3 ingredient Blueberry Cobbler slow cooker recipe

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3 ingredient blueberry cobbler slow cooker recipe

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This 3 ingredient Blueberry Cobbler slow cooker recipe is so easy your kids can make it, and so tasty the whole family will want to eat it!! It really doesn’t get any easier than this 🙂   I’m game for anything with cake mix in it, so I couldn’t wait to try this recipe!! I’m not a huge blueberry fan but the kids requested blueberry so this is what I gave them.  I hope you enjoy this too!! Feel free to mix it up and try it with apple pie filling or even cherry!!

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3 ingredient BlueBerry Cobbler slow cooker recipe
Ingredients
  • 1 stick of butter melted
  • 1 box of yellow cake mix do not mix this according to the box, you only want the dry mixture in the box
  • 21 oz cans of blueberry pie filling 2
Instructions
  1. Spray the inside of your crockpot with non-stick cooking spray.
  2. Pour the blueberry pie filling into the bottom of the crockpot.
  3. Top the blueberry pie filling with the dry cake mix.
  4. DO NOT STIR.
  5. Top with melted butter.
  6. Cook on high 2-3 hours - my crockpot gets quite warm so I put it on low and it took only 2 1/2 hours to be cooked.
  7. You can also leave the lid off for about 30 minutes to make the top more crisp.
  8. Enjoy!

 

 

Holly

15 comments on “3 ingredient Blueberry Cobbler slow cooker recipe”

  1. Yummy! Gonna try this one for sure

  2. can u use frozen blueberries?

  3. Its good if you add a few pecans too

  4. I love this recipe and and less calorie help tip is to use Italian lemon soda instead of the butter, it makes it just as wonderful but with less sugar involved…. Just thought I would share that

  5. Awesome advice Tracy!! Thanks so much for sharing that 🙂

  6. I been making this for years, also use cherry pie filling and always add one can of drained tid bit pineapple and bake in oven on 350 until browned

  7. I want to try this just as written. However im thinking cherry pie filling and a devils food cake would be amszing with these instructions also!

  8. I have made this with cherry but I am going to try apricot pie filling…and use the oven. Thanks for sharing.

  9. What size crockpot is needed?

  10. Can you use bisquick instead of the cake mix ?

  11. Does doubling the recipe work in a reg crock pot?

  12. To make it crispier, do you leave the lid off for the first thirty minutes or the last thirty minutes?

  13. can this be made with fresh berries? i’m guessing there needs to be some liquids – which is why canned fruit is used. so – if i had fresh berries — what liquid could i add?

  14. What is calories in this?

  15. I’m sorry I am unable to provide nutritional information. You can enter your ingredients here to calculate your information.

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