5 Reviews

IF you like Red Raspberry you love this recipe. This was very easy to make. It had just the right tartness. The whipped cream was a good offset for the tartness. Another suggestion would be to use a scoop of good quality brand of vanilla ice cream. (Bryers Vanilla Bean)

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Larry & Julie Morrow October 18, 2003

This was made with fresh peaches and also the sugar was replaced with Splenda. It was very easy to put together, and there was nothing (like vanilla or cinnamon) to compete with the fresh juicy flavor of summer peaches. We both enjoyed. Thanks for sharing.

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Sue Lau June 27, 2010

I was looking for something to make with the fresh raspberries I had, and had just made a pie last week, so decided to try this. I found it a little too crusty and sweet, but really nice flavor - for the amount of crust, it could have had a lot more filling. Next time I will use about 1/2 the sugar.

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pixiesmom June 09, 2008

Very good and easy! I used frz. raspberries and used Baking/ Splenda in place of the sugar. Also used light bisquick baking mix. I will be making this often I'm sure. Thanks!

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momstar March 12, 2007

I used a berry mix from Costco. Not that I'm promoting them, but their berries include Marion berries from Oregon. They're awesome. It has a very similar tartness that Raspberry has. The mix includes blueberries and raspberries as well. I had to put a 2nd batch of the dough to cover all of it. I topped with a huge scoop of ice cream. Wonderful! Not necessarily the cobbler dough I was really looking for but it was still good :-). If it wasn't so late at night I'd probably have another 2-3 scoops...yikes!

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VKuuipo Bridges March 18, 2004
Raspberry Cobbler