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Southern Blackberry Cobbler

Updated on July 21, 2010
Blackberry Cobbler is truly one of the most delicious desserts there is.
Blackberry Cobbler is truly one of the most delicious desserts there is.

Delicious Blackberry Cobbler Recipe

When I was a child I could not wait for the blackberries to be ripe so I could go blackberry picking and my Grandma could make delicious homemade blackberry cobbler. And if you will follow the simple directions below anyone can make delicious blackberry cobbler.

Blackberries make one of the most delicious cobblers there is.
Blackberries make one of the most delicious cobblers there is.

Ingredients

For your Blackberry Cobbler ingredients you will need.

1. One Stick Of Real Butter.

2. Two Cups Fresh or Canned Blackberries.

3. One and a Half Cups Granulated White Sugar.

4. One And One Half Cups All Purpose Plain  Flour.

5. Two Teaspoons Of Baking Powder.

6. One Half Cup Whole Milk.

7. One Teaspoon Real Vanilla Extract.


You will want to first set your temperature of your oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
You will want to first set your temperature of your oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
Melt your stick of butter into a 2 1/2 Quart Casserole Dish.
Melt your stick of butter into a 2 1/2 Quart Casserole Dish.
Mix 1/2 of the sugar with the frozen blackberries.
Mix 1/2 of the sugar with the frozen blackberries.
Combine the remaining sugar , flour , baking powder , milk and vanilla extract on top of the butter and mix very well.
Combine the remaining sugar , flour , baking powder , milk and vanilla extract on top of the butter and mix very well.
Pour the blackberries that you added the sugar to in on top of the mixed flour , sugar mixture.
Pour the blackberries that you added the sugar to in on top of the mixed flour , sugar mixture.
Bake your blackberry cobbler for about one and a half hours.
Bake your blackberry cobbler for about one and a half hours.
You can use a toothpick to easily see when your blackberry cobbler is done. If the toothpick comes out with only berry juice it is done. If you see dough cook it a little longer.
You can use a toothpick to easily see when your blackberry cobbler is done. If the toothpick comes out with only berry juice it is done. If you see dough cook it a little longer.

So Are You Ready To Make Your Blackberry Cobbler

Why not go to the supermarket now and get what you need to make a delicious blackberry cobbler. When you make your blackberry cobbler please post a comment below and let us all know how your blackberry cobbler turned out. And thanks for reading my hub page.

Please post your blackberry cobbler comments , tips , suggestions , and questions now.

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      tiffany delite 4 years ago from united states

      omgoodness, this looks so very, very yummy! i love blackberries, and i imagine you could substitute other fruits for the blackberries in this recipe. thanks so much for sharing...blessings!

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      amanda_swan2003 5 years ago

      I just made this....I will post again in an hr and a half and let u know how it turns out! :)

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      Paula 6 years ago from The Midwest, USA

      Hi Crazyhorseghost, this cobbler looks wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing it here with us. I really appreciate it, and can't wait to try it. I was looking around for some recipes and so happy that I think I have all these things on hand. I came across some fresh blackberries, and hope that works just as well.

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      Paradise7 6 years ago from Upstate New York

      Wow! Does that look good!!! Unfortunately, I just re-started my diet, otherwise I'd check it out, TODAY! Instead, I'll just bookmark it for that happy day when the 20-odd pounds are gone again!

    (C) July 2010 , by Thomas Byers aka Crazyhorsesghost
    (C) July 2010 , by Thomas Byers aka Crazyhorsesghost
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