4 Berry Cobbler………………

What could be better than a hot berry cobbler with a side of creamy vanilla ice cream? Isn’t your mouth watering? Cobblers are good any time of the year, but it’s such a great holiday dish, don’t ya think? You may want to consider this one for the upcoming holidays. This particular cobbler is a real favorite of mine. I love berries. Sometimes when I make this, I throw in some dried cherries or even cranberries. The cranberries give it such a holiday taste.

I have made this with fresh berries and also with frozen berries. I gotta say….I don’t really see a big difference. So if fresh berries aren’t available, by all means use frozen!

The crust/topping on this cobbler is the same as the one on my peach cobbler  that I posted awhile back. If you haven’t tried the peach, you will definitely want to. The crust on this cobbler is amazing. It really is. It’s not one of those puffy, fluffy crusts….blekh, I don’t care for those. This one is just something you’ll have to try. It has a bit of a crackly, sugary, melt in your mouth topping. I will tell you this…I will never make any other cobbler crust. This is my one and only.

Don’t forget to serve it with some good vanilla ice cream!



4 Berry Cobbler

3 – 4 cups of berries (blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries) Frozen or fresh
1/3 cup sugar
2  tblsp butter
Put the berries in a square baking dish (9×9). Scatter bits of the 2 Tblsp. of butter on top of the fruit and sprinkle with the 1/3 cup of sugar. Set aside.

1/2 cup butter, softened
1  cup self rising flour
1  egg
1 cup sugar

Heat oven to 350.
Using a mixer, mix together the butter and sugar till creamy. Gently mix in the flour. Don’t over mix. Add the egg and mix just until smooth. Drop by little spoonfuls all over the fruit. Sprinkle with about 1 Tblsp. of sugar. Bake for 35-40 minutes or until top is golden. Allow to sit out for 15 minutes. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream.

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