38 Reviews

This was very easy to make and was delicious! Will make this again and again!

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Kevin420phx July 14, 2002

Very good, but a little too sweet. I will also cut back on the sugar a bit, to 3'4 cup. I absolutely love the ease of this recipe! Great with vanilla ice cream!Thanks!

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Grammabobbie July 11, 2010

Used frozen blueberries and cut back on the sugar by almost 1/4 cup. Wish I would have had ice cream or whipped cream. Even so, by the end of the evening DH and I managed to eat the entire cobbler. YES I AM ASHAMED but this recipe was too darn good to stay away from! I'll add a whisper of cinnamon to the dry mix next time. YUM!

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Hadice April 29, 2010

Delicious! It truly made our night! We used frozen blueberries which worked so well. We added a dash of brown sugar, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and nutmeg to the dry mix. It gave it a nice kick! Thank you so much for sharing.

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janelwork February 17, 2010

I've been looking for a good cobbler recipe and this is the best so far! I used 1/2 whole wheat and 1/2 kamut flour(a varient of whole wheat) and it was crumbly and yummy! I liked that it wasn't too sweet! I topped it with ice cream and mmmmm good!

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aayres June 10, 2007

Super easy for this beginner! A big hit with my entire family! I served it over vanilla ice cream.

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Jessie W. June 06, 2014

This was friggin' delicious. I added some vanilla to the crust mix, used fresh blueberries, and squeezed a big juicy lemon all over the berries--it was fantastic. I say "was" because it is now gone, a mere hour after it came out of the oven.

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~ Dara ~ June 19, 2013

I baked this tonight in an 8 x 8 pan so it would fit in my toaster oven instead of heating the house with my stove oven. The only other change I made was to add a little cinnamon to the dry ingredients before mixing with egg. We ate the warm cobbler over vanilla ice cream and it was wonderful! I will definitely use this recipe again. For us, it was just the right amount of sweet and juicy. I really liked how simple it was to throw together and how I had all of the ingredients already on hand. Thank you for sharing this recipe!

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MAK #3 June 16, 2013

An easy blueberry fix for a middle of the week dessert. Found it a tad bit sweet so next time will cut back a bit on the sugar. Both hubby & I enjoyed it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Thanks for an easy, yet tastey dessert.

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Nova Scotia Cook April 10, 2010

This was a good cobbler, but not what I am used to. That said, I enjoyed the topping, but everything was really runny. I think I would prefer something with more 'body'.

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Chill October 11, 2009
Warm Blueberry Cobbler