Fat Free Cherry Cobbler

"This recipe is diabetic friendly, easy to make and good to eat. You can use Splenda to make it diabetic."
photo by Sugar Doll photo by Sugar Doll
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Ready In:




  • Heat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Place cherries and 1/3 of the cherry liquid in a 9 inch square pan.
  • In a medium bowl mix together flour, sugar and milk.
  • Pour batter over the cherries.
  • Bake uncovered for 45 minutes.
  • Serve warm with Cool Whip Lite or Vanilla Ice Cream, Fat Free or Frozen Vanilla Yogurt.

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  1. Sugar Doll
    So easy and so good, and low fat! I've already made this twice, once with cherries and once with plums. Both turned out really well! Thanks for the great recipe!
  2. Boxergurl
    I can't believe that I forgot to rate this. Very easy and quick to make, and came out great. Hubby and I both do Weight Watchers, and I got 2 points a serving, which was a very nice size portion! Will definitely make again.
  3. JLakins
    I made the sugar free version- used Splenda- because my dad is borderline diabetic and I want to make him a special dessert for Thanksgiving. I tried this out on friends and it is very very good. I was a little concerned because the "crust" seemed really runny, but it baked up very nice. This will definitely be my go to cobbler recipe.
  4. nemokitty
    Wonderful! Love that it's fat free. I used fresh cherries that were close to going bad and it worked out great. I think this is the cobbler I'll use quite often. Thanks so much!
  5. Lalaloula
    WOW! This recipe is fantastic! I used it to make a cherry-rhubarb cobbler and was amazed at how delicious it tasted. The custard became very thick and the fruit melted into some kind of a compote. Yum! I used fresh fruit and didnt need any additional water. I would have never thought that this would work out, but it did brilliantly. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful recipe with us, Mandabears! I will surely make this often again using different sorts of fruit and maybe adding some vanilla or cinnamon to the batter.



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