Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 3 mins

Very nice light dessert and healthier for you since there is no crust.


  1. Divide blueberries among four ovenproof 8-ounce custard cups.
  2. Spread with sour cream; sprinkle with brown sugar.
  3. Place on a baking sheet and broil 4-6 inches from the heat for 3-4 minutes or until bubbly and sugar melts.
Most Helpful

Just tried this today for breakfast. My daughter just LOVES it!! She came home from work and asked me to make it again for a snack! I prefer mine not broiled ( I like my blueberries cold! ). Might try it broiled with rolled oats sprinkled on top next time. Very glad I tried it!!

Lvfood June 07, 2010

I enjoyed this very much, very simple and light. I used light sour cream and that worked fine. I broiled them longer also, just to get a nice browned top. My DH wasn't as impressed with this dessert, which surprised me (thus the 4-stars). I think it just didn't have enough weight for him. Next time I'll try adding a small slice of pound cake in the bottom for him. The more I think about it, I think he viewed this more as a topping and was disappointed not to find something below the blueberries. I foresee his and her versions of this recipe of us in the future. ;-)

Kathy :-( September 06, 2005

Made this with blackberries and it was gooood. It took mine 6 or 7 minutes to broil.

sugarpea August 23, 2005