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A blueberry cobbler is typically made using 2 1/2 to 3 cups of fresh or frozen blueberries, combined with sugar, seasonings and milk. Instead of a traditional pie crust, a biscuit topping is added to the top or bottom of the fruit mixture, and the cobbler is baked until done.


The blueberry cobbler is a combination of a fruit native to American soil mixed with a topping born of the original settlers' ingenuity. A cobbler is a deep-dish fruit dessert topped with a biscuit crust that resembles golden cobblestones when baked.


So easy that even children can help make them, blueberry cheesecake bites are a combination of thawed frozen blueberries, light whipped topping, softened light cream cheese and a little sugar. Freeze the mixture in an ice cube tray, and pop them out to enjoy a low calorie treat.


To can peach cobbler, boil blanched peaches with spices and can them into jars. To serve peach cobbler, top canned peaches with a crumble topping and bake.


A good frozen blueberry pie recipe is the Food Network's frozen blueberry pie that calls for blueberries, tapioca flour, orange juice and store-bought pie crust. Another good recipe is no-bake frozen blueberry pie.


There are literally hundreds of different types of tools used by cobblers, but the main tools are the knife or scissors, the awl, the last and the hammer. Of course there are needles and threads, nails, and glue to join the parts together.


To make Food Network's Country Blueberry Pie using frozen berries, first thaw 3 cups of frozen blueberries, and rinse under cold water. Drain the berries in a colander while preparing the rest of the filling.


Paula Deen's recipe for blueberry cobbler uses frozen strawberries, blueberries and raspberries along with sugar, butter, flour, milk and cinnamon. The recipe is published on FoodNetwork.com.


An easy peach cobbler recipe from BettyCrocker.com uses canned peaches, sugar, Bisquick mix, milk and butter. Another easy recipe on FoodNetwork.com calls for canned peaches, self-rising flour, sugar, milk and butter.


Food.com provides an easy-to-follow recipe for apple cobbler. This recipe is highly rated and has many positive reviews from users who have tried it themselves.