Bake a Blueberry Cobbler
Edited by Mian Sheilette Ong, vc, Lynn, Graeme and 2 others
Every occasion needs to have an eye-catching, mouth-watering dessert. It becomes the centerpiece of the table after a hearty dinner or luncheon with loved ones and friends. If you are someone who would want to impress with your newly found dessert-making skills, then you will be very proud to consider a blueberry cobbler as your masterpiece for that gathering. Remember that dessert, just like any other dish, relies on a perfect balance of flavors. You want something that will make your guests conclude their meals on a beautiful, cheery note, relieved from all traces of strong herbs in their mouths. You will definitely win their hearts with a blueberry cobbler, especially if you know they love berries.
Prep Time: Takes only 15 minutes
Cooking Time: Takes only 25 minutes
Serves 6 people in just a total of 50 minutes
- 1A teaspoon of vanilla extractAdvertisement
- 22 ½ cups of blueberries (fresh or frozen, whichever you prefer)Advertisement
- 3Juice of half a lemon
- 41 cup of white sugar (add according to your preferred sweetness)
- 5Half a teaspoon of APF (all-purpose flour)
- 61 tablespoon of melted butter
- 71 ¾ cups of APF (separate)
- 86 tablespoons of white sugar
- 91 cup of milk
- 104 tablespoons of baking powder
- 112 teaspoons of sugar
- 125 tablespoons of butter (softened)
- 13A pinch of cinnamon
- 1Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit or 190 degrees Celsius.Advertisement
- 2Mix the blueberries, lemon, and vanilla in the greased baking dish. Add in the flour (half a teaspoon) and the sugar (1 cup). Incorporate your melted butter. Set the mixture aside for a while.Get an 8-inch baking dish (square) and grease it.
- 3Use your fingers and rub in the butter (5 tablespoons) using your clean fingers. Dig a small pocket at the center of the bowl and pour the milk while quickly stirring the mixture. A thick batter (wet dough) results from this. Add in a bit more milk and let the batter rest (10 minutes).Mix the flour (1 ¾ cups), sugar (6 tablespoons), and baking powder in a medium bowl.
- 4Leave small spaces so that the blueberries could pop through. In a separate bowl, mix the sugar (2 tablespoons) and the cinnamon. Sprinkle this on the top of the batter.Spoon the batter over the blueberries you prepared earlier.
- 5To test this, a knife or a toothpick inserted into the cobbler should still be clean when you pull it out (no batter, just syrup).Bake until the top of the cobbler is golden brown (for about 20-25 minutes).
- 6Cool the blueberry cobbler before you serve it.
The dessert can keep in your fridge for two days.
How to Bake a Blueberry Cobbler
Sweets- it seems difficult to live without sweet delicacies. Suffice to say, sweets add spice to life. When it comes to sweet recipes, among the most favorite and loved delicacy is the blueberry cobbler. Basically, cobblers served as subs for conventional pies, and these delicious delicacies were introduced to the circulation during the 1850s.
The conventional New England style entails chunky biscuit topping- alternative for the pie pastry. There are a lot of people who thinks that cobbler is quite tedious to make. As a matter of fact, it only requires traditional baking ingredients such as whipping cream and full fat sour cream. Nevertheless, there are some home bakers who prefer to look for an excellent alternative for the latter.
Some people, instead of utilizing full fat sour cream, they incorporate a fat-free kind of cream and for the record; this kind of cream is undetectable. In terms of nutritional profile, fat-free kind of sour cream is much preferable. The modern cobbler has lesser fat compared to the conventional recipe, yet manages to keep an amazing buttery topping flavor.
Nutritional Content of Blueberry Cobbler
The calories for every serving is 356 The fat is about 16.5 grams, and the percentage of the overall calories is 42% Today: The calories for every serving is 288 The fat is about 8.3 grams, and the percentage of the overall calories is 26% How to Craft a Pleasantly-looking and Delicious Blueberry Cobbler
- 1Sugar (1/3 cup)Advertisement
- 26 cups of fresh blueberries
- 3Cornstarch (2 tbsp.)
- 4of grated lemon rid1 tsp.
For the Topping
- 1of sugar2 tbsp.
- 21 1/3 cups of flour (all-purpose)
- 3Salt (1/4 tsp.)
- 4Baking powder (3/4 tsp)
- 5Baking soda (1/4 tsp.)
- 61 cup of fat-free sour cream
- 7of chilled butter, preferably cunt into tiny pieces5 tbsp.
- 8of sugar1 tsp.
- 9of 2% decreased-fat milk3 tbsp.
- 1The oven must be preheat to 350 degrees
- 2In terms of preparing the filling, mix the initial 4 ingredients, preferably in a baking dish (11 x 7 inches)
- 3When it comes to preparing the topping, use dry measuring cups in spooning the flour, and then use a knife to level it.
- 4of salt, and ¾ tsp. of baking powder in a huge bowl (flour via baking soda).Next, mix 2 tbsp of sugar, 1 1/3 cups of all-purpose flour, ¼ tsp.
- 5Cut in the butter using 2 knives or pastry blender, until the mixture appears as coarse meal.
- 6Next, stir in the fat-free sour cream, in order to craft soft dough.
- 7Put the dough by spoonfuls going onto the blueberry filling, in order to create 8 dumplings.
- 8sugar.The dumplings must then be brushed with milk and then sprinkle it with 1 tsp.
- 9Situate the baking dish onto a jelly roll pan.
- 10If the filling is already bubbly, and then the dumplings already reached lightly browned state; it is ready to serve.Bake this delicious blueberry cobbler at 350 degrees for about fifty minutes.Advertisement
You can add your freshly baked blueberry cobbler to your French toast in the morning, or even have it as a decadent snack. You can shred blue cheese over it before serving or mix cream cheese into the batter before baking to add a cheesecake effect. Be more creative and incorporate your blueberry cobbler into your blueberry milkshake. You can also serve it with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream on the side.
Your blueberry cobbler can be paired with fruity wines, port, fruit juices, fruit beers, champagne, or sauternes. Of course, nothing beats cold milk, though, especially when you just want to tuck into your cobbler by yourself.