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I had a one pound package of strawberries that I needed to use so decided to try this recipe. Sliced all the strawberries (approx 3 cups). Chopped up 6 cups of rhubarb, and reduced the sugar to 1 1/2 cups since I had so many more strawberries. The rest of the recipe remained the same. PERFECT! This was delicious! Served with vanilla ice cream. Would definitely make again.
My husband loves strawberry rhubarb pie requests one every year. This time I didn't have time to make a pie crust so decided to try a cobbler. He LOVED it. It was a hit. I cut recipe in half and added 1 more cup strawberries (frozen and fresh mixed) It was awesome. Thanks for this recipe!
Use any fruit the strawberries were wonderful (we use chandlers this time of year) but a mixed fruit of peaches strawberries cherries and blue or blackberries is better. I used Truvia for the brown sugar (same amount 1/4 the sugar) and Udi's granola (1/2 the carbs and sugars) and this can be healthy for everyone in the family.