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Thread: Simple Cobbler

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    Simple Cobbler

    1 Box Pillsbury Sugar Free Yellow Cake Mix
    2 16 oz packages frozen blackberries
    1 16 oz bottle of Diet Sprite

    Preheat oven to 350. Lightly spray a 9x13 pan with cooking spray.Put the frozen blackberries in the pan. Before opening the package, knead the lumps out of the dry cake mix , then spread over the berries. Pour the Diet Sprite over top of the cake mix covering well. Bake for 30-40 minutes until golden brown. Serve with sugar free whipped topping or ice cream if desired.
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    sounds great. I would imagine that you could use blueberries & peaches too.
    What about apples

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    Quote Originally Posted by cairns View Post
    sounds great. I would imagine that you could use blueberries & peaches too.
    What about apples
    Oh, you can use any kind of fruit that you'd like to. You might even add a sprinkle of cinnamon to it for a different taste.
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    I love this recipe - thanks for reminding me of it! I remember a weight watchers leader giving this one out. Tastes really great with frozen peaches. Even tried it with lemon cake mix and frozen mixed fruit. Yum!

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    Sounds great. Will have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

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    This recipe also works well with frozen strawberries.

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    Dog gone it! Now I want cobbler!

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    I've made it with apples (or even a can of applie pie filling) and used a spice cake mix. It's wonderful!

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    ooooh ... how about chocolate cake and cherries, for a black forest twist!


    MimiBug ... when you used apple pie filling, did you still use the soda? and same amounts?


    I seem to recall a pie filling cobbler with the cake mix, but that you poured melted butter over top.
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    That sounds so quick and easy. Thank you.

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