Pour the batter over the berries. The blackberries should be good to go by now! PS: About tasting the flour, I forgot to add that when you place your finger on your tongue don't put it on the tip of your tongue, that's where your sweet taste buds are- instead, put your finger about 3/4 to 1 inch back on the middle of your tongue - that's where your salty taste buds are located. Lol! Lumberjack Feud. The cinnamon and nutmeg takes this to a different level than your regular cobbler, and the crust was crunchy and amazing. I put two cups in and, while the flavor was wonderful, it was way skimpy on blackberries for my taste. Anonymous: I know it has been along time since the post from Ms. Shea, still, I was very curious to know if you ever heard back from her. Making it again for Thanksgiving :) You rock! As the cake bakes, the butter is supposed to seep into it, which makes for a crusty top. Paula ... Find Paula on The Best of Paula. 14 %, or (16 ounce) bag thawed frozen unsweetened blackberries. Hey Lindsay, Hope you are having a great 4th. The simple syrup should be colored like the blackberries and the blackberries might start to resemble raspberries! I have a big ole pan of your cobbler recipe baking in the oven as I type! I am looking for a divine recipe and yours looks wonderful. And I'm making it again for my dad's birthday get-together. My husband loved it. It is the BEST blackberry cobler I have ever tasted! That's for another day and another post though. This will be just like my grandmother made for us when we returned from picking buckets full of blackberries. It got rave reviews and requests for the recipe. I love hearing that! Thanks for sharing your memory! I've never tried it with that many cups of blackberries. I had about 4 cups of berries, so I upped the sr flour and the milk to 2 cups each. The only thing that I can think of is I didn't use self-rising flour (wasn't sure what was in my canister) My cake part didn't rise at all, it was real gummy and there was alot of butter just sitting on top of the cobbler? Bake until the crust is golden and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, about 30 minutes. Spray a 10-inch cast-iron skillet with cooking spray. Lindsay, I was just given a walmart bag full of ginormous blackberries. Almost exactly like my Grandma's recipe... And hers was the best!Anyone who's never had it made this way is missing out, I've looked at so many recipes, trying to find a recipe that melted butter in the pan, then batter, then berries cooked in sugar & water first... Hard to find! I always use unsalted butter so I can control the amount of salt. I'm a Northerner and made this dish for true-blue southerners who KNOW what great cobbler should taste like (no pressure! Margaritas?) Now pop the dish in the oven and bake for 30-45 minutes, depending on your oven. Thanks for sharing! Blackberry Cobbler. There's definitely no "fish" in this recipe!! Let me know! I've never tried using anything but butter so I can't really give a solid recommendation on a substitute. In a medium bowl, gently stir together all berries, ½ cup sugar, cornstarch, lemon juice, and orange zest until well combined. Thank you so much! I sure am glad blackberries are starting to be in season again! Jul 31, 2017 - A food blog from a writer in love with the South. In a bowl, toss together the peaches, blackberries, granulated sugar, and cornstarch; set aside. LOL! Remove from oven. I was going to do this with more, have you tried that? Bring to a boil; cook and stir for 2 minutes or until thickened. Make sure you're keeping an eye on those blackberries! Hi Lindsay! baking dish coated with cooking spray. "DO NOT STIR"! I am making this for the second time. JTV. I hope the cobbler came out the way you expected it to. "Probably the best cobbler we've ever had". baking powder, 1/2 tsp. 43.4 g Hi Ben! I loved this cobbler! Lynn H. North Carolina. And I also like your narrative, especially the part about dumping the stick of butter in the *fish*! Hi Shawn! They are dreamy! I followed the recipe to a tee so I'm at a loss?? Mix in the softened butter until the mixture resembles cornmeal, then stir in the milk until moistened. Thanks! ;)) I made them this along with a special dinner and got RAVE reviews on this dessert! Chocolate cobbler! I can hear your personality through your writing- personality is hard to convey through black and white print sometimes, however you nailed it! Hi Jill! DIRECTIONS. Little ole' me will be mingling with the South's finest cook and I could not be more excited! I had to go back and read it again....lolol!! Stir sugar and flour together and mix well. Nothing like it! Deen Brothers. I'll have to go in and fix it! Just like G'ma used to make......I think we all must have had the same Grandmother? This is just how I made the cobbler tonight. If the cake didn't rise and the butter is still sitting on top, I'm wondering if it wasn't hot enough. I don't really ever use self-rising flour either, but when I don't have it and a recipe calls for it I make sure to add baking powder and salt to kind of transform the AP flour into self-rising. Paula Deen Home. This recipe is so easy and delicious that it will make your head spin. But I'm happy to hear that you enjoyed the recipe! In a large bowl, combine the pancake mix, milk, and eggs until no … Butter an 8-inch square baking dish. My children and I picked blackberries this morning and made your cobbler this evening. Thanks!!! You could also use the puree as an add-in to cocktails (maybe Blackberry Mojitos? :) I'm so glad you enjoyed the recipe. I'm glad it could bring a smile to your face! Thank you so much!!! I've used this same recipe with blueberries and even peaches! I used an 8"x11" baking dish. Stir in blackberries and lemon juice. The cobbler was great, super easy, (as was the BBQ ,grilled corn, and veggies from my little garden.) I'm so glad you loved it! This shortcut method comes together in less than 5 minutes. Restaurants. This is the closest thing to my grandmothers cobbler I've ever tasted! If you want something quick, use canned BlackBerry pie filling as a substitute, not as good but ready in a flash! You'll know it's done when the blackberries are bubbling and the cake is browned on top. Submit. JTV. Blackberry Cobbler. As a kid in west Alabama I remember braving the heat and stickers to gather wild blackberries for Aunt Iva Sue's stovetop cobbler (more like blackberries n dumplings). That's such a compliment! Pour into a 1-1/2-qt. Perfect! I have,added extra blackberries. Cookbooks. "Because life is good, home cooking is best, and there is always something to be grateful for." Hope this helps! Just a small amount will tell the tale. Cut in the butter until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. I would also like to add this to a cookbook me and my father are putting together in memory of my mother. They’re sweet, they’re tart, and they go perfectly in pies and salads, on pork and steak, and so many other awesome ways. I made it for a church social and it was GONE!

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