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Wonderful recipe,Very easy to make! I used frozen blackberries and it baked into a delicious cobbler. The only recommendation would be to mix a little sugar with frozen blackberries before combining the berries with the rest of the recipe to take the edge off the tartness.

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scarface November 03, 2003

This is a delightful low fat dessert. Very easy to prepare. I used frozen cherries, came out great, DH ate most of it! And only 3 WW points!

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Aunt Paula January 26, 2004

So tasty! This was so easy a child could prepare the recipe and prodcue a great result. I used frozen blueberries and they turned out lovely in this. If you are looking for any easy, lowcal dessert recipe, this is a great choice.

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HeatherFeather January 01, 2004

I'm so thankful to have found this recipe! I wanted some dessert to serve after dinner, but didn't want to spend too much time or use too many ingredients. This recipe was exactly what I was looking for! I used whole wheat flour and a can of Oregon tart red cherries. This went great with a little whipped topping. Thank you so much for sharing!

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Autsayder October 12, 2010

Really enjoyed this recipe. I made it with wheat flour, Splenda, and frozen dark sweet cherries. Looking foward to trying this with lots of other different fruits- will definitely be making again! Thanks for a great, EASY recipe!

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SuzTheQ July 05, 2010

This sounds great, can't wait to try it. I am going to use artificial sweetener instead of white sugar. Then it will be sugar free and fat free!!!!! Thanks!

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Jademoon May 24, 2010

My husband LOVES this cobbler. We used to have it regularly every Friday dinner. For some reason I stopped making it for a while. Tonight the cobbler is back! I've used different *healthier* flours, and instead of white sugar - raw turbinado sugar, and substitute rice milk for the skim milk (to accomodate my husband's vegan diet). Much healthier version - still great tasting dessert! After the first time i tried this recipe i thought it didn't have enough of the caky part, so I doubled up on the batter ingredients (but kept the fruit to 2 cups - i used canned peaches). Tonight i also added a teaspoon of vanilla. Can't wait for tomorrow night... :o)

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Ludmila February 04, 2010

This was AWESOME!! I made it with all frozen peaches, 1/4 white and 1/4 wheat flour, 1/4 splenda and 1/4 white sugar. Thank you so much for this recipe! My family enjoyed it!

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EyesForASkinnyFuture July 27, 2009

Amazing! I used 1/2 cup Splenda, 1/4 cup whole wheat flour, 1/4 cup all purpose flour, 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk and frozen blackberries. It was DELICIOUS! A friend of mine who had never had cobbler before took a bite and couldn't stop eating it! Thanks so much for such a great (and ridiculously easy) recipe!

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PumpKIM May 18, 2009

I changed the sugar to Splenda, threw in some vanilla extract, and changed the white flour to whole wheat flour ... Dropped it down to 1 point per serving! Really great. Served it with cheesecake flavored yogurt.

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Mrs. KyleKyle Bensen February 19, 2009
Any Fruit Fast Fat Free Cobbler