3-Ingredient Summer Fruit Cobbler

3-Ingredient Summer Fruit Cobbler

3-Ingredient Summer Fruit Cobbler
3-Ingredient Summer Fruit Cobbler
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It's hard to believe how incredibly easy this 3-Ingredient Summer Fruit Cobbler is to prepare, but it really is this simple to throw together an awesome fruit cobbler dish, especially when you have the help of a trusty box of cake mix! Using the fruit of your choice and a lemon-lime soda pop to give your cobbler just the right amount of added flavor, you can create one of the most deliciously fruity summer desserts you'll ever have the pleasure of tasting. After just an hour in the oven your cobbler treat will be ready to eat and you won't be able to stop at just one serving!

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I recently made a similar cobbler recipe with canned peaches and Funfetti cake mix. I like to make this cobbler recipe with frozen mixed berries and with frozen cherries. Cobblers are wonderful, warm out of the oven. But then, of course, I want to eat my serving with vanilla ice cream!

For this recipe do you use a cake mix that you do not have to add eggs, oil or water? I don't know if I have seen any cake mixes where you only add water or liquid such as soda. I love cobbler. I will have to give this a try.

cake mixes are really versatile. Fresh fruit, canned fruit, or pie filling will all work. The juice can be used as part of your liquid used or thickened with an agent (corn starch) for a pie filling consistency. I suggest sprinkling the fruit with some of the cake mix for a better consistency and even baking. The heat also seems to be better distributed for this dessert using a flat pan such as a 9x 13 cake pan.

Do you use can fruit or can fruit pie filling? If you use can fruit do you drain the juice off the fruit or do you need to thicken the juice?

Raspberry or blackberries sounds good but it seems they would have to be sweeten first.

Can you use caned peache's

can i use fresh berries?

Do you thaw out the berries first?

I didn't thaw out and the recipe is okay. It's not bad I would do it again and maybe not make it in a bundt cake pan. There was still a couple dry clumps here and there so next time I would sift the cake package first. But pretty easy and my kids loved it!


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