Berry Cobbler Recipe

Teddy would like to show you one of her favorite desserts. It is her favorite dessert by smell because she has never tasted it.

She takes up the "in case you drop any on the floor position".

Put one stick of butter in a bowl. Melt this in the microwave and set it aside to cool a bit.

Put 1 cup of sugar in the bowl of a mixer.

Add 1 cup of self-rising flour to the sugar.

Mix to blend.

Pour in 1 cup of whole milk.

Mix this into the flour and sugar mixture.

Then pour in the butter.

Beat this until smooth.

Spray a baking pan with cooking spray.

Pour the batter into the pan.

Use 2 cups of berries, I like blackberries but you can use any kind you like. Make sure the berries are dry.

Sprinkle 1/4 cup of sugar, I use vanilla sugar, over the top.

Sprinkle the sugar evenly.

Bake at 350 degrees for and hour.

After 50 minutes open the oven and sprinkle a bit more sugar over the top, about 2 tablespoons. Bake 10 more minutes.

Mmmmmm....we like this so much that we eat it plain.

It could certainly be served with ice cream.

Or with whipped cream. This is a really simple recipe that you will make time and time again because of how good it is. The Blog Tech requests this often.

*** Happy Birthday my wonderful daughter!!!! Tomorrow I will show you her birthday cake but I have to wait for her to cut the first piece!

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Autumnforest said…
All my favorite things--Teddy and yummy treats! Happy birthday to your daughter--I'm sure she'll have a dream cake! Can't wait to see it!
Oh, wow... delicious!!!

I hope your daughter has a great birthday ♥
Teddy, I'm right there next to you, waiting for something to drop on the floor!

This sound marvelous. Where do you buy vanilla sugar? - or is it something one makes?

Best birthday wishes for the little jazz farm-ette!
I would probably sit there beside Teddy hoping for something to fall :-) :-)

But I´ve never heard of self rising flour. Is it mixed with baking soda?

Yes ice cream with that would probably be heaven :-)
Say Happy Birthday to your daughter from me!
Have a great day now!
SeeThroughGreen said…
OMG !!! I love berry coblers! so goood!!!
Pricilla said…
Mmm, blackberries.
I was eating apricot poundcake as I read that.

It didn't unmold well so there will be no post. It still tastes good, though.

Happy Birthday to your daughter!!!!!
Suzie said…
Now how did you know that I took blackberries out of my freezer this morning, and was going to start looking through cookbooks for a different way to fix them! I kid you not!!

Hmmm, maybe I'm on to something. I'll think of a food, and you supply the recipe!

Wishing your daughter the most joyful of Birthdays! I'm sure that the cake will be a perfect delight!!
Give the Blog Tech as much Berry Cobbler as he wants!
Southern Lady said…
Looks yummy! Teddy is adorable.
McVal said…
oH WOW! That looks delish and easy to make! Thanks!
Love the blackberry cobbler. I would cover with vanilla ice cream, which would melt from the heat, and then yum it up!

Teddy is so good to announce a recipe she hasn't tasted. She figures her "smeller" recommendation is good enough.

Teddy and Blackberry cobbler...

i am smiling now....

Melodie said… Hubby will love this,his favorites are blackberries!
Southern Lady said…
Thanks for following my blog! I hope you enjoy it! Carla
I forgot to mention this yesterday, but that You meassure milk in and it says Pyrex on it. Pyrex over here is one real strong insecticides :-) :-)
Guillaume said…
Yum! It would be perfect for a cool August day or a cold September/October one.
Catching up! I had to laugh at Christer's comment. I often wonder how many things he reads that have another meaning over there. I smiled at the way he wrote "shock" yesterday. He spelled it choke, I think, and it too me a bit to figure it out. Love that blog.

This cobbler lookd absolutely delicious and berry anything is wonderful! I WILL try this recipe.
carma said…
I can see why Teddy likes this dessert. I'm salivating just looking at the pics
Sharlene T. said…
Oh, wow! Great recipe. Just had my blackberry and raspberry shrubs delivered from the nursery, so I'll have to wait awhile to fix my cobbler. I'll just sit here with spoon in hand...and...wait...
Just_Bethy said…
Just made this...and my whole house smells amazing Thank You! It tatsed incredibly good!