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Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler

Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler

Warm and bubbly cherry filling flavored with cinnamon over a sweet and moist cobbler-cake batter. Oh my goodness! This easy dessert recipe uses 5 ingredients and takes about 5 minutes to prep.  Yes, sign me up. Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler is irresistible.

Easy to throw together, even easier to cook, your friends and family will be impressed. Plus your kitchen will smell like the holidays while it cooks up in your crockpot.

Just when you thought you couldn’t love your crockpot any more!

(Thanks to my sweet mother-in-law for the idea!)

Warm & bubbly cherries with cinnamon over sweet, moist and buttery cobbler-cake. Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler is irresistible! #cinnamon #cherry #crockpot #cobbler

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Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler : Only 5 Ingredients and 5 Minutes of Prep!

Every Tuesday night, my mother in law cooks supper for the whole family. We call it “Tuesday at Bubbe’s”. If only that lady knew what a treat it is for me to have a night away from the kitchen!! (Plus we all enjoy our family time.)

Not too long ago, she made this Cherry Cobbler for dessert and I had to have the recipe. I love cherry desserts, especially one as yummy and warm and comforting as this one. (Have we mentioned how easy this recipe is?)

First step, dump cherry pie filling into your crockpot.

 

Warm & bubbly cherries with cinnamon over sweet, moist and buttery cobbler-cake. Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler is irresistible!

 

Then, dump a dry yellow cake mix on top of the cherries. Next, sprinkle with just a little oatmeal. (We used the old-fashioned quick cook type.) The oats gives the Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler a little crumbly texture on top.

 

Warm & bubbly cherries with cinnamon over sweet, moist and buttery cobbler-cake. Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler is irresistible!

 

Ok, here comes the hard part.  Melt some salted butter and stir in the cinnamon. (Cherries and cinnamon are such a wonderful flavor combination!) Pour the cinnamon butter all over the top of the cake and cherry filling.

Do not stir! (This is an easy dessert remember?)

 

Warm & bubbly cherries with cinnamon over sweet, moist and buttery cobbler-cake. Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler is irresistible!

 

Now just close the lid, and cook on low for about three and a half hours. Ok, waiting for the Cherry Cinnamon Crockpot Cobbler is the hardest part.  (Cooking times will vary based on the size and temperature of your crockpot. Cobbler is done when the cake is crumbly and cooked through.)

Serve this cherry cobbler warm with vanilla ice cream! This dessert is so comforting…tart and sweet cherries, all buttery and cinnamon-y, with ooey-gooey vanilla cake.

 

Warm & bubbly cherries with cinnamon over sweet, moist and buttery cobbler-cake. Cinnamon Cherry Crockpot Cobbler is irresistible!

 

 

 

 

8 Comments

  • Reply Kim Berry November 3, 2016 at 7:12 pm Yes, we do love our Tuesday night supper's at Bubbles !!!!! It does bring our family together to see each other and catch up on what's going on . In today's world, we are all busy doing other things ! And to really have some great conversations !!!!
  • Reply Teri November 4, 2016 at 10:48 pm Love you! Can't wait until next Tuesday. *Or our next bonfire!*
  • Reply Anna December 2, 2016 at 10:24 am What is the size of the crockpot pictured? I'm using my 6-qt for hot chocolate so that only leaves my 3-quart (at least I think it is 3). I know the ingredients will fit, but I don't know if cooking time will need to be adjusted.
  • Reply Teri December 2, 2016 at 10:50 am I used a five quart, so you may want to cook it a little longer Please let me know how it turns out.
  • Reply Anna December 6, 2016 at 4:10 pm So I made this today at work in my 3-quart. Everything did fit fine. I was worried because the cake mix layer just seemed so thick. At my coworker's suggestion, after I added everything, I took a fork and stabbed down multiple times I guess "vent" it for lack of a better word. This way, it pushed some mix down and some cherry up. I accidentally only had it on Warm for the first 45 minutes (duh!) so I then turned it to High since our lunch was coming on fast. I left it there for about 1.5 hours at which time it was looking getting to that golden brown color and the cherry filling was upwelling through the fork marks so I then turned it to Low for the remainder (another 1.5 - 2 hours). It was perfect (at least my portion). Don't know if "venting" it helped at all, but it didn't hurt. I used a spoon to pull back the edges all around and it seemed like it had cooked through so it was a success and super delicious! Thanks!
    • Reply Teri December 6, 2016 at 8:04 pm That's great! Good to know it works in a smaller size slow cooker. Glad you tried it and enjoyed it.
  • Reply Silas March 1, 2017 at 12:16 am Made this in my 6.5 quart crockpot. Worked great, no cooking time adjustment needed. Oddly, I rarely need cooking time adjustments for any recipe. I am considering making this recipe with peach pie filling.
    • Reply Teri March 1, 2017 at 1:32 pm Awesome, I am glad you enjoyed it. Crockpots can be a little tricky, especially the larger ones because they cook so hot. Great idea on the peaches. (Can't wait to try it with some fresh fruit this spring, too. Blueberries maybe?)

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