How To Make Easy Blackberry Cobbler For The 4th Of July
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Childhood bring back so many memories for me, especially the fun memories. Those are the time when you have no worries and fun and sweets were all that mattered. I remember getting so excited to go pick Blackberries aka Dewberries with my cousins. We gather our little buckets or bags and head on down the railroad track in my home town Navasota. Dewberries was a really good treat in the summer time, Big , juicy little fruits we would throw into the bucket and sometimes pick off the vine and put straight into our mouths lol! We would spend hours on the track just to get enough for our mothers to make dewberry cobbler. I would stand in the kitchen while my mother boil them, then add sugar and make dumplings. Brings back great memories.
In this post I will show you how easy it is to make Blackberry Cobbler that your family will love. You can follow how I do mine or you can simply make your own in your own way
Turn oven to 350-Serves 6
- 2 packs regular pie crust- You will need 3 to make dumplings and one for covering the cobbler
- 2 cans of Lucky Leaf Blackberry pie filling
- 1 1/2 sugar
- 1 cup of water
Pour 2 cans of the pie filling into a glass baking dish . Add the sugar and water and stir until blended. Start cutting up 3 pie crust into dumpling squares. Add dumplings to the pie filling mixture and stir, top with the last pie crust. Bake 30 to 35 mins. Sit and let cool if you like or serve hot. Top with ready whip or ice cream
This was such a wonderful dessert even though it's canned, it's real fruit and I ate mine warm and the dumplings just melts in your mouth. Thank you so much for reading my post and please don't forget to subscribe for more delicious post like these.
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