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Kim Gravel’s Easy Breezy Blackberry Cobbler

Kim Gravel, star of “Kim of Queens” previously aired on Lifetime is sharing with you her favorite Fall dessert! This cobbler will satisfy any gobbler!  Even better, it was simple to prepare and thanks to Kim that it was as I had contractors ripping out my hardwood floors while I rushed to get it in the oven! As I have mentioned in other posts, our home is being restored from a storm causing us to vacate the house for ten days.  So my family was at the hotel in Atlanta, as I stuck around the house to make sure everything was going as planned. Busy packing last minute clothes for our stay, I realized I hadn’t eaten all day. So of course my mind kept going to this cobbler, sitting all alone on the kitchen counter, yearning for my attention as it’s ghostly whispers of my name echoed through the house. I couldn’t take it any longer and ran down the stairs, making it in time to get a scoop of ice-cream too (Kim suggested the ice cream you guys; not my fault, I have will power but it would be inappropriate not to follow the chef’s instructions completely!). I then crawled upon my bed like a five year old sneaking candy at night, and as happy as one. I have to admit, I ate more than one piece. Shhhhhhh. Don’t tell anyone (except Kim!).

blackberry cobbler

My Iphone was laying next to me, so I snapped a photo and messaged my kids.  Well, that was a huge mistake! Along with all the suitcases, pillows and such, the cobbler was placed carefully in the back seat for the drive to Atlanta.  Needless to say, the whole cobbler was gone within in minutes of stepping thru the door. I love when my family actually enjoy something I’ve cooked or baked.

Thanks Kim! This cobbler is a hit for the Loges family!

Here’s What You’ll Need

1 stick butter

1 cup sugar

1 cup whole milk

1 cup self-rising flour

1 1/2 cans blackberries

2 cans blackberry juice

Here’s What You’ll Do

Mix flour and sugar until well-blended. Pour in 1 cup cold milk and mix to make batter.

Heat iron skillet on medium high, then melt butter.

Pour batter into cast-iron skillet.

Pour blackberries and juice into middle of pan; do not stir.

Bake for 40 minutes at 425 degrees.

Kim suggests

Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream to cut the sweetness. Keep in mind you can substitute the Blackberries for any fruit filling you would like. This is an easy Fall dessert. One of my family’s favorites!

Hi I am Kellie. My family and I currently live in Georgia. I am a Pinterest enthusiast and blogger who loves to share recipes and decorating tips. Also, a newly empty nester. My favorite things are my camera, curling up to watch a good movie, decorating for the holidays and spending time with my family. I love making new friends and made quite a few here. Jesus is my priority. Let’s get creative together!

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