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Fast and easy. Very unusual topping made with bread- but you can't tell! Use whatever fruit you would like. My family says this is THE best cobbler EVER! I like it bc it is made with things that I always have on hand and can be thrown together in minutes y

Recipe courtesy Jamie Oliver

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Another cobbler from Season .... told you FANATIC!! This is best with fresh fruit and always better warm. The next day just warm it up in the microwave oven for 1 minute.

Easy weeknight desert can be cooked while eating dinner. You can double the fruit, but it may take more time to cook. Also good to add cinnamon &/or nutmeg to the batter, depending on your taste.

A simple fruit cobbler that features the best of organic peaches, cherries, and blackberries with a little something special. Almond extract in the cobbler crust is (er, was) my secret ingredient. Recipe calls for frozen peaches and blackberries but you ca

Cobbeler that can be made with any kind of fruit filling. I got this from my sister.

This recipe is fabulously easy and delicious. (It differs from the other quick fruit cobbler recipes in that it doesn't contain butter.) You can make it with any fruit you have on hand — fresh, frozen or canned. Great hot out of the oven with a scoop of

This is a little concoction I came up with to satisfy my sweet tooth and peanut butter cravings, while keeping some healthy aspects in mind such as fruit and fiber.

This is an easy to make cobbler that can be made with whatever fresh fruit is in season-sliced peaches or nectarines, or whole strawberries,raspberries, blackberries, or a combination of berries. A 12 ounce bag of frozen mixed berries may also be used, but

My mom gave me an older Bisquick cookbook she had and never used. It is from 1964 and this recipe is what I use for a great peach cobbler. I do use a whole recipe for the shortcake instead of 1/2 for a crustier cobbler. If you have fresh fruit, use 3 cups

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