Blueberry Cobbler

I have been with my daughter wedding planning this last week. I made Blueberry Cobbler for dessert one night.    This was one of my daughter’s favorite desserts growing up and her fiancé  loved it. This is another great recipe for beginning cooks.

Blueberry Cobbler
Makes 13×9 pan

1 stick of butter
2 cups flour
2 cups sugar
2 Tbsp. baking powder
1 1/2 cup milk
1 pint Blueberries  (you can use frozen blueberries as well)
1 1/2-2 cups brown sugar

Preheat oven to 350.


Melt butter and pour into a 13×9 pan.


Mix together flour, sugar, baking powder  and milk. Pour on top of melted butter.


Sprinkle blueberries over the top of the batter.


Sprinkle brown sugar over the blueberries.
Bake in a 350 degree oven for 40-45 minutes.


This is what the cobbler looks like when it is done.


Dish up in a bowl while it is still warm. You can serve it with vanilla ice cream on top as well. YUM!

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About Karen Ann Lockyer

At the age of 21, I married my husband, AC and moved from Texas to Florida. I was a long way from home and missed my family. So I began cooking the recipes my Mom had cooked. I quickly became a Mom and wanted to give my children the same experience I had growing up with meals around the dinner table every night. I started with the classics like chicken and dumplings, pot roast, chicken enchiladas and desserts. Every good meal has to end with something sweet. Now my children, Lauren, 22 and AJ, 20 are grown. I spend my time in the kitchen expanding my cooking skills and writing down recipes. I am here to share with you the recipes I grew up on and the ones my kids and AC love. I also travel with AC on his business trips and try to find great restaurants and food along the way. I attribute my love for cooking and food to my family who always encourage me and enjoy being my guinea pigs.
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