Keto blackberry cobbler is one of my favorite desserts, especially served warm with some whipped cream. Living in the south, I discovered blackberries and they have become my favorite fruit. The blackberry is not too sweet, not too tart, very juicy and considered a super food. It’s also low in carbs, making it the perfect fruit for keto friendly desserts.
There are two kinds of blackberries with many varieties.
Blackberries that grow wild on thorny bushes and are a bit hard to eat, and the thornless blackberries cultivated especially for markets and grocery stores.
The triple crown blackberry variety produces large fruits on vigorous plants with a delicious flavor and is just one of the types of thornless blackberries grown today. This is the kind you most likely purchase in the store or market.
Interesting Facts about Blackberries
- Blackberries are thought to have been around in North America, South America, Asia and Europe for over 30 million years. They do not grow native in Australia, but you can now find them there. However, you will not find a single blackberry in Antartica.
- Blackberries have been used for medicinal purposes by the Greeks and Romans, as well as for dyes.
- Early Christians associated blackberry juice with the blood of Christ and the thorny bushes with the crown of thorns.
- Blackberries also appear as ingredients for the occult, but I’d rather not think about that one.
Blackberries are a super food.
Blackberries are considered super healthy, as each little compartment is full of antioxidants, boasting brain health, oral health, high in Vitamin C, Vitamin K and Manganese.
Ingredients for Blackberry Cobbler
How to Make Keto Blackberry Cobbler
I really like to make cobbler in a cast iron pan, but you can use a cake dish. Make sure you mix all your dry ingredients together before adding to the pan. Beat eggs well. Add melted butter, sour cream and dry ingredients. Push the blackberries into the batter after the batter has been put in the pan.
More Blackberry Recipes from Spinach Tiger
- Salad with Blackberries, Fresh Corn
- Best Sugar Free Flourless Chocolate Cake (Low-Carb, Sugar Free)
- Honey Baked Goat Cheese Salad with Blackberry Lemon Vinaigrette
- Blackberry Mint Julep Recipe
- Whiskey Buttermilk Pie with Blackberry Compote
- Blackberry Cobbler in Mason Jars
Keto Blackberry Cobbler
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F, 180 C.
- Mix all dry ingredients together.
- Beat eggs for 3 minutes
- Stream in melted butter.
- Add vanilla. Add sour cream.
- Add dry ingredients just until mixed.
- Pour into prepared pan. I used a 12 inch cast iron pan. You can use a 9 inch cake pan.
- Push blackberries in the batter.
- Bake for approximately 30-35 minutes or until golden brown.
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