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I can't believe that I forgot to rate this. Very easy and quick to make, and came out great. Hubby and I both do Weight Watchers, and I got 2 points a serving, which was a very nice size portion! Will definitely make again.
I made the sugar free version- used Splenda- because my dad is borderline diabetic and I want to make him a special dessert for Thanksgiving. I tried this out on friends and it is very very good. I was a little concerned because the "crust" seemed really runny, but it baked up very nice. This will definitely be my go to cobbler recipe.
Wonderful! Love that it's fat free. I used fresh cherries that were close to going bad and it worked out great. I think this is the cobbler I'll use quite often. Thanks so much!
WOW! This recipe is fantastic! I used it to make a cherry-rhubarb cobbler and was amazed at how delicious it tasted. The custard became very thick and the fruit melted into some kind of a compote. Yum! I used fresh fruit and didnt need any additional water. I would have never thought that this would work out, but it did brilliantly. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful recipe with us, Mandabears! I will surely make this often again using different sorts of fruit and maybe adding some vanilla or cinnamon to the batter.
This was super-easy. I think I did something wrong because the bread part had a sort of rubberlike texture. That won't stop me from trying again until I get it right. The flavor was great and I love that it didn't have any butter!
I was VERY impressed with this. What a great way to come up with a quick and easy dessert using ingredients that you most likely will have on hand. Whether you are a diabetic or not, this is a winner. I will be making this a lot! Thanks for sharing Mandabears.
it doesn't get uch easier than this! this actually tastes like a cobbler, but sliced up like brownies into nice neat squares. we loved the taste and the convenience of this.