My grandmother made this cobbler when I was a little girl I can still remember the fun we had first picking blackberries together in the hills. Blackberries are my favorite filling, but this cobbler can also be made with apples.
My grandmother made this cobbler when I was a little girl I can still remember the fun we had first picking blackberries together in the hills. Blackberries are my favorite filling, but this cobbler can also be made with apples.
Went to an orchard yesterday and picked a ton of blackberries, so naturally turned to allrecipes for something to use them in - thought this was decent. not the best cobbler i have had, but it did look pretty cool with the jelly roll thing, once it baked it puffed up in all the right places. i heard the sugar/water thing is authentic for cobbler, but it did seem a bit moist, even though the dough did absorb alot of the water. Thanks for the recipe!Read More
I use this recipe but I use mixed berries instead of blackberries and I don't roll it out, I layer it in the pan with dough, berries, dough and it cuts the prep time in half and it's absolutely fabulous.
I have grown blackberries all of my life, and Grandma and I used to cook blackberry cobbler routinely. This is the best recipe I have ever tasted. I substituted 1/3 cup heavy whipping cream instead of milk - but it's great either way!
This is the ultimate blackberry recipe. I used fresh berries that were a bit tart and it was still came out wonderful. My family of five ate the entire dish in one meal. I love blackberries so I would probably add 1/2-1 cup more of the blackberries. I also like mine a bit more moist so I would add more of the sugar mixture. I forgot to sprinkle the cinnamon on the top of the blackberries so I just added it to the syrup mixture. Great recipe
This was amazing. You can definitely get by with only half the butter. I think next time I'm also going to try a half Splenda/half sugar mixture to make it a little bit healthier. I've been dreaming for the first homegrown blackberries of the season for months so I could try this. It was SO worth the wait. I couldn't find my rolling pin, so I just placed bits of dough around and then dumped the berries in. It took a lot less time and worked perfectly.
YUMMY! I made this tonight for my husband and used frozen berries. I didn't let them thaw and I think that made it more difficult to roll and cut, but it still turned out awesome! Thanks for the great recipes, we will definately be making this again!
Excellent and super easy to make. I just make layers instead of rolling the dough and it comes out yummy topped with some homemade whip cream.
This a easy delicious foot stomping good recipe....When I took it out of the oven and tasted this delite...all I could do was stomp my "good foot" and say "WOWWW"
Sooooooo yummy! It was easy to make, and it was a crowd pleaser. I'm a newlywed, and I'm still learning the ins and outs of cooking. Great for the fall and winter! :)
Finally the hubby that thinks that everything is 'ok' rated it a 6! I did use 1/2 the butter and 1/4c less sugar than called for (and I hate it when people alter a recipe and then rate it) but I know what my family likes (less fat, less sweet) - this was absolutely awesome. I made fresh whipped cream and served right out of the oven. This was a great comfort food desert on the snowiest day of the year. And, for those that had a problem cutting and transporting the cobbler to a dish - I cut it in the dish to cut down on the mess!
This is one of those recipes you can take to a potluck. It attracts attention on the table among all the other desserts, and it tastes as good as it looks, thus pretty much guaranteeing you'll have none left to take home. I have tried it layered as well as rolled up and sliced, and it comes out equally well. The rolled pieces are prettier for presentation, in my opinion. For those who need speedy preparation though, this may not be your cobbler. "It takes a little doing," as my grandmother used to say!
I had bought some extremely tart blackberries and was looking for a way to use them. My twelve year old daughter made this recipe, followed it to a T and it came out fantastic!!
Great recipe and super simple if you follow the advice of others and layer half the dough in the bottom of the dish, sprinkle with cinnamon, spread the blackberries, cover with the remaining dough and then pour the water/sugar mixture over that. I increased the blackberries in mine and it was delicious but I did have to place a cookie sheet underneath to catch the boil-over juices. I also used margarine instead of butter and it was great. Yummy!! Thanks for sharing!
I used more sugar and added some light brown sugar since I have a ridiculous sweet tooth. :-) Didn't have any self-rising flour so I added baking powder and a pinch of baking soda. The results were FANTASTIC! This is the easiest to make and remember cobbler I have ever made. I will definitely make again.
Went to an orchard yesterday and picked a ton of blackberries, so naturally turned to allrecipes for something to use them in - thought this was decent. not the best cobbler i have had, but it did look pretty cool with the jelly roll thing, once it baked it puffed up in all the right places. i heard the sugar/water thing is authentic for cobbler, but it did seem a bit moist, even though the dough did absorb alot of the water. Thanks for the recipe!
