Although this post is sponsored by Welch’s® Frozen Fruits, all opinions are my own.
The other night it was pretty late, the kids were in bed, and my husband started rooting through our cabinets for cookies, chocolate, brownie mix or something. Nothing was to be found. We ended up making this Microwave Cobbler for One (we actually made two of them).
This was a really easy recipe to make, it was warm and comforting on a chilly fall night and it only took a few minutes to make. Yum.
Berries are not something I usually keep in my fridge this time of year, but I love keeping frozen fruit in my freezer for when I want to make recipes like this. When I was over in Illinois, I picked up some groceries at Jewel , including this Welch’s Frozen Fruit.
These berries tasted so fresh, I felt like I was eating something that had just been picked. I used Welch’s Frozen Fruit 48oz Antioxidant Blend, this is a great fruit mix to keep in the freezer. Not only does this work well in hot desserts, but I love putting frozen berries in my smoothies too.
This Berry Crisp is easy. You can add as much or as little cobbler as you like. You might notice that I use brown sugar instead of white sugar in this recipe. I just love brown sugar in desserts, so that is what I usually use.
Microwave Coconut Oil Berry Crisp For One (Or Two)
1 cup of Welch’s Frozen Fruit Antioxidant Blend
5 tablespoons of flour- I use whole wheat pastry flour, but you don’t have to.
1 1/2 tablespoons of coconut oil 1-2 tablespoons of brown sugar
1/4 teaspoon of baking powder
1 tablespoon of oats.
Method: In a microwavable ramikan, place frozen fruit on the bottom. In a separate bowl, mix the rest of the ingredients in order to make the cobbler mixture. Place the cobbler mixture over the fruit and microwave in 30 second increments. I cooked mine for four increments. Remove from the microwave and top with whipped cream or ice cream if you like.
This was so yum. The perfect fall dessert. I loved having this after my kiddos went to bed. I also would love to make this for them too! You can save $1.00 off on Welch’s Frozen Fruit from October 1st to November 30th here! What’s your favorite way to have Welch’s Frozen Fruits?