Bumbleberry Cobbler

When I was a little girl we used to stay outside all day long and play.  One of the things we did the most was ride bicycles.  We used to have this blackberry bush at the corner of our house.  There is a hill on the side of my Mom and Dad's house and we used to go around the house with our bikes.  Well more times than I can count someone would end up in that blackberry bush.  Over the years it grew and we enjoyed the berries so much.  Sadly my parents decided it was time to do away with it and cut it down.  I am sure to them it was getting unruly.  To this day when I see blackberries I think of that bush and the many times I had to somehow climb out of it when I crashed into it. Its funny how a simple little berry can bring back such a memory. 

Bumbleberry is just mixed berries. I had heard the term before but never really knew what it meant. A friend of mine who makes and sells her own jams and jellies told me what it meant. She sells bumbleberry jam at our local farmers markets. I can say I have bought one and my daughter loves it. I accidentally picked up a frozen bag of mixed fruit at the store and was not sure what to do with it. Bumbleberry Cobbler was what I came up with.  I have to say this turned out really good. This has raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries in it.  How can it not be good? 

Put a stick of butter in your casserole dish and place in a 350 degree oven to melt.  In the meantime, combine the flour, 1 cup of sugar and milk.  Once its melted remove from the oven and pour the batter mix over the butter, do not stir.

Add the berries on top of the butter and batter mixture, again do not stir!

Put the casserole dish into the oven for 55 minutes. The batter will cook up over the berries. 

Once its done, let it cool and serve.  I could not wait I had to try it.  It was still warm and a scoop of vanilla ice cream would have taken this over the top! However, I did not have any. Next time I will be prepared.

Served Up With Love!

Bumbleberry Cobbler
Inspired by Southern Plate's Christy Jordan
  • 2 C Berries, frozen or fresh- I used a frozen
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup self rising flour
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 stick butter or margarine
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Melt stick of butter in oven proof casserole dish in oven while mixing ingredients. Place 1 T margarine on top of berries in a small bowl. Pour 1/2 cup sugar over berries. Stir. Heat in microwave for 1 minute so that sugar begins to melt.
Mix together 1 cup flour and 1 cup sugar until blended. Pour in 1 cup milk and mix until blended.
After butter is melted, take casserole out of oven and pour batter on top of melted butter. Pour berries on top of batter. DO NOT STIR! Sprinkle a tablespoon of sugar over cobbler. Place in 350 oven and cook for 55 minutes or until golden.

Shared at:
A Themed Bakers Sunday @ Cupcake Apothecary
The Saturday Evening Pot
Made it on Monday @ Larks Country Heart
Melt in your Mouth Monday @ Make ahead Meals for busy Moms
Picnic and Finger Foods Party @ Angies Big Love of Food
Garden Variety Wednesday @ Ms. enPlace
Foodie Friday @ Little Brick Ranch
Sweet Tooth Friday @ Alli n Son
Sweets for a Saturday @ Sweet as Sugar Cookies
A Well Seasoned Life Sweet Indulgences Sunday
Gooseberry Patch Recipe Round Up
Weekend Potluck @ The Country Cook


  1. Yum! This looks great. I've never heard the term bumbleberry--but I like it. Makes sense to me! And I loved your blackberry story and how seeing them makes you think about riding bikes and playing outside.

    I remember playing outside all day too. We'd play until our mothers would call us in for supper. Do kids still do that?

    Thanks for reading the feature, visiting my blog, and leaving such sweet comments. I appreciate your support and encouragement!

  2. Looks too good to be that simple!

  3. I think if kids now adays played outside they wouldnt be so overweight, or alergic. I love the recipe and will try it soon.

  4. I'm glad you linked up! Thanks!
    Hope your daughter likes the lemonade.

  5. Thank you so much for linking this up to
    "Made it on Monday"

    *And I am your newest follower!*

  6. Looks really good. Hope you'll share your recipes with us at
    Simply Delish.

  7. Im glad you explained what bumbleberry is because I was thinking I wouldnt be able to find them! :) Our neighbor has a big bush/tree on her property. I am def picking some today!! This looks wonderful.

    Thanks for linking up to Foodie Friday. I hope to see you again next week!!

  8. With berries in season here, I just might try this recipe!

  9. All that fruity goodness is a beautiful sight to behold. I'd love it if you came by and linked it up to Sweets for a Saturday. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/07/sweets-for-saturday-25.html

  10. Sounds yummy! I'd never heard of bumbleberries before but this sounds like something I'd love to try.

    Thanks for linking up at Make a Food-"e"-Friend Monday. I hope you'll join us again this week (closes tomorrow night)... look forward to featuring you as a MaFF Monday FFF in the future!

  11. Looks divine! I would have been looking for bumbleberries in my store too, so glad you explained :) I wanted to invite you over to my cookbook giveaway that is going on right now until July 16th. Stop on by to enter! Hope you are having a great week :)


  12. What a comforting dessert! Thanks for sharing on A Well-Seasoned Life's Sweet Indulgences Sunday.


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