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Blueberry Cobbler Recipes

Looking for recipes for blueberry cobblers? Taste of Home has the best blueberry cobbler recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Skillet Blueberry Slump

Skillet Blueberry Slump

Skillet Blueberry Slump

My mother-in-law made a slump of wild blueberries with dumplings and served it warm with a pitcher of farm cream. We’ve been eating slump for nearly 60 years! —Eleanore Ebeling, Brewster, Minnesota

Biscuit Blueberry Cobbler

Biscuit Blueberry Cobbler

Biscuit Blueberry Cobbler

“All nine varieties of blueberries we grow taste yummy in this easy cobbler,” says Diane Cain, a fruit farmer from Hixton, Wisconsin. “Cut a juicy piece and celebrate summer!”

Blueberry Apple Crisp

Blueberry Apple Crisp

Blueberry Apple Crisp

From Milford, Indiana, field editor Harriet Stichter says, "Here's a family reunion choice from our dessert lovers."
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Blueberry and Peach Cobbler

Blueberry and Peach Cobbler

Blueberry and Peach Cobbler

For a tasty finale to any meal, try this classic cobbler. Your family will be delighted by the sweet flavor.—Laura Jansen, Battle Creek, Michigan

Healthy Triple Berry Cobbler

Healthy Triple Berry Cobbler

Healthy Triple Berry Cobbler

Make any meal extra special by topping it off with this tart, berry-bursting dessert. Simply wonderful! —Amanda Millard, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Cherry Crumb Dessert

Cherry Crumb Dessert

Cherry Crumb Dessert

This dessert is a sweet treat, especially when garnished with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of ice cream! The crust and crumb topping have a wonderful nutty flavor, and the smooth fruit filling looks beautiful when served. —Ann Eastman Greenville, California

Blueberry Buckle

Blueberry Buckle

Blueberry Buckle

Here in western Pennsylvania, we always have an abundance of juicy, delicious blueberries in the summertime. I like to use them most often in this old-fashioned dessert. It's my family's favorite - and mine, too, since it's tasty as well as easy to make. I always freeze some berries with this recipe in mind.

Nectarine Blueberry Crumble

Nectarine Blueberry Crumble

Nectarine Blueberry Crumble

A peachy use of the season's bounty is Marilyn Schroeder's fruitful dessert. "I bring this juicy crumble to get-togethers of all kinds," she writes from Alexandria, Minnesota. "Crushed macaroons make a delightfully different topping for the blueberries and nectarines. For a special treat, serve it with low-fat frozen yogurt."

Blueberry Grunt

Blueberry Grunt

Blueberry Grunt

The name may make you smile—and the flavor of this stovetop treat is guaranteed to have the same effect. Make this traditional dessert in a skillet with a tight-fitting lid, and you’ll hear it “grunt” as it cooks! —Iola Egle, Bella Vista, Arkansas

Blueberry Fruit Cobbler

Blueberry Fruit Cobbler

Blueberry Fruit Cobbler

As a child, I was reared on a small farm in southeast Georgia, and tobacco was our main crop. Now blueberries are the main crop in our small town, which has a blueberry festival each year. This recipe was the winner in 2008! —Evelyn Dunlap, Nicolls, Georgia

Campfire Cobbler

Campfire Cobbler

Campfire Cobbler

At your next campfire, try preparing this wonderful dish for a dessert. It is so quick and simple.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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