Wednesday, July 16, 2008

HMMMMMM... Blackberry Pudding!!!


Two cups fresh blackberries...

Cream margarine and sugar

Add milk and flour, salt, and baking powder - mix well...

Pour into a buttered 3 quart casserole

Layer blackberries on top

Boiling water and sugar - drizzle over berries

Bake until golden brown.... YUMMY - OH.. so good.


ANOTHER FARM TO TABLE FAVORITE!

These delicious berries were delivered to my backdoor by my father-n-law today. He's always thinking of us and bringing us delicious goodies. So I pondered "what shall I do with these beautiful blackberries - will I make jelly, a cobbler, or maybe try something different?" So I flipped though a couple of cookbooks and found this recipe for blackberry pudding - sounded DEEELISH!!! so I gave it a try. Well, just so you know - it was SOOOOOOO good and honestly, it's a lot like cobbler just with a slight difference. You must try it - add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you'll have the perfect summertime dessert!

Here's all the "must knows" and "how tos"...

1/3 cup margarine
2 cups sugar
1 cup milk
2 cups flour, sifted
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 cups blackberries

Cream the margarine and 1 cup of the sugar in a mixing bowl until light and fluffy. Add the milk and a mixture of the flour, salt and baking powder, mix well. Pour into a buttered 3-quart baking pan. Layer the blackberries over the top. Drizzle a mixture of 2 cups boiling water and the remaining 1 cup sugar over the blackberries. Bake at 350 degrees for about 50 minutes or until top is golden brown. Yield: at least 12 servings.

Enjoy!
Cathy Cobblestone

10 comments:

This Country Girl said...

Cathy,

That sounds yummy! I recently made a blackberry cobbler and I sure hope I can get some more blackberries to give this a try! We loved the cobbler and this pudding sounds just as good!

I'm answering your tag tomorrow...if you want to stop in to see!

~ Tammy ~

This Country Girl said...

Hey Cathy,

I answered your tag questions today! Just wanted to let you know!

Have a great day!
Tammy

Look Beyond The Picket Fence said...

I have got to get going on making all the recipes that I want to make. I have saved quite a few from my blog visits! Ah, a journal with all my favorite recipes! Yea, I need another idea..hehehe...
Blackberry Pudding...who knew?
Right now I am eating fresh string beans and onions with a touch of balsamic glaze. YUM.
denise

Cathy Cobblestone said...

Denise, if you ever get around to that recipe journal - I'd buy one from ya!!!!! I know if you added your touch to it - it would be adorable and useful!!! Let me know if that is a project you ever get done!!! Cathy

Jean said...

Cathy , the recipe sound yummy. Your little vignette is great as usual. Love the birdhouse and pillow and the boots. It is probably a good thing you are not in my town because I would go broke buying all your cute things. Thanks again for everything, and have a great evening,
Jean in Virginia

Farmchick said...

MMMMMM looks totally delish! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment too! I love making new friends and getting comments! Come back and visit me again....I just posted pictures of some of our crops on our farm! I noticed as I went through your blog that I have a few similar things around here such as the hose wreath and a trike with a basket of flowers!

Tania

Deb said...

Blackberry Pudding sounds delicious ~ especially made with "delivered to your door " berries. I'll copy down your recipe and make this :-} Thanks Cathy.

tumbleweed said...

Every recipe book should contain step by step pictures! I would want to make it all, so much more appealing then words-yummy looking post!
Blessins'
Shayne Louree

Katy said...

That looks fantastic...and i don't even like blackberries!!! LOL

Dena ~ swaddlecottage said...

Oh my mouth is watering! I can almost smell that from here :) Yummmmmm!!!!!



Dena