This recipe is AMAZING! We spent the day prior picking blackberries and since we picked more than I knew what to do with, I replaced the water that the recipe calls for with blackberry juice. It was easy; I just mashed up about two cups in a pot on the stove and smashed them through a sieve (the pulp made great fruit leather!). Using the blackberry juice made it easy to cut the sugar to just under a 1/4 cup. Like some of the other reviewers, I rolled out the dough and put it in the pan then layered the berries followed by a second layer of dough on top. I also replaced 3/4 cup of regular flour with whole-wheat flour. This recipe lends itself to adjustments and still tastes incredible. Just in case you want to go "old school" style, this cobbler turns out awesome if it is baked in a deep cast iron skillet. Great if you’re trying to increase your iron intake! Thanks for sharing your Grandma's cobbler. We love it!!
Oh boy, this was a great way of using up some freshly picked wild black berries. But...I did make a mess of this. I forgot to flour the surface when I was rolling out the dough. So when it came time to roll the dough up with the berries in it, it stuck to the surface. I finally just picked up the dough and berries and slamed them in the pan and baked. Turned out good.
Delicious, but oh my God, the amount of butter...
fantastic flavor and so easy my kids made it while i made dinner. We didnt roll it out either, just dropped into pan of blackberries. Thanks for the recipe.
The Best Cobbler Ever!! I took suggestions from others and layered the crust & filling. TERRIFIC!!
This is by far the best cobbler I have ever made. It sounded like it was going to be difficult - but it really wasn't. In fact, I was able to put it together in our camper. This is most definitely a 'do-again'!!!
The liquid level in this dish must really have to do with your blackberries -- I see some reviews say theirs came out dry, but mine was a little on the wet side. I thought this was really, really good. I think the extra effort of the simple syrup and rolling the dough and berries up really makes a difference. My only small complaint is that even with the syrup, the biscuit dough still tasted mostly like a regular baking powder biscuit.
Excellent cobbler! I had 3 different kinds of berries in my freezer that I was trying to figure out how to use and this was it. Absolutely delicious! I can see using many different types of fruit for this cobbler. I was a little put off when I read the recipe and saw that I had to roll out a dough but it was very easy dough to work with and I was done in a jif. I followed the recipe as is (except for using different berries) and thought it was perfect. Can't wait to try apples. Hopefully, someday (when I have some!), my own grandchildren will remember "MY" cobbler. Thanks for the recipe!
This was a good solid base for me. But I felt a crumb topping was necessary, so I added (approx) 1/3 C brown sugar, 3 tb flour, and 1/2 tsp cinnamon. Mix well and cut 2 tb butter into the mixture. Add this as a substitution for the 2 tb sugar in the last 15 minutes of baking. I will follow previous recommendations of adding vanilla to the recipe. Also, I like things on the sweeter end, so I will probably add 1 1/2 C sugar instead of 1 C to the sugar/water mixture that is poured on top. It might have been my blackberries, but it was pretty tart; especially if you put ice cream on top.
This is awesome, but I only give it 4 stars because I think it could be done a lot simpler without the jelly rolling. The crust is perfect and flakes and crunches like a cobbler should. We prefer to eat it warm with vanilla ice cream.
I am definitely new to the cooking business. I am a newlywed who hasn't had much experience in the kitchen, but when I made this cobbler for our Memorial Day cookout, my dad thought it was my great-grandmother's recipe. He swore up and down that it was her cobbler. When I told him I took it off of the internet, he was surprised. Everybody dipped in on it, and to my surprise, was completely gone in less than 20 minutes. I plan on making this same cobbler to take to my grandma, whom I am certain will love every bit of it! Excellent recipe!
When it comes to baking I am totally inept. In fact, almost all of my failed domestic episodes involved attempts at baked goods, but I am so glad I took a stab at this one. Well it didn't look pretty when I threw it in the pan but it turned out awesome. This recipe is a must try and one of my new favorites! The first time I made it with a mix of blueberries, blackberries and raspberries. I just made it for the second time with sliced and peeled peaches and it is also delicious! The peaches were a little tart but the sugar water helped balance the tartness. You have to try this recipe, you won't regret it!
