This is so easy and sooooo good! I doubled the recipe with no problem, but next time I think I'll add extra berries. Wonderful with homemade vanilla ice cream!
Super easy! Used frozen blackberries and reduced the sugar by 1/4c., it was plenty sweet. Also added some vanilla extract and cinnamon to the batter. Thanks for sharing.
Very tasty. My one issue with it was that it was hard to tell when the cobbler was done... it's so moist that the usual stick-fork-in-and-see-if-dry method doesn't apply, and by the time I was sure it was done, some of it had burnt. Guess next time I'll know to remove it at 35 min, not 40.
This was the perfect cobbler for us! We had picked some blackberries and I wanted to make a recipe that would let them shine. This was just the recipe. Simple in every way.I had looked at other recipes that called for 3 cups of sugar and a stick of butter. I'm sorry, but to me that is overkill. I'm so glad I chose your recipe. We didn't miss all that sugar or the butter. I used about 2 1/2 cups of blackberries and added about 3/4 t. of cinnamon to the batter. I served it warm with a scoop of good vanilla ice cream. I'll be using this recipe for all my fruit cobblers. Thanks for posting!
This was good and very easy to make, but not my favorite cobbler recipe. I'm not sure what my mom puts in hers, but the crust is crisp, which I prefer, whereas this was a little on the rubbery side. But, all-in-all this made a nice dessert. Ice cream is a must!
i just made this in about 5 minutes (prep time). It was sooooo easy and turned out awesome. I used self-rising flour so it couldnt have been simpler. I may get addicted to this recipe. And it looks pretty too!!
I made this in a 8X8 pan and used frozen blackberries. I think that because of the smaller pan size it turned out more cake like than cobbler. But the taste was nice.
This was very good for not having any oil/butter. I also used 3/4 C. whole wheat flour and 1/4 c. white flour. Thanks so much for sharing!!
This was just okay for me, not great.