My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

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My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

Post by scrapie » Fri Jun 12, 2009 11:06 am

This morning she woke up...hungry...and wanted some army food while playing on the computer! The first thing I grabbed was the cobbler! I knew she likes the spiced apples, so I figured it'd be a hit! Sure enough...she chowed down on it! Good thing The Epicenter sells them individually (Spiced apples, too) so I don't have to keep tearing into MRE's to get her what she wants!
By the way...my 7 year old son took a pack of potato sticks in his lunch today! He calls them "Army french fries"!
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Re: My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

Post by Bypah » Fri Jun 12, 2009 1:54 pm

Kool... :mrgreen:
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Re: My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

Post by BigMark » Fri Jun 12, 2009 5:29 pm

:) One of the few things I bought a case of, I really like it heated up with a scoop of ice cream on top. Mmmm... :)

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Re: My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

Post by scrapie » Fri Jun 12, 2009 8:27 pm

ooohhhh! Gotta try that! I thought of heating them, but the ice cream sounds perfect! Thanks for the idea!

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Re: My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

Post by MR.EMAN » Tue Jun 16, 2009 4:44 pm

With kids, there isn't much to an MRE that won't go uneaten :lol:

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Re: My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

Post by MrFahrenheit » Tue Aug 04, 2009 3:03 pm

Had one of those blueberry cherry cobbler yesterday while I was out walking in the lakes,

Very tasty to me, had a great cherry taste, TBH it tasted a lot like a "soggy" crumble mix, similar to a apple crumble we have here in the uk (but ofc cherry flavour)

No pics of it im afraid, it was chucking it down with rain by the time I got halfway through my hike so a "hot" pudding was just the thing to cheer one up :wink:

IMHO actually it's better than any UK ready to eat pudding........although lemon sponge and custard is a very close second. :mrgreen:


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Re: My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

Post by calixtesaint » Fri May 14, 2010 9:28 am

I tried one of those cobblers recently........enjoyed it very much.ate 1/2 cold, then put the rest in a dessert dish and zapped it........superb when warm!

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Re: My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

Post by scottymonger » Sat May 15, 2010 3:49 pm

I like to crumble a hard granola bar into the cobbler, mix it up, and let it sit for a couple of minutes after heating.

The granola crumbs give it a nice texture, like a crust, and tone down the sweetness just enough.

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Re: My 4-year old daughter's review of Blueberry Cherry Cobbler

Post by scrapie » Thu May 20, 2010 3:48 pm

Hmmm...sounds like something I'd like! Thanks Scotty!

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