This recipe was PERFECT! It was much easier than I originally thought it would be. Like other reviewers, I chose to skip rolling the dough out and just scattered small pinches of the dough in the pan. I put about half in the bottom, then sprinkled the berries, and topped with the rest of the dough. Other than that, I followed the recipe as written. We ate it warm, topped with vanilla ice cream. My boyfriend and I thought it was one of the best desserts we've ever eaten!!! It definitely filled the memories I had of my Granny's blackberry cobbler growing up...which was exactly what I was looking for.
I have made at least 10 cobblers with this recipe - all different sizes and even one where I forgot to add baking powder/salt with the all purpose flour. Every one has been great! I even made a peach one, slicing my fresh peaches thin then coating with cinnamon, nutmeg, and a little sugar. Also substituted some brown sugar for the white in the syrup mixture and poured some caramel ice cream topping on top instead of sugar for the last 15 minutes of baking. It was wonderful as well! The crust is what makes it so good and we wouldn't do it any other way besides rolling it up (even though it isn't easy with our HUGE berries!). We like crust in every bite. Oh yeah, in an attempt to make it "healthier" I use 1/2 white, 1/2 whole wheat flour. Of course then my DH pours half and half over his dish - so much for healthy! :-)
LOVED IT!!! Before you put it in the oven, it looks like a big soupy mess but don't let that scare you! It turns out wonderful. Also, rolling it up and cutting is a little difficult so I will just drop it in with berries next time. Also plan on doubling the berries because that's my favorite part. This will be the recipe I use from now on
I made this today with wild blackberries. I increased the sugar & water by 1/4 cup and the berries by 1 cup. After mixing the flour, I divided it in half, taking 1/2 and patting it into a circle the size of the bottom of the baking dish. I then covered it with the berries, sprinkled the cinnamon over them and put pieces of the remaining dough on top of them. Then I poured the sugar syrup over it all, and baked as directed. It was absolutely delicious with vanilla ice cream! I will definitely make this again. Thank you, Trudy!
This is very, very good! I used more blackberries than the recipe calls for, and I didn't roll and slice. I just rolled out the dough, poured the blackberries on top, wrapped the dough around the blackberries and plopped everything in my dish. It worked! The cobbler was super-juicy and delicious!
it was ok.
I LOVE cobbler but this recipe is the absolute best I have ever eaten. Will be making this again and again.
This brought back memories of my Great Aunt Gladys's cobbler! It almost made me cry! Made the recipe as submitted. Wonderful!
Simple to prepare and a lot of fun rolling. I would imagine kids would love making this Blackberry Cobbler and on the plus side, its not very messy :D Its sweet and the outcome is amazing with such little effort to bake. For presentation, I suggest putting it inside of a 9in instead of a 10in. As you run out of room in the pan, squeeze the rolls tightly together and and push the extra rolls between; they don't have to stay in circles. As it bakes, it comes out beautiful. Side note: I used non-frozen blackberries and the *flour from the recipe (flour, salt, baking soda).
This cobbler is amazing!! I have made is several times and it turns out great every time!! I added raspberries as well as the blackberries this time and its beautiful and delicious!!! BTW made it for 4th of july dessert and its red white and blue perfict!!!!!!!
Wonderful recipe!! Very easy to make. It sounded a bit strange to put cinnamon in a blackberry cobbler, but it is just fantastic!
This was the best AND most beautiful looking blackberry cobbler ever. I loved the "jelly roll" process- it was unique and a lot of fun to make. The only discrepancy I had was that the dough was quite wet- I had to add more flour to reduce stick for kneading and roll out. Bake time was perfect. Don't skip the sugar sprinking 15 minutes prior to finish.
pretty good....I wish the berries were more sweeter,kind of tart.
Let me say this is one of the BEST RECIPES I have used on allrecipes! I did not realize I would be making the recipe into a roll until I was half way thru the recipe. I hesitated but decided to stay true to the recipe. I am soooo... glad I did. The dish was beautiful and flavorful. This is not your momma's cobbler! I took this to a large potluck and it was a huge hit.
I had fresh blackberries on hand from Farmers Market and had all the ingredients asked for so gave this recipe a try. It was very easy to prepare. I gasped a bit when I added the simple syrup as it seemed like way too much, but it baked up perfectly. Another reviewer mentioned problems with the crust, but our crust had great texture and the fruit wasn't too sweet. We will be making this again.
Delish! I made this with an all-purpose gluten free flour (adding salt and baking powder as recommended) and it turned out great. Didn't make the rolls, but I did layer the berries and dough as some others had said.
