Blueberry Cobbler with Cookie Dough Crust is the best dessert idea! Scoops of buttery sugar cookie dough are placed over blueberry filling to create a golden cookie crust that’s amazing!
This recipe was originally published on The NY Melrose Family.
Best Ever Blueberry Cobbler with Cookie Dough Crust
Yes, fresh blueberries are amazing and put into a cobbler they’re way delicious, but our family’s FAVORITE way to eat this summer dessert is with a cookie dough crust! You have to try this amazing recipe for Blueberry Cobbler with Cookie Dough Crust and let me know what you think!
It’s a family tradition to go out and pick as many blueberries as we can once they are in season. And when I say as many, I mean like 20-30 pounds of them! We have a little local farm about 15 minutes from our house that has super good berries that can’t be beat! I think our daughter eats more than she picks…good thing they don’t weigh her before and after 🙂
We don’t stop at blueberries. Oh, no. We pick every type of berry that’s in season. I made this Mixed Berry Jam with some of the blueberries, blackberries and raspberries we picked this year and this Strawberry Shortcake in a Jar with our strawberries. We LOVE fresh berries! So sweet and delicious!
It’s wonderful to freeze the berries to use throughout the year, but once…well, maybe twice or three times before they’re all eaten or frozen, we have to make a blueberry cobbler. This recipe is always a hit when we share it with friends, too.
Unlike crisps, which can be a little on the dry side, cobbles are full of juicy fruit goodness. Cobblers overall are pretty easy to make. Place some delicious fruit (again, you can use frozen or fresh) in a bowl with some sugar, vanilla, spice and cornstarch to thicken the fruit and then make a topping.
The key is the kind of topping. The thing that makes this the best ever is sugar cookie dough. It takes just a minute to put a handful of ingredients in a bowl and mix them into a batter for the topping, but it’s well worth it!
This recipe can easily be doubled if your baking for a crowd. Just use 1 large egg and double the rest of the ingredients.
We enjoy this Blueberry Cobbler a ton during the summertime, but it can be made with frozen blueberries anytime. We just have a little obsession with berry picking because there’s nothing better than fruit picked at the peak of freshness!
I made this Strawberry Chia Seed Jam with our fresh picked strawberries. Mmm, mmm. It’s healthy too. It contains no refined sugars and a superfood!
So enjoy this blueberry cobbler recipe with fresh or frozen blueberries! Let me know what you think!
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