- Preparation Time: 10 Minutes.
- Cooking Time: 1 Hour & 5 Minutes.
- Servings: 8.
- Yield: 1-8 Cobbler.
Creating a perfect dessert that compliments the meals handed-out during dinner parties is challenging. It often required patience, dedication, and knowledge for the art of baking. When looking for the perfect recipe, it’s best to find options that are quick & simple, which is what our “Blueberry Cobbler in One Hour” recipe offers. This classic dessert can is easily made in the home-kitchen and focuses on nostalgia seen throughout American culinary culture.
Blueberry Cobbler is the perfect combination of sweet & savoury, focusing more on the flavour profiles associated with blueberries. Our recipe is best suited with a buttery biscuit, and Cup of coffee on a cold fall’s evening. It’s also the perfect option for Christmas dinner parties. Our readers that choose to bake this recipe will find that the blueberries will bubble & rise, with the biscuit layering becoming golden brown. It’s crisp to the touch and has the perfect combination of flavour profiles to go alongside vanilla ice cream. Read below to learn how to make the Vicini Frisco Blueberry Cobbler.
- Butter – ½ Cup.
- Self Rising Flour – 1 Cup.
- White Sugar – 1 Cup.
- Milk – 1 Cup.
- Fresh Blueberries – 4 Cups.
- The first step in making this Blueberry Cobbler is getting an 8-Inch square baking dish. Butter the baking dish around the base & sides before heating the oven to 350 Degrees.
- The second step will have bakers melt ½ Cup of Butter for five minutes in their preheated over. In a secondary bowl, place 1 Cup of White Sugar & 1 Cup of Self Rising Flour. Pour the melted butter into your second bowl of dry ingredients.
- After coming to the third step, readers want to pour 1 Cup of 2% Milk into the same bowl and scatter the 4 Cups of Fresh Blueberries inside. For a second time mix the ingredients until a thick batter is formed.
- The fourth & final step requires bakers to merely place the thickened batter into their preheated over 350 Degrees for 60-Minutes. Place a toothpick into the centre, and if thoroughly cooked there’ll be nothing on the toothpick when removed.