A Fruit Cobbler Creating Quite a Buzz

Posted March 2nd, 2012 in In the Kitchen, Posts


Food Buzz is a site that I like to follow. They select 9 photos each day and I look forward to perusing the selections for dinner ideas, fruit related recipes and such. Today I stumbled onto a “Texas Cobbler” from “Scarletta Bakes”. Apparently she has been nominated for a “Homie” award for food photography from the Kitchn.  I can see why, her photos are delicious!  She made this decadent fruit cobbler adapted from Cook’s Country.  I have been hungry for a great cobbler recipe for Oregon Canned Blackberries.  This one definitely made the cut.  You don’t even want to know the Weight Watcher points on this one.  If I didn’t know better I would think it was a Paula Dean recipe there is so much butter and sugar in it. But it doesn’t seem heavy. It is crispy and moist.  Scarletta used some very cute lemon plums. This is a variety I have not tried but will be on the lookout for.  The blackberries worked great and this recipe was really easy. Before I could even write this post I spooned some warm cobbler into a lovely dish with a small quenelle of coconut milk vanilla bean ice cream and indulged myself.  The lemon sugar did not disappoint.  If you serve this to your friends they will be buzzing about it the next day…and the day after that.


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  1. Made a cobbler over the weenekd that turned out great! Used frozen blueberries and frozen strawberries together because I was cleaning out the freezer. Added a crumble topping made with flour, brown sugar, oatmeal, butter and cinnamon. Doubled the topping because that’s the best part! Came out perfectly yummy but wished I had some vanilla ice cream with it instead of Cool Whip.

    • This sounds great!! Oregon Fruit makes a new product called Berry Combo that you can find at Kroger Stores and a few others that have blueberries, blackberries and strawberries. Makes a great cobbler! I agree with you on the vanilla ice cream vs cool whip!

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