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Instead of preparing this with all the dry ingretients and vanilla - just put the can of cherry pie filling in the bottom then spread a box of Jiffy yellow or white cake mix on top (DON'T mix anything in with it - just dump the dry mix on top) then pour on 1/2 to 1 c. milk and 1 stick of melted butter or margerine - DO NOT STIR. Cook as directed...
Excellent idea! I doubled the cherry pie filling (not the topping) I have a large family and I was using a large crockpot. FABULOUS! I also tried the recipe with regular canned peaches (2 large cans for a regular size crockpot) drained adding 1 TBSP. of Bisquick & 1 tsp. cinnamon as a thickener. It was a huge SUCCESS! I will do this more often so it doesn't heat up my house so much during the summer! Thank You!
My husband tried this the first time and said I should prepare it weekly! I used a good-quality pie filling and skim milk with great results. It smells so good and it's nice to free up the oven for other things.
Delicious version of a great dish and easy too. Great for cooking up during the summer when you don't want to heat up the kitchen with a hot oven. This version is for the smaller crock-pots. For the 5-6 quart pots double the cherries but not the topping.
Very bland. I added almond extract and doubled the sugar to the flour mixture. The result was similar to cobbler but the dough wasn't the same. It was more like a very bland cake. The idea of a cobbler in the crock pot is ingenius so I am going to experiment on my own. I won't be making this recipe again.
Very good and very simple. I did the prep for this in 10 minutes and that was with my 8 month old son playing in my cupboards under my feet. My husband came home and ate most of it out of the pot. Very good.