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This is easy as cobbler!!!! :) This makes a really good cobbler crust! I had 3 cups of rhubarb so I substituted the rest of the fruit with strawberries. Since I did that, I left out a couple TBSP sugar as suggested. I cut my rhubarb smaller than 1/2-inch pieces and I'm glad I did because with this baking time, they were still crisp but al dente crisp so it was good. I love how quick and easy this was to make, thanks!!!!

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Chef*Lee May 19, 2009

Once again, I knew I could count on Kittencal! This was really really good! I made 1 1/2 recipes and it worked out well. I didnt have quite enough rhubarb, but the biscuit was so good it didn't matter! I am looking forward to trying this with other fruit this summer. Beats the pants off my bisquick cobble! Thanks again for posting!

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Queer Eye in the Kitchen Guy April 28, 2009

this was so easy and delicious, i loved it!!! great combo of tart, sweet and biscuity!

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MarraMamba July 25, 2008

This was great even with late season (mid-July) rhubarb! Made as directed; this couldn't be easier! My guests really enjoyed it! Thanks, Kittencal! Made for Newest Zaar Tag.

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mersaydees July 13, 2008

I made this recipe with not only rhubarb, but also with cherries, apples, and with blueberries. I loved them all! Had them with tea and coffee instead of ice cream and it went very well! The rest is in the refrigerator for tomorrow.

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Chef MamiMia May 19, 2013

a little grated lemon zest would be the finishing touch!:-) very good, also with the strawberry combo!

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grammiepnut_8993267 May 07, 2013

Wonderful! However, I took some of the past suggestions and made a few of my own. Used mostly raw sugar instead of granulated. I'd recommend using 4 cups rhubarb & 1.5 cups strawberries (frozen or fresh). I's used 1/4 c heavy cream with 5/8 c milk (skim worked great). I also tried to make it a little better and used 1 c all purpose flour with 1/2 c wheat flour. DELICIOUS! I'm going to cut back on the sugar even more next time.

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questionsforyou June 27, 2011

Nom nom nom! Made this yesterday with fresh rhubarb from the garden, no subs other than using brown sugar on the rhubarb. So good!

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lortle May 14, 2011

The fruit layer was a runny mess. I used sugar and followed the instructions to a "t". The top came out well, and the bottom had a good taste, but I would NOT serve this to anyone. A total disappointment.

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~Bliss~ June 01, 2011

This is a wonderful, homey dessert. I know it will become a part of every rhubarb season for me.

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tednjoc May 22, 2011
Easy Rhubarb Cobbler