Monday, November 23, 2009

Berry Cookie Cobbler

With Thanksgiving coming up this week,
Some of you might be looking at a way to ease the burden
of all the cooking you are going to be doing.
If you are looking for a shortcut on something,
this is it!
This is the one of the EASIEST recipe I have made!
My sister in law Kuki got this off of the Food Network
and brought it to one of our family dinners.
It was and is SO GOOD!
Serve it up with a little ice cream,
and there you have your shortcut for Berry Pie!
Berry Cookie Cobbler
1 21 oz can apple pie filling
2 bags 12 oz frozen berry medley, thawed
1/3 cup sugar
1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1 tube sugar cookie dough
Preheat oven to 350*
In a bowl, combine the berries, apples and cinnamon and sugar.
Mix well.
Pour into a ungreased 9x13 pan.
I take the cookie dough a little at a time and flatten it and lay it over the berries.
That way it leaves a nice even layer over the berries.
Bake in the over for 45 minutes.

Let it rest, but serve warm with ice cream.
So, so easy.
And it is really good too!

7 comments:

  1. This looks really good. I can imagine it perfectly with vanilla ice cream. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I need to take a cobbler to the ward Christmas party. Here it is!

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  3. It is so easy and good...let me know what you think Connie!

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  4. And yes Melissa, the ice cream is perfect!

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  6. I've had this recipe in my to-try for a LONG time now, but haven't yet tried it. It looks so good (and simple!).

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  7. It's also fun to make in individual ramekins. I use about 8, put them on a baking sheet in case there's any spills and viola....individual servings. Yummm!

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