Monday, January 17, 2011

Easy Cherry Cobbler (Crisp)

Cherry Cobbler
This recipe is super easy and requires only 4 ingredients!

Make this dessert for your beloved on Valentines Day (because it's a beautiful RED color) or serve it as a tasty sweet treat for a Super Bowl party.

2 cans of cherry pie filling (21 oz each)
2 sticks of butter-salted (1 cup)
1 pkg of yellow cake mix
2 cups of walnuts (chopped)

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

You'll need a 9" x 12" Pyrex baking dish (any 9 x 12 in pan will do though). 

Start out by chopping or breaking up the walnuts.  I used to chop them with a knife but that's a bit messy so what I do now is put the nuts on a cutting board, cover them with cellophane and "break" them up gently with a mallet.

Pour out the cherry pie filling straight into the pan.  Spread evenly.

Now empty yellow cake mix on top of the cherry pie filling.

With a fork, spread out the cake mix evenly over the top.  Don't press the mix down, just spread it.

Sprinkle walnut pieces over cake mix.

Spread evenly all over.

Cut sticks of butter into approximately 1/8" slices like below:

Now add pats of butter over the walnuts. Try to get them as close to the edge as possible.

Put into the oven on the middle baking rack.

Bake for 45 minutes at 350 degrees.  Cherry filling will be bubbling on the sides and the walnuts will look golden brown.

Hot & Right Out of the Oven!

It tastes best served warm. Once cooled you can microwave it for about 30 seconds to soften the topping.  I  I highly recommend adding a scoop of vanilla ice cream and some whipped cream! It  is sooooo good!

Cherry Cobbler With Vanilla Ice Cream, Whipped Topping, & Chocolate Syrup

Serving suggestion for butches:  Put a small portion of the cobbler on an all white plate, top with ice cream and whipped cream then drizzle a little chocolate syrup (like above photo). As a sexy gesture, slowly spoon feed your femme then give her a soft kiss between bites.  Let me know how it goes! (You can thank me later.)


  1. This looks so good, Im going to give it a try. I googled Cherry cobbler and yours came up! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I've made this for church functions several times. It ALWAYS gets rave reviews! I've had so many people tell me I don't even like cherry, but I love this.I love finding an easy recipe that gets rave reviews! Thanks for sharing!!