Best Blackberry Cobbler
Everyone loves a good cobbler, and this Blackberry Cobbler Recipe is sure to please. Depending where you live in the country there are times when you are going to be inundated with an abundance of blackberries growing wild along roads, in parks and even in people’s backyards. Some people may even spend a lot of time and effort trying to get rid of all the wild blackberries taking over in their yards. This means you might find yourself getting a bunch of blackberries that you will need to use up. You'll also find these treasures at Farmer’s Markets at local grocery store. For this fresh berry dessert, you could use almost any kind of fruit or combination of fruits. You might try this fresh fruit dessert with raspberries, marionberries, blueberries, and others. You might even try mixing some peaches and blueberries together; you can get creative. This fresh berry dessert is easy. Just fill the bottom of your dish with about three cups of fresh fruit. Then make a crumb mixture out of flour, sugar, and egg. Then sprinkle the crumble over the top of your berries and drizzle it with melted butter. Then pop the fresh fruit in the oven and bake until nice and bubbly and golden brown. Serve warm.
Berries are a bright, flavorful, and sweet superfruits that have a long list of health benefits. These colorful fruits not only look good in berry dessert ideas but they are high in antioxidants and polyphenols, which help to fight chronic disease and cancer. A recent study in the journal Circulation suggests that sprinkling just a few extra blueberries into your yogurt or blending some strawberries into your morning smoothie may also help reduce heart attack risks. Blackberries are a delicious fruit that is high in dietary fiber, Vitamin C and contain iron, calcium, and vitamin A. Blueberries are a fruit that is rich in antioxidants and low in fat. Blueberries are free of saturated fat, and a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber. Strawberries are another of the heart-healthy berries, and they are packed with lots of vitamin C. Strawberries are also an excellent source of folate, which is a nutrient that may help with protecting your heart.
Raspberries are rich in vitamin C, dietary fiber, and manganese. Raspberries also have high levels of polyphenols, which may help to reduce heart disease risk. Like blueberries, raspberries contain compounds that may help to widen the arteries, which may prevent plaque buildup. Popular superfood examples include berries, seeds, and nuts, dark green vegetables such as spinach, swiss chard, Brussel sprouts, and broccoli. Along with vegetables with bright and intense colors like sweet potatoes and beets with their greens, fatty fish such as salmon, and sardines. Thank you to Leigh Anne at "Your Home Based Mom" recipe site for sharing this fresh berry dessert for blackberry cobbler. Some of the recipes you will find on her site include fresh fruit dessert ideas, dessert recipes, main dish recipes, side dish, slow cooker recipes, meat recipes and so much more. *
Nutrition Facts for: Blackberry Cobbler from Your Home Based Mom
Ingredients: Flour, sugar, egg, butter, blackberries.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings.* Per Serving: Calories 348, Calories from Fat 16, Total Fat 1.8g 3%, Saturated Fat 0.4g 2%, Cholesterol 41mg 14%, Sodium 17mg 1%, Potassium 165mg 5%, Carbohydrates 80.9g 27%, Dietary Fiber 4.7g 19%, Sugars 53.7g, Protein 5.6g, Vitamin A 4%, Vitamin C 25%, Calcium 3%, Iron 12%
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