Skillet Blackberry Cobbler

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Skillet Blackberry Cobbler


In this blog post, I’ll show you how to make Old Fashioned skillet Blackberry Cobbler. I am a sucker for delicious cobbler with a sweet biscuit crust. This one is absolutely perfect and every time I make it, people gobble it up. It’s so good!

Ingredients

  • 1 box of 2 refrigerated pie crusts (I prefer Pillsbury)
  • 2 (14-16 oz) bags frozen blackberries
  • 1 stick butter, melted
  • 1⅓ cups sugar (for berries)
  • ½ cup flour
  • ¾ cup sugar (for crust)
  • ½ stick butter, cut into small cubes
  • ½ cup water
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    • Instructions

      1 ) Heat oven to 350 degrees.

      2 ) Unroll one pie crust and place in bottom and up sides of 12 ” cast iron skillet.

      3 ) Pierce bottom and sides of crust with a fork., and bake 7 minutes; remove from oven.

      4 ) Increase oven temp to 400 degrees.

      5 ) In a large bowl, mix melted butter, 1⅓ cups sugar, and flour.

      6 ) Put berries in bowl with butter/sugar/flour mixture; toss until berries are covered and the mixture is crumbly.

      7 ) Gently pour berries into skillet; sprinkle water over berries.

      8 ) Unroll second pie crust over top of berries, sealing at the edges of the skillet.

      9 ) Scatter the small pieces of butter on top of the crust.

      10 ) Sprinkle ¾ cups sugar on top of the crust, and Cut tiny slits in top of pie crust.

      11 ) Bake approximately 45 minutes or until bubbly at edges and beginning to brown on top.

      12 ) (I highly recommend a pie shield to keep edges of crust from burning.)

  1. Barbara, as you are reading and coming down the page it shows two arrows Prev Page and Next Page: Go to the Next page and the instructions are there. I did the same thing!!! Went back and kept looking for it….. Good Luck.

  2. Ctrl + C (cut) and then highlight what you want to keep. Ctrl +V (paste). I put it straight into a computer file, and then print it from Windows.
    I’d never seen ingredients and instructions on separate pages before. Unusual, but adaptable.
    Pie dough for a top… great. I saw a recipe with cake for a top (slow cooker), and it was gross.

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