I have made this recipe so many times I have lost count. Always a hit. The first time I knew this was going to be a hit was when I took it to a family reunion potluck. I made enough that it fit inside a large aluminum rotisserie pan. I left with only a small bowl full which didn't even make it home. NOT DIABETIC FRIENDLY! Well worth the time making it. I have mixed it up on subsequent batches with the berries and here in Oregon we have a Northwest mixture of marionberries, huckleberries and blue berries in the store. That combination is a hit too. Don't be afraid to venture out. This base is perfect!!!
Followed the recipe exactly except I used a strawberry/peach combo. My dough fell apart when I tried to roll it so I just kinda squished it together and then sliced it--doesn't seem to matter anyway. I was very skeptical after pouring the sugar water over, it looked a waterlogged mess, but it turned out wonderfully, and the water really does get completely absorbed! This is my first time making cobbler like this, and I'm very happy with it. I'll be making this again for sure.
This is really great. I did a few things differently. I used the flour mixture in the notes, and instead of cinnamon, I used a sweet cinnamon sprinkle that I had instead. It was really good, everyone loved it, and it was very homemade. I didn't know whether or not it was going to turn out because of the way it looked right after pouring the sugar in it, but I baked it and all was well. I did bake at 425 for 30 minutes, and then added the sugar, and baked at 375 for 15 minutes, only because I was making other items, but it worked. Next time, I'll add different berries to the mixture though. I enjoyed the blackberries, but think this recipe would be great with some other berries added into it.
Absolutely wonderful!! Followed the directions exactly, except when I tried to pick up the sliced jelly roll pieces the fell apart. So I just threw them in the dish all jumbled up and it still came out awsome. I am going to try it again but with blueberries next time.
I made this for my 10 year old son....he loves blackberries. My whole family agreed, this is the BEST blackberry cobbler recipe! Thanks for sharing!!!
OH MY! This was amazing! I don't know how anyone could write a bad review for this. Because of the reviews that stated that this was too sweet, I reduced the sugar to 3/4 cup to 1 cup water and we thought it was just right. Also I only sprinkled about 2 tsp. of sugar on top after baking 45 minutes. After sprinkling the top with sugar I baked for another 10 minutes rather than 15. I did not have self rising flour so I followed the instructions given for that. And I confess I did use 1/2 and 1/2 instead of milk. The dough was exceptional. Crunchy on the top and extremely moist underneath. Wow! NOT dry at all! I can't wait to make this again. Thanks of the recipe.
Delicious. I followed the recipe exactly ingredients wise. I then did the same as another suggestion and used half the dough and placed in the butter on the bottom of the pan. Sprinkled with a cinnamon sugar mix and covered with the berries. I then put the remaining dough slices on top and sprinkled again with cinnamon and sugar. FANTASTIC!!!!
Instead of rolling it up, I put half the dough on top of the butter, then the blackberries, then the rest of the dough. It was great!
Yes, this was the best!! I did not roll out the dough but instead dropped it in the pan in little bits, layer of berries, more dough, berries, finished it with dough. After baking 45 minutes, Tbl sugar and cinnamon mix on top and finished baking. Was worried it would be too sweet so only used 3/4 c sugar-water and it turned out WONDERFUL!!!!
OMG...i have to agree that is will be one of my Blackberry go to desserts. I put in 2 tsp of cinammon by mistake and it was really really really satisfyingly, undescribably delicious! Thanks for sharing Grammies Reciepe!
This needs a lot more berry in it, its too bready as written. Also, I don't melt a 1/2 cup of butter in the pan. I just butter the bottom and use half the butter called for.
a wonderful blackberry cobbler and I don't even like blackberrries!
Tasted great and looked pretty, but I wish there were more blackberries. Next time I might try doubling them, but I need to confirm if other things need to be doubled as well.
Very, very good! Not quite 5 stars but very darn close!
Yum, yum, yum!! I have never made a cobbler before, and I had some blackberries that I needed to use up. I am thrilled with how this turned out! I found it a bit challenging to roll the dough - mine was a bit dry (as others have said), so it crumbled when I tried to make my jelly roll, and when I tried to slice it. But I managed to get it all in the pan and into the over. The end result is beautiful!! I even threw in a few leftover blueberries that had in the fridge. I can't wait to serve it to my husband tonight for dessert!
Great, easy recipe. I used frozen berries, which were already sweet. Next time I will reduce the sugar in the simple syrup.
I've never made cobbler before, so I was a little intimidated, but thought I'd give it a shot after picking copious amounts of blackberries today! It was super-easy and tasted delicious! I didn't tweek a thing. I'll definately keep this on file. Thanks for sharing.
