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I was so happy to run across this. I made cobblers using this technique years ago but couldn't remember the recipe. To ease my conscience should I eat the whole thing, ;-) I used 1/2 cup of Splenda Baking Blend instead of the sugar and fat-free milk. To complement my fruit combo of blueberries and mango, I grated some nutmeg and lemon zest into the batter. Perhaps because I did use frozen fruit, my bake time was longer - about 40 minutes. It smelled wonderful when baking and tastes just super. Thanks for posting! I won't lose this recipe again.

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SusieQusie February 17, 2009

Very similar to my favorite apple recipe, Virginia Apple Pudding. I added 2T. dried buttermilk powder, 1 t. cinnamon, and 1/2 t. nutmeg to the batter. I added a pinch of salt to the batter, just because. Then I put 2 T. brown sugar to the apples, because they were very tart. I served it with half and half, warm. It would be good with ice cream,too.

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Cynthia Stone December 28, 2002
Easy Fruit Cobbler