Cobbler’s versatility in the kitchen is undeniably one of the things that endears it to people the most. There are a lot of different ways to make it. While some of the recipes call for a topping that is analogous to biscuits, others utilize a technique that is more crumbly. In our house, the topping for the cobbler that is made with Bisquick mix is the unanimous favorite among all of the members of the family. Not only does the preparation of it require very little effort, but after it is cooked, it transforms into a lovely golden brown color. The addition of this topping will make any fruit cobbler taste significantly better than it did before. This uncomplicated topping will take the flavor of your cobbler to an altogether new level, and it won’t matter if you use fresh or frozen fruit because the effect will be the same. If you are in the mood for something sweet at some point in the near future, you should give this Bisquick cobbler dish a shot. It won’t let you down at all. You shouldn’t expect to be disappointed in any manner.
Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler
- 1 cup Bisquick
- 1 cup Water
- 2 cups Fresh blackberries
- ½ cup Milk
- 2 tbsp Vegetable oil
- ½ cup Sugar
- 2 tbsp Lemon Juice
- 2 tbsp Cornstarch
- Ensure350°F for the oven’s temperature.
- Combine Blackberries, cornstarch, half a cup of sugar, lemon juice, and water in a pot.
- Stirring continuously, bringing the mixture to a boil over regular heat.
- Mix butter, milk, and Bisquick mix together in a bowl.
- The mixture will become thick and should have a consistency similar to dough.
- Fill the pan or casserole dish with the blackberry mixture.
- Gently press down to partially bury the cobbler topping.
- Bake for 25 minutes at 350 degrees, or until the biscuits on top are golden and the blackberry filling bubbles.
- Brush the cobbler biscuit tops with melted butter.
Baked Blackberry Cobbler
- ½ cup Blackberries (either fresh or frozen)
- 1 cup Bisquick
- ½ cup Sugar
- 1 cup Milk
- ½ tsp Salt
- 60 ml Melted butter
- Ice cream (if desired)
- Mix blackberries and sugar together in a medium size bowl.
- Wait twenty minutes so the fruit syrup is formed.
- Pre heat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Mix the milk, salt, and Bisquick in a large bowl.
- Add the melted butter and combine well.
- Spread in an 8-inch square pan without grease.
- Spread batter and fill in the blackberry mixture.
- Bake for 40 to 45 minutes, or until brown and puffy.
- Serve warm! You can add ice cream.
One of the most traditional summertime sweets, blackberry cobbler has been a fan favorite for many years. There is a strong possibility that the dish originated in the American South, which has an abundant supply of blackberries. Recipes for blackberry cobbler in the past were straightforward and consisted only of fruit, sugar, and Bisquick. In the course of time, the incorporation of butter or lard into the dough assisted in the production of a crust that was flakier. The modern version of blackberry cobbler can be prepared with either fresh or frozen blackberries, and it is typically served with either a dollop of ice cream or whipped cream. This delicious dessert is sure to win rave reviews regardless of whether it is prepared from scratch or with a time-saving shortcut such as a pie crust purchased from a store.