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Easy fruit cobbler: 24ounces of mixed frozen fruit (yes it has to be frozen fruit or it doesn't cook right) one box of white or yellow cake mix, one can of diet sprite, sprite zero, 7-up or Sierra mist (just clear version of any of these). Put in fruit first, then cake mix, then SLOWLY pour can of soda over it. DO NOT STIR or you'll end up with a liquid topping! Bake about 45-50minutes at 350 and serve hot for best, but its good either way.

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Mixed Berry Bubble-Up Bake

Sugar-cinnamon-coated biscuits take this Mixed Berry Bubble-Up Bake fruit cobbler over the top! It's easily made for a crowd. Mix it up by using your favorite in-season fruits and you're all set.

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Peach cobbler. I used 4 cans of 15.25 peaches and used 3/4 cup of milk and 3/4 cup of peach syrup from the can, also put a little extra flour in to thicken up the batter a little more added a tablespoon of vanilla for more flavor. Added a 1/8 of salt and 2 teaspoons of baking powder as well.:

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7-Up Cobbler Bake

A delicious dessert with only three ingredients. Cherry pie filling is topped with dry yellow cake mix and 7-up soda is poured over the top then baked until done. | CDKitchen.com

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3 ingred. berry coblor. layer berries, then white cake mix, then slowly pour 7 up over it . Bake 45 min. at 350

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Lucie's 7-Up Pie Crust (idiot proof pastry

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