Sunday, October 17, 2021

Cape Cod Cranberry Cobbler | Cranberry Crisp Recipe | Church Supper

When I think of Cranberries, Cape Cod Cranberry Bogs come to mind.  Here's a recipe for a delicious Fall Cranberry Crisp that came from a Cape Cod Church Supper we went to many years ago.




If I remember, Ocean Spray had a visitors' center up there someplace that we once toured.

When the kids were little when we'd visit Cape Cod, Massachusetts, we didn't have much money, and to extend our stay, would look for the old-fashion Church Suppers.  We'd also do the Fish Fry at the Elks club, or treat ourselves to a Lobster Fest held at a church in Wellfleet.

This Cranberry Cobbler recipe is from a Church Supper on Rt. 6 in Eastham.  We had a yummy bowl of New England Clam Chowder, rolls, beverage, and then dessert - all for about $6.00 which went to help support the church.  It was held once a week on Wednesdays I think.  The parking lot was always full.

 The kind ladies running the church supper also had the recipe already printed out because they had so many requests for it.




This Cranberry Crisp will be the perfect ending to your Thanksgiving dinner, or potluck Friendsgiving dinner! Serve with Vanilla Ice Cream or a Whipped Topping.

Cape Cod Cranberry Cobbler


Ingredients:
 
                  1     c. uncooked rolled oats
                1/2     c. flour
                  1     c. brown sugar
                1/2     c. butter
                  1 can (16 oz.) whole Ocean Spray Cranberry
               Sauce
                        Whipped cream/whipped topping

  Preparation:

               Mix together:  1 cup uncooked rolled oats, 1/2 cup
               flour, 1 cup brown sugar.  work in 1/2 cup of butter or
               margarine until crumbly.
             
               Press 1/2 of mixture into 8 x 8 greased baking dish.
                Cover with one can (16 oz.) of Ocean Spray Whole
               Cranberry Sauce.  Sprinkle rest of mixture on top. 
               Bake 45 minutes in 350° oven.  Serves 6-8

This is so easy to make! Enjoy!


Easy clean-up with Handmade Dish Cloths from Moomettes Crochet shop




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