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This rustic blueberry cobbler features tart, syrupy blueberries with a sugared biscuit topping.
I love rustic fruit desserts, and this blueberry cobbler with a lemon-scented buttermilk biscuit crust is one of my summertime favorites. As the dessert bakes, the fruit bubbles up into the topping, creating three delicious layers: a tart, syrupy blueberry bottom, a dumpling-like center, and a crisp, golden crust. One key to a delicious cobbler is getting the right ratio of fruit to crust. This topping is generous and lends just the right amount of savory buttery flavor to balance the tart-sweetness of the berries. Vanilla ice cream or sweetened whipped cream is a must.
What You’ll Need To Make Blueberry Cobbler
Step 1: Make the Fruit Filling
Preheat the oven to 375°F and set an oven rack in the middle position. Grease an