Marionberry Cobbler Goodness!

I was talking with my Mom the other day and she asked me if I had a good cobbler recipe. I do not or did not, I’m not a big fruit dessert person. I mean I like fruit desserts but I really would prefer a chocolate, caramel, peanut butter or coffee kind of treat. Also, I tend to make crisps rather then cobblers, mostly because who doesn’t love streusel? I told my Mom I would look into a recipe and let her know and since I didn’t have any plans today, I thought I would make a cobbler.


Marionberry Cobbler Filling

2 lbs Marionberries
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons cornstarch

I mixed up the sugars and starch and then tossed it with the berries. I put the berries in a 13 x 9 ish pan and I would actually make it a smaller pan next time because I want more filling with my topper.


The biscuit I made is the same biscuits as in the last post. Except I added a 1/4 cup of brown sugar and took out the cheese.
When I had that all mixed up I dropped spoonfuls of dough evenly on top of the berries.

Bake the cobbler at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until the biscuits are no longer doughy and the tops are golden brown. The filling should be very bubbly when coming out of the oven.

I suggest eating it with a huge very modest scoop of vanilla ice cream as I did. Here you go Mom, I think it’s pretty tasty.



3 thoughts on “Marionberry Cobbler Goodness!

  1. Love the photos! Wish I had read this in the thick of fresh Marion Berry season…but I’m going to try it with pears and apples…any suggestions on changes for those two fruits? Won’t”t make it until Saturday so I’m open!

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