Baking for the 4th

When I posted on Friday, I was in the middle of baking Taste of the South’s blueberry/blackberry cobbler for the various cookouts I went to this weekend. It turned out so beautiful that I of course had to share. It got rave reviews from everyone, from my little cousin to my grandmother to my father-in-law. Even though the 4th is over, I would definitely recommend making this (any shape of the biscuits on top would be cute…even round!) It’s so easy and so full of summer flavor! Thank goodness I have leftovers (albeit not much) in the fridge, because I’m craving some right now. With a big ol’ scoop of vanilla ice cream.


*note* I brushed the sweet biscuits with some melted butter/cinnamon/sugar and baked them for about 8 minutes on 450. Then I topped the cobbler with them (which is the stage this photo shows) and baked the whole thing, loosely covered with foil, for 20 minutes at 400. It turned out fabulous.

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