Fabulous, easy and fun to make! It was a hit with my family. Rave reviews across the board! Thanks for sharing this one.
I tried this lastnight using fresh blackberries and I really didn't care for this recipe. I thought with all the good reviews that this would be "the" one that I've been looking for but unfortunately it wasn't. The dough was very good but the sauce was not what I was expecting. I'll keep looking for a blackberry cobbler recipe.
This was so yummy and moist!! My sister had made a cobbler, but it was on the dry side. I knew gramma's know how to bake! Thank you for sharing great family recipes. I also used a 13 x 9 baking dish.
I, like most other reviews i read, had trouble with rolling the dough...it was dry and fell apart when i tried to roll the berries up in it. I did use 3 cups of berries instead of 2 and it seemed to be the perfect amount for the flavor...it is overall a good recipe. It is more of a biscuit dough than a cake like dough.
Our family and friends loved this cobbler. We served it warm with vanilla ice cream. Actually, 3 out of 4 of the adults(myself included) didn't even like blackberries, but couldn't get enough. My husband (the only blackberry fan and a pretty accomplished chef) actually made it, and he said he was unable to cut it into 1/4" slices. He said they were 1/2 to 3/4", and it turned out wonderful. He also said he didn't use the entire 2 Tbsp of sugar on top and there was more than enough. This was a great recipe that we will definatley be making again. Thanks, Trudy!
I was a little nervous after reading the ingredients that the crust or cobbler part would come out soggy but I was totally wrong! This is the best blackberry cobbler recipe I've found yet! I changed a few things like adding some baking powder,salt and mixed blackberries with blueberries. Its the perfect mixture of crunch with plenty of berry juice/gravy at the bottom for your vanilla ice cream. Will be making again!
This is exactly the texture I was looking for in a cobbler. Takes a little more time, but well worth it!
This is a very very delish blackberry cobbler, made it exactly as the recipe calls for ... it's wonderful.
My search is over!! This is the best recipe for blackberry cobbler that I have used. I love that it is "cakey" and crispy at the same time. Delicious!!Thank You for sharing!!!
This cobbler had a superb flavor and consistency. My only negative comment is that it is nearly impossible to cut into 1/4" slices as directed. How can you roll out the dough, spread large berries over that, roll up and then slice 1/4". The berries I had were very large (quarter-size) and while attempting to slice the rolled log the berries would drop out. I ended up cutting them about 3/4" then gently placing them into the melted butter pan. As I said, this tasted very very good, just that it was not as easily done as other reviews said it was. I followed directions to the "tee".
I have never made anything like this before, so when I started rolling it up, I thought I'd messed up - the berries started falling out, etc... but when you bake it up, it doesn't even matter any more, and everyone loved it! I made it for my parents and they couldn't get enough. My mom was very impressed. :)
excellent and a lot easier than i thought it would be to prepare.
Perfect! I lined the baking dish with foil and made this a cleanup free cobbler.
Excellent idea. And the proportiona/measurements were spot on. My only concern is the jelly roll style. Everything kept falling out. Hey, it's cobbler, you can't really mess it up. But the presentation would have been prettier if the filling would stay in. Any suggestions?
The oddness of this recipe is what attracted me to it, but half way in I was regretting wasting my blackberries on an experiment. My blackberries were straight off the bush and very juicy. When I rolled and cut it looked like a murder had taken place in my kitchen - then I poured the sugar syrup on top and it looked way too soupy to work... Silly me! I should have trusted the recipe without worry- not only does the soupy mess turn into a beautiful cobbler, it is the best I've ever tasted! Called our 4th of July host and put my dibs in on bringing the cobbler - no doubt it will be a big hit anywhere! YUMMY!
The recipe itself tasted great.I did as others directed and added more blackberries. When I rolled it up, what a mess. I stuck it in the pan anyways and it came out very tasty.
This recipe was one of the best cobblers. I Substituted water for the milk. Was a BIG hit with my connoisseur husband.
My wife made this cobbler for me after an afternoon of Blackberry picking. I was amazed at the recipe and the quality of the cobbler. This is by far the best cobbler that I have ever eaten. I believe that this recipe will be used by my family for many generations to come.
I have never given a review on a recipe, but this one was just so great...hats off to the creator of this recipe. I was very skeptical at first, it just did not look very good going into the oven but omg..it is the bomb. I did as others and just put small chunks of the dough mixture and then berries and more dough mixture. It looked beautiful coming out of the oven.
