4.48 / 5 Stars | 74 Reviews by Judi Harris "This prizewinning blackberry cobbler is best served at room temperature, so you can take it with you to picnics and parties." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
Spring means the freshness of berries! Check out this amazing dessert that is easy to make with a few, simple ingredients.
This quick and easy blackberry cobbler is a stress-free end of summer dessert. You can use whatever berries are available in the market for this recipe. Serve your blackberry cobbler with ice cream.
Seedy blackberries have a vibrant purple color and are bursting with a sweet-tart flavor. Not sure how to use this berry? From an elegant layer cake to a rustic cobbler to a jam that doubles as a glaze for pork, here are eleven of our favorite ways.
Cobbler is insanely simple to make—just mix up easy drop biscuits and throw them over a layer of slightly sweetened summer fruit.
Times sure have changed. Just five years ago I was stocking up on my most beloved cookbooks, scouring them daily for my favorite recipes. Now? It's blogs. Always the first place I look. And The Faux Martha, clearly, is a fave. I've been eyeing this cobbler for so long but the berries in our house get…
4.55 / 5 Stars | 44 Reviews by Baron "A vanilla batter brings out the taste of summertime in this cobbler recipe." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
There are all kinds of desserts out there that can feature fresh berries, from pies to cobblers, and one type that you should add to your repertoire (if you haven’t already done so) is a buckle. A buckle is a fruit-laden cake that gets its name from the fact that there is so much fruit [...]
The first time I heard about Squam Lake and Squam Workshops I said outloud "Ugh?". That was last year. Now, when I hear those words, something inside of me lights up and I say "heck yes!" Squam is truly a magical place. A three day retreat put together by a group of talented women with the gorgeous Elizabeth leading the troups. Show More Summary
Is there a more old-fashioned word than cobbler or cobbled? It brings to mind a shoemaker in a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale or those stone streets in Europe (the ones that are so treacherous if you're wearing high heels). Just the word alone is quaint, charming and feels handmade. Show More Summary
4.5 / 5 Stars | 2 Reviews by Inspired by Home Cooks "Feeling nostalgic? Try this fresh blackberry cobbler, baked the traditional way in a cast iron skillet." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
Have the ingredients but not the time to make a pie? Make a cobbler instead! That's what I love about cobblers. If you have a couple baskets of berries or some stone fruit sitting around, you can quickly prep the cobbler before dinner,...Show More Summary
From peaches to blackberries, there's nothing quite as simple and delicious as a fresh summer fruit cobbler! A classic American dessert including a fruit filling and crispy-crunchy-golden-brown pastry topping, cobblers and crisps are...Show More Summary
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Happy Easter! Did all of your eggs end up in one basket? I had a blackberry hunt after all the eggs had been found. Those are all off of the bush growing in Great Gran’s rose. There is a cobbler in the very near future.
Cranberry sauce can be a great addition to a cobbler or crisp recipe. The basic cranberry sauce recipe calls for whole berries and sugar, which are also the two main ingredients in most fruit cobbler recipes (although you can use fruits besides berries, of course!). The cranberry sauce is already cooked, so it isn’t necessarily [...]
Up here in Northern California the Indian Summer weather brings Naked Ladies and ripe blackberries on the side of any and all country roads. In the past my family and I have picked buckets of them. We've made jam, pies, cobblers, and fruit crisps. Show More Summary
So I’m not much of a cook. I’m also not much of wild fruit scrounger. On my two caribou hunts I’ve spent more time eating blueberries than hunting. Other than that, it’s mostly roadside stands and grocery stores. But I found a fantastic stand of blackberries hiking with the daughter last [...]
TRYON, N.C. - After the lunch break at the City Council retreat (great blackberry cobbler! - and yes, the Observer journalists pay for their own lunch) talk has turned to transportation.Hard to blog and take notes and listen simultaneously,...Show More Summary
Despite all evidence to the contrary, today is National Leftovers Day. At my house: stuffing, blackberry cobbler, turkey. At the White House: All of that, plus more. What's in your fridge? Day-after details, in the open thread below. [Nibble]