Nectarine Cobbler With Blueberry Muffin Crust

  • elliewe Posted: 06/11/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    The blueberry muffin crust is subpar. Use a different recipe.

  • kitchenren Posted: 03/10/11
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    This was a great cobbler recipe, loved the muffin crust. Very pretty, too. I substituted the peach pie filling for the nectarines. Was good warm and also wonderful served cold for breakfast!

  • alwayssunscreen Posted: 06/29/11
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    I wasn't a big fan of the outcome of this reipe. Pretty easy to make though. My husband and neighbor LOVED it though (probably would have given it four stars). I used fresh peaches and wanted to use blackberries, but they went bad while I wasn't looking so I used some frozen blueberries. I thought it was okay, but the other two loved it!

  • TinyMom Posted: 08/03/13
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    Okay...first I must qualify my 4 star rating; it is based on the fact that I added cinnamon to the nectarines and then had Breyer's Slow Churned Vanilla Bean ice cream when served. Also, I cooked the recipe at a location over 7,000 ft. and didn't make any adjustments to the recipe for elevation. In spite of the elevation, the blueberry muffin actually cooked up quite well after adding an additional 10 minutes for browning. I used fresh blueberries and very ripe (very ripe) nectarines. I love the flavors of the blueberries and nectarines together and will probably make this recipe again.

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