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Bring back those sweet berries of summer, with this dessert that is not only easy to make, but rich in tastes. Tear into the crispy crust of this cobbler, and let the juices ooze onto your fork. I recommend trying to use fresh blackberries if possible, but if they’re out of season, frozen will do just fine. This recipe only takes a little over an hour from start to finish, and can be dressed up with a creamy scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.
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I’ve made this recipe for over 40 years. My mom got it from a neighbor and it was called “Lazy Man’s Cobbler”. My recipe card is stained and the writing is almost invisible, but I know it so well, I don’t really need the card. My recipe calls for regular flour and 2 teaspoons baking powder instead of the self-rising flour. Like other reviewers have said, it’s incredibly easy and works well with either canned or fresh fruit.
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