Red Velvet-Berry Cobbler

  • PaulaJager Posted: 07/05/12
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    WOW! Perfect for the 4th of July (or anytime in the summer).

  • diva21 Posted: 07/16/12
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    This was delicious. The cream cheese ice cream is the perfect compliment for the cobbler. The whole pan was gone in minutes and my kids asked me to make it again tomorrow.

  • AngusB Posted: 07/20/12
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    Yummy!! This was the best Cobbler recipe I have used in years! This will be my go to recipe for cobbler for now on. I also didn't use the red food coloring as I didn't have any. And I used Peaches (which were very ripe), blueberries and strawberries and they worked perfectly! Can't wait to try the Switch Up recipe Chocolate-Cherry!

  • Teribaker Posted: 07/13/14
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    I made the chocolate version using fresh sweet cherries. Based on input used a 9x13 pan, which worked great. should use more corn starch the sauce was too thin. I was hoping for a richer flavor, I might add more cocoa powder if I do this again or add chocolate chips to the batter.

  • Linda5 Posted: 07/07/13
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    Served for 4th of July and everyone loved it! Delicious taste! Didn't have an ice cream freezer - used regular vanilla from store. It worked fine. One thing...I used the correct size cooking dish but the berries bubbled through the cake. I should have put a pan below in case this happened but didn't. I had to take the cobble out (1/2 way through cooking), cut off and clean the burned juice off the bottom of the oven. Once the oven was clean, I finished cooking and it turned out fine! To avoid this, I'll use a larger dish next time...and a pan to catch any over flow. Also, it serves more than 6 -8 servings. We served 7 and had half left. I warmed it in the microwave and served the rest (6 more servings) the following day. Still outstanding!


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