Cherry Cobbler (Frozen Cherries)

Cherry Cobbler (Frozen Cherries) created by Wai Ling F.

This recipe uses frozen cherries, so it's great to make all year round! This is a sweet cobbler you can reduce the sugar slightly for a less sweeter taste. Although I have never tried it, I imagine that you could also make this using frozen or fresh blueberries.

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  • Set oven to 400 degrees (oven rack to second-lowest position).
  • Butter a 9-inch glass baking dish.
  • To make filling: cook all the filling ingredients in a 2-quart heavy saucepan over medium heat, stirring occasionally until the sugar begins to dissolve (about 3-4 minutes).
  • Spoon the filling into prepared baking dish.
  • To make the topping: in a medium bowl, whisk together flour, sugar, baking soda, baking powder and salt.
  • Blend in the cold butter using your fingertips or a pastry blender until mixture resembles coarse meal.
  • Stir in buttermilk with a fork JUST until combined (do not overmix!).
  • Drop the dough in mounds over the filling, leaving space between the mounds.
  • Lightly sprinkle sugar over the dough.
  • Bake for about 25-30 minutes, or until the topping id golden brown and the fruit is bubbling.
  • Cool slightly and serve warm.
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"This recipe uses frozen cherries, so it's great to make all year round! This is a sweet cobbler you can reduce the sugar slightly for a less sweeter taste. Although I have never tried it, I imagine that you could also make this using frozen or fresh blueberries."

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  1. Linda M.
    Delicious!!! Turned out perfect with a beautiful golden topping and gooey filling.
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  2. laurenmclean10
    First of all, using frozen cherries will create a puddle in the dish because they are frozen to begin with. Baked exactly as directed and the topping was done on the top, nice golden brown and raw underneath. Had to throw entire dish away because it was a raw gloppy mess under the topping.
  3. Ron L.
    This recipe is a keeper! It's really easy and delicious. I used Turkish frozen, pitted cherries from Costco. This recipe could definitely use 5 cups of fruit, not just 4. Next time I'm going to try it with peaches or apples.
  4. trcapri
    This recipe was just perfect. I used frozen cherries and did cook the filling until it was thick and bubbling before I added the biscuit topping. I did add a little splash of almond extract as well. Super yummy and will make again. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
  5. Wai Ling F.
    Cherry Cobbler (Frozen Cherries) Created by Wai Ling F.
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