Tuesday, June 18, 2013

3 Ingredient Cobbler!

I was so interested in this recipe because it just seemed too good to be true! I was shown this recipe by my Facebook friend, Chip Stanley, when he posted on my wall!

The original recipe didn't work as well as I thought, so I tweaked it slightly with great results! The recipe says to put frozen fruit on the bottom of a baking dish and sprinkle boxed cake mix and diet lemon/lime soda on top. Then bake! Well, you really need to stir the cake mix with the soda in a separate bowl first, then pour it on top of the frozen fruit
 because if you don't, the cake mix stays powdery on top of the finished cobbler!

My sister tried this recipe and used berry flavored seltzer instead of lemon/lime soda! She said it was so much better with the seltzer because it wasn't overly sweet! So on my second try I did the same thing and I agree...it was just sweet enough!

So with these minor adjustments this is a VERY good and VERY easy cobbler! I will always keep these 3 ingredients in my house in case unexpected guests drop by...or in case I get a cobbler craving!


3 Ingredient Cobbler

INGREDIENTS:
20-24 ozs.. frozen fruit of your choice - I used blueberries. Do not thaw!
1 boxed white cake mix - do not prepare the cake mix. Just use it as is.
12 ozs. seltzer (carbonated water) - I used berry flavored, but use what you like, even plain.

DIRECTIONS:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Place frozen fruit (do not thaw) evenly in the bottom of a 9x13 baking pan.
In a medium sized bowl, lightly mix together the powdered cake mix and seltzer.
Pour over the frozen fruit and bake uncovered on center rack
for about 55-60 minutes or until golden brown.
Serve warm. Goes great with a scoop of ice cream on top.
Serves 9-12 people

UPDATE June 24, 2013

A commenter named Angelia Huntley was kind enough to post this...

Well mine just came out of the oven I used fresh blueberries and Sparling Blackberry Raspberry flavor Seltzer water. The berries burst with goey flavor and the cake light and delicious. This is a keeper cant wait to try with canned peaches.

put the berries in botton of my glass pan mixed the seltzer and white cake mix topped the berries with the cake mix and baked for about 35 40 min um um good


So for everyone who asked if this can be made with fresh fruit instead of frozen, the answer is a big YES! Thank you Angelia Huntley!

*~*~*~*~* UPDATE *~*~*~*~*
Sept. 6, 2013

I am so happy to announce that this recipe was chosen as one of the 'Top 10 Recipes for August 2013' on the All Free Casserole Recipes website! It was one of the 10 most popular recipes in their Newsletter! Check out that site and subscribe to their Newsletter to receive all their delicious casserole recipes, free, to your email inbox.

 

149 comments:

  1. mmmmmm! will have to try it son!

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    1. what is seltzer and where do u get it?

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    2. Seltzer is just carbonated water. You can find it in the soda isle in the grocery store. =)

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    3. I think not mixing the liquid and the cake mix together makes it more like a dump cake and that is good also.

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    4. I tried that, but it didn't work at all! The cake mix stayed powdery on top of the cobbler. I was hoping it would be a like a crumble or a crisp. But try it that way and let me know what you think! =)

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    5. A true cobbler is made from a pie crust, not a cake mix. I'm not saying this won't be good, but it should be called something else, not cobbler.

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    6. I've never made a cobbler with a pie crust before! All the cobblers I've ever seen and made, have a crumb cake type of topping or a soft cake like topping. And if it's a very firm, dry, crumble it's usually called a 'Crisp' instead of a 'Cobbler' =)

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    7. Whoa I am so late seeing this! The cobblers that I used to know as a child all had a flaky - pie like crust. It was 'cobbled' together, nothing fancy...just pressed in place, fruit was added and then a top was put on. I remember the top had extra sugar added to make it glisten and it did not necessarily go to the edge.

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    8. Sounds delicious! You can't go wrong with fruit and cake...unless its a fruit cake...lol!

