I made this blueberry cobbler, after being inspired by a friend of Jacob's sister (Thank you, Angie) and after Jacob's Dad unloaded a big bag of hand-picked, home-grown blueberries with us last weekend (Thank you Ronnie & Cindy).
My plan was to take a picture of "my boys" enjoying it, but it was gone too fast (and I was busy eating too, no hand free to snap pictures)...
Any berries work (they are coming into season now) the cobbler is sweet yet wonderfully delicate and deferential to the berries' natural flavors. It's delicious fresh out of the oven, but it cuts neatly into squares after a half hour in the fridge and still tastes wonderful.
I love the indulgent days of deep summer...
- preheat oven to 350 degrees
1 cup of sugar
1 cup of self-rising flour
1 cup of milk
- mix all ingredients in a bowl
1 stick of butter melted
- add to mixture
- butter a baking dish and fill with mixture
- top with 2 cups of berries
- bake for 1 hour