I was lucky enough to grow up in the a time that we actually played outside in the summer . We dissipated early in the mornings on our bikes looking for adventures. Our subdivision wasn’t completely developed and there were patches of woods. In these woods we would build club houses and play for hours. The best part was the random blackberry patches in small clearings . We would bring plastic cool whip containers and pick them for hours. We would talk about selling them to our moms to make us something good LOL. We usually ended up eating them all before they made it home but those were the days. Now, luckily these berries are easily accessible at local super markets. This Easy Blackberry Cobbler comes together quickly and you will never make it another way! The best thing is if blackberries are not available you can totally make this with frozen berries.
I am all about making life easy and that is why I love baking mixes . It is an all in one mix that is a time saver. I made my Easy Blueberry Biscuits with a baking mix and it is so easy even a beginner can make them. Here are a few tips.
- Do you have to use Bisquick? It does not have to be the brand but it has to be similar . A store brand baking mix will work.
- Fresh or frozen berries can be used for this recipe
- All ovens are different . Check this after 50 minutes if the top is not golden brown or the center isn’t firm let it bake longer . Check it after 5 minutes . Do not bake over 60 minutes
This Easy Blackberry Cobbler so simple to make ! Start by tossing blackberries with a 1/2 a cup of sugar and set aside.
In a separate bowl beat together 1 1/4 cup Bisquick, 1/4 cup sugar, and 3/4 cup milk.
Melt a stick of butter in a 2 quart baking dish.
Pour cobbler mix on top of the butter, Do Not mix.
Top the mixture with the sugared blackberries.
Bake for 50-60 Minutes and magically the crust rises around the blackberries.
Serve warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream