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This Simple Dessert Has Been Our Favorite For Decades – It Never Goes Out Of Style!
For most people, fall seems to be all about pumpkin. I do understand it, of course – I love all kinds of pumpkin desserts and I would happily eat them every day, if I had the chance. But still, when we enter this season I am always looking forward to making berry desserts. I have no idea why; aren’t berries supposed to be more of a summer thing?
Anyway, every year when we get to autumn, I always bring out my favorite berry recipes. I have a bunch of old favorites that go way back; some are from my grandmother’s childhood, even! I also try at least a couple of new, fairly modern recipes each year. But I always come back to the traditional ones!
This berry cobbler is one of those staples that I already know by heart. I switch it up by using different kinds of berries and sometimes I even use fruits for this – try plums or peaches, for example. And always, always serve this warm with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. Yum!
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Quick Tip: I like using a mixture of different kinds of berries for this cobbler.