Thank you so much for this recipe. All of the cobblers I have made in the past have been a bit more entailed and alot more time consuming. This one is so easy and just as good if not better than the others I've made!! I expect it to work with other fruits as well. Thanks again!!
This recipe was very easy to follow and make. My family really enjoyed this as a surprise dessert. I will make this recipe again for my co-workers, because I am sure they will enjoy eating this delicious dessert just as my family did.
Made this recipe again, less butter definitely improved the balance of the dish (we used about 1 1/2 ounces of butter). Also leaving the pears & sugar to stand longer was good (about 1 hour) & didn't add the excess sugar this time.
O.M.G(oodness!) This was so easy and so delicious. I used about 5 ripe pears and I threw in an overripe banana just because. I highly recommend this easy, yummy recipe.
Very easy, very tasty. Batter is very thin but bakes up fine. I also used less sugar and butter. Yummy!
I wanted to try making a cobbler, and this recipe was so easy and quick! Everyone loved it, and I will definitely be making it again, thank you so much!
This cobbler recipe is simple and consistently good. I use it for fresh pear, peach, or apple cobblers. My grandchildren love it every time. We top it with either Redi Whip or Vanilla Bean ice cream. Completely disappears every time.<br/>Sometimes I add a little fresh lemon or lime juice and zest in the fruit mixture. The acid enhances the fruit flavor. My wife is diabetic so I often use Splenda instead of sugar. No one ever recognizes the difference.
Quick and yummy, just the way I like it.
Tasty. I, too, cut down the butter to less than half and it worked fine. A very moist pear layer on the bottom with a moist cakey laker on top.
Quick, easy, DELICIOUS. I served this chilled and topped with whipped cream to a few of my girlfriends at a movie party and they were all asking for seconds. They've each asked that I email them the recipe. I will definitely be making this one again. Two modifications: I used 3/4 cup of sugar and a dash of nutmeg.