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Cobblers are refreshingly simple to make, but this is perhaps the simplest cobbler recipe out there! Make this cobbler the next time you find yourself with a glut of blackberries, though you could try it with blueberries, raspberries or cherries. Serve with ice cream for the perfect accompaniment.

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IngredientsServes: 11

  • 110g butter
  • 250g self-raising flour
  • 400g caster sugar
  • 475ml milk
  • 500g blackberries

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:1hr20min ›Ready in:1hr30min

  1. Preheat oven to 180 C / Gas 4. Once oven temperature is reached melt butter in a 20x30cm baking dish.
  2. In a medium bowl stir together the flour, sugar and milk; batter will be slightly lumpy. Pour mixture on top of melted butter in baking dish. Do not mix butter and mixture together.
  3. Drop blackberries into batter. Bake in preheated oven for 1 hour or until golden brown.

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Reviews in English (362)

I had about 650g of blackberries and followed the recipe for the batter as above, it came out perfect, being the cook I had first dig in, (just to try this you understand), lucky I did, the kids demolished the rest in the blink of an eye, nice dollop of cream with it, soooo good. Will I make it again? I am under orders to keep a production line of this cobbler coming lol, really easy and so good.-05 Oct 2013

Followed this recipe exactly as it says - couldn't be more disappointed! Burnt round the edges and is raw in the middle, there is just too much fruit for it to cook properly!-03 Oct 2015

So easy and tasty, perfect autum desert.-26 Sep 2015

Step 1

First you should take care of the blackberry and sugar mixture because it needs to sit for a while. Stir together just the berries and sugar in a large bowl and let it sit out for 25 to 30 minutes. This will coax out the juices of the blackberries so that they can be sweetened up by the sugar, and we can taste the full spectrum of the fruit–this process is called macerating.

After about 20 minutes, you should turn on the oven to about 375ºF and start preparing your batter.

Stir together the flour, baking powder, salt, and milk with a wooden spoon. Next, stir in the melted butter and hand-mix it until the ingredients are well incorporated and you have few clumps.

Pick out a clean baking dish, a smaller one will do, like a 9x9-inch pan, pour in the batter and smooth it out. You can choose to line it with parchment paper or not, but don’t grease the pan (there is enough butter in there already!). Finally, pour the macerated blackberries on top with all the sugar included and evenly distribute it over the batter.

Bake this promising pan of happiness in the oven for 45 minutes to an hour, depending on how golden you prefer it to be. Let it set up for a good 15 minutes so it will hold its shape. It will be bubbling like crazy and quite hot, so be careful!

This hour goes a little like this: you can hear it bubbling through the vent behind the stove, you can smell the buttery dough caramelizing with the sugar, and you can see the dotted crown of blackberries creating that quintessential golden cobbler crust. It is a marvel to have in your oven, let me tell you!

Blackberry Cobbler

No shade to the traditional peach cobbler but this blackberry cobbler ticks all of my flavor and texture goals!

Although I am a chocolate lover, I will almost always choose a berry dessert first!

I love the fresh burst of that berry flavor with the sweet and crunchy top dough layer.

It is the perfect combination of sweet and tart with a hint of lemon.

Food science magic happens while this cobbler is in the oven.

With the help of cornstarch, the blackberries’s juices thicken during the bake time which results in a jam like consistency.

Don’t skip out on both the lemon zest and the juice, it takes the brightness to another level.

The dough comes together quickly and just uses 7 ingredients.

It is similar to a cookie dough that results in a slightly crumbly and crunchy outcome.

Yes, you can certainly serve your cobbler with whipped (coconut) cream or ice cream but this blackberry cobbler does not need it.

It is fully satisfying on its own!

Blackberries are visually stunning and while they bake in the oven, some slightly burst and turn a beautiful red-pink color which I love.

I chose this berry for it’s look and flavor but you can also use raspberries, blueberries, strawberries or even cherries!

We are keeping things vegan by using non-dairy almond milk and vegan butter.

Blackberry Raspberry Cobbler

Growing up, my mom made peach cobbler on a regular basis. I based this Blackberry Raspberry Cobbler on her recipe.

