Magic Blueberry Cobbler
Magic Blueberry Cobbler is so sensational it’s good down to the last spoonful. There isn’t anything about this cobbler recipe that I don’t like. The texture is fluffy, not hard and tough like some cobbler toppings. It has just the right amount of sweetness and flavors. This recipe uses fresh blueberries and almond extract to provide flavors and zip that make it just about perfect in my opinion.
I have a friend who lives in Midlothian (south of the Dallas Metroplex) and we try to get together once or twice a month to talk and catch up. It’s about an hour’s drive from where we currently live so it’s a sacrifice for whoever is driving that particular time. In late July she was up to our home. I served a delicious Italian Roasted Tomato Soup, garlic bread and this fantastic dessert with ice cream. We were both drooling over that meal. She follows my blog, so I try to give her new recipes every now and then. She tries out many of them on her family here and in Ohio.
Magic Blueberry Cobbler turned out heavenly. A cornstarch and sugar mixture is spread over the topping layer and then water poured over top before baking. Once the cobbler is baked, it looks like glazed sugar donuts on top! It tastes amazing too. We loved the recipe and I ended up eating my share of cobbler before I finally stashed the rest of it in the freezer for later. 🙂
Magic Blueberry Cobbler is a great dessert for family and friends. Blueberries are available year round so this dessert can be made for any holiday, company dinner or just because you enjoy blueberries. This cobbler recipe is also pretty straightforward. I had mine ready for the oven in about 10 minutes. Grab the ice cream and share this fantastic dessert with your friends the next time you have a gathering.
Magic Blueberry Cobbler magically cooks together. It’s amazing.
We enjoyed this dessert with or without ice cream.
Dig in for a scrumptious treat where you won’t be able to get enough!
Here’s what I did.
I used these ingredients, plus water.
Wash blueberries. Arrange in a 9×9″ glass baking dish.
Combine softened butter, sugar, almond and vanilla extracts in a mixing bowl.
Beat with an electric mixer until smooth.
Add flour, half-and-half, baking powder and salt.
Mix again until smooth.
Spread topping layer over top of blueberries.
Place remaining sugar and cornstarch into a mixing bowl or cup.
Stir to combine.
Sprinkle sugar mixture over top of the topping.
Pour water as evenly over the top of the sugar mixture as possible.
The cobbler is now ready for the oven.
Bake at 375 degrees for 40-45 minutes. I recommend putting a cookie sheet under the dish to collect drips.
Magic Blueberry Cobbler is fantastic with a little Blue Bell vanilla ice cream on top (or your favorite ice cream).
My friend and I loved, loved, loved this dessert!
Magic Blueberry Cobbler is really easy to make and tastes heavenly.
Here’s the recipe.
MAGIC BLUEBERRY COBBLER
(My own concoction)
The glazed sugar on top reminded us of glazed donuts! The topping is soft in texture rather than hard and tough.
If you enjoy blueberries, this is a “must make” dessert.
Do you have a sweet tooth? Give Magic Blueberry Cobbler a try. You won’t be disappointed.