"This cobbler can be made with peaches, apples, cherries, or berries." — Rosemarie Reeher
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This fast, easy, and delicious. I did do somethings differently. First I added about
1 tsp of vanilla extract to the batter mix. Secondly, I baked the batter for about ten minutes before adding the fruit (I used red delicious apples, turned out fine) Lastly, I sprinkled brown sugar on top, giving it a nice brown color after it baked. My family just loved it!
I made this dessert with blueberries and raspberries, what a horrible idea!The batter was good that's why I gave 3 stars but the berries were so sour and bitter we couldn't even eat it and I added a bunch of sugar. I will try with peaches next time.
You certainly don't need to know your way around the kitchen for this one... but don't be put off by the simplicity of the recipe, either; it's really good!
I used half light brown sugar in mine, added a few drops of vanilla to the batter, and prepared it with 2 cans of drained peaches (spread evenly over the top), which I also sprinkled with cinnamon. What a quick, easy and delicious week-night dessert. Thanks, Rosemarie.
I love this recipe. It is so easy. I made it with frozen mixed berries and this turned out wonderful as well. It is great with ice cream!
If you really want to make this easy... simply open a can of Cherry Pie Filling and spoon over the batter. My Mother had this recipe when I was a kid and I have used it every since. Always turns out great!
This cobbler is best with real juicy fruit... the breading top will suck the juice from a dry fruit like apples and make the cobble taste bland and "sticky"
This recipe was excellent, and ridiculously easy to prepare! I made mine with fresh-picked wild blackberries from my own yard, and even used self-rising flour instead of all-purpose. Nice and crunchy on the top and edges and wonderful ooey-gooey in the middle. Try this one! Even a ten-year-old could make this one!
Very good! I made it with apricots and used Splenda for 1/2 cup of the sugar and regular sugar for the remaining 1/4 cup.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Fruit Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 57
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