Low Fat Blackberry Cobbler
- Ready In:
- 1⁄2 cup sugar
- 1⁄2 cup brown sugar
- 1⁄2 cup all-purpose flour
- 1⁄2 cup whole wheat graham flour
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 cup skim milk
- 1 egg white
- 2 cups blackberries
- Preheat oven to 350 and spray a 7"x 9" baking pan.
- In a medium bowl, mix all ingredients together well, except blackberries and pour into pan.
- Place blackberries on top of the batter.
- If using frozen blackberries allow them to partially defrost.
- Bake 45-50 minutes, or until dark golden brown.
- Remember this will appear darker than what you may be used to.
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Excellent recipe! I used Splenda & the Splenda blend brown sugar & added 1 tsp vanilla. Also used 1/2 blackberries & 1/2 raspberries but it came out great! I was concerned at first about it being soggy but the berries blended just right with the batter & made it perfect. If any of you are doing Weight Watchers the PointsPlus value (cutting it in 6 servings) is only 3, figured on the WW site. (it'll probably be 2 on the original points plan)
This is good! More of a bar recipe than a cobbler, but I expected that from the ingredients. I made a few changes based on personal taste and available berries. I added a splash of vanilla to the batter and to the berries, and a splash of lemon juice to the berries. I also left out the white sugar entirely, and it was still sweet enough for us. I used mostly blackberries with a little blueberry and strawberry. Next time I want to try strawberries and rhubarb! And all blueberries would be great, too. I bet you could add a little cream cheese for yet another variation. Many possibilities. Thanks for the recipe. :)
I fixed this yesterday with some freshly-picked blackberries. The whole family loved it! I had to use crushed graham crackers in place of the whole wheat graham flour and I sprinkled some extra brown sugar over the blackberries before I popped them in the oven. My boyfriend suggested adding in a little vanilla in the future, which I will try. Went great with vanilla ice cream =) Thanks for sharing. I plan to use this again!
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Living in Florida. Retired in 2000. For fun? I don't work. I cook with the least saturated fat possible and avoid trans fat (partially hydrogenated fat or oil)entirely. My cookbooks are by the American Heart Association, Dr. Dean Ornish, Vegan, Vegetarian and related. I do a cardio workout at least every other day.