11 Reviews

Absolutely delicious & sooo easy!!! It was gone before it even cooled off!! I'll be making this often!!

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KristinB March 15, 2003

This is a delicious dessert. Quick and easy too! Thaks so much Mystergirl this is a terrific recipe!

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Robin W March 05, 2003

A wonderfull contrast of flavors and textures! Tart cherries and sauce topped with a buttery light crumbly cake with a sugary crunchy crust. This recipe is so easy and quick, keep a can of cherries in your cupboard and you can whip this up any time. I served this warm with vanila ice cream. Thanks Mysterygirl, this is one of those "secret" recipes you can pull out of your cupboard anytime you need a special desert.

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Lorac October 20, 2002

This was wonderful, It was gone before it has a chance to cool off, the kids ate it with ice cream, I keep a can of cherries in the cupboard so I can make in a moments notice, very easy and good.

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Jeff Hixson April 28, 2003

This was quite good. I am going to try it again sometime though with a different type/brand of cherries because the can I used today in this recipe wasn't the greatest for this recipe I think. Overall it was very good and I will be making it again.

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Mbloxus October 13, 2007

This is so easy and tastes great! I can't wait to try it with peaches. Made for Holiday Tag. Thanks for posting MG!

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ElaineAnn June 25, 2007

Made the Cobbler for dinner last night. Not one piece left. Of course, my 17 old son must have eaten more than half of it. Used canned cherries. Looking forward to trying other fruits. Thanks!

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Ruby15 April 16, 2007

Tried to sub. fresh blackberries and think I blundered. The sweetness of the topping/cake was overpowering. Will definitely try again, but would love anyone's tips on conversion from can to "fresh" fruit. THANKS!

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Cariboo June 14, 2005

This is recipe is almost identical to one I have used before. The notable difference in this one is the 1/2 cup sugar that is sprinkled on the top before baking. What an amazing improvment! The crust turns out much crisper with a sweet crystalline crunch to it. I love this recipe and it throws together so quickly and the kitchen isn't a mess as it only takes a baking dish and a large mixing bowl. I have also made this with peaches with even better results. Be sure to use cling peaches in HEAVY syrup and sprinkle some cinnamon and brown sugar(in addition to the 1/2 cup white sugar) on top before baking. This sure is good.

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Pot Scrubber April 07, 2005

Very yummy and very easy to make. Believe it or not, I had a can of boysenberries in syrup in my cupbord. Because of the syrup, I did not sprinkle the sugar on top. My DH had his with ice cream, and I had mine with whipped cream.

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KelBel January 03, 2005
Lazy Day Cobbler