3 Reviews

This was very yummy, I used too much fruit so my cobbler didn't rise to the top as much as it should have but that was my mistake. I'll be making this again!

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tara.a.shepherd@gmail.com April 08, 2010

Very nice. I used frozen raspberries and mangos (thawed) and I used quite a bit more fruit than called for in the recipe. I did use almost the full 1/2 cup of sugar. We don't like things too sweet, but I thought it was just about right because raspberries are so tart. I was apprehensive about how many this would serve, but there was a little left over from 8 people. (Served with ice cream to a group who are not big dessert eaters, mind you. If you have real dessert fans, I would say this would serve 6 generous potions.) This was very easy and I will make it again! Thank you heidih88 for posting!

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Paja October 25, 2008

My husband doesn't like sweet foods, so he never, ever has dessert - or rather, he didn't until I made this recipe. He devoured this cobbler and went back for 2nds and 3rds, and then asked me if I could make some more! I have made this 3 times so far, and it has come out great every time. It's moist, delicious and easy to make. The first time I made it using mangoes and bananas (my raspberries had gone bad, and 2 bananas were the only other fruits I had on hand). The second and third times I used peaches and raspberries. Note that in step 4 it says to sprinkle 1/2 cup of sugar over the fruit, although it says 1/4 cup in the ingredient list. I suppose it depends on one's personal tastes, but I found that 1/4 cup was just the right amount. 1/2 cup would have been too much for our liking. Thanks a million for sharing this recipe. Now that I've found a dessert my husband will actually eat, I'll be making this again and again!

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Kelley Maillard July 20, 2007
Mango Raspberry Cobbler