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Updated on January 1, 2017

Cherry Cobbler Dessert

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What You'll Need for Making Cherry Cobbler

Mixing Bowl, Spatula, Baking Dish, Can Opener, Can Cherry Filling, Can of Refrigerated Jumbo Biscuits.
Mixing Bowl, Spatula, Baking Dish, Can Opener, Can Cherry Filling, Can of Refrigerated Jumbo Biscuits. | Source

Cherry Cobbler for Baking Dummies

I'm not a big baker by a long shot, but this recipe is so easy, even I can make it. If you like cherries and a tasty dessert, this is the recipe for you. No worries if your not Martha Stewart in the kitchen; you'll be hailed a baking hero with this simple cobbler. My family went nuts when I served this a few nights ago. You only need 2 to 4 ingredients in your refrigerator to make this delectable cobbler. Enjoy!

Cherry Cobbler

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Health Benefits of Cherries

According to an article on the mercola site, there are several health benefits to eating cherries:

  • Antioxidant Protection. Cherries contain powerful antioxidants like anthocyanins and cyanidin. ...
  • Cancer-Preventive Compounds. ...
  • Reduce Inflammation and Your Risk of Gout. ...
  • Support Healthy Sleep (Melatonin) ...
  • Arthritis Pain Relief. ...
  • Reduce Belly Fat. ...
  • Reduce Post-Exercise Muscle Pain. ...
  • Lower Risk of Stroke.


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Ingredients

  • 1 (16.3 Ounce) Can Refrigerated Jumbo Biscuits
  • 1 (21 Ounce) Can of Cherry Pie Filling
  • 1/2 Cup Powdered Sugar, (Optional)
  • 1 Tablespoon Milk, (Optional)
  • Heaping Tablespoon Whipped Cream
  • 1 Cup Glass of Milk, Cold

Cook Time for Cherry Cobbler

Prep time: 5 min
Cook time: 25 min
Ready in: 30 min
Yields: Serves 8 People

Instructions for Cherry Cobbler

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Spray a 9 X 13 baking dish with non-stick cooking spray.
  3. Open can of biscuits and cut into fourths.
  4. Pour pie filling into large mixing bowl.
  5. Add cut up biscuit pieces to bowl; stir together until coated.
  6. Pour mixture into baking dish and spread evenly.
  7. Bake 25-30 minutes.
  8. If you choose to make a glaze-mix together the milk and powdered sugar. Drizzle over Cherry Cobbler when slightly cooled. (Optional)
  9. Add whip cream on top and scoop of ice cream on the side. (Optional) but highly recommended.

Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries

— Bob Fosse

Cherry Cobbler

If your anything like my family, you love a cold glass of milk with dessert.
If your anything like my family, you love a cold glass of milk with dessert. | Source

Cherry Cobbler Delight

I do hope you enjoy this simple recipe for Cherry Cobbler. As you can see in the instructions, it's up to your family how they want to top this dessert. You can either make the simple frosting/glaze, or you can skip that and top with whip cream. Ice cream on the side makes a perfect pairing. It's also nice to know that cherries have health benefits when your indulging in this delicious dessert.

© 2015 Linda Rogers

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  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    So glad your trying this version of your cherry crumb pie. It's super easy to make and my family went nuts over it. I thank you for sharing, voting, stars and awesome.

    Blessing back to you my friend :)

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    Rachel L Alba 

    3 years ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

    Hi Linda. I love cherry crumb pie with chocolate ice cream. That was my favorite dessert since childhood. This looks like a close second. It's a lot easier to make, so as soon as it cools off in my kitchen, I'll be making this cherry cobbler.

    Thanks for sharing, I gave it 5 stars, voted up and awesome.

    Blessings to you.

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    Aww, thanks for the votes and stars. Much appreciated! You're gonna love this tasty dessert.

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    FlourishAnyway 

    3 years ago from USA

    I could use this right now! Voted 5 stars and more. Yum!

