Easy Fresh Blackberry Cobbler Recipe

Ingredients for Easy Fresh Blackberry Cobbler

1 Stick Of Real Butter

2 cups of fresh (or frozen is ok too) Blackberries

One and one half cups white sugar.

1 and one half cups all purpose plain flour.

2 teaspoons Of Baking Powder.

one half cup whole milk.

A couple dashes of ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon real Vanilla extract, I sometimes use a little more


Preheat your oven to 300 degrees. In a two and a half quart casserole dish, (I use a 8x8 glass pyrex dish often), melt your stick of real butter.

Rinse your berries in a colander, and let them drain. Before they are fully dry, mix just half of your sugar around the berries in a medium bowl or dish.

Mix the rest of the dry ingredients together gently, and mix the liquid together (milk and vanilla), then pour all over the melted butter in the other dish and mix together.

On top of that mixture, put the sugared berry mixture on top.

Bake your cobbler for one and one half hours. You know it is done when you insert a toothpick or knife edge, and only the berry juice shows, and no uncooked dough. Cook longer if you see some dough, until you no longer see any dough on the toothpick or knife edge.

Serving it warm with vanilla ice cream is my favorite way to serve it! If it has cooled, easily heat it up in the microwave till just warm. Don't heat too long.

**Variation for a 9x13 pyrex dish - I have done this, and added almost an extra cup of blackberries, extra sugar and butter. It was very tasty as well. The ice cream really tops it off, I wouldn't make it if I couldn't serve it with ice cream, but that is just me.