Oh my goodness! Chocolate Cherry Cobbler is a chocolate-lover’s dream come true! I am in love. This slow cooker recipe is unbelievably easy, too. Chocolate Cherry Cobbler is good enough for a special occasion but easy enough for an ordinary weeknight dessert. Perfect dessert for Valentine’s Day, Anniversary Dinner, Potlucks, or holidays. Easy enough for a hectic weeknight.
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Simply start by pouring a can of Cherry Pie Filling into a slow cooker. I added a half brick of cream cheese to the cherry pie filling by dropping dollops into the cherry filling. Push the cream cheese down into the filling a bit with a spoon or your finger. I won’t tell.
I sprinkled a half box of chocolate cake mix evenly over the cherry filling and cream cheese. German chocolate cake mix is my first choice, but any chocolate cake mix will work. Finally, I layered pats of butter over the cake mix. I used a half of a stick of butter or 4 tablespoons.
Next, I put the lid onto the slow cooker. Chocolate Cherry Cobbler cooks in the slow cooker on low for 4-6 hours or on high for 2-3 hours. You should know your own appliance. Some slow cookers will need much less time while others will need much more time.
Are you ready to make some Chocolate Cherry Cobbler? Check out the recipe below!
- 1 Can Cherry Pie Filling (21 oz)
- 1/2 Brick Cream Cheese (4 oz)
- 1/2 Box of German Chocolate Cake Mix (or your favorite chocolate cake mix)
- 1/2 Stick of Butter (4 TBSP)
- Pour Cherry pie filling into the slow cooker.
- Add cream cheese in dollops to the cherry pie filling.
- Gently push the cream cheese dollops down into the pie filling with spoon (or fingers)
- Sprinkle chocolate cake mix evenly over the pie filling and cream cheese dollops
- Add pats of butter over the cake mix.
- Cover slow cooker.
- Cook on low for 4-6 hours or on high for 2-3 hours adjusting time for your appliance.
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