Recipe by Kristi Talbot
"This cobbler tastes just like your grandma's but has a twist in the topping! This recipe works great with any other type of fruit as well. As with any recipe using fresh fruit, you need to taste it first to determine how much sugar needs to be added to it."
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I agree with the submitter -- tasting the fruit first determines the amount of sugar needed! While cooking fruit on the stovetop then again in the oven may benefit firm apples or pears, delicate berries do not need much heat to coax out their delicious juices. I made the simple syrup + cornstarch as directed, then poured the semi-cooled mixture over the berries in individual ramekins. At first the topping is a nicely spiced streusel, then it becomes a sticky dough once the hot water is added -- still easy enough to plunk ontop of the berries. The cobblers were golden brown after 18 min in my oven. Oh, these do bubble and sputter a bit while baking - just bake cobbler(s) on a foil-lined sheet pan to save on clean-up. Your oven will thank you.
Hi,I LOVED IT!!! (but don't forget grease the pan.)
It was terriffic as desert for the "go to crawfish
etufey " .All of my friend's and other's Love It!!!
My husband raved and raved about this dessert, and he's not big on desserts. The only things I did different is I increased the blackberries to 8 cups and added about 1/2 cup more of flour while it was cooking, this filled the 9 x 13 pan better and made it set up better, less runny.
very good! I didn't change a thing, except there wasn't enough blackberry mixture to fit a 9x13 pan, so I used a 7x11. Also didn't have oats on hand, and it was fine without. Took this to a group gathering, and none was left!
Loved it! I split it into two 8x8 pans so I could save one for another time...not sure it will stay in freezer so so GOOD!
I made a smaller version and I did not have any pecans, but it came out amazing! Loved the oats. it was like have a crisp and a cobbler all in one!
Simple, yummy, delicious!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Everything But The... Blackberry Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 104
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