There is nothing better during the summer than a delicious Blueberry Crumb Cobbler fresh out of the oven with vanilla ice cream. I’m sharing a delicious recipe today that was sponsored by Fresh From Florida as part of Influencer Activation for Influence Central.
In the times before kids, that I can barely remember, my husband and I used to go out on Friday nights and really all weekend. We weren’t clubbing people, just the thought of us in a club makes me laugh hysterically. We were more of dinner and movie people, or we loved going and getting things to work on projects at our home.
I guess really nothing has changed except now we do dinner and movie nights at home most weekends. One thing I really love this time of year is that on Friday nights, we usually end up grilling outdoors and soaking in the fresh air. It’s just so relaxing, our kids play and wear themselves out while we enjoy dinner on the patio.
One thing that I love to do is make a dessert on Friday nights. We rarely actually have dessert after dinner, so it’s always a nice treat. A few years ago I shared my Peach Crumb Cobbler, but I thought I would mix it up this time with Blueberry Crumb Cobbler.
The blueberries I used were Fresh From Florida and the Florida Department of Agriculture, which promotes locally grown Florida produce and seafood. The Fresh From Florida brand features blueberries, tomatoes, sweet corn, watermelon, and seafood. They really do have some unbelievable seafood. I will never forget the salmon I had when we were visiting Florida. It was scrumptious!
This cobbler is one of my favorites because it’s very few ingredients, you will have them all in your kitchen pantry and it’s not heavy. It’s so light and delicious. This recipe came from my great great aunt’s cookbooks and notes, I can imagine her on a hot summer day, in the kitchen with the windows open making this for dinner. I can even see her standing there with her apron on, brings back so many memories. I can’t even imagine though how hot it must have been back all those years ago when she was making these before there was air conditioning in Oklahoma. We’ve been in the 120’s before, can you imagine? No way to cool down? Sometimes in the summer, I can’t even leave the house because just walking outside feels suffocating, now to have no relief just amazes me.
One thing my husband prefers we have all the time in the summer are blueberries. We use them in just about everything. I knew that this past weekend he would really enjoy this cobbler. We had it after a night of grilling steaks, corn on the cob, and more. It was a nice calm moment after weeks of being busy and constantly going.
What types of Fresh from Florida produce do you use this time of year? Any recipes I should try? Be sure to share them with us.
Blueberry Crumb Cobbler
- 1 Tbsp Butter
- 1 Cup Sugar
- 1 Cup All Purpose Flour or Gluten Free All Purpose Flour
- 1 Tsp Baking Powder
- Pinch of Salt
- 1 Egg Beaten
- 2 Cups Blueberries
- Vanilla Ice Cream Optional
- Preheat the oven to 350*.
- Cream together the butter and sugar.
- Add in the flour, baking powder, and salt until sifted well.
- Add in the beaten egg and continue creaming together until it becomes a crumb mixture.
- Spray a 9 inch round pan or an oblong pan with non stick cooking spray.
- Place the blueberries evenly on the bottom of the pan.
- Top the blueberries evenly with the crumb mixture.
- Bake for 30-40 minutes or until the crumb top slightly browns.
- Serve warm with vanilla ice cream.
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Comments & Reviews
YAY Florida blueberries. As a Florida native, I love the Fresh From Florida program. We actually have a lot of different berries (and nuts) on our land and I love whipping things up with them. My husband loves cobbler, so I’ll definitely pin this one for later!
Shirley Wood says
Oh that looks scrumptious. I’ve never actually made blueberry cobbler but your recipe sounds right up my alley! Pinning it so I can try it.
Thanks for this recipe! I’ve been searching for a new dessert recipe to make this weekend, and this is it! I’ve got a bag of blueberries in the freezer, and the rest of the ingredients on hand 🙂
Lori Bosworth says
Your blueberry crumb cobbler looks delicious! I love making dishes with blueberries too because we have blueberries that grow in Ontario, Canada during the summer. I’ll definitely try your recipe when the blueberries are in season here.
Your blueberry crumb cobbler looks so yummy! I love making recipes with blueberries because they are one of my favorite super foods! I will be sure to stock-up so I can make your recipe soon. Blueberry smoothies are my favorite!
First of all I love blueberries! Especially cooking with them. So a blueberry cobbler sounds like the perfect dessert for me! I can’t wait to try this recipe. I don’t think I have ever had blueberry cobbler before. I am addicted to blueberry’s in my waffles!
Oh wow I love blueberries but they are rarely seen here in our local market. They’re great with cheesecakes and desserts like this. I think I can finish that in one sitting!
Crystal Lopez says
I absolutely love this take on blueberry cobbler. Would love a big bowl of this anytime! Yum!
Your blueberry recipe looks really delicious! I honestly haven’t tried one because it’s not commonly seen in the grocery stands in our country. I’m happy to find out there are more people enjoying at home or in the movies rather than getting drunk on a Friday night. Before, I used to feel weird because my friends are always out on Friday nights while I stay at home reading books or watching movies and eating popcorn.
Gwendolyn Mulholland says
I love fresh blueberries and I am super happy that it is summertime because that means they will be a reasonable price. I love making cobblers because they are an easy dessert that is sure to please anyone. I will be making this real soon.
Dina Demarest says
This may come as a shock but out of all the cobblers I have had in my life, I have NEVER had a blueberry cobbler! This looks so yummy though and I will be giving it a try.