Low Carb Strawberry Cobbler

Low Carb Strawberry Cobbler created by marks.stephanie

Blueberries, raspberries or a mix of them all can be used.

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45mins
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  • Mix the fruit with the Splenda.
  • Place the fruit in a greased 6x8" baking dish or equivalent shallow baking pan (a 9x5" loaf pan or a 9-inch metal pie plate would be about the right size).
  • In medium bowl, beat butter and Splenda with a fork until creamy.
  • Beat in eggs with fork until blended (it will look curdled).
  • Mix in the almond flour and vanilla with fork.
  • Dollop by large spoonfuls over fruit; it will spread while baking so don't be too fussy.
  • Bake at 375ºF for 30 minutes or so, until topping is golden brown (it should be quite brown for the best flavor).
  • Let stand a few minutes to cool slightly, then serve warm topped with whipped cream.
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"Blueberries, raspberries or a mix of them all can be used."

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  1. Kimberly D.
    Does the strawberry cobbler freeze well?
  2. Valerie F.
    Low Carb Strawberry Cobbler Created by Valerie F.
  3. Valerie F.
    Low Carb Strawberry Cobbler Created by Valerie F.
  4. Valerie F.
    I made this with blackberries. Oh my gosh! I loved it. The only tweak I will make next time I make it is to add a little cinnamon. I’ve shared this recipe with others. Thanks for making it low carb! I look forward to more low carb recipes.
  5. Jug OMud
    Wow...and this recipe is worth every star! I am watching my carb intake at the moment, and was looking for something sweet that could fill in as a dessert from time to time. I love this cobbler (even though i haven't always had a good "taste" experience with almond flour). It was awesome..thank you so much! I will most definitely be making this again.
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