Step One: Sweeten the Fruit

My mom often used canned peaches for her cobbler, which didn’t require much sweetening. For this recipe, I used frozen blackberries and raspberries, which do require a bit of sweetening. To sweeten the berries, I simmered them with some sugar and lemon juice. This softened the berries and gave them a nice, sweet flavor.

TIP: Thaw your frozen berries and drain off any excess juice. If you don’t thaw the berries, it will make the cobbler a bit runny, but it will still work. Runny cobbler is better than no cobbler, right?

Step Two: Prepare the Crust

One reason (of many) that I love my mom’s peach cobbler recipe so much is that it is so quick and easy to put together. A huge factor in the speed of this dish is the use of self-rising flour for the crust. So, for this recipe I did the same rather than the typical method of adding a leavening agent to all-purpose flour.

Step Three: Put the Cobbler Together

I also used my mom’s recommendation of putting the crust on the bottom of the baking dish, and the fruit on the top. As the cobbler bakes, the crust rises to the top and has a beautiful, marbled appearance. This method also keeps the crust from becoming too cake-like.

Finally, before baking I sprinkled the top of the cobbler with two tablespoons of cane sugar. This gives the top just a bit of a crystalized sugar texture that pairs perfectly with the tart berries.

Serve it alone or top it with ice cream, but this Blackberry Raspberry Cobbler is a quick and easy dessert that is perfect for any occasion!

List of Ingredients

  • fresh blackberries
  • granulated white sugar
  • vanilla extract
  • unsalted butter
  • 1 egg
  • all purpose flour
  • baking powder
  • salt

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How to Make a Homemade Crust

As I mentioned earlier, I don&rsquot like to use biscuits for my homemade blackberry cobbler. I like to use crust, which is super easy and quick to make. Or if you have a great deal of baking to do, you can use a store bought pie crust.

First, you need to combine 1 1/4 cups of all-purpose flour and 1/4 teaspoon of salt. Cut the 1/2 cup of butter chilled into small cubes. Stir in 1/4 cup of water, one tablespoon at a time.

Next, you will flour your counter top and being to roll out your crust with a rolling pin.

What makes Pioneer Woman’s blackberry cobbler special?

The batter for this cobbler is thin like cake batter, instead of thick and biscuit-like, which is what I’m used to. And when you layer it into the pan, you pour the batter in first, and then arrange the blackberries on top. As it bakes the blackberries mostly sink to the bottom and soften, and the topping gets nice and crisp.

This cobbler is so good! Like I said, The Pioneer Woman knows her stuff. The soft blackberries, the crispy cake topping— I could have eaten the whole pan.

Origins of Cobbler

Our search for the origins of cobbler left us with a sad lack of information. All that seems to be known is that this dessert may date back to the early 19th century and have English roots. There are several desserts similar to cobbler, including crisp, betty, grunts/slumps, buckle/crumble, pandowdy, and more!

And to ensure everyone can enjoy this recipe, I kept it both vegan and gluten free. Bonus? Just 1 bowl and roughly 30 minutes required.

It starts with a lightly-sweetened, 5-minute biscuit-inspired topping that’s vegan butter-free, relying instead on coconut oil to give it that quintessential crumbly, flaky texture.

Then, it’s onto the blackberries, which are tossed in sweetener (coconut or cane sugar) and a bit of arrowroot to thicken.

A sprinkle of pecans and coconut sugar finish it off before going into the oven. This is the perfect time to make some coconut whipped cream or soften some dairy-free ice cream. What’s a cobbler without toppings, after all?

This cobbler is dreamy. It’s:

Perfectly sweet
A little tart
Simple + quick
& Perfect for summer gatherings

This would make the perfect dessert to whip up for guests or warm-weather gatherings. It’s so effortless and easy, yet makes you look like a pro, especially when baked in a cast iron – so fancy.

The best part about this recipe is it’s versatile:

No gluten free flour? Sub all purpose.
No blackberries? Sub another fruit (such as raspberries, blueberries, or nectarines)
No coconut oil? Sub vegan butter.
No pecans? Sub walnuts or omit.

If you make this recipe, let us know how it goes! Leave a comment and rate it, which is super helpful for us and other readers. And don’t forget to take a photo and tag it #minimalistbaker on Instagram! We adore seeing what you come up with. Cheers and happy baking!