My family loved the cobbler bars however the next time I make this I will reduce the bake time to 45-50 minutes. It is over-done when you bake it for 60 minutes (note: the temperature in my oven is accurate). I would also recommend increasing the peaches to 5 cups. Great served warm with vanilla ice cream.
Blackberry-Peach Cobbler Bars
ChefPaulette Posted: 06/13/13
SusanerJohnson Posted: 05/26/13
I made this tonight. Looks and smells delicious. Easy to make. Of course it just occurred to me I do not know how to store overnight. Should I place in fridge or keep at room temp? Would love any advice from more experienced cooks
MauiGalRN Posted: 05/27/13
OMG!!! These are sooooooooo delicious! I made them yesterday for a Memorial Day BBQ and they were practically gone before dinner was served! Super easy to make and a great go-to recipe for summer cookouts, pitch-ins, etc.
Chancey1 Posted: 10/02/13
I made this for a group "get together" but since I hadn't made it before I also took some decadent brownies. The cobbler bars were gone in a big hurry with rave reviews from everyone. Many people said they liked the fact that it was not overly sweet. The only change I made in the recipe was to use regular chopped pecans which I toasted before stirring them into the batter, rather than the glazed pecans. I don't even think the nuts are a necessity to the wonderful taste of the recipe.
MGayleW Posted: 07/04/14
These were easy to make and quite delicious. I was afraid they might be dry, but they were moist. We added the bourbon but it is not a necessity to the flavor
itravel Posted: 07/20/14
A little too sweet for me but it's tasty. The peaches and pecans really make it good. It seemed a little gooey but it was bubbling after an hour so I assume it was cooked through. Not sure if I'd make this again. I'm thinking.........usually I know right away but the jury is still out.