Recipe by chellebelle
"In this down-to-earth, easy to put together cobbler, chocolate and cherries are an irresistible combination. This dessert is great served warm topped with vanilla ice cream."
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1 1/2 cups
1 (21 ounce) can
cherry pie filling
The last reviewer is correct. I am the submitter of this recipe and the can of cherry pie filling should be 21 oz, not 12.
I followed the recipe and mine turned out very 'cakey' and not enough cherries. Next time I would use 2 cans of cherries.
This was good & easy. I followed the recipe exactly except for the cherry pie filling. I think the recipe is supposed to say 21 oz instead of 12 oz. I couldn't find a 12 oz can in the store & when I spread the 21 oz can over the bottom, it just barely covered. It took me over than 15 mins to prepare but maybe I was being slow. It cooked for exactly 40 mins. We serve it warm with vanilla ice cream. Thanks.
Super yummy! Not the best ever, but really REALLY good! Used light cherry pie filling and lower fat butter (Brummel & Brown's) to cut down on sugar, fat and calories.
Great combination! I made it with frozen sweet cherries cooked with a little corn starch and almond extract for flovoring. Will make again often.
Very good! We preferred this served warm. I think vanilla ice cream is a must. I will try this again with more pie filling, as I felt like there wasn't enough when compared to the amount of the cobbler.
This is delicious. I took it to a last minute dinner I was asked to bring a dessert for and it was a big hit! Served it warm with vanilla ice cream...yummy! It was very easy and used ingredients I had on hand. Chocolate and cherry really DO make a great combination!
Good- not amazing. Make sure you use unsalted butter, and definitely serve with ice cream.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cherry Chocolate Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 157
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