Mini Cherry Cobblers

Mini Cherry Cobblers

"Cinnamon and sugar add a sweet touch to the biscuits that top these warm fruit treats from Dixie Terry. 'The individual servings are a great way to surprise your family with dessert...even on the busiest of days,' writes the Goreville, Illinois baker."
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30 m servings
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  1. Set aside some of the pie filling, including five cherries, for garnish. Divide the remaining filling among five ungreased 6-oz. ramekins or custard cups. Top each with a biscuit; brush with butter. Combine sugars and cinnamon; sprinkle over biscuits. Bake at 375 degrees F for 14-18 minutes or until biscuits are browned. Top with reserved pie filling.


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Very simple, very delicious. A great dessert that uses ingredients you might have on hand. I served with a little ice cream, and it was very well received.

I was looking for a simple recipe to use my new set of ramekins. This was perfect and my husband liked them a lot.

Very easy, very tasty. I used flaky biscuits and separated them, using sugar between layers. This can be made using any pie filling!

Super easy and cute individual desserts!! I liked that I could make only a couple of these instead of a big pan of cobbler for just the two of us. I did have to bake just a bit longer, my bisc...

Very yummy and very easy! I did drop the oven temp to 350 and left them in for 24 minutes, and I made whipped cream with ameretto to add on top. I will be making this for Valentine's Day this ye...

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