Easy Blueberry Cobbler

My husband and kids picked nine pounds of blueberries while I was at work last week. A friend has a large area of blueberry bushes and was having trouble keeping the birds out of the nets. So, he invited my family over to pick as many berries as possible. Although I froze a bunch, I still had a lot of fresh blueberries to use up. This is a real simple recipe that doesn’t take much time or effort. It’s my favorite low carb cobbler recipe of all that I’ve tried. It tastes great and I doubt others who try it would guess it was sugar and gluten free.

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  1. Eda says

    Do you think xylitol would work?
    And if using sucralose, should I reduce the amount? I feel that it is sweeter than suggar..

    • says

      I actually don’t use artificial sweeteners anymore. Stevia is the best for those who are sensitive to sugar alternatives, but it takes some getting used to by itself. You could use 24 packets of pure stevia or any all natural sugar replacement. Lately, I like using Pyure brand all-purpose sweetener which is an organic mix of stevia and erythritol that is twice as sweet as sugar. In this recipe, 1/2 cup of Pyure all-purpose would be used.

  2. Caitlin says

    I made this tonight. It was AMAZING! I was recently diagnosed with PCOS, so these recipes are what I’ll be eating for the rest of my life. This blueberry cobbler was irresistible. My top seems to have come out a bit more crumbly than yours, but it was still fantastic. Whether served a-la-mode with no sugar added, half fat vanilla ice cream, or just alone (I definitely had two servings, one each way), it was excellent!

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