3 Reviews

FANTASTIC recipe! Incredibly easy and just delicious. Looked beautiful and interesting in the skillet. I will most definitely be making this again...soon!

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lgoforth66_7956147 March 10, 2010

The cast iron skillet was rustic and cool. All that butter with the juicy berries was almost sickeningly rich, and meanwhile the biscuit was dry. Next time I'll use a recipe that calls for putting the butter into the batter.

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Nose April 08, 2007

One of my PAC 2006 chosen recipes -- Wow, this disappeared fast! I brought it to work, along with some vanilla ice cream, and I think the whole pan was gone within 45 minutes (I didn't even tell anyone it was on the table, I think they just smelled it when I came in the door because it was still warm)! My berries were really juicy (I used thawed frozen berries), so my cobbler didn't come out looking as pretty as the picture, but it certainly tasted good. Oh, and I didn't have any self-rising flour, so I just made my own per the instructions from the cooking tips and hints thread. I also added about a teaspoon of cinnamon to the batter just because. Very simple to make, and it smells incredible when it's warm. I'll definitely be making this one again sometime. Thanks for posting!

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Muffin Goddess May 23, 2006
Skillet Blueberry Cobbler