Black and Blue Cobbler
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 2 hours + standing
We loved it we, picked blackberries and used them. And used half sugar and half sugar substitute my neighbor loved it also. It is all gone already and I made a double batch. Using a crock pot liner made clean up fast and easy.
Made this pretty much just as it says, except I did not put the orange zest in. Turned out delicious and I think you could substitute other fruit/berry combinations with equal success. Great for the summer so you don't heat your kitchen up.
I'm a Volunteer Field Editor and enjoy testing out recipes! Easy peasy and delicious! Made this after looking for recipes to use up the wild blackberries we picked in the back yard. It cooked up nicely in the 2 1/2 hours and we all enjoyed it. The only change I made was because I didn't have an orange for orange zest, so I subbed in some orange juice in place of some of the water called for.
An easy and delicious dessert
It was delicious??
My family is on a gluten-free, no sugar diet. I used gluten-free flour, no sugar, extra cinnamon, unsweetened coconut milk, egg replacer, apples, and blueberries in cobbler. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe, Martha.
very good!I made the following changes:I made 1 & 1/2 of the batter crust. I used the 1/2 portion batter recipe as a topping.before I made the berry portion I took the 3/4 cup of water & made it hot then added a half box of berry jello, stirred until powder was dissolved. I added it to ingredients in the saucepan and made the berry portion according to instructions.
It was ok. I expected more of a cobbler topping. I don't think I'd make it again. It wasn't a cobbler.
This recipe is now a go to for smaller gatherings. Never any leftovers and always compliments. Reliable slow cooker performance as is.
Made half the recipe in a 2-quart slow cooker. I used a 12-ounce bag of frozen mixed berries, which I thawed before cooking to see how much juice there was (it came to 2 tbsp). I used the juice to replace part of the water. We liked this a lot, and the 2-hour cooking time was just right. Next time I may add tapioca or cornstarch for a thicker berry sauce.