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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