Blueberry Cobbler


Old-Fashioned Blueberry Cobbler

I had just gone blueberry picking and was having company for dinner.

What should I make using the blueberries?

Then, I remembered an old-family recipe that my mother used to make. This recipe originally came from my grandmother.

Blueberry cobbler.

I served it with ice cream and it was a huge hit. In fact, there wasn’t a drop remaining.

This recipe works well with any seasonal fruit from strawberries to blueberries, peaches and rhubarb.


Blueberry Cobbler

Fill a casserole dish with your favourite fresh (or defrosted) seasonal fruit.
Sprinkle with 1 TBSP sugar.


Cover with topping.

1 ½ C flour
1 ½ Tbsp baking powder
½ C butter
1 ½ Tbsp Sugar
½ C milk

Mix with pastry blender.


Dough will resemble biscuit dough.


Place in clumps on top of the fruit, so it is all covered.


I sprinkled again with a bit of sugar, but it is not necessary.

Bake at 350degrees for 35 minutes until it is golden.


Serve warm with ice cream.

Try to keep some for leftovers!



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