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Blackberry Cobbler and Single Serve Coffee

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I went to the Farmer’s Market this weekend and found some of the most beautiful blackberries!

I’ve been on a diet, so having a recipe with sugar, flour and butter in it, kind of had me excited!  This is an adaption of an easy cobbler recipe that I’ve used forever:

1 lg. container of blackberries

1/2 cup flour

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 stick of  melted butter

1/2 cup milk

1 t. vanilla extract

Rinse berries, drain, put in a dish coated with Pam (I coat everything with Pam, I hate messy clean-ups!)  Mix all of the above, pour over berries.  Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or until brown on top.  Serve alone, with ice cream, cool whip or any other tasty topping.

Pour Over Coffee recipe:

Pour over coffee, they made it like this at Two Story in Athens, the guys told us that we could buy the pour over filter at Publix…so that’s what we did!  Like instant coffee only MUCH BETTER!


Happy Tummies!


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    17 thoughts on “Blackberry Cobbler and Single Serve Coffee”

    1. The cobbler looks delish! Southern girls need their cobbler and I am saving this recipe to try soon. I have a friend that brings me berries and veggies from his garden to keep me stocked up! Yay me! Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting on my room makeover. Glad I found you!

    2. I am popping over from Rhoda’s recipe party. Hope you enjoy my orange muffins (link #99.)

      It is fun “run into” your blog again. And this recipe looks so good. I am waiting for our farmer’s market to begin.


      • That’s me simple! The kind of recipes that I like! I have been wanting one of the single serve brewers, well for $5.99, that what I got! Makes my husband happy! and no pods to buy!

    3. Oh yum! I’ve bookmarked this recipe. Love blackberry cobbler! I’ve been promised by a couple of friends, a trip to pick blackberries and can’t wait. Thanks for sharing!


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