Recipe by Momster
"This recipe is not only simple, but is sure to become a family favorite. It may also become an oft-requested dish by friends and neighbors, so be prepared to make a few batches. Goes great with homemade whipped cream (adding a pinch of nutmeg to the whipped cream really adds to the dessert)! = )"
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Awesome!!! We have it very often with ice cream or whipped cream on top. Very delicious
The crust topping is delicious, but the fresh blackberries from the store were incredibly tart. Is there any way to sweeten them by adjusting the recipe? This recipe is quick and easy, but not delicious like the cobbler I grew up eating.
There is far too much liquid for the amount of dry ingredients and should be halved. Also, if you don't add some sugar to the berries, the result will be very tart unless you have some extremely sweet berries. I suggest adding at least a couple tablespoons of sugar to the berries. I could only give this one 3 stars taking these things into consideration.
This was great! I did adjust the recipe to include topping the fruit with 1/2 cup of sugar and fresh squeezed orange juice (1 orange) before putting the batter on. I will definitely make this again!
Thought it was a particularly good recipe. The batter /crust excellent HOWEVER rare is the recipe that does not need a tweak or two...1) the fruit needed more sugar. Used blackberries and blueberries combined. Recommend sugaring any fruit to taste 2)Added a bit of balsamic to taste to fruit instead of lemon to "brighten" flavor. I do this for blackberries, blueberries(depending)and strawberries. Learned trick from chef 3)Recipe halves nicely 4)Added a 1/8 -1/4 cup additional sugar to batter 5) Looking forward to making with fresh rhubarb, strawberries, cherries, peaches from yard
To sweeten the berries better I added agave. Just drizzled it over the berries before putting batter on berries wonderful
I tried this last night with fresh Himalaya berries. Our berries were tart so I added some sugar. The crust was good, but the berries juice absorbed I to it which made me wonder if I cooked it too long. I split the recipe Into two smaller cobblers and gave one away. I will try this one again, but with small adjustments.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Berry Best Blackberry Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 216
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