Breakfast isn’t especially my favorite (with one exception for buttermilk biscuits and gravy made with bacon). I don’t love eggs, despite trying to enjoy them, and most other breakfasts leave me feeling like I need insulin (though I’m not diabetic). This cobbler, however, meets right in the mid-point (sweet spot?) of sour and light and lovely. It can be dressed up for dessert with ice cream and caramel sauce, or served in it’s brighter, cleaner version with a bit of Greek yogurt. I’ve made it here with black raspberries frozen from this summer’s garden and tart pie cherries, but it is a laid back recipe that works well with any berry you happen to have on hand, fresh or frozen.
5 cups fresh or frozen berries (I used 3 cups of raspberries and 2 cups of cherries)
3 Tablespoons all-purpose flour
3 Tablespoons honey
½ cup all-purpose flour
½ cup old fashioned oats
½ cup chopped pecans
1/4 cup brown sugar
½ teaspoon salt
5 Tablespoons butter, cut into 10 or so pieces
Preheat oven to 325°
For filling, combine berries, honey and flour and pour into deep pie dish.
For topping, combine flour, oats, pecans, brown sugar and salt. Using either a pastry cutter, two knives or fingers, rub the butter into the dry ingredients until butter is small, pea-sized pieces. Sprinkle topping over berry mixture, distributing evenly.
Bake for 40 minutes or until topping is golden and filling is bubbly.
The featured image is courtesy of Jordan Durbin and used with her kind permission for Cultivating and The Cultivating Project.
Second-generation homeschooling mom of five wee snickbuzzards, Jordan Durbin is a maker of humble pottery, fine artist, calligrapher, gardener, pickle maker, baker of all things gluten-inclusive and butter-laden, violinist, vocalist, rabbit raiser, wife of one good man, lover of her blessed Redeemer. She has a Bachelor’s degree in fine art from Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana. She is an avid coffee drinker, reader, and published children’s book author and illustrator. She aspires to proclaim the resurrection with every moment of her life.
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