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Skillet Raspberry and Blackberry Cobbler

I’m not big on making desserts, but this skillet raspberry and blackberry cobbler is a must in our house! Blackberries, Raspberries, cooked down in honey and cinnamon, then topped off with golden brown and buttery biscuits and cooked all in the skillet! This is one dessert I can make and never worry about messing up. it’s amazingly simple!

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This skillet blackberry cobbler is a really simple and great idea for dessert or even a breakfast. And if your multi-tasking points are on point, you can make your biscuit dough while your berries are cooking down, and have this done in 20-25 minutes.

Like my cranberry sauce recipe, I decided not to cook down the berries in too much sugar so I use honey instead. It adds a great depth of flavor and make it not as an “unhealthy” dessert. Well, there’s a stick and a half of butter being used in these biscuits, so this at least makes you feel good about that, right?!

These biscuits though. SO FLAKEY AND BUTTER. It’s like heaven in my mouth. I’m honestly not sure which part I like better about this dessert, the berries or the biscuits, but it’s such an amazing combo, and top it off with a little ice cream, and you’re set!

Oh. BTW the skillet is my serving. The bowl is for everyone else. ????????????

Feel free to change add to this recipe as well! I think next time I cook this, I’m going to add some mango or apple along with the berries to give some more texture and flavor to the dessert, but you can’t go wrong. Have fun with it and put some smiles on your families faces for dessert!

 

Enough Talk. More Rock.

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Skillet Raspberry and Blackberry Cobbler
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4 People 10 Minutes
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20 Minutes
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4 People 10 Minutes
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Servings Prep Time
4 People 10 Minutes
Cook Time
20 Minutes
Ingredients
Berry Reduction
Biscuits
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Instructions
  1. Add butter into the flour, brown sugar, baking powder, and salt
  2. Cut with a fork, or a mixer if you have one
  3. You should have a coarse meal texture when it's done, add in the creamer and mix in. Store in the fridge until ready.
  4. With the broiler preheating, cook down your berries in water with honey in a skillet, with a cinnamon stick added. Stir occasionally and bring to a boil, reduce to low heat. about 6 minutes
  5. Add the biscuit mix directly on top of the berry reduction, using an ice cream scoop, or a large spoon.
  6. Cover and cook on low for 15 minutes, they should be nice and spongy to the touch. Place them in the broiler for 5 minutes or until the biscuits golden brown on top.
  7. Serve with some ice cream and enjoy!
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Derek Campanile
Derek Campanile

I’m an IT professional by day. Home cook for the family by night. Follow my blog for easy to make recipes, how-to’s and ideas to gather the family at the dinner table!

  • chewie chews kitchen

    Awesome blog Derek! Love skillet desserts! Going to have to give this a go . I really appreciate the fact you use a lot of sugar!

  • Ha! Ha! You sound like my hubby. . .he gets the big portion while the rest of us get the crumbs. Regardless, I can see why you would want to devour the entire skillet because this cobbler looks absolutely scrumptious. Blackberries and raspberries are such a great flavor combination and I love how you sweetened them with honey.

  • Yum! These are my two favourite berries and I love a good cobbler!

    leslie

  • AmandaChewTown

    I’m ashamed to say it, but I’ve never made a cobbler – and I’m not sure why. Everytime I see them I wish I was eating it. Yours looks simply delicious!

  • This look soooo good!!!

  • Veggies Don’t Bite

    I love that you made this in a skillet! SO cool!

  • nicole524

    MMMMMM! Pinning this for later — love these kinds of berries and love desserts in skillets 🙂

  • I may, in fact, be drooling right now. Love love love this kind of cobbler!

  • Patricia @ Grab a Plate

    Ha! I think I’d take the skillet serving of this, too! Love this dish. I love cooking in the cast iron skillet, and this looks amazing!

  • I would like a huge bowl of this right now!! It looks like pure comfort, just delicious! Especially as it’s grey, rainy and miserable here right now!

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