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In this magnificent cookbook, on page 77, I found a recipe for Rhubarb Cobbler. As an avid baker, I am always fascinated by different toppings for cobbler.

I had never thought of making a cobbler with just rhubarb alone, without strawberries. However, nonetheless, I read on through the recipe and decided to try it. When I made the recipe, I substituted fresh summer peaches. I was floored.


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Seriously floored. This particular baking experience was comforting—just knowing a talented pastry chef, at Tapawingo, was thinking along the same lines when developing their recipe for Rhubarb Cobbler as I was. Talk about culinary validation.

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A glorious juicy lemon-blueberry filling made with fresh Michigan blueberries and just the right amount of sugar for sweetness and lemon zest for tartness. A unique cobbler topping best described as a delightful combination of pie pastry, a buttery fluffy biscuit and a rich, shortbread sugar cookie with a whisper of vanilla and a light sugar topping providing a pleasant crunch.

Yes, our Best Ever Blueberry Cobbler is definitely wicked good. Bake some today. Or, as soon as humanly possible. The article, recipe metrics added and images have been updated. What makes our blueberry cobbler wicked good? A lemon-blueberry filling made with fresh blueberries and a unique buttery topping which is like a delightful combination of pie pastry, a fluffy biscuit and a shortbread sugar cookie with a pleasant crunch. For the Fruit Filling: Make sure the sugar and flour mixture is evenly distributed over the fruit with no mounding in the center or in any one place. This will ensure the sugar will caramelize and the flour will thicken evenly throughout the cobbler with the berry juices.

It is essentially 1. Yield: 12 to 15 servings. Directions: Before assembling the cobbler, lightly butter baking dish. Follow recipe directions for preparing the cobbler. To prevent over-browning of topping, cover with sheet of aluminum foil after 30 to 35 minutes of baking.


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After baking, remove foil and carefully transfer to wire rack to cool. For Eggless Option: Simply substitute 2 to 4 tablespoons 30 to 60 ml nondairy milk almond or coconut milk or whole milk in lieu of the 1 large egg called for in recipe. Start with adding 2 tablespoons 30 ml along with vanilla extract and then add desired amount of milk up to 4 tablespoons 60 ml as needed.

Gently toss into flour mixture with a fork until moistened and dough starts to hold together. Continue with recipe as directed. Alternatively, use your favorite vegan butter substitute. Then, simply follow directions above for Eggless Option and use your favorite nondairy milk to replace the egg called for in recipe.

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Made this for Thanksgiving dinner. The lemon adds such an interesting flavor and brings out the sweetness of the berries. Will make this a holiday staple. Thank you, Mars! Thank you kindly for taking the time to write and share your positive experience with my recipe for Best Ever Blueberry Cobbler as well as for your 5-star review.

I greatly appreciate it! Meanwhile, I am thrilled to know that this recipe has become a holiday favorite — any time of year. Thanks again for dropping by, Mars.

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Happy baking! Hi there, Barbara! My sincere pleasure. Thank you for taking the time to write and share your positive experience with my recipe for Best Ever Blueberry Cobbler as well as for your 5-star rating. Thank you so much! I greatly appreciate it. Thanks again for stopping by, Barbara.

Happy summertime baking! Excellent recipe, I have been asked to make this for family gatherings again and again. The cobbler topping is irresistible. Hi there, Georgia! My pleasure. Thanks again for stopping by, Georgia.

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Meanwhile, warmest wishes to you and yours for a meaningful holiday season that is both merry and bright! Stacy, thanks so much for developing this recipe! I had just about lost heart trying to make a good crumble or cobbler topping, but this recipe has worked and worked. A good bouncing yellow vanilla custard, and pudding time this evening is looking good!

Thanks again! Hi there, Sue! Thank you for writing and sharing your positive experience with my recipe for Best Ever Blueberry Cobbler as well as for your 5-star review. I appreciate it more than you could possibly know. What a fabulous idea! Well, you happened to write at a great time because I am right in the midst of a Special Series on Cobblers, Crisps and Crumbles. If you adore sweet and tart cobblers and crisps and such, I hope you will try my recently posted recipes for Fresh Tart Cherry Cobbler and Fresh Cranberry Raspberry Cobbler.

They are truly divine! So easy to prepare, too.