Lighter Blueberry Cobbler

Hot, delicious fruit paired with ice cream―no wonder it's an American favorite.

Blueberry Cobbler

Beginning as a variation on pies, cobblers date back to the 1850s. The traditional New England concoction used a thick, biscuit topping instead of pie pastry. You might not think of cobbler as heavy, but the typical topping contains ingredients like full-fat sour cream and whipping cream. Our switch to fat-free sour cream is undetectable (except in the nutritional profile). The new cobbler has just half the fat of the classic recipe but maintains great buttery flavor in the topping.

View recipe: Blueberry Cobbler.

BEFORE
Calories per serving: 356
Fat: 16.5g
Percent of total calories: 42%

AFTER
Calories per serving: 288
Fat: 8.3g
Percent of total calories:
26%

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