You should definitely cook this ! {apple blackberry cobbler}

this super easy cobbler is a big hit around here.

it’s just three basic ingredients-fruit, a box of white cake mix and a stick of butter.

i’ve seen similar recipes–i just changed mine slightly!

1. i use an apple peeler/corer/slicer and cut up about 5 apples.

2. sprinkle cinnamon over apples

3. i used frozen blackberries (2 packages)

4. cover with one box of dry, white cake mix

5. slice up one cube of butter and place over the top

6. