I cut the sugar in half as I do with most record. This was delicious! Easy to make. My family loved it. I’m going to make it for Thanksgiving dinner!
For starters. Awesome, everyone loved it! ! I used a 9×9 baking dish. I used 4 cups of blueberries and 1 cup sugar, 2 cups of blueberries, that wasn’t enough)! ! Then followed the rest of the recipe. I will make this again! !
I only had 1.1/4 cups of sugar on hand and it is very sweet even with 1/4 less. Absolutely delicious. My husband devoured it. Made with local fresh Maine blueberries. Too sweet, though
I made this about 6 months ago, and it was delicious. The blueberries I used were fresh and really naturally sweet, so it was a bit of overload. I made it again tonight, and doubled the blueberries, cut the salt in half, and cut the baking powder in half. I also used 1/4 cup sugar in the blueberries and 1/2 cup in the batter, and that was perfect. I like the single fresh fruit concept, and am going to do raspberries, blackberries, cherries and strawberries (I will use a bit more sugar to counter the tart flavor). I also use a 9×9 glass pan.
Easy and delicious! Be careful though, my husband ate half of it in a midnight raid!
The only suggestion I have is that you put a warning about how addictive this cobbler is! Amazing!
This is the best blueberry cobbler I have ever made. It is easy to is and prepare simply delicious! It’s a family favorite !
Recipe was easy, came out exactly the way it was supposed to. Best of all it was very delicious. Side note. I was making a triple batch so I substituted Bisquick (1: 1 Flour ratio) for the flour, baking powder, and salt. So I did not have the over salty taste that some people described in their review. I made a big pan of it but I also did individual blueberry cobbler’s in a muffin pan. I just divided the butter into the muffin pans following the directions just as I would for the bigger pan. I absolutely love this dessert, will make again and again!
This is possibly the best cobbler I have ever had! I made it exactly as written. The crust is cake-crispy, buttery, like and sweet around the edges. The whole thing is absolutely delicious, especially with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This is, without a doubt, my new “go-to” cobbler recipe for the fall! I might even try it with peaches or apples, although the blueberries are sensational. Foolproof and perfect! Volunteer Field Editor
I got rave reviews when I took this cobbler to work. It will be added to my favorites. I did tweak it just a bit., I used 3 cups of berries, also I adjusted the milk and flour just a bit, and adjust the sugar down just bit as well. But it is an awesome cobbler! !