I have a few more recipes today and will post them just as soon as my camera batter has finished charging. For now, here’s a picture I loaded on to the computer yesterday. It’s an easy blackberry cobbler recipe from Betty Crocker which I made at the request of friends who’d invited us to dinner. Cobbler is one of their favorite desserts, and while blackberries aren’t really in season (though we can pretty good ones here in Southwest Texas), frozen berries work well.
I’m linking directly to the recipe. It’s probably the easiest cobbler recipe around and very delicious. The batter doesn’t have any sugar in it, but the berry filling has a full cup. They balance each other out in the end, so you might want to make the recipe as is before monkeying around with the sugar.
The only thing I did was sprinkle about half teaspoon of cinnamon over the berries.
From what I remember about this recipe (and some other cobblers), the batter kind of rises to the top as it bakes.
I’m confused. The pic shows the batter on top but the recipe says put the blackberries on top.
NEED BLACKBERRY COBBLER.COUISIN IN THE MTS. OF VA.GAVE ME A RECEIRT.IT WAS SELFRAISING FLOUR SUGAR BUTTER MILK.PUT IN PAN THEN POUR BERRY MIX OVER AND BAKE. DO YOU HAVE ANY THING LIKE IT.
Hi Anna, I just made berry cobbler a few days ago from a super easy recipe. I used frozen raspberries because that is what I had on hand, but I’m sure it would amazing with blackberries, although it used a bit of sugar!
I’ve been having problems making links today for some reason.
Hi Anna – can you check the link to the recipe – it didn’t work for me…Thanks!