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

By Ann Taylor Pittman
Updated: June 09, 2014

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.

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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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