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I’ve never made such an easy fruit cobbler in my entire life.
Seriously, folks, this recipe is a keeper. I was wanting to make my family a dessert after dinner the other night but I was really short on time. I looked at my cookbooks and nothing wasn’t labor intensive. So, I hopped on the internet and visited one of my favorite blogs, my little sister’s! You guys, this gal knows how to cook!
She has come up with some really fun recipes such as this amazingly quick and easy fruit cobbler. I believe she adapted this recipe from Facebook. Anyway, I love how quick and simple it is to make this fruit cobbler and I intend to make it again sometime soon.
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Quick Tip: Need more cobbler? This recipe is very easy to double.