Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Blueberry Delight Spoon Dessert

3/4 cup oatmeal (Quaker Quick Oats) dry
1 (18.25 oz) box vanilla cake mix with pudding in the mix (Betty Crocker Super Moist)
1 (20 oz) can blueberry pie filling
preheat slow cooker for 10 mins on high
spray cooker with Pam
in large bowl mix together oatmeal and dry cake mix
place 1/3 of dry mix on the bottom of slow cooker
place 1/2 the can of pie filling over dry ingredients
repeat ending with dry mix on top
cover and cook on high 1 1/2 hrs or low for 3 1/2 - 4 hrs
serve from slow cooker, do not invert
12 (3oz) servings
249 cals
4g fat
0 cholesterol
50g carbs
2g fiber
3g protein
283mg sodium

11 comments:

  1. WOW! And it uses a slow cooker, my favorite way to cook!!!

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  2. Any chance you cost post a pic???

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  3. OMG, that sounds good. I have never seen a desert recipe that calls for a slow cooker. Must try it.

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  4. Sounds heavenly.... suppose you could use apple or cherry filling?

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  5. it sounds tasty but i wonder if one could use fresh berries instead of the canned filling to save on the sugar.

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  6. Where is the picture?
    I will try another fruit filling; I don't like blueberries.

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  7. the only reason I could see that fresh fruit wouldn't work is that it doesn't have the liquid that is in the pie filling. I make a receipe where you put the pie filling in a 8x8 pan, put a box of cake mix over it and then add a stick of melted butter and bake. It comes out kind of like a cobbler. Without the juice from the pie filling and the butter, the cake mix would have a different texture, (it would just be dry and powdery). If you could find a way to replace the liquid it would probably work. You could also possibly use a sugar free pie filling.

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  8. So let me get this right, no eggs, oil, or water?

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