Any Fruit Fast Fat Free Cobbler

"This fabulous dessert is 3 WW points a serving and can be made with fresh, canned, or frozen fruit. It is adapted from a recipe in the "More With Less Cookbook." Incredibly easy to make, I fall back on this when unexpected company comes for dinner."
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  • Combine all of the ingredients except the fruit in a bowl.
  • Pour it into an 8x8 pan coated with cooking spray.
  • Add the fruit right on top.
  • The crust will come up over the fruit and cover it.
  • Bake in a 350 degree oven for 40 minutes.

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  1. scarface
    Wonderful recipe,Very easy to make! I used frozen blackberries and it baked into a delicious cobbler. The only recommendation would be to mix a little sugar with frozen blackberries before combining the berries with the rest of the recipe to take the edge off the tartness.
  2. Aunt Paula
    This is a delightful low fat dessert. Very easy to prepare. I used frozen cherries, came out great, DH ate most of it! And only 3 WW points!
  3. Autsayder
    I'm so thankful to have found this recipe! I wanted some dessert to serve after dinner, but didn't want to spend too much time or use too many ingredients. This recipe was exactly what I was looking for! I used whole wheat flour and a can of Oregon tart red cherries. This went great with a little whipped topping. Thank you so much for sharing!
  4. SuzTheQ
    Really enjoyed this recipe. I made it with wheat flour, Splenda, and frozen dark sweet cherries. Looking foward to trying this with lots of other different fruits- will definitely be making again! Thanks for a great, EASY recipe!
  5. HeatherFeather
    So tasty! This was so easy a child could prepare the recipe and prodcue a great result. I used frozen blueberries and they turned out lovely in this. If you are looking for any easy, lowcal dessert recipe, this is a great choice.


  1. Sympatica
    Changed Stevia in the Raw for sugar
  2. Jademoon
    This sounds great, can't wait to try it. I am going to use artificial sweetener instead of white sugar. Then it will be sugar free and fat free!!!!! Thanks!
  3. cewrdh
    This was really good. A nice quick treat. I used frozen blueberries and used 1 cup of Bisquick instead of flour, baking powder and salt. It came out great. I'm looking forward to trying other fruits and different flours.
  4. Ludmila
    My husband LOVES this cobbler. We used to have it regularly every Friday dinner. For some reason I stopped making it for a while. Tonight the cobbler is back! I've used different *healthier* flours, and instead of white sugar - raw turbinado sugar, and substitute rice milk for the skim milk (to accomodate my husband's vegan diet). Much healthier version - still great tasting dessert! After the first time i tried this recipe i thought it didn't have enough of the caky part, so I doubled up on the batter ingredients (but kept the fruit to 2 cups - i used canned peaches). Tonight i also added a teaspoon of vanilla. Can't wait for tomorrow night... :o)
  5. Nado2003
    I've made this several times with half white and half whole wheat flour. With apples I add a teaspoon of cinnamon to the batter. Today I substituted half of the sugar with Stevia. I thought it was too sweet, my husband thought it was perfect. Easy, fast, fat free and delicious. Couldn't ask for a better recipe. Thank you.


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