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This topped off our day of gorging for the 4th of July. Our fresh berries were so juicy and sweet. This really was an easy, delicious way to enjoy them. I spooned a little Cool Whip on top of each serving. Highlight to a day of feasting. Thanks.
This was so easy and the taste was scrumptious. This was our dessert for our Memorial Day cook-out. Thank goodness I made two of these. My crowd gobbled these up. Thanks again for an easy, delicious recipe.
Made this for my family, another recipe that didn't last! I've also asked recipezaar for amount of baking powder since it wasn't listed I used 2 tsp. We have tons of strawberries and this will be a recipe I'll use to put a dent in our freezer supply.
This recipe was delicious! It had a moist cake layer at the bottom, and the crumble on top was good, too. I used frozen strawberries (de-thawed and drained of all liquid) and it still came out great! I was worried the frozen berries would be too watery in this recipe, but it worked well. I would make this again.
My five-year-old said: " Best. Dessert. EVER!" This is an easy-to-make, delicious cobbler! I've never made strawberry cobbler, and I was looking for something interesting to cook with the fresh strawberries that were were super-ripe and ready-to-eat in my fridge this morning. This was a perfect choice! I will definitely make it again!
This was very good. Hubby and I enjoyed it with ice cream.
This is delicious!!
I found another recipe for a mango strawberry cobbler but didn't have the right ingredients, so I did this recipe but added the mango. I used more than 3 cups of fruit, as well. Maybe a little over 3 1/2 cups.
It tasted wonderful, the only complaint I had was that I didn't get a nice crispy topping. I'm not really sure if I was supposed to or not. However, it wasn't enough of an issue to keep me from enjoying the cobbler immensely. :)
This is the best cobbler I've ever had. Melt in your mouth! Also tried it with Michigan Cherries, came out wonderfully.
Fabulous! My Hubby loved it more than cake.
Quite simply, the best berry cobbler I've ever had. I didn't have my regular baking pan on hand at the time, so I used my cast iron pan, and it worked out great (plus, perhaps a little iron nutritional boost?)