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    9. I would melt a stick of butter to pour over the top if just using the "dump" method. That way the top does come together in a more of a crumble way. I will try using the seltzer next time I make my version of this, which is 1 cup sugar, 1 cup flour, 1 cup milk, 1 tsp vanilla, mix together. Melt 1 stick butter in 9x13 casserole, dump in either fresh fruit or pie filling fruit (2 cans), then pour sugar/flour/milk/vanilla mixture on top. Do not stir. Bake at 350 for 35-45 minutes. I love your version and will try it very soon!

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    10. Eeeeeek...my arteries can't handle that much butter! But I bet it tastes really good! Please let me know how you like my version when you try it! Thank you so much! =D

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    11. I think it is more like what I always called Apple Betty, but with other fruit, than a cobbler.

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    12. I love apple brown betty's! But the apple betty's I've had always had a bread pudding kind of topping. You know, cubed sweetened bread. Yum!

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  2. My name is Jeana & I was wondering if you could use a chocolate cake & 7-up?

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    1. Hi Jeana! Yes, that should work! I just LOVE that idea! I'll be trying that next time, which will be this weekend! Thank you sooooo much for that idea! =D

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    2. :) I'm glad you loved the idea ... I didn't have a white cake ... I love to improvise ... sometimes lol

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    3. I had chocolate cake with cherries last week, delicious!

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    4. That's how I'm making it next time! I finally found frozen cherries! I'll be doing that over the weekend! I'm glad you liked it! =D

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  3. A devils food cake mix on top of strawberries! I bet that would be great...and yes 7-UP I think would be best with it :)
    I'll be watching to see your post on how it turned out!

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    1. YUM!!! Or cherries and chocolate cake! But I'll still use seltzer because I don't like it to be too sweet! =D

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    2. well I have frozen fresh blackberries ... I love the strawberry & cherry options too :)

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    3. I just made this again but used chocolate cake mix and frozen red raspberries! It was soooo good! I think its my new fav! I couldn't find frozen cherries, but I know that would be REALLY good with choc cake also! =D

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  4. Are you the same Lillian who posts on Just a pinch? I will be using this for the Senior Center I cook for, this is something easy to have on hand and put together. Thanks for sharing

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    1. Yes, but I haven't posted there in a while because I've been so busy with my blog! Please comeback and let me know how you liked this! =D

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    2. EXCELLENT!~!~

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  5. Can use a gluten free cake mix?

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    1. I'm not too sure about that because I'm not familiar with gluten free products! As long it reacts and bakes the same way as regular cake mix, it should be fine!

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  6. What is seltzer??

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    1. Seltzer is basically a non sugar carbonated beverage! Just like soda but no coloring or sugar!

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  7. We have been cooking this for 30 years...cake mix on top of a can of blueberry pie filling...nothing else...delicious for sure!

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    1. Canned fruit and a dry cake mix are normally called a "dump cake" because you literally dump it all in the pan...no seltzer or any other liquid other then what is in the fruit. I've been making dump cakes for years but I will be trying this version with the seltzer soon!

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    2. But with a dump cake you won't have the separation of layers! The fruit will just be mixed into the cake! Please let me know how you like this after you try it! Thanks Pamela! =D

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    3. My recipe that is sort of similar to this: Put two cans of pie filling on the bottom of a 9 x 13 pan. Spread a dry cake mix over it, then thinly slice two sticks of butter and arrange evenly over the top. Bake until browned and all cake mix is moist, about 45 minutes at 350. My favorite is peach pie filling and spice cake mix.

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  8. I have made this before and agree that you need to mix the powder and liquid together first or you get dry clumps. Also, do not make this in an aluminum pan as the acid in the berries will pit the metal. I haven't tried it in non-stick, but would recommend going with glass!

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    1. Thank you so much! That's good to know! I used a glass baking pan! =D

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  9. i made with lemon cake mix,mixed berries and 7up

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    1. My sister made it that way also and loved it! =D

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    2. can you use diet 7 up?

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    3. Yes, I think that's the way the original recipe was written, but my family doesn't like diet soda, so I made it with seltzer. =)

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  10. do you have to make the cake mix first...or do you add the seltzer and just the mix ....no eggs nothing...

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    1. Yes, you just add the seltzer to the boxed cake mix! No adding anything else! That's the cool part! It's so easy! Thanks for checking it out! I hope you'll try it! =D

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  11. Does it have to be frozen fruits or can I use fresh?

