Product Reviews

(22 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
Absolutely Fabulous!!!
Kim Hund (McFarland, KS) 10/22/2013 11:11 PM
My husband is a cobbler fanatic. That said, he absolutely loved this cobbler. We used peaches in ours. Love the flavor and texture. Baked up beautifully in my cast iron skillet. Have recently ordered another two bags; making a total of five. I cannot speak highly enough about the quality of this and other products I have received from Prepared Pantry. You have a fan for life!
Meg M. (Sandy, UT) 8/18/2013 1:03 PM
I am not a mix person. I like to make things from scratch most of the time. But this cobbler mix was such a good deal I got two, and I am so glad I did! I used fresh pears and brown sugar with a little cinnamon, served with the included recipe for caramel whipped cream, and it was the best cobbler I have ever had. No exaggeration. My husband does not like sweets, and he ate a third of the pan. I will order this again and again, and now I am very tempted to try a bunch more of Dennis' mixes. I just may be a mix person after finding The Prepared Pantry. THANK YOU!!
Patricia (CA) 6/12/2013 8:30 PM
I just received my order today, along with my strawberry rhubarb jelly. I used the jelly to sweeten the fresh strawberries that I used and it was wonderful. The batter was a little thinner than I thought it would be, and all the berries sank to the bottom but so what? I used a deeper dish, and it took almost twice as long to cook but well worth it. My ONLY complaint is that the instructions are folded up and inserted in to the bag with the mix. There is no mention of ingredients on the outside of the bag, and I had to go fishing to find it. Fortunately I had everything needed. I had to really grasp at straws to find a complaint! This is really a fantastic product, glad that I ordered 3 of them! Not too sweet but just sweet enough. Kudos!
So easy, so tasty!
Lana Mountford (Bellingham, WA) 5/28/2013 2:10 PM
I've been using this mix for a couple of years now, using a variety of fresh, frozen, and canned fruit, and it ALWAYS turns out great! My all-time favorite is cherry cobbler, using canned pie cherries. Another favorite is huckleberry cobbler, using frozen berries (I gather them myself or purchase frozen berries from a local company). Canned peaches or apricots also work well, as does canned pineapple chunks. I usually bake mine in 2-C baking dishes, each one providing 2 servings. I heat the butter in the dishes according to directions, then divide the batter, add the fruit, and bake until done. Really easy to make, excellent results every time. What more can you ask?