Monday, August 29, 2016

Quick Shake Fruit Cobbler

At a recent baby shower, my niece's mom-in-law brought a family favorite. The recipe she shared most likely comes from a Tupperware party, for reasons you can see. It literally is a quick shake in a gravy making container, using the lid for a measuring cup. Her recipe called for sliced apples sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and she served it with a caramel sauce. Today I'm shaing it with sliced stone fruit, served plain with ice cream.


  • 1 egg
  • 1 quick shake seal of sugar (3/4 cup)
  • 1 quick shake seal of flour
  • 1 quick shake seal of milk
  • 1 quick shake flip lid seal of oil (1 tsp)
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  1. Grease a pie plate and line with about 2 - 3 cups of sliced peaches, apricots and or nectarines. (canned peaches, drained, are good too)
  2. In quick shake place egg, sugar, flour, milk and oil. Shake until well mixed. 
  3. Open and add 2 tsp baking powder. Shake mixture about ten times and then pour over fruit. (It is important to just add the baking powder at the end like this. The first time I made this I added it with the flour in the beginning and the seal exploded with the shaking.) 
  4. Bake at 350 F for 30 - 40 minutes until nicely browned and crisp on top.
  5. Serve warm, with ice cream. I flip it upside down to serve. Makes 4 generous servings.
P. S.  The flip lid is the actual cup shaped lid while the seal is the tiny tunnel where the small, attached lid flips opens.
I have the old style (2 cup meas) shaker with the large top lid to measure with. If you have a new one with a flatter kind of lid, use a regular measuring cup.


  1. This looks so delicious ♥ Nice recipe! Hugs♥

  2. What a great recipe!!! Thanks for giving the actual measurements (I don't have one of those quick shake thingys). Love recipes like this.

  3. Replies
    1. Maria, 1 quick shake lid is 3/4 cup as listed with the sugar.
      (3/4 cup of sugar, 3/4 cup of flour and 3/4 cup of milk - nice and easy to memorize)

    2. Thank you Anneliese...never heard of quick shake before. :)

  4. This reminds me of the cuppa, cuppa, cuppa...another delicious cobbler recipe.