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Fruit Cobbler from Mott's®

Rated as 4.05 out of 5 Stars
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"Full of peaches, pears, blueberries and applesauce, this cobbler bakes up warm and bubbly! It's a comfort food you can feel good about serving your family and friends!"
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Ingredients

servings 237
Original recipe yields 8 servings

Directions

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  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. In a deep 9-inch square baking pan, add the peaches, pears, blueberries and 2 cups applesauce.
  2. In a separate bowl, mix 2 cups pancake/biscuit mix with 1 cup applesauce. Spread the mixture over the fruit. Sprinkle with sugar.
  3. Bake 35-45 minutes or until the top is brown and sides are bubbling.

Footnotes

  • Serving Suggestions:
  • Serve either warm or cold with a dollop of fat-free topping.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 237 calories; 0.7 56.2 3.5 0 488 Full nutrition

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My family went nuts over this recipe. My husband walked in the door after work salivating at the smell of it cooking in the oven! I was very skeptical about how this would taste using the apple...

Most helpful critical review

We all thought was just okay. Without any added sugar in the filling, I think it at least needs sweetened applesauce. After we added quite a bit of whipped cream it was better, but still not a...

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My family went nuts over this recipe. My husband walked in the door after work salivating at the smell of it cooking in the oven! I was very skeptical about how this would taste using the apple...

I was fairly impressed with this recipe. Considering it uses canned peaches and pears, and I used frozen blueberries, it came out tasting pretty darn fresh. Winter's coming and that means sky-...

I made this recipe just as stated except used all canned peaches, as I don't really like canned pears. This was so easy to make--my 2 year-old even "helped." We ate it warm with a scoop of vanil...

Yummy treat! I made a half recipe in a glass loaf pan. I did not grease the pan but it came out just fine. Used frozen blueberries and took the advise of other reviewers to reduce the applesa...

We all thought was just okay. Without any added sugar in the filling, I think it at least needs sweetened applesauce. After we added quite a bit of whipped cream it was better, but still not a...

I thought this tasted fare. For the fruit I used 1 cup of frozen defrosted blueberries and 1 cup each packed of chopped mangoes and pears. Because I didn't have canned, I added 2 Tablespoons of ...

Delicious and comforting. Super easy to make. My only issue was that the ratio of filling to topping seems off; we had a lot of dough on top, and each serving of biscuit didn't seem to have enou...

Oh, Motts! I love you...but, this was a hard recipe to embrace -- I think the fruit mixture needs less applesauce, and perhaps fresh fruit instead of canned...and maybe less topping since it wa...

Very good for how easy it was! I used peaches and pears in juice, and unsweetened applesauce. I liked it, but it wasn't very sweet- we thought it would be a little better if the peaches were i...