Blackberry Cobbler is a must make during blackberry season. When I was young our mothers used to send us out into the field to pick fresh wild blackberries for summer desserts. Blackberry Cobbler was one of my favorites. It is delicious and mouth-watering when you use fresh wild blackberries. Of course you can also use other local-grown blackberries and even frozen blackberries if you want. If I am in a hurry or just a little lazy, I will substitute a buttermilk baking mix, for the biscuit topping in this recipe.
Making my blackberry cobbler is another excuse to get out my favorite cast-iron skillet to make it in. You can use any baking dish or pan that you desire. Using my Mom’s old skillet reminds me of my childhood.
Blackberry Cobbler Recipe:
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