"Great dessert, and you can substitute blueberries, blackberries or cranberries. I use egg substitute." — ALETE
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I was actually looking for more of a cake or buckle, so when i read the reviews describing this as such i gave it a try. My family adores this recipe. It tastes like a cobbler but is a cake, it's great. I find, though, that i had to cook it almost 55 minutes... so I would advise checking it every 5 minutes after the recommended 40.
This was by far the worst dessert that I've ever made! I cannotr believe that it has managed to get 4 stars! It was raw in the middle and that was after letting it cook for an additional 20 minutes than the recipe called for. Also, if you are looking for a "cobbler" this is NOT it! This is pretty much just a glorified muffin. Bottom line... I was totally embarrassed and dissapointed when I served this dessert on Christmas Eve. I couldn't even eat it and told my guests that it wouldn't hurt my feelings if they didn't like it.
If you are looking for a nice cobbler recipe... keep lookin'
This is more like a 'buckle' than a cobbler, but so yummy. I followed the recipe as written, (had to add more milk & bake longer, about an hour.) I used blackberries, cause I'd been out picking them. I topped it w/crumb topping as in the 'Blueberry Buckle', recipe found in this site, & drizzled with glaze after it cooled. Made one for my friend & her family also & they all loved it. Thanks!!
This is DEFINATELY NOT a cobbler, but a pretty good coffee cake. It needed a glaze. I made a glaze for it. 1/2 cup powdered sugar, 1/2 teaspoon almond extract, 2 teaspoons water. It was very good on the cake. My family ate it up. I also made it with frozen raspberries. I didn't have any problems with the raspberries being frozen. Will definately make again.
awsome!! i used two cups of frozen mixed berries, i mixed one cup with the dough and spread the rest on top, that made it more like a cobbler then like a muffin or cake as others had stated... i will for sure be making this again!! super easy.
Great, quick recipe! The cobbler was cake-like, so it could easily be served as a coffeecake for breakfast. I used 1 cup raspberries and 1 cup blueberries -- turned out very pretty! Thanks for the recipe!
Have used this recipe several times, with different berries including strawberrys. I recommend sampling your berrys and adjust your suger accordingly
This is definitely more of a cake/muffin than a cobbler, but it was very good. I added blackberries, and sprinkled the top with cinnamon and sugar. Make sure it bakes long enough, I kept mine in about 10 minutes longer than the recipe called for and it was baked all the way through. Really good served warm with ice cream!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 52
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