When summer rolls around and I have lots of fresh fruit and berries in the house, I love to make one of my favorite desserts: Cobbler! This tasty specific old fashion cobbler recipe has been in my family for generations. It was passed down to me from my mom who got it from her grandmother. I am passing it on to my son and daughter. My mom still remembers her grandmother making fresh berry cobbler each summer with the fresh-picked berries grown right on her farm.
This old fashion cobbler recipe is incredibly easy to make, and works with so many different types of fruits and berries. A couple of my favorites are peach/raspberry, blueberry, and blackberry. They are as fun to make as they are to eat. Today I tried making it with fresh bing cherries, and I wasn’t disappointed. It is a pretty quick recipe. The only time-consuming part is pitting the cherries, but the end result was so worth it… plus, that’s what kids are for! I guarantee that the recipe below is the best and easiest cobbler you will find. Let me know if you make it and what fruit you decide to use. If you are looking for another fruity delicious recipe be sure to check out my old fashion apple crisp recipe.
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