This Paleo Blackberry Cobbler Recipe is sponsored by Danone North America/ SO Delicious®, but all thoughts, opinions, and the recipe are my own! Thank you for allowing me to work with brands I believe in to continue to bring you free recipes and content!
Who doesn’t love a warm, gooey, sweet delicious cobbler? I know I do!! I have always loved the versatility, ease, and comfort of a homemade cobbler. During the summertime bounty of berries, cobblers can be an efficient and tasty way of using copious amounts of fruit before they expire. Late summer peach cobblers and fall apple cinnamon cobblers are always a hit at home and the perfect potluck addition. Cobblers are a great addition to breakfast, brunch, and of course dessert!
Originating in the British American Colonies, cobblers came about as English settlers arrived in North America with their traditional recipes at hand. However, they had limited and different ingredients. Ever resourceful, these settlers “cobbled” together the ingredients they were able to find to create new dishes based on their classic ones back home.
The name cobbler may come from this cobbling together of ingredients, or as some have said, that cobblers look like a cobblestone street. Regardless of how they got here, I’m just glad they made it!
This Paleo Blackberry Cobbler Recipe doesn’t have any grains, dairy, or traditional sweeteners. In place we use SO Delicious® coconut milk, cassava, arrowroot, and almond flours, and coconut sugar and honey to sweeten. You won’t even miss the traditional ingredients- this Paleo version is so good!
- 1 stick Butter, melted (or ghee)
- ½ c honey
- 2 t lemon juice
- 3/4 cup SO Delicious® coconut milk
- ¼ c coconut sugar
- 1 c cassava flour
- ¼ c arrowroot flour
- ¼ c almond flour
- ½ t baking soda
- ½ t salt
- 2 cups Blackberries (frozen Or fresh)
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Butter a 9×9 baking dish and set aside.
- Add melted butter, honey, lemon juice and coconut milk in a small bowl and whisk until combined.
- In a medium size bowl, combine and coconut sugar, cassava flour, arrowroot, almond flour, baking soda and salt and whisk until blended.
- Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix well.
- Pour the batter into buttered baking dish and let sit for 15 minutes.
- Add dish to oven and bake for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, remove dish from oven and quickly sprinkle blackberries evenly across the surface of the batter.
- Return dish to oven and bake for an additional 20 minutes or until set in the center and golden brown on the edges. Remove from oven and serve warm.