Monday, July 27, 2015

Easy Blackberry Cobbler


We have been picking wild blackberries from the woods and freezing them.

Today I want to share an EASY recipe for blackberry cobbler.


Now I know there is much debate as to what constitutes a cobbler...

biscuit topping

streusel topping

pie crust topping

cake batter topping

So I did some research...
From what I found, I do believe the original cobbler was made with a biscuit topping.

OK, good to know right?
But that's not what I made (smile).



This Pioneer Woman recipe uses self rising flour and has proven to be a winner around here!
(I tweaked it just a tad)

It is so easy to assemble using a 1 cup - 1 cup - 1 cup method.

Here's what you need:
1 stick butter
1 1/4 cup sugar
1 cup self rising flour
1 cup milk
2 1/2 cups blackberries

Let's make it:
Melt the butter.
In a mixing bowl, whisk 1 cup sugar, 1 cup self rising flour, and 1 cup milk (that's the 1 c - 1 c - 1 c method)
Pour in the melted butter.  Whisk together good.
Pour the mixture into a buttered pie pan.
Add the blackberries all over the top.
Sprinkle 1/4 sugar over the top.
Bake at 350 degrees for one hour.


The self rising flour ends up giving it a 'cobblestone' look.


The berries have such a deep beautiful blackish purple color that exudes through and through.


Would you like ice cream with yours?


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13 comments:

  1. I wold love some ice cream with mine! This blackberry cobbler looks so amazing....especially since the blackberries are wild! There's something so amazing about foraging off the land.

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    1. I agree Kathy...foraging off the land gives such a good feeling and is good for the soul ;-)

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  2. Ice cream...yes, please! Your cobbler looks fantastic, LL! Love the gorgeous color! Have a great week! =) ~CB

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  3. This is one of my favorite ways to make cobbler! I wish I lived closer to you because I would have my bucket out picking blackberries with you. I love blackberries and I could eat cobbler every day. Hope your week is off to an awesome start, CoCo

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  4. Yes, yes I would! :) I have this pinned.

    I loved your Farm Friday pictures in the last post. I can't believe how big the chickens have gotten and that new calf is so cute with the heart on it's head :)

    xo,
    rue

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  5. Oh this looks delicious, I need me some cobbler and I would take it anyway I can make it.
    Im with Christine, topped with ice cream!!
    Thanks for sharing ob the #OMHGWW!!

    Have a great week!
    Karren

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  6. I'm wishing I had a piece right now! I'd change out for rasberries since I've developed an addiction to them recently. Are you teasing us with this lusciousness?

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  7. This looks so good...Our blackberries in the woods are not quite ripe yet, Can't wait to try this as soon as they get ready!

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  8. This looks so yummy! I'm glad I found your recipe at Our Simple Homestead Blog Hop :)

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    1. Thanks Lisa. I hope you try the recipe.

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  9. Enjoyed this post and love blackberry cobbler. This is one of my picks for featured post of the week on the Homestead Blog Hop.

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    1. Blackberry cobbler hits the spot ;-) Thanks for the feature.

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  10. This looks delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

    Thanks again for linking up with Green Thumb Thursday! I hope to see you back this week!

    Lisa

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