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Fruit and Berry Cobbler

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Guys, it’s March. I don’t know what the climate is like where you live, but around here (Chicago), things are still pretty gray. And cold. And snowy.

Why do I still live in the Midwest?

I find myself in need of summer fruit.

But until the weather warms up and the first strawberry plants start to green up, frozen fruit will have to do. And frozen fruit is exactly what makes this fruit and berry cobbler – “baked” in your slow cooker, no less – a perfect dessert this time of year. I can start getting my fruit fix in even while there is still the potential for another blizzard at any moment. I wish I was kidding.

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Tuesday 3rd of June 2014

YUM! I love making cobblers in the crock-pot. They are so easy and you don't have to heat up the house in the summer!


Tuesday 3rd of June 2014

I know, the no-heat factor is such a plus!


Thursday 27th of March 2014

Can you use any other kind of juice? Also can you just use berries and no mango's and or peaches?


Thursday 27th of March 2014

You could definitely use all berries. For all berries I would suggest a berry-type juice (pom, cherry, blueberry), but apple would probably work just fine, too!


Tuesday 5th of March 2013

Oh I hear you.... NH is about the same as Chicago weather wise. I could go for some berry cobbler... it reminds me of summer!


Monday 4th of March 2013

Giiiiiiiiiiiiiiirly! Come hang with me on the west coast! It's been crazy sunny this whole winter (which is bad because we haven't gotten enough precipitation but it's been gorgeous...T-shirt weather lately!). Your cobbler looks insane-o delicious and I still need to try that TJ's fro yo!


Monday 4th of March 2013

Oh you temptress! If I had any extra money I would be out there in no time!

Maggie @ A Bitchin' Kitchen

Monday 4th of March 2013

I've been wanting snow all winter here in VA, but we haven't had more than flurries. Now I'm ready for spring, and they're calling for a snowstorm on Wednesday. I can't win! I love fruit desserts - this looks amazing!