Are you looking for a great dessert recipe that even your mother-in-law will compliment you on? Then you want to try this Crock Pot Cherry Cobbler from Gooseberry Patch’s Everyday Slow Cooker.
Aunt Lou here.
So my mother-in-law was up. Michael and I were going to look at a house we are interested in buying, so she was hanging out with the kids while we were gone. While we were at the house, I got a text from her. It said, “Can I have some cobbler?” Now, the sarcastic side of me wanted to tease her and say no, but we were a bit busy, so I told her of course!
When we got home, I got my mother-in-law’s stamp of approval for my Crock Pot Cherry Cobbler. I think I’ll convince her one of these days that I can cook. 😉
Crock Pot Cherry Cobbler
Now if you look for this recipe in Everyday Slow Cooker, you aren’t going to find it…exactly. I may have did some tweaking on it to make it what I wanted it to be.
It started out as a peach cobbler, and I wanted cherry. But the first time I tried it, it didn’t turn out at all like I wanted. It was also too small for my new casserole crock, so again…I made some adjustments.
In the end, it turned out the perfect size and pretty tasty…just ask my mother-in-law.
- 2 15 oz cherry pie filling
- 2/3 c biscuit baking mix
- 1 1/3 c old fashioned oats uncooked
- 1 c brown sugar packed
- Optional: vanilla ice cream
Spray your crock pot with cooking spray
Spread your pie filling evenly across the bottom of your crock pot
Mix together your baking mix, oats and brown sugar
Sprinkle evenly on top of your pie filling
Cover and cook on low for 5-6 hours
To crisp up the top, take off the lid for the last 30 minutes
Serve it up warm with some vanilla ice cream
Slow Cooker Recommendation
This Crock Pot Cherry Cobbler was perfect for my 9 x13 casserole slow cooker made by Crock Pot. You can use your favorite 5-6 quart slow cooker or you can half the recipe and put it in a 3 quart.
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