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Easy Low-Fat Individual Peach Cobblers
TIME20
CALS80
(60 ratings)
Easy Low-Fat Individual Peach Cobblers

Who says you can't have dessert on a diet? This is an excellent way to enjoy a low-fat, low-calorie dessert.Submitted by: HOOTOWLRN

CALORIES 80 FAT 2 PROTEIN 3 CARBS 14 FIBER 0
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Personal Blueberry-Peach Cobblers by SP_Stepf
TIME25
CALS163
(22 ratings)
Personal Blueberry-Peach Cobblers by SP_Stepf

Replace the traditional biscuit topping with whole wheat fillo dough for a quick and light dessert. Submitted by: STEPFANIER

CALORIES 163 FAT 2 PROTEIN 3 CARBS 36 FIBER 4
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Two Tiny Cobblers
TIME40
CALS286
(no ratings)
Two Tiny Cobblers

I threw these together so my daughter and I could have something to go with our ice cream. She liked having her very own pie.
They're pretty easy, and pretty tasty. Unlike making a whole cobbler, this won't leave a ton of extra servings around to tempt you tomorrow.
Almost 300 calories might be a lot for a single serving of dessert, but this is higher in iron, fiber, and protein than your average dessert.
If you leave out the walnuts, you cut almost 100 calories per serving, but then you'd lose their nutritional benefits.
These are not very sweet, since we planned on topping them with a small amount of (soy) ice cream. Taste the crumb topping before baking, and add more sugar if desired.Submitted by: TAILSFOX

CALORIES 286 FAT 20 PROTEIN 5 CARBS 27 FIBER 5
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TIME20
CALS103
(no ratings)
low fat individual cobblers

Submitted by: KAYBYRNES

CALORIES 103 FAT 3 PROTEIN 4 CARBS 16 FIBER 0
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TIME35
CALS134
(no ratings)
Mini peach cobblers

This is a great summer dessert or breakfast. Individual servings make it easy to control portions. I created this one bored Saturday when I really wanted something sweet for breakfast, but I knew if I made an entire cobbler that I'd also eat the entire cobbler! The mini portions are quick and easy, and are also an elegant way to display this simple dessert for a dinner party, etc. Very easy to double, triple, etc. and bake in a larger baking dish.

Would also work well with other fruits, such as berries, apples, etc. (Nutrition stats would change).Submitted by: ANGELA3511

CALORIES 134 FAT 1 PROTEIN 4 CARBS 30 FIBER 5
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TIME15
CALS322
(no ratings)
Individual Peach Cobblers

Easy and pretty way to present your dessert.Submitted by: SMROSE13

CALORIES 322 FAT 7 PROTEIN 4 CARBS 64 FIBER 3
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TIME40
CALS314
(no ratings)
Cherry Cobblers

Cherries with crumble topping from my Dad.Submitted by: ANDREA4LSU

CALORIES 314 FAT 9 PROTEIN 2 CARBS 61 FIBER 2
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TIMEN/A
CALS151
(no ratings)
Individual Peach Cobblers

Submitted by: GINGER.ELLIS

CALORIES 151 FAT 0 PROTEIN 1 CARBS 37 FIBER 1
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TIME40
CALS286
(no ratings)
Two Tiny Cobblers

I threw these together so my daughter and I could have something to go with our ice cream. She liked having her very own pie.
They're pretty easy, and pretty tasty. Unlike making a whole cobbler, this won't leave a ton of extra servings around to tempt you tomorrow.
Almost 300 calories might be a lot for a single serving of dessert, but this is higher in iron, fiber, and protein than your average dessert.
If you leave out the walnuts, you cut almost 100 calories per serving, but then you'd lose their nutritional benefits.
These are not very sweet, since we planned on topping them with a small amount of (soy) ice cream. Taste the crumb topping before baking, and add more sugar if desired.

CALORIES 286 FAT 20 PROTEIN 5 CARBS 27 FIBER 5
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