• Too Easy Cherry Cobbler

    This has got to be the easiest cobbler recipe ever! The best part is, you aren't limited to just cherry, this recipe works well with blueberry, strawberry, even apple!
    As we mentioned, you can substitute the Cherry pie filling with blueberry, apple, strawberry, peach pie filling, etc for a simple, versatile cobbler.

    You'll Need:
    2 (20-ounce) cans cherry pie filling
    2 c. Homemade Quick Mix (Or Bisquick)
    1/2 c. Milk
    2 Tbs Sugar
    2 Tbs Softened Butter

    Dump the pie filling into a 9'x9' baking dish, place in the oven (cold oven!!). Turn the oven to 400F, set the timer for 10 minutes from the time you turn the oven on.

    In the meantime, mix the quickmix, milk, sugar and butter together to form a soft dough. Remove the warmed filling from the oven, Spoon the dough onto the warm filling. You can sprinkle this with cinnamon and sugar if you'd like!

    Bake 16-20 minutes until the cobbler topping is nicely browned.

    Watch for sales on canned pie fillings around Thanksgiving time and again in the spring around Easter. It's a great time to stock up for as little as $1 a can, (without coupons) additional deals can be found using coupons, Often as little as .40 a can!

    What's your favorite cobbler flavor & recipe?


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