Blackberry cobbler is stuffed with luscious, juicy healthy blackberries, nestled into a moist, sweet dough. Coconut oil gives this old-time family favorite dessert an upgrade in healthy fat and flavor. Enjoy your dessert!
Blackberries are the healthiest bramble fruit. I’m so glad to hear it. My family ought to set longevity records. We eat TONS of blackberries throughout the year. Blackberry apple crisp, Blackberry Coconut Oil Crumb bars, Blackberry pie and No bake Blackberry cheesecake bars are some of our favorite desserts.
Wanna make a ‘To die For’ BBQ sauce? Try our Blackberry BBQ Sauce. It’s really delicious and uses up those yummy berries in a different way.
Fresh or frozen blackberries are a useful fruit in the kitchen year round. I LOVE pulling a bag of frozen blackberries out of the freezer and whipping up a quick treat to cozy up our cold winter nights.
This Blackberry cobbler recipe is one of our favorite desserts. I make it a LOT since it’s So EASY!
Blackberries bushes are extremely prolific on our property. The birds love em and spread blackberry seeds ALL over! The blackberries are having a very good growing year. Yep, we expect to be living pretty much forever.
Eat as many fresh foods as you can.
We say Grow your own, or buy from a reputable, local, organic farm, farmers market, fruit stand or your local food co-op. Investing in your health is never a bad idea. Eat your fruits and veggies!
However, I really DON’T recommend growing blackberries. They are invasive. At least they are here in our temperate climate. If you love blackberries go hunt them in vacant lots, old driveways (like ours), parks, trails and wherever brambles love to grow (watch out for toxic sprays though).
If you get crazy enough to plant them. Find one of the THORNLESS varieties. Whacking back our thorny ole bushes is a blood sport.
Blackberries are delicious and healthy for us!
Blackberries are full of fiber and have one of the highest levels of cancer fighting anti-oxidants. These are a powerful health tool to add to your diet. Follow the link above to learn more about the nutrition of blackberries.
This cobbler is a fast, easy way to enjoy blackberries and use them up. Ready to pop in the oven in about 10 minutes (not counting blackberry picking time here).
This blackberry cobbler is officially kid approved by my three granddaughters. One of whom will not touch fruit (is that strange or what?) in any other form. She perked right up after being lured into the first bite of this cobbler and eagerly devoured more and more! Blackberry cobbler might be her fruit breakthrough. 🙂
Blackberry Cobbler Recipe:
I have made this recipe with both fresh and frozen blackberries. It works well either way.
IF you are using frozen berries:
- Measure them frozen and stir them in that way too.
- Just break apart any berry clumps.
- Watch the liquid level of your fresh or frozen berries.
- Drain any extra juice off so the recipe bakes correctly.
A word about coconut oil. I LOVE baking with it. It add a wonderful flavor to baked goods. If you haven’t tried it in your baking I hope you do. If you don’t happen to have any coconut oil on hand substitute butter or avocado oil one to one. Either will work great as a substitute.
Top this treat off with homemade Whipping cream or your favorite vanilla ice cream. We LOVE it with homemade French Vanilla Bean Ice Cream or Blackberry Cheesecake Ice Cream. I make them in my cuisinart Ice Cream maker for a touch of decadence.
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NOTE: This recipe is for a 9 x 9 pan. To make it a 13 x 9 pan please double the recipe. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Serving Size: 1 Cup
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 233 Total Fat: 7g Saturated Fat: 5g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 2mg Sodium: 328mg Carbohydrates: 41g Fiber: 4g Sugar: 25g Protein: 3g
NOTE: This recipe is for a 9 x 9 pan. To make it a 13 x 9 pan please double the recipe.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.