TWD: Mixed Berry Cobbler

Author: swampkitty05  //  Category: Food Blogging Event, Food Porn, Recipes

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The recipe for this week’s Tuesdays with Dorie is definitely a timely one, since I’m up to my armpits in berries of all sorts. So I was actually looking forward to giving this recipe for Mixed Berry Cobbler a try, to compare with my own recipe.

Mixed Berry Cobbler

So for the filling, I went for variety and used one cup each of strawberries, blueberries, mulberries, blackberries and raspberries – and let me just say, the bottom part tastes awesome. The jury is still out on the topping, though – I usually make my cobblers in a different way, with a very buttery topping that envelops the fruit rather than covers it. This one was a bit dry for my tastes, and didn’t keep well like my other recipe does. Nice for a one time experiment, but I think I’ll stick with my tried and true recipe next time. The recipe can be found in Dorie’s Baking From My Home to Yours and has been previously published online by Dorie at NPR.

12 Responses to “TWD: Mixed Berry Cobbler”

  1. Caitlin Says:

    Wow – lots of variety in the berries! How could you dislike it with all of those wonderful berries in there?

  2. Erin Says:

    Your cobbler looks great! Your picture is beautiful.

  3. sara Says:

    Becke, your photos are fantastic, in all your posts! Your fish and chips in the post below looked delicious, i’m drooling!

  4. Mari Says:

    Liberal scoops of ice cream, helped to moisten the topping, of course! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. OhioMom Says:

    Looks yummy! I love fruit cobblers ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Mara Says:

    Looks tasty!! I love peach cobblers but this berry one was tasty. I did blueberries and mango!

  7. Christine Says:

    I love all the varities of berries that you used! Great looking cobbler!

  8. Rebecca Says:

    You’re so lucky to have so many berries! They are ridiculously expensive here. Had to dig the frozen ones out of the freezer.

  9. Lisa T. Says:

    This looks so wonderful – the perfect comfort food.

  10. Dolores Says:

    What a beautiful combination of berries you chose! Great job!

  11. Cecilia Says:

    I’m sorry that the crust wasn’t to your liking. On the upside, your cobbler looks wonderful!

  12. Barbara Says:

    Your combination of fruit sounds wonderful! Must try some mulberries in my next recipe (if I can pick them before the birds get to them!)
    I’m interested in your cobbler recipe with the “buttery crust that envelops the fruit.” Would you consider publishing it some time, or giving a reference to the cookbook or Web site it’s on?

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