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Yummy Summer Recipes: Blackberry Cobbler

Blackberry Cobbler Recipe

It’s the peak of blackberry picking season the berries are plump, juicy and begging to be baked in a cobbler. Here’s a quick & simple recipe for a yummy blackberry cobbler your family will love.

We’re smack dab in the middle of blackberry season here in Georgia. Just today I handed my kids tin pails and told them to pick the berries before they are gone. After a day of picking, they returned with those beautiful dark purple stains on their fingers that won’t go away.

Here’s a quick recipe for a delicious southern staple: blackberry cobbler. Get out there and start picking!

 

What You’ll Need

• 2 tablespoons COOL WHIP Whipped Topping

• 1 cup milk

• 1 stick butter

• 2 cups blackberries

• 1 cup flour

• 1 cup sugar

 

Directions

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  • Step One: Mix It Up 1 of 5
    Step One: Mix It Up
    Using a medium-sized bowl, mix together the flour, sugar, and milk. Simple, right?
  • Step Two: Pour The Batter 2 of 5
    Step Two: Pour The Batter
    Melt one stick of butter in your loaf pan. Pour the batter directly from the mixing bowl on top of the melted butter. Do not mix the batter and the butter.
  • Step Three: Time To Bake 3 of 5
    Step Three: Time To Bake
    Bake the cobbler at 350 degrees for about 35 minutes. Insert a toothpick and make sure it comes out clean.
  • Step Four: Get The COOL WHIP Ready 4 of 5
    Step Four: Get The COOL WHIP Ready
    Now it's party time. Bust out the COOL WHIP and dig in!
  • Step Five: The Presentation 5 of 5
    Step Five: The Presentation
    Nothing says June like a blackberry cobbler. Spoon out enough for a small dish and add a spoonful of COOL WHIP. Voilà!

 

A special thanks to COOL WHIP Whipped Topping for sponsoring this campaign. Sponsored posts are purely editorial content and are not advertiser produced. Click here to see more of the discussion. What you add makes it!

Photo by Holly Brown

 

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