It's no secret that Mr. Findlay-Lampkin is a huge fan of any kind of fruit cobbler. Being from Mississippi, he usually prefers peach cobbler. Unfortunately, winter is a terrible time to find good peaches in Minnesota. However, we did have a container of blackberries and some frozen raspberries in the refrigerator. I picked up some strawberries to make a triple berry cobbler.
This is the peach cobbler recipe that I found online that I usually make. I changed it a little bit, and did half brown sugar and half white to mix with the berries. I also used about a cup of sugar - berries need more sugar added than peaches do, and omitted the cinnamon. Otherwise, I made the crust as it is shown in the recipe.
Starting with the raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries.
The fruit is cut, and the sugar mixture is added.
The crust is a similar process to making biscuits. First, I cut the butter into the flour mixture.
As I added the buttermilk, I stirred the mixture with a fork.
Spoon the crust on top of the fruit mixture.
I spread the crust out a bit after I spooned it on top of the fruit. I sprinkled some brown sugar over the top before baking.
The baked cobbler! As you can see, the crust sits on top of the fruit mixture. The fruit juice cooked out of the berries, so the cobbler was a little soupy. Next time I try this, I think I will add some cornstarch to make it more like a jelly filling.