blackberry cobbler

{{ blackberry cobbler }}

yesterday i took out a bag of frozen blackberries i had picked over the summer and made this cobbler.  thankfully, we have our own blackberry patch, so there’s always plenty of berries!

1 cup sugar {or 6 tablespoons agave nectar or maple syrup }
1 cup spelt flour { or whole wheat pastry flour }
2 teaspoons baking powder { i like Rumford – aluminum free }
1 cup milk substitute { i use rice milk }
½ cup applesauce or 1 stick { ½ cup } butter
1 quart { 4 cups } blackberries { fresh or frozen }


Preheat oven to 350-degrees.

In bowl combine the first three ingredients.  Add milk and mix well.

In a deep baking dish, add melted butter or applesauce.

Pour batter on top of applesauce or melted butter.

Rinse and pat dry the blackberries.  Sweeten blackberries to taste.  Pour over batter.


Bake at 350-degrees for about 35 minutes or until golden brown and bubbly.

Serve warm with vanilla ice cream.  { or if you’re like me, serve it with coconut sorbet instead }

note:  if you use frozen berries, let the berries thaw to room temperature, and pat dry to remove all the excess moisture.



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2 thoughts on “blackberry cobbler

  1. This sounds wonderful! Thank you for including the substitutions and tips, it’s appreciated. That last picture could not be more adorable…

  2. I like the idea of using the applesauce instead of melted butter. Looks yummy, and I made a unique blackberry cobbler last summer (with YOUR blackberries) so this is special to me.

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