June 22, 2010

Blackberry Cobbler Picture Tutorial

Last week I gave you the recipe for Ridiculously Easy Cobbler.  Recently, I was able to pick some wild blackberries and I made another cobbler, so I decided to take some step by step pictures for you showing how to make the cobbler.  It is so very simple.

This picture has absolutely nothing to do with making the cobbler, but I wanted to take a picture of my new source for fruit.  Trust me, those thorns are fierce!

You need about two cups of berries or fruit for the cobbler.  Since these berries are small, there is no need to cut them.  Aren’t they pretty? 

Put your stick of butter into your casserole dish and melt in a preheated oven.  Add 1 cup of sugar and stir until mixed.

Then, mix in 1 cup of self-rising flour and stir until mixed.

Next, stir in 1 cup of milk.

After the milk is well mixed, add in 2 cups of fruit.  Bake on 350F for 35-45 minutes, until browned.

Here it is; complete, warm, and ready to eat.  This tastes great with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

*I made the mistake of making the cobbler in a 9×13 pan.  In the future, I will only do this is I am making a double batch, such as shown in the pictures with the strawberry cobbler

Cost of this dessert:

.50 butter
.15 sugar
.12 flour
.18 milk
blackberries = FREE
Total cost: $.95

For further instructions, you can visit the recipe for the Ridiculously Easy Cobbler.

images (c) Karen Weideman


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