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Do you ever want your daily dose of fruit but snacking on an apple or a handful of berries just doesn’t like your kind of party? Well, you should definitely give this blackberry cobbler recipe a shot, then! I simply fell in love with this berry delight of goodness, and so did my family.
Sweet, plump blackberries smothered in a rich syrupy sauce topped with buttery crumble crust is the way I like to eat my fruit. Yes, this dessert does have some sugar in it, but let’s be honest, we can all handle a bit of extra sweetness in our day, right? There is nothing complex about this recipe at all. It’s easy to make and only contains five ingredients!
Recipe courtesy of The Pioneer Woman.
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Quick Tip: Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to the top of your cobbler for dessert a la mode.