"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." — chellebelle
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Good- not amazing. Make sure you use unsalted butter, and definitely serve with ice cream.
This was pretty good, however I did kick it up a notch by adding a almond crumble topping. I didn't measure anything for the topping, but I used a little flour, some brown sugar, oats, sliced almonds, butter and a little almond and vanilla extract. I just sprinkled it over the cherry filling, and bakind it. We served it warm with vanilla ice cream. Yummy!
* 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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