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    1. I've never tried it with fresh fruit! I guess it could work but the baking time will probably be less! =)

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  12. Sounds delicious have to make it. Thanks for the recipe

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  13. You would not have the liquid if you used fresh fruit.

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    1. That's a good point, but the 12 oz. of seltzer might be just enough! And probably need less baking time! =)

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  14. So enjoy recipes that minimize #of ingredients-makes life a lot "sweeter". Thank you.

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    1. Yes, I agree, simpler is ALWAYS better! Thanks! =)

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  16. What is seltzer? Do you mean a bottle of pop with fizz?

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    1. Seltzer is also like club soda...its soda without the coloring and sugar. Just carbonated water. =)

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  17. If the frozen fruit has liquid in the container.... should it be drained> if so how much is too much liquid... like frozen strawberries>>

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    1. The frozen fruit shouldn't have any liquid because it's frozen...lol! The frozen fruit I used was in a plastic bag and the frozen fruit was able to be dumped into the baking pan and spread out. This cobbler is baked while the fruit is frozen. I hope you'll try it! =)

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    2. When the frozen fruit thaws, it does cause liquid because of it being froze. If you leave frozen fruit out in a small bowl when it thaws there will be juice/water in the bottom of the bowl. At least that I have used does. I have even froze my own fruit and it comes out the same way when thawed.

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    3. Yes, that's true, but with this recipe you do not thaw the fruit. It gets baked while the fruit is still frozen. That's the beauty of this recipe! But I think I'll edit to recipe to emphasize using the fruit while it's still frozen. Thanks! =D

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  18. Would canned pie filling work??

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    1. It might be a lot sweeter with the pie filling and the baking time might have to be changed since the fruit is not frozen. If you try it please let me know because other commenters are wondering the same thing! Thanks! =)

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    2. I used a can of blueberries and had some canned pineapple rings ( six of them) that I placed on top of the blueberries, and it turned out great!! I used white cake mix, and used orange crush for the pop. The flavor combination was amazing!! Baked it for 55 minutes. After the first 20 minutes at 350, I turned the oven down to 325 for the remaining 35 minutes. Thanks for sharing this recipe, my fiance is a sweet lover!! I will definitely make this again and experiment with different flavors. :)

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    3. I'm so glad to hear it works with canned fruit also! I love the flavor combo you used...yum! Maybe I'll try canned apple pie filling next time! I just made it with chocolate cake mix and frozen red raspberries...also yummy! I love that this recipe is so versatile! Thank you so much for letting me know how it worked for you! That is truly appreciated! I'm so glad you loved it! =D

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    4. Thank you so much for sharing such an incredible recipe!! Oh the chocolate cake with the raspberries sounds awesome!! Will have to try that one for sure!! I was thinking apple pie filling with spice cake.. the possibilities are endless!!

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    5. Thank you so much!!! And I just LOVE the spice cake with apple filling idea!!! I forgot that they sell boxed spice cake mix!!! Very cool idea! Thank you for mentioning that! =D

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    6. I have made this without the seltzer and used cannd apple or Cherry pie filling, cakemix and a stick of melted butter!! It is of course very rich and so the seltzer would probably be as good and not as many calories!!! sounds good!!

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    7. Yes Keltie, it's much lighter with the seltzer, but still a very satisfying dessert! I hope you'll try it! Thanks! =D

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  19. I am going to try this with a sugar-free cake mix. Being Diabetic, I am always looking for "legal" desserts. Thanks for the recipe!

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    1. That's a great idea! Let me know how it works! Thanks! =D

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  20. Do I prepare the cake mix or just dry mix with seltzer?

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    1. Nope, nothing to prepare...just the powdered cake mix and seltzer! That's the beauty of this recipe! It's so incredibly easy and delicious! =D

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    2. Ok thank you n seltzer is 7up?

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    3. You could use 7-Up but I used seltzer because it was too sweet for me with the 7-Up. Seltzer is just carbonated water without sugar or coloring!

