowl and whisk together thoroughly5. Pour the butter into the bowl and whisk it together thoroughly6. Butter or grease the baking pan (I used a glass one)7. Pour the batter into the pan8. Sprinkle in the raspberries to equally cover the top of the batter9. Evenly cover the tops of the raspberries with the 1/4 cup of sugar10. Bake for 1 hour. 

{Playing Hooky: Raspberry Cobbler}Enjoy!xoBCC

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