Keto Blackberry Cobbler
This is a really great tasting keto blackberry cobbler recipe! Recently, a friend gave my family a tray of blackberries, so I ended up making this keto blackberry cobbler. While I do enjoy eating blackberries, I often end up having to toss some of them out before I get a chance to eat them all. Well, I was determined not to let this happen this time. Therefore, I ended up using them all to make this keto blackberry cobbler. The cobbler turned out so good that I hope to buy some more blackberries and make this recipe again soon.
While this keto blackberry pie is delicious enough for the whole family to enjoy and not realize that it is a sugar-free dessert, it is especially made for people on a keto diet, low carb diet or diabetic diet to reverse type 2 diabetes. Many of you know that blackberries are one of the diabetic-friendly keto approved low carb fruits.
Blackberries are dark and juicy berries that contain small edible seeds. Since they are juicy, a typical keto blackberry cobbler recipe comes out much more watery than a traditional blackberry cobbler. However, that is not the case with this yummy keto blackberry cobbler! The filling came out sweet, tart, and gooey – exactly like a traditional blackberry cobbler.
The semi-buttery almond flour crust was delicious as well. I enjoyed my first serving with sugar-free whipped cream. However, I discover that it did not need any extra, this keto blackberry cobbler tasted good all by itself. So, let’s get to the recipe.
Keto Blackberry Cobbler
- Preheat Oven: 350.
- Place blackberries in a small mixing bowl.
- Then, add the remaining cobbler filling ingredients. Stir well and then distribute the blackberry cobbler mixture evenly in the baking dish. Set aside.
- Now add the almond flour, baking powder, cinnamon, and monk fruit to another small mixing bowl to make the cobbler. Stir until blended.
- Next, add the remaining wet ingredients to the cobbler crust and stir until a paste is formed.
- Now you can use a small spoon to scoop the cobbler dough across the top of the blackberry cobbler filling. You can use a spoon to level any high peaks. The cobbler crust should be about the same thickness (as seen in the middle picture) to ensure it cooks evenly.
- Place the baking dish in the oven. Let bake 20 -25 minutes until the crust is golden brown.
- Remove from the oven and let it cool somewhat before serving.
When you first remove this keto blackberry cobbler from the oven, it may appear to be a little watery at first (as a regular cobbler would be). However, the filling will become more delicious and gooey as the cobbler cools off. So, that is all there is to it. Please like, share, subscribe and comment below. Let me know how you enjoyed this keto blackberry cobbler recipe.