36 Reviews

Delicious!! This quick and easy dessert is kind of like a cobbler, and kind of like a crisp. I added 1 TBS. corn starch to the blackberry/sugar mixture to thicken as suggested by a previous reviewer. Also, I cut the topping ingredients down to a 1/4 recipe: (3/4 c. brown sugar, 6 TBS. chopped walnuts, 1/2 c. flour, 3 TBS. melted butter), and I had plenty of topping. My blackberry loving husband loved this dessert. Thank you for sharing this quick, easy, and delicious recipe.

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Bayhill July 15, 2007

Wonderful! Especially for those with a SWEET tooth. I'm a little on the less sweet side for health reasons so the second time I made it I cut down on the sugars by half, would recommend by a third for most people. Butter was too much for me, but I think those who are comfortable with good old recipes will enjoy this one. For a variation after those two I used fresh blueberries and canned peaches for the filling, substituted oats for the nuts on the topping. These recipes are so flexible its hard to mess up when you have the initial one to work from. Ideas for the next would be some cinnamon and ginger in the mix.

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Garlic Gnome July 29, 2013

Worst recipe ever. This is horrible. Never make this. I have tried this. I cooked this for at least 1 hour, and it was still doughy. The edges were overcooked and the middle never cooked. It tasted really bad too.

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coolcook360 June 05, 2012

This cobbler is very sweet. As soon as we scraped off the topping it was better. I only used half of the topping too. It also took way longer to bake than the recipe said. I probably will not make it again.

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susan j. August 12, 2015

This is my favorite blackberry Cobbler recipe, but I modify it as following:<br/><br/>I make the topping, keep it in the freezer and only put about 1/4 of it over the top. I sprinkle it on and eyeball it.<br/><br/>I also use frozen berries that I picked last summer. I mix about 2 Tablespoons of cornstarch in to the sugar before I add them to the berries.

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Shari Jones April 04, 2014

Real good cobbler recipe! I used a combo of blackberries and strawberries since I didn't pick enough blackberries today! :)

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Brad 007 July 02, 2013

Delicious! Best Blackberry cobbler recipe I've found. Easy & the kids loved it. Thanks for sharing

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Shari T. September 22, 2012

Very good! I thickened the blackberries and cut the topping down to 14 of the recipe. I cooked mine for 30 min and then added topping and cooked for 10 minutes longer. It came out perfect.

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Tammie112 August 27, 2012

This recipe is a keeper! Thanks for sharing, it is delicious.

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mkdj1989 July 03, 2011
Blackberry Cobbler