This is the easiest Keto Cobbler that you’ll ever bake! You basically toss everything into a bowl, mix, and then add it to your dish and bake. I like to add powdered monkfruit after I pull our cobbler out of the oven. The recipe doesn’t call for it, but I add it in as a bonus. The recipe can be made with blueberries or blackberries. I would honestly suggest blackberries simply because they are less expensive. It’s really that simple!
You can see all of the details below or watch my six year old, Jaxon help me make our cobbler on YouTube. You will notice he is not in the second half of the video. All I can say is… flight risk! We are trying to get more videos out there, so if you don’t mind – subscribe! We would really appreciate it! You can also follow us on Instagram or TikTok. For all social media platforms just simply type in @StrawberryTwinsLane!
Oh! And, don’t forget to tag us in your cobbler photos! We’d love to hear from you! My family eats this cobbler up so fast! They request it on a regular basis, and I love that it is sugar free. They do not even notice the lack of carbs and sugar. It really is that yummy. The video shows us using blueberries. I still suggest blackberries because they are cheaper. Jason’s mom had some frozen blueberries from a friends farm, so I went with the free alternative. Ha! If you prefer blueberries because they have less seeds, go for it! I have not tried this recipe with other fruits, but hope to soon! Maybe some peaches? Now, I am getting hungry! I hope y’all enjoy! It is time for me to each some cobbler.
9x9 nonstick dish (if you do not have a 9x9 non stick dish watch the YouTube video for tips.) Produce 3 cups Blackberries or Blueberries, fresh or frozen 1/4 cup sugar alternative and 1 tbsp to sprinkle over berries Bonus: Powdered Monkfruit Refrigerated 2 Eggs Baking & Spices 1/2 cup Almond flour 1 tsp Baking powder 1 tsp Vanilla Dairy 1/2 cup Butter
Easy Keto Cobbler Instructions
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees 2. Pour blackberries in 9×9 pan, sprinkle with the 1 Tbsp of sweetener and set aside 3. In a medium bowl, add softened butter 4. Add remaining ingredients to the same bowl of butter mixing well as you go. 5. When mixed well, pour mixture over your blackberries 6. Bake for approx. 30 minutes, depending on brownness you prefer of your crust. Bonus: Top with a sprinkle of powdered Monkfruit after your cobbler has cooked. Serves: 8 Calories: 186, Fat 16g, 6g net carbs, protein 3.5g