25 Reviews

Delicious! I put this recipe together and it came out of the oven just in time for dessert. We ate it warm, with just and wee bit of vanilla ice cream (I had cream). It was delightful. I will be making this dessert again. Thanks for posting.

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Miss Annie February 11, 2002

I added a generous glug of vanilla to the batter. Sprinkled cinnamon over the top of the batter before adding the fruit. Served it with fat free whipped topping. Superb! The cake would be good for upside down pie, shortcake, etc.

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Clifford Boren July 25, 2002

This is wonderful. Not excessively sweet. Just right.

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Connie T April 14, 2002

Blueberry muffins meet peach cobbler...pretty darn delicious! Thank you.

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Jug O'Mud January 26, 2015

I was looking for a quick desert that I didn't need to run to the store for any ingredients and this was perfect! It was fast, easy and delicious. I used lite coconut milk instead of skim because I can't have dairy. I also rinsed the syrup from the peaches (not sure what the recipe called for, but I didn't need the extra sugar because coconut milk is a little sweet.) The batter seemed a little heavy after while mixing (perhaps because coconut milk is a little thicker than skim) so I added a bit more of the coconut milk and it made it smoother and easier to pour. I loved the idea of adding cinnamon so I added my special cinnamon mix to the tip of it all before baking. We loved it!! It is a keeper!!

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deborahsager June 09, 2013

Delicious. Would give it 5 stars, but I think my modifications changed the recipe significantly. Instead of all white flour, used 1c white flour, 1/4c whole wheat flour, 1/4c flax meal. Didn't have blueberries, so used about 5 fresh ripe peaches. I added a tsp almond extract, 1/4tsp allspice, 1/2tsp cinnamon. I also added streusal topping. So yummy!

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michelle_sandiego August 09, 2011

Turned out perfectly! Changed-- instead of white sugar I used Turbinado(Raw Cane) Sugar, and I think it might have helped to give it that extra crunch, Also used Fresh peaches and blueberries. Will definately make again.

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tastefultreats July 04, 2011

Awesome simple dessert

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Phoenix 0880 May 26, 2011

Fabulous! So easy to make. I used fresh blueberries and fresh peaches. I agree, more fruit is needed (which I added). Since I used fresh instead of canned peaches, I marinated the diced peaches in date scented honey (any interesting honey will due such as lavender!). This added the little bit of sweetness needed with a nice twist. I also think a sprinkle of sugar would be nice on top to give the crust a nice sweet crunch.

This is a fantastic recipe you can whip up anytime you need to make a quick dessert with whatever fruit you may have around. It bakes while you are having dinner and smells great!

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cdmaningo_7242671 July 26, 2010

This was just ok to us, but I think that was more of a personal preference than a reflection on the recipe. This a more cakelike cobbler. I'm more used to a Bisquick drop in cobbler. But different strokes for different folks! It was pretty good, but in my oven 1 hour was too long and the edges were a bit burnt.

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DeniseBC June 20, 2010
Blueberry Peach Cobbler