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  21. Oops.....just made this, but, used regular cake directions & dumped it over the berries.....lol!!! All bcuz I couldn't find the recipe....from now on I will "share" any recipe I think I wsnt to try!!!! Haven't tried it yet, but, I bet it's way too heavy!!!!!!!

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    1. That's okay...it will probably be very good! You will just have a lot more cake on top of the fruit! I hope you try it my way next time! I'm making this again on Monday and I'm going to use a chocolate cake mix with frozen red raspberries, as mentioned by another commenter! =D

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    1. Hi Stephanie! Seltzer is just carbonated water. Also known as club soda! Easily found in grocery stores in the soda isle. =)

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    2. is self serve the same as avaion water?

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    3. Hi Roxie! I'm not familiar with those types of water, but as long as it's carbonated it will work. =)

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  23. I was looking for something very simple for dessert and stumbled across your blog. I am headed out now to by the ingredients because this is so easy and sounds delish!

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    1. Great! Please comeback and let me know how you liked it! =D

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  24. Well mine just came out of the oven I used fresh blueberries and Sparling Blackberry Raspberry flavor Seltzer water. The berries burst with goey flavor and the cake light and delicious. This is a keeper cant wait to try with canned peaches.

    put the berries in botton of my glass pan mixed the seltzer and white cake mix topped the berries with the cake mix and baked for about 35 40 min um um good

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    1. Thank you so much Angelia for letting me know how it works with fresh fruit since lots of commenters were wondering about that! I'm so glad you like it! I'm going to mention what you just said in the recipe post!

      Thanks again! =D

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  25. I tried this and it was good, but I was wondering if it can be made with just a pre-made pie crust for the topping? I like the idea of not adding any additional sweets/fats to the filling, but in my house we like the taste of the crispy pie crust topped cobbler. What do you think? Can I just put a pie crust on top of frozen berries and get a good result?

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    1. I'm not too sure if the pie crust will burn before the berries are cooked down. Plus it won't really be a cobbler anymore! I will just be a berry pie without a bottom crust! But if you try it please let me know how it worked out for you! Thanks for checking it out! =D

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    2. If your just looking for something different try pre-made crescent rolls pinch them together till you can make a thin layer on a cookie sheet. Then put blueberry topping spread thin then mix 1 8oz block of cream cheese with 1/2 cup of powdered sugar and layer that on top of the blueberries then top with the remaining crescent rolls. Should only use 1 can of 8 crescent rolls. Bottom layer will go from side to side of the pan and I cut the top in strips and made a lattice pie like top. Turns out great but can't sit long or the bottom crust turns soggy. :) just an idea!

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    3. Oh, that does sound good! Like a blueberry cheese Danish! Yum! I think I will try that! And I'm sure it would be great with any kind of fruit! Thank you so much for sharing that! I would love to know your name so I can give you credit when I post it! =D

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    4. Jennifer Foote but I got the idea from facebook I just added the blueberry pie filling instead of making a cinnamon and sugar crumb topping.

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    5. That's okay! I'd still like to mention who gave me the idea! Thank you so much Jennifer! =D

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  26. I have made this for years! It is a camping favorite. We do it in a cast iron dutch oven over charcoal or coals. We use can of any pie filling on bottom, cake mix,can of 7-up and sprinkle brown sugar on top!!

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    1. Wow...this is a really nice dessert for a camping trip! You aren't roughing it when you go camping, are you! =D

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  27. Do you make the cake with the ingredients that the cake calls for or no?

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    1. Nope! That's the beauty of this recipe! Just un-made cake mix, seltzer and frozen fruit! =D

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  28. I wonder if anyone has made this gluten free? It looks so good and I would love to try it but am wheat, dairy and egg free.

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    1. Hi Skooter! No one here has mentioned making it gluten free yet, but I'm sure it would work fine! You just need to use a gluten free cake mix. If you do, please comeback and let me know how you liked it! Thanks! =D

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  29. Gosh, you are a patient woman for having to answer the same questions over and over! I don't know the difference between sparkling water and seltzer water, so I tried this with LaCroix berry sparkling water which I had on hand and frozen blueberries, and it was outstanding! Thanks so much!

