Dutch's Blackberry Cobbler

Dutch's Blackberry Cobbler

This has to be one of the finest- if not the finest cobbler recipes in the world. Fresh out of the oven or a day later (if there is any left) it is always a crowd pleaser.  One of our favorite things to do is to pick our fresh local blackberries then head home to make this cobbler. I assure you it will give you a foodgasum. 

Ingredients list:

1 stick of butter

1 1/2 cups of sugar plus 2 Tbsp for topping

1 cup of flour

2 tsp baking powder

3/4 cup of milk

2 1/2 cups of fresh or frozen blackberries (NOTE: you can use other berries. I have even used rhubarb and pumpkin cubed up). 


Heat oven to 350. Using an 8x8 glass pan (must be glass) there is just something about it that makes magic for this dish. 


Place butter into the glass pan. Place in oven. Allow butter to melt fully. Meanwhile, in a small bowl mix remaining ingredients with the exception of the fruit. Once the butter has melted- using a hot pad- pull the pan out of the oven. Roll the butter as high up on the pan as possible. This will insure crunchy edges!   


Next pour batter into the pan using a steady ribbon stream of batter to allow small pockets of the butter to creep into the batter. Now add your berries or other filling. Sprinkle remaining 2 Tbls of sugar over fruit. 


Bake for 45 minutes. You may need to bake a little longer if you are using frozen fruit. Just watch for browed edges and jiggle the pan to see if the center has set. If it does still jiggle in the center bake a little longer. 


I like to serve this dish hot with real vanilla ice cream. 


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