When I was growing up, my cousin and I would bake our favorite blackberry cobbler recipe and eat the entire thing in one sitting. We added a few scoops of ice cream as soon as it was out of the oven and drizzled (poured) honey on top. Oh, the nostalgia. Such sweet moments at her dinner table with zero worries in the world aside from getting our dessert out of the oven at the perfect time.
I have been making cobblers with the original recipe for so long that I wanted to find a way to switch it up a little bit. Best decision ever! I won’t make my cobbler any other way now – this recipe wins and adds something so unique to the typical cobbler.
I have written this as the ‘easy’ version by giving the pre-made cookie dough, but keep in mind that you are more than welcome to make your own sugar cookie dough and place that on top. Just be sure to follow the original bake time for your cookies so that they completely cook through.
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Ingredients for Cobbler:
1 Roll of Pillsbury Sugar Cookie Dough
1 Tsp. Honey
For Fruit Filling:
4 Cups Fresh Blackberries or 24 oz. frozen blackberries
3 Tsp. Cornstarch
1/2 Cup Sugar
1/2 Tsp. Ground Cinnamon
1 Tsp. Vanilla Extract
To prepare filling, combine all ingredients in one bowl to use in cobbler recipe.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Pour fruit filling into the bottom of 8-inch square baking dish or 9-inch round deep-dish pie plate.
Drop cookie tough topping evenly over fruit mixture. If you like more fruit than crust, you may not use the entire roll of dough and that’s okay! Try to keep the cookie dough from touching.
Bake 11-14 minutes until the cookie turns a light golden brown.
Drizzle each serving with 1 tsp. of honey and serve warm with vanilla ice cream.
What is your favorite Fall recipe?! I would love to know! Join the conversation in the comments below!
Holy shit that looks incredible…. I NEED THAT.
Great idea to make a sugar cookie crust! This looks so scrumptious – may have to make it this weekend! Yum!
This looks and sounds lovely! I so want to try that crust, sounds so tasty!
This looks amazing! Pinning for later and congrats on your book!
I LOVE a cobbler but I haven’t tried it with cookie dough. This one sounds easy enough to try with my munchkins 😉 My absolute fav is salted caramel browned butter bread pudding with homemade vanilla bean ice cream and a browned butter syrup. I only make it around the holidays and it is to die for!!!!
This just made my day! Blackberry cobbler is one of my favorite desserts!
That looks absolutely devine!!!
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