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    1. lol...I don't mind answering the same questions over and over! I'm sure lots of people are asking because they haven't read the comments! Which I don't blame them because it would take longer to read every comment than it would take to make this cake! But I think I will edit the ingredients to mention 'carbonated water' =D

      I'm so glad it worked for you with the sparkling water! Thank you so much for trying it and for your sweet comments! =D

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    2. I was thinking the samething about having to answer the same questions over and over. With all recipes I read the comments because if I do have questions they are answered in the comments. Love this recipe and will be trying it over the holidays. Thank you!!

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    3. Wow! That is a lot of comments to read! Thank you for doing that! I'm so glad you're going to try this! Please come back and let me know how you liked it! =D

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  30. Thank you. This looks incredible.

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  31. If I was to make this in my slow cooker, on high, how long would it take and would it be any good?

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    1. Hi Susanne! I wish I could answer that for you but I'm not sure because I've never made a cobbler in my slow cooker...but I have seen other cooks do that and it sounds very interesting! I'm sure it could work but you just need the correct time/temp. try and Google that question. I'm sure you'll find others who tried it and know exactly how to do that! If you do that please comeback and let me know! Thanks! =D

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  32. In the oven now, can't wait to try it. I used a sugar free yellow cake mix, mixed berries, (blueberries, raspberries and blackberries)and a can of diet ginger ale. I also added some toasted walnuts and a teaspoon of almond extract.

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  33. Thank you so much for trying it! I love the changes you made! =D

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  34. When I made this the first time. I melted a stick of butter and pour it all over the dry cake mix. Later on I made it with the dry cake mix and used a 12 oz. diet seven-up. L like it any way you fix it. I got the recipe from Weight watcher friend and was 4 points plus for one serving.

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    1. Wow...a stick of butter! That must taste amazing, but my arteries would hate me! Yes, this recipe is very versatile! Weight Watchers has some great recipes! =D

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  35. How do you print the recipes? Is this print friendly. Thanks

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    1. On my left side bar you will see a green 'Print Friendly' button. I wish I was more tech savvy because I'd love to have a 'recipe print card' for each recipe! =D

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    1. I hope you'll try it...we are in love with this easy dessert! I'm planning on making an apple spice version that one of my readers mentioned! =D

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  37. I made it with fresh blueberries and wild berry seltzer water,and baked it for 55 minutes, and it came out perfect. It was delicious.

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    1. I'm so glad you liked it! Thank you so much for letting me know! That is always very appreciated! =D

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  38. I made mine with apple pie filling and a spice cake

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    1. Yum...I'm trying that combo next time! Thanks! =D

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  39. Good morning. I tried your 3 ingredient cobbler. I must have done something wrong, (cant imagine what.) I used frozen blackberries and lemon-lime selzer water. baked it for approximately 60 minutes in a convection oven. I wasn't sure what the topping was to look like. I assumed it would be like a sponge type cake, Instead it was like a pie crust top.

    Please advise.

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    Brooksville, Fl

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    1. Hi Peggy! You just used the 3 ingredients? You didn't prepare the boxed cake mix? Just mixed the powdered cake mix with the seltzer and poured it over the frozen fruit? The topping should look like cake. Not like a sponge cake. It should look like my photo. I'm glad you tried it! I hope you liked it! =D

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  40. Your recipe was delicious. Just need to find out how the crust is supposed to be.

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    1. The finished product has a cake like topping! I'm so glad you liked it! =D

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  41. Think I'm going to make this tonight for dessert with peaches! Thanks for sharing

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  42. I JUST made this recipe with spice cake and apple pie filling. IT IS DELICIOUS!!! I used 2 cans of pie filling (total 42 or so oz, one can barely covered the bottom of the 9x13 pan) and for the liquid mix I used 3/4 cup plain carbonated mineral water and 3/4 cup 7up (equals 1.5 cups or 12 oz) I baked it in a glass pan on 350 for about 45 minutes- I checked it at 35-40 and the cake was still slightly under-cooked. My daughter picked out cherry filling and confetti cake mix with 7 up, can't wait to make that next! THANK YOU so much for this super easy recipe! I will be making this year'round!!!!

