This was delicious!!!. I added a little bit of water to the sugar/blueberry mixture so the sugar would stick a little. Overall this was great and next time I thing I'll use the biscuit recipe as a crust!!!
8 five star reviews and one "meh"?? Seriously? This one was fabulous for multiple reasons: Easy, had everything on hand, classy looking when it comes out of the oven, and bright fresh lemon taste. You'd have to be stupid to screw this one up. Would be nice next time with a sprinkle of cinnamon sugar on top and ice cream. One to make again and again!
This was just "ok". I have made much better but thought I would try it because it was quick, will not make again!
All I can say is mmmm! I made the cardinal recipe mistake and did not read all the way throught the recipe & ended up adding too much cream to the dough (about 1 1/2 cups), but it still turned out delicious! This was a quick & easy dessert recipe with very little to clean up.
Absolutely delicious!! I followed the directions exactly. We went blueberry picking, and this was the perfect thing to make with my super-fresh, overflowing basket of blueberries. We ate it with company and served it with vanilla ice cream.
Great recipe! I am not a big fan of blueberries, but I couldn't get enough of this dessert. Agree that the key is the lemon zest. It gives it such a nice flavor. I will definitely be making this again.
I've never made cobbler, and this recipe was so easy and YUMMY!! To cut back on a few of the calories, I used the Splenda baking blend instead of sugar, and it was awesome.
Not only easy to make, but very good. The lemon zest gave the dish a wonderfully fresh taste. Immediately after baking, I brushed some heavy cream on the top and sprinkled with sanding sugar. Serve up with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you've got yourself a party!
Wow - this recipes is out of this world! I substituted low-fat lactose-free cream for the heavy cream and it still came out wonderfully. I also tried the recipe with both frozen and fresh berries and both/either seem to work. The lemon zest is the secret ingrediant so don't skimp! Oh, and the cobbler pairs really well with lemon sorbet. Yum!
Easy, delicious and forgiving. We served it with vanilla ice cream and it was big hit. I didn't have whipping cream (used whole milk) or a lemon. Cooked for a total of 45 minutes and it was just right. I made this for a family dinner, but it would travel well to a potluck or be great at a casual dinner party.