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    Hi peachpurple-yep-the cans are found in our dairy section. We usually use them to make biscuits to go with dinners but now I have another way to eat them :)

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    peachy 

    3 years ago from Home Sweet Home

    those round thing are jumbo biscuits?? Never heard of it. Our biscuits are dry and in cans.

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    Already finished this batch but will send some next time. You will love them if you like cherries.

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    You are very welcome Alicia-I'm not a great baker but I sure looked like one with this easy recipe.

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    Clive Williams 

    3 years ago from Jamaica

    looks nice enough....never had that before....can you send some for me?

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    Linda Crampton 

    3 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

    This recipe sounds so easy! What a great way to use refrigerator biscuits. Thank you very much for the instructions.

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    Hi BP-glad my recipe on cherry cobbler has been a reminder to you. It is so easy!

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    Hey Billy-no worries- Tell Bev-When I made this recipe, it occurred to me you could probably use any filling of your choice. Good luck :)

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    Hi FaithReaper-aren't you just the poet with the Dummy says Yummy. LOL-I was so glad to find such an easy recipe-it even made me look like a baking pro-my family loved it and I felt like a real baker. Hee Hee

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    radhikasree-you may be tempted but I just had the last of it after lunch. LOL Glad my picture tempted you-what a compliment!

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    Hi drbj-Ha! love it, another baking dummy-no worries my friend-you can do this. Great to see you :)

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    breakfastpop 

    3 years ago

    I haven't made a cherry cobbler in years. Thanks to you the long wait is over!

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    Bill Holland 

    3 years ago from Olympia, WA

    Okay, so I don't like cherries. Now what?

    I'll give it to Bev....she'll love it for sure.

    Blessings always my friend

    bill

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    Faith Reaper 

    3 years ago from southern USA

    Oh, this dummy is saying yummy! I love how easy, yet delicious this recipe is and I know my family would love it. It would be gone it no time!

    Your photo is tempting.

    Up +++ pinning

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    Radhika Sreekanth 

    3 years ago from Mumbai,India

    This one seems to be a delicious dessert made with cherries. The photo is tempting me to have a bite of it.:)

    Up, beautiful and interesting.

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    drbj and sherry 

    3 years ago from south Florida

    I am the Queen of the Baking Dummies so you know how much I appreciate this easy-peasy cobbler recipe using biscuits. Who knew? Thanks for the recipe, m'dear.

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    My pleasure Rebecca-If I can bake this delicious dessert, anyone can. Thanks for coming by :)

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    Rebecca Mealey 

    3 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

    Looks great, and sounds really, really easy. Thanks!

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    You and I both Jackie-I love anything Cherry and always have cans of it on hand. Can't wait till you try it out. It is so easy but so delish! Great to see you :)

  • Minnetonka Twin profile imageAUTHOR

    Linda Rogers 

    3 years ago from Minnesota

    Yay! can't wait for an angel sighting tonight. I could use it. LOL

    So glad your excited about my easy peasy cherry cobbler. If I can do it, anyone can. I am not a baker. I can't wait to check out your hub on these biscuits. As I made this cobbler, it did cross my mind that there would be probably many ways to use these. Thx for coming by pstraubie.

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    Jackie Lynnley 

    3 years ago from The Beautiful South

    This is so fabulous! I love cherry cobbler and this is so quick and easy you can bet I will be making it very often! The biscuits it sounds like will taste like little dumplings soaked in cherry flavor!

    Can't wait to try this and I love the cherry so much I keep cans of it ahead always looking for new ways to fix it so thank you so much for coming to me! lol

    Up and shared.

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    Patricia Scott 

    3 years ago from sunny Florida

    Yes please. My weakness is sweets and cobblers are at the top of the list. I do so enjoy using the refrigerator biscuits (I did a hub about them) for so many uses.

    YUMMMM Cannot wait to try this. Angels are winging their way to you this evening ps Voted up++++

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