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    1. Hi Ashley! I'm so happy you loved this! I'm trying the apple/spice cobbler next time! And I love your daughters idea of the confetti cake...no one has thought of that one yet! Great idea!!! I'm so glad you'll be making this often! I've made it about 5 times myself! Thank you so much for feedback! =D

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  43. How do you print the recipes? I don't see a print friendly button. Thanks

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    1. Hi Gayle1 I'm sorry but I don't have a print friendly button. I don't know how to get one on this blog. I've looked everywhere but can't figure out how to get one. The best way to print out my recipes is to copy & paste it into Word and print from Word. Or you can use the email feature on each of my posts to email the recipe to yourself and print it from your email. Thank you so much for your interest! I hope this helps!

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    2. I just found a 'Print Friendly' button for my blog! You can now print easily print recipes! =D

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  44. Can you use a can of mixed berry pie filling for this recipe?

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    1. Yes you can! The commenter above, named Ashley, used 2 cans equalling 42 oz. of canned pie filling and baked the cobbler for 45 minutes, instead of 55-60,as when using frozen fruit. I hope you'll come back and let me know how you liked it! =D

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  45. My 17-year-old son just made the blueberry version. The dessert tastes nice and light, like a healthy snack. I don't feel guilty for eating it even if it may not be as healthy as I need it to be. Glad we tried it. Now we won't mind experimenting.

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    1. Yes, that's exactly how I feel about this delicious cobbler! Not too unhealthy considering it's a dessert! And it's so easy, which is a huge plus! I'm so glad your son tried it! I hope you'll have fun trying other flavors! Thank you so much for commenting! =D

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  46. hi..so i can use white cake mix, blueberry from the can and 7up?thanks

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    1. Yes you can. It will just be very sweet made that way. Let me know how you liked it...thanks! =D

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    2. Oh, and you will also probably need bake it less because you're not using frozen fruit. About 35-40 minutes should be fine.

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  47. I just made this today with yellow cake mix and frozen blueberries and when I took it out of the oven I sprinkled cinnamon and sugar on top...very good!

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    1. I'm so glad you tried it and liked it! I like your gourmet touch with the cinnamon and sugar on top! Thank you so much for letting me know! That is so very appreciated! =D

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  48. I'm thinking I want to try strawberries with chocolate cake mix with white chocolate drizzled on top

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    1. I know that will be perfect! I also tried this with chocolate cake and raspberries...we loved it, but the white chocolate drizzle will just put it over the top! Yum! Great idea! =D

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  49. Made this tonight with fresh blueberries, a white cake mix and diet vanilla cream soda. It was awesome. Next time I'm going with pineapple cake mix and canned pineapple.

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    1. Thank you...I'm glad you liked it! Nice touch with the cream soda! What kind of soda will you use with the pineapple?

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  50. I am going to try blueberries w/ butterpecan cake and vanilla cream soda. I dont havea problem with sweetness. I hope it turns out good

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    1. Oh Wow!!! That sounds like a heavenly combination! I love butter pecan ice cream and cookies so I know that will be good! Please let me know how it turns out! Thanks! =D

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  51. More then three ingredients if you look at the side of the cake box.

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    1. But don't follow the cake box directions. The cake mix only gets mixed with the seltzer. Nothing else. =)

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  52. I agree with many of the other comments in that I wouldn't call this a cobbler... but no matter what you call it, it sounds DELICIOUS! I'd call it Devoured! ^_~ And yes... SO many possibilities for playing around with this recipe.

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  53. I made this tonight, it was very good. Better then I thought it would turn out. I used Saskatoon berries and rhubarb with lemon lime spritzer, Next time I'm going to add something like granola for a bit more crunch. Thanks so much for this recipe. Debbie

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    1. Hi Debbie! I'm so glad liked this! The granola sounds like a great idea! Now I'm going to Google 'Saskatoon Berries' because I never heard of them...lol! Thank you so much for letting me know! Comeback and let me know how the granola worked! =D

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  54. This recipe sound's so absolutely YUMMY and it's EASY too, what more could you ask for! I was thinking about maybe using Pear's or Pineapple with white cake mix and 7-up. These are favorite's of my family and will make a nice surprise one night. Thank's for a great time saver!!!!

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