Fresh berry cobbler is one of my favorite summer desserts. This easy berry cobbler recipe uses fresh blackberries and raspberries.
I think I mentioned last week that Kroger was having an incredible sale this week on raspberries and blackberries. Oh my, I bought so many packages of both to use and freeze and I am about to the point now that I can’t eat another berry. I know, odd….
But I have made jam, berry upside-down cornbread with basil, a fruit pie, 2 syrups and this fresh berry cobbler. My oldest (who doesn’t eat berries) thinks that I am plotting against him ever having dessert again. He knows this statement will make me feel bad, so I always make a little something, just for him. ????
But back to the berry cobbler…I will, from time to time, make cobbler when I see something in season and I can’t think of anything else to make with ______fruit or berry. I typically make a crumble topping (or streusel) using flour, butter, spices, steel cut oats and brown sugar. But this time, what I made is quite a departure from my usual fruit dessert.
I was in the mood for a warm cake, and I knew The Husband and son #2 LOVE fresh fruit cobbler. Since I had to make it in the hot kitchen, then I figured I should have first dibs on the choice of berries!
The Husband was a happy camper when he came home and saw that I had made cobbler…even IF it was different than what he was used to.
I hope you like the fresh berry cobbler as much as we do!
Here are a couple of other fresh berry cobbler recipes that you might want to try: