Crockin' Good Blueberry Cobbler
Diane Hopson Smith
Mom baked her cobblers in the oven. I love my crock pots and I've been interested in trying out desserts in them. This was my 1st attempt with a slow cooked dessert. We were very pleased with the end result.
I added cinnamon and sugar to moms recipe, just for sprinkling over top.
I love utilizing the crock pot. While the main meal is in the oven we still get to enjoy a nice dessert right out of the crock pot.
- 1 stick
- (1/2-cup) butter, melted
- 1 c
- self rising flour
- 1 c
- 1 c
- 1 bag(s)
- (16-oz) frozen blueberries, rinsed (or fresh)
- cinnamon sugar
The following steps (2 thru 4) is the method that worked best for the crock pot I used. The image next to this NOTE is the type crock pot I used. "Crock-Pot SCVT650-PS 6-1/2-Quart Programmable Touchscreen Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel"
I read and studied many crock pot cobbler recipes. Most stated 3 to 4 hours cooking time on HIGH. The recipes never mentioned the size pot used. I think that the size and shape would make a difference in cooking times.
Based on 3 to 4 hours cooking time, my cobbler would have burned to a crisp! So, if this is your 1st time, make it on a day you have time to watch your cobbler so you can get your time right for your next one.
I checked my cobbler every 15 to 30 minutes until it was done. This was my 1st attempt at making any dessert in a slow cooker and we were very pleased with the outcome! Going forward I will now know exactly how long it will take to make my favorite dish!
(Makes one cup of Self Rising Flour 'Substitute')
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 1/3 teaspoons baking powder
1/3 teaspoon salt
1. Combine all ingredients and use in place of self rising flour.
2. May double or triple if more is needed.