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Peach Raspberry Cobbler

Peach Raspberry Cobbler recipe
photo by:kraft
Two favorite fruits—peaches and raspberries—are topped with spoonfuls of an easy biscuit dough and baked into a warm, comforting dessert.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
2/19/2009
i made this using a mixture of whole wheat flour and regular flour for a healthier version..it was wonderful!
posted:
3/21/2007
This is so good, a 9x9 pan is not enough. I agree that the batter on top sould be doubled. I'm making this again today, but I'm going to double the whole for a 9x14 pan.
posted:
1/27/2007
My family and I absolutely loved this recipe.
posted:
8/7/2006
wow! this is the first cobbler i've made and it tasted incredible. i grow blueberries so i used them instead of the raspberries, but next time i will try raspberries.
posted:
9/22/2004
I am diabetic and cut sugar and carbs where I can. I made this recipe replacing 2/3 of the sugar with Splenda. It was a hit and I enjoyed a small serving without too much guilt!
posted:
6/21/2004
This is a great recipe,instead of fresh peaches i used bottled peaches & just drained off juice.I didnt have tapioca for thickening so i just used flour,and i omitted the water & just combined the peaches &berries in the pot at same time, berries were mushy but the flavor was awesome.
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1/9/2004
posted:
9/25/2003
I think there need to be a few more biscuits so I think I'll 1/2 that next time I make it. I used a little larger baking dish as it was quite juicy.
posted:
9/2/2003
It was made with 6 cups of peaches which made it extra peachy tasting and very juicey. My husband raved about it. I'll make it again today as peaches are still coming off the trees in California.
posted:
8/24/2003
Yes this was a great cobbler, my whole family loved it. I plain to make this at our next reunion. Thanks kraft.
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