Servings: ten to twelve.
Rolling the dough with a cinnamon-sugar filling gives the topping to this cobbler gives it a gorgeous appearance. The flavors are most intense with Italian prune plums, but you can also use Santa Rosa plums or a combination.
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I cut the sugar in the filling by 1/2. I don't think I would use molasses the next time, perhaps light corn syrup. It was quite delicious and looked lovely. I would definitely make it again.
The filling was easy to prepare and had the required tart elements but I found it too sweet. If I try the recipe again, I will probably cut down on the sugar or add some lemon juice. The biscuits were easy to prepare but stickier than I expected as I was rolling them out.
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