March 26, 2009

Foodie Friday

This is my first time participating in Foodie Friday hosted by Ms. Gollum. While my receipe is not creative or took lots of time to make, it's quick and best of all, GOOD!

Check out her blog for other Foodie Friday entries.




Hubby and I both love desserts with lots of fruit - we kid ourselves into thinking they're not very fattening! I found this Berry Cobbler at the commissary one day while shopping with my mom. Unfortunately, I have not found it in any local grocery stores but maybe you can. So, whenever I go to the commissary, I stock up on several of these - they go quick!





It couldn't be easier. Spray your casserole dish with Pam then put in the fruit filling.





Then take the cobbler mix and one egg. Mix that together until it's lumpy.




While you are mixing your cobbler mix and egg, microwave 3/4 stick butter (or oleo).




Top the berries with the cobbler mixture. You have to work at spreading it around a little bit cause it's so lumpy! Then pour the melted butter on top of that.




Bake the cobbler at 350 degrees for 30-45 min. (depending on your oven).





We always top ours off with either non-fat Cool Whip or vanilla ice cream. Either way, it's delish! (wish I had some now......)





25 comments:

marty39 said...

Oh it looks sooooo good. What a great recipe. I love fast and easy. Hugs, Marty

PAT said...

Judy this looks delicious. I'm going to have a look around here, to see if I can find it!

Deb said...

Hi Judy! you're right it's quick and it looks so tasty! Deb

bj said...

OOOO, Judy...this looks waaay good...I haven't seen it in our groc. stores...wonder if we can order it on line.?
Yummy....

ellen b. said...

Oh I'm sure that all the calories get baked right out of this delicious looking treat!!

Susan said...

That looks wonderful. I will give that one a try. Thanks!

xinex said...

Loks so simple and so good. I hope I can find that in a local grocery. I buy their waffle mix and it makes the best Belgian waffles....Christine

susan said...

This looks great. I make lemon and key lime bars made by this same company--just from the local Kroger!

justabeachkat said...

I've tried the lemon bar made by that company and was a little disappointed, but this looks delish. I haven't been by in awhile since we were out of town for over two weeks, but I've had some fun tonight catching up with you. I love the way your dining room turned out. Very very nice.

Hugs!
Kat

Barb @ GritsandGlamour said...

There is nothing wrong with easy. We all need easy these days. I love cobblers and dump cakes and fruit desserts, too. Isn't "wine" considered a fruit dessert? LOL
Thanks for sharing - it looks yummy. Blessings, Barb

Diane @ Four Paws and Co said...

Yummm, I wish I had some right now too! ☺ Diane

Lazy Mom Leslie said...

Those Krusteaz mixes are always good! I haven't seen that one yet, I'll have to look for it.

Amy said...

Looks good enough to be homemade. The dinner guests never need know, right?

amy@maisonbelle

Bama Belle said...

Me to! It sounds wonderful! Thanks for telling us about that mix. I am going to look at the grocery this afternoon!

Gollum said...

This is a perfect dessert. I have seen that mix at the grocery but whizzed right by it. This is why I love sharing recipes--so much knowledge is passed on, and the joy is replicated when people bake the dessert.

Chandy said...

Oh, I wish I can find that! We love us some cobbler over here!

Melissa Miller said...

Judy this sounds delicious and so easy!

I have access to the commissary so I will look for it.
Thank you for sharing.

~Happy Spring to you!
~Melissa :)

PS I am now following your blog and have added you to my blogroll. I apologize for not doing it sooner.
I really thought I was already.
You're also welcome to follow mine as well!
I use the feature daily. :)

Linda said...

Hi Judy, I just started following your blog and you have so many interesting ideas. Love that cobbler! In a previous post I see that you painted silver teapots - wow! I wondered where you bought that bronze paint? Linda

Melissa Miller said...

Thanks Judy!
I appreciate that.
I'll be back to visit with you often. :)

Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer said...

Happy Foodie Friday! Have a great weekend ~ Susan

Cass @ That Old House said...

That looks terrific! Great recipe -- hope I can find that mix! Cass

Martha said...

I'm in the food biz - and I've got to tell you: Krusteaz ROCKS. They make great high-quality mixes!

Lisa said...

Krusteaz products have always been faves with us. I can't wait to eat the entire pan of cobbler...I mean, I am looking forward to baking a cobbler for my family. Thanks for the heads up on this mix.

Sherri said...

Judy, I love cobbler and you got my mouth water for one! Thanks for sharing!!

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