5 Reviews

I made this for my father-in-law because he is diabetic. I really do not like cooking with splenda, as those dishes never really turn out like the pictures. Anyhow, he said it was really good aside from the fact that the apples didn't soften, he doesn't have any teeth to chew them. All in all, I gave it four stars for the sake of the diabetics out there. I did take a small taste, and it was super sweet. Prepare your palate for a dish for a sweet tooth. Hehe.

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Wylder March 27, 2009

I love this recipe! I used regular sugar (didnt have splenda) and for the fruit i just used whatever I had in the house (aka frozen mixed berries, a peach (no skin) and an apple (no skin)). turned out wonderful! fluffy, light, sweet and tangy. Gonna make this one again and again! Thanks

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HulaHealthPrincess June 01, 2007

Everyone really loved this recipe. Especially with vanilla ice cream!

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fiera6 December 17, 2007

Will make this again,enjoyed it

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NoraMarie January 23, 2007

Thank you for a simple, easy, and healthy dessert! I doubled the recipe because I knew it wouldn't last long with my husband's sweet tooth. I used 2 cups blueberries and 2 cups strawberries. I also added 1/2 tsp cinnamon, a dash of powdered ginger, and a dash of cloves to the batter. That really boosted the flavor. I'm so glad to have a guilt-free cobbler that's not loaded with sugar and fat. Thanks for posting!

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Noor.Khalid July 25, 2013
Easy Fruit Cobbler With Splenda