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This Slow-Cooker Blackberry Cobbler makes for a lovely summer dessert. It may not be the way that your grandmother made it, but adapting it to the slow-cooker makes it very low-hassle and accessible to the person on the go. Enjoy this fruity and delicious helping of Southern comfort the easy way.
I have fond memories of eating this tasty dessert during those famously hot and humid summers on the Gulf Coast. There were some really good-sized blackberry bushes behind where I lived as a teen, and if the neighbor kids and I were willing to take the time to pick them (you had to be careful to check for snakes and not scratch yourself on the brambles), we were rewarded for our efforts with a nice helping of blackberry cobbler that my next-door neighbor would make for all of us.
Of course, she made it the old-fashioned way, but I was eager to break out the Crock-Pot and give this recipe a go. I was very pleased with the results.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Crock-Pot Ladies
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Quick tip: Use a paper towel under the lid of your slow cooker, to absorb excess moisture.