My diabetic brother was visiting, so I used low sugar fruit and mix with diet Sprite. He loved it and I couldn't tell the difference!
Autism mom May 5, 2014 REVIEW:
We substituted ingredient for gluten free version
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FanaticMomma October 28, 2013 REVIEW:
Mix the pie filling with 1 tsp vanilla extract first. It makes a difference.
Member since: Aug 25, 2013
yakvalgirl August 25, 2013 REVIEW:
I made this recipe with few minor substitutions.
Apple, peaches and pears left overs. I added 1/8 c. Butter 2 Tblsp Mrs. Buttereorth's syrup 2 Tblsps. flour
mix Ingres thoroughly.
Add cake mix and club soda.
Bake 350 degrees for 1 hour
Serve hot or cooled.
Wizzy July 9, 2013 REVIEW:
This is one of those recipes that makes you wonder how someone came up with it! It's so simple but you end up with a really tasty dessert. I use a low-sugar cherry pie filling and diet 7up. I've also made this with chocolate cake mix and cola for sort of a black forest version.
woman81 January 19, 2012 REVIEW:
we loved it. simple, cheap, and easily integrates substitutions. u could use jiffy cake mix or a bigger more expensive brand
7-Up Quick Cobbler June 12, 2011 REVIEW:
A great alternative to this recipe is to use fresh or frozen berries. You can also use sugar free cake mix and diet 7-Up, Sprite, or Fresca to make a great diabetic or less calorie version. You absolutely will never know it's diet! This recipe rivals the traditional cobbler! Serve with a scoop of ice cream on top.
barbie November 20, 2010 COMMENT: This cake did not cook through in the 45 min. that the recipe called for. We cooked for 1/2 an hour more.
Eggplants are a good source of potassium. If you find them to be too bitter, try buying smaller ones and sprinkle the flesh with salt and let it drain before cooking. This is a common reason why people shy away from eggplant but it is so easily remedied!