- 1 cup flour
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
- 1/2 cup milk
- 3 tablespoons vegetable oil
- 1 cup brown sugar (packed)
- 1 3/4 cups hot water
PER SERVING *
|Calories470Calories from Fat110|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat110|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Jodi S. 6 Oct
super easy to make!!! everyone enjoyed it
DeBe 29 Sep
So so soooooooo DELICIOUS 💗everyone enjoys it. You can add pecans I bet that would taste good. It has a very delicate rich flavor, sweet not too sweet. But if you have a family of more than three you may want to double the recipe, I should have. 😂💗 Add if you would like add about a cup of chopped pecans to the batter. Serve with ice cream top with Carmel sauce and toasted pecans. Now you have turtle cobbler. Y'all may now thank me.
Stephen J. 3 Sep
I have made this plenty of times and it turns out delicious every. single. time.
Pallavi K. 30 Jul
This is the 2nd time i’m making this recipe. Last time it came out very well. But this time, it still had lot of liquid when i cut through.. not sure what went wrong :(
Linda H. 30 May
This is quick & easy when you need a chocolate fix. I did add pecans. It has a funny after taste that I can't identify.
Sharon R. 20 May
Easy enough but it lacked flavor. Did it need vanilla?
Margaret P. 1 Apr
Liked this cobbler who wouldn’t, its chocolate! I recommend adding more milk to the batter
Renita 7 Feb
It turned out great. I happened to have some vanilla ice cream in the freezer so that was the cherry on top. I did adjust the recipe because I read that others thought it was a little watery at the bottom. Instead of a cup and 3/4 of hot water I just put a cup and it turned out wonderfully:) It quenched my chocolate thirst and will be shared with my sister soonest! :) thanks!
Maeve Robertson 16 Nov 2017
This is a killer dessert. Took it to my charity knitting group and everyone loved it. Left the rest for the owners and weaving students at the back of the yarn shop. Exquisite! Too rich for more than 1 small square. Doubled the recipe.
Dana Fischer 8 Sep 2017
awful. too cakey for me. it looks like brownies but it's not. didnt like anything about it
Stephanie Dzubinski 26 Aug 2017
It made my uterus purr. Came together quickly. Would make again.
Kimball H. 20 Aug 2017
It's more liquid than cobbler
Danette N. 14 May 2017
It was okay but needs something. Maybe chocolate chips and vanilla. Definitely very sweet.
Rebecca Mey 10 Dec 2016
It was chocolate bread pudding/cake with puddingy fudge. It turned out so good and was very easy. It made enough for lots of leftovers.
Karen S. 29 Oct 2016
Sooooo good! The 2nd time I made this, I doubled it!❣It's so easy to make, I made my own whipped cream to serve on it😍
Julie L. 29 Apr 2016
I've had a version of this before, but this one nails it! We all loved it! I will be making this often as a quick dessert as the ingredients are simple and I usually have them on hand.
Candace H. 15 Apr 2016
I grew up with this as a family favorite. We called it Devil's Float! We all loved it served with ice cream or with heavy cream poured over it!
Wanda L. 10 Mar 2016
I love chocolate! A weakness. I am also a peach cobbler fan so this was idea to try. It was so easy and my husband and brother in law thought it was amazing! I like to play around with recipes sometimes and also added 3 Tablespoons of raspberry preserves I had in the fridge. It worked... Just a slight hint of raspberry flavor in it. It does thicken up more like syrup after it has cooled for a little while as well. Leftover heated in the microwave ...yum. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us!
Gina Smith 2 Mar 2016
delicious and super easy! it was almost like a molten chocolate cake, and tasted like hot chocolate.