Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Marrionberry cobbler

When it's the end of summer and you have an abundance of blackberries sitting in your fridge, what else should you make but cobbler.
I haven't had cobbler in such a long time, years. I tend to be more inclined to make a crisp over a cobbler. I mean a crisp has a crunchy oat topping, yum and is so easy to make. And a cobbler is much more complicated.

That was until I made this cobbler. It was so easy and very delicious, as well as not too sweet.
I made this mixed fruit cobbler recipe from cooking light. I used spelt flour for the filling and the topping instead of the whole wheat and white flour. I also cut the sugar in the filling down from 1 and 1/4 cups sugar to just 1/4 cup of sugar. Even with a 1/4 cup of sugar it was slightly too sweet. Thank goodness I didn't use 1 and 1/4 cups sugar, oh my! I also used all marionberries for the fruit filling.
This cobbler was amazing and perfect for summer, and so easy to make. Move over crisp you have some competition from the cobbler.


  1. oh, a cobbler sounds like just the sort of thing for the beginning of autumn! i love how it sort of messily but beautifully bubbles up the sides...

  2. Pretty good post. I hope you create more in the future..

  3. Hi Stacey. That is looking very tasty cobbler. I never taste this one but I wished I will get it soon. Its just a simple recipe and it seems easy to make.