Yum! Thanks for sharing your cobbler recipe. Although a little different from a traditional cobbler, it is definately better in my opinion. I made it with a mixed berry (raspberries, blackberries and blueberries) Cant wait to try it with apple. This is definately a keeper!
My friend made this recipe and it was TOTALLY AWESOME! Absolutely the best cobbler I've every had. The only thing that she did different was use 4 cups of blackberries and increase the water and sugar to 1.5 cups each. FABULOUS!!!! I can't wait to try it myself.
Loved this recipe. I was skeptical about the amound of liquid (sugar-water & melted butter) but it came out great. Took a little longer to set (1 hr) but was delicious! I made a couple minor tweaks: I used baking mix instead of flour, and I mixed berries with about 1/3 cup of Danon lite & fit vanilla yogurt before spreading over dough. Last, I sprinkled top with some left over crumb-topping I had from another recipe. FABULOUS! I will definitely make this one again!
The first time I made this, I didn't have either the self-rising flour or baking powder. So I improvised by using a package of biscuit mix. It turned out great for being in a pinch. Everyone loved it!
So good! I used different combinations of fruit and it all worked well. I found that the amount of dough isn't quite enough - I would suggest doubling the recipe, and just layering fruit and then dough (instead of rolling them up).
So very good! Didn't change a thing in ingredients. I just used other reviewers suggestions and layered it with dough and berries.
When I first put these in the oven I was worried that they would not come out right. But when they were done and I added the sugar at the end also they came out great and very good. I would use this recipe again and pass it on.
Love this recipe!! I took the advice of another poster and added half of the dough on the bottom in 1/4 cup of butter and rolled out the othe half and put it on top and drizzeded the top with the 1/4 c of butter. Came out awesome!
Great recipe! We are loaded with wild blackberries in the summer, and I make these about twice a week while they are in season, and try to put up enough to have a few from frozen berries, also.
We made this cobbler for desert last night. It was amazing much better then I had ever hoped! We found that a 1/4 of a cup of butter melted in the pan worked as well as a full stick.
Wow, this is decadent and delicious. I followed the recipe exactly as written except that I made this with apples. I do plan to make the blackberry version this summer when they are in season.
We absolutely LOVED this cobbler! We used fresh blackberries and it was wonderful. The only thing I changed (and that was due to time) was tearing off pieces of dough and flattening it out by hand and layering it throughout the cobbler. This one is definitely a keeper!
this is an excellent and accessible recipe for even novice bakers (such as myself) - after procrastinating for several hours in fear of the baking process - i undertook the task and was overjoyed at the ease of the preparation and even more so with the outcome - the dough was almost like a pie pastry and VERY tasty - i added some cream cheese to the sugar water mixture and then dolloped additional cream cheese on top before baking - that added a special dimension in gastronomic delight
This is a special treat. The biscuit portion reminds me of a shortbread cookie. I made the dough in the food processor and rolled it out as instructed. Mine was done and getting brown after only 50 min. I added the extra cinnamon/sugar and baked another 7. It turned out perfectly. I used frozen mixed berries that were heavy on blackberries. I ended up with a lot of extra juice in the bag so while the cobbler baked I sweetened the juice and thickened it with a little cornstarch. Then I served it warm along with the cobbler and whipped cream.
In my family we aren't big cooks, but we went picked some Blackerries and needed a recipe. We tried this one and it was awesome! Because of the recipe I joined the site and we're going to try and spend more time in the kitchen. Thanks so much!!
Delicious! I wasn't sure I was making it right at first, it looked watery as I put it in the over, but it came out fantastic! This will be made again very soon!
All I can say is that this is quite possibly the best cobbler I've ever had and my family will agree. Followed the recipe as is and I found by keeping to the original the presentation was much prettier and unique looking. Great recipe!
my family loved this cobbler. It was soooo good.
WOW!!! I just made this with fresh apricots from our tree....WOW!! Need I say more!!!
THis is my go to cobbler for events. I use about a cup more berries than it asks for only because you can never have too many! This is a great cobbler for people who don't love cobbler because the crust is sweet and amazing and the entire dish is great right out of the over. My husband loves blackberry season even though I have done it with peaches, apples, and raspberries...all good but not as great as the blackberries
i didn't have time to roll out the dough so i just kind of put it on top. And it turned out the same, but it just wasn't for me. Its tart and crunchy. If thats your pleasure then bake away, but if not i would advise you to find a different recipe