5 Reviews

This is the first cobbler I've tried, and I thought it was great. Tasted to me almost like angelfood cake, but with gooey blueberries through out it. I think it is delicious!

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shindigger July 11, 2006

This taste really good but it is not like any cobbler I have had before. It was more like a Blueberry crumble. It only rose about 3/4 of an inch and there was no crust remaining on the bottom. It was good and quick though.

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fredanddixie June 14, 2006

The amounts of butter and milk should be reduced to 1/4 cup butter, 3/4 cup milk. Therefore, a better batter would rise in a 7x11 pan with 40 min baking time. I feel these corrections would make a successful cobbler. Prepared for July 2008 Cobbler, Pie, Tart Event in the Photo Forum.

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Seasoned Cook July 10, 2008

This didn't quite turn out as I expected it would but it was good tasting. Using the 9" x 13" pan produced a very thin cobbler. It had a good, buttery flavor. Thanks for the recipe.

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Marie Nixon August 06, 2006

Marie, this blueberry cobbler was very tasty. It was super easy and the instructions were well-written. I think I'd reduce the milk a bit next time as the batter was a bit thin, and for me this might've been slightly too sweet. I used an 8x8" square baking pan, which meant a longer cooking time. I think a 9x13" pan as instructed would've been better. Thanks very much!

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Heather U. July 13, 2006
Blueberry Cobbler