Top-ranked recipe named "Deb's Berry "Cobbler? I barely even know her""
by Deb Clauson
"This recipe makes a delicious blackberry cobbler. I made it several times over the summer. The crust is delicious! A tip for late in the season berries: add a little sugar and let them sit for an hour or two before making the cobbler."
1. Pour berries into 8 x 8 x 2 inch pan.
2. Stir flour, sugar and egg mixture, will be crumbley. Sprinkle over berries.
3. Drizzle melted butter over top of cobbler.
4. Bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes.
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hawaiit 1 year agoDelicious! And soooo quick and easy!
LADragonfly69 2 years agoThis is great cobbler.Good with either blackberries or blueberries, or mix both.
LADragonfly69 2 years agoThis is so good.I used blackberries and blueberries.My husband loved it, I will make this again.So easy,and good
jamirussellhallman 2 years agoFantastic! So easy and fast. This will be my 'go to cobbler recipe' from here on.
Sophea 2 years agoWill make again! It was yummy!
wewerebornready 3 years agoJust cuz I like the name!
tadaa 4 years agoVery simple and very good even without ice cream!
Dardan 4 years agoLoved this cobbler. Topping was almost like shortbread. I added lemon zest to it. yummy with vanilla ice cream.
Srowlandyum123 5 years agoThis recipe makes a delicious blackberry cobbler. I made it several times over the summer. The crust is delicious! A tip for late in the season berries: add a little sugar and let them sit for an hour or two before making the cobbler.
vferrari 6 years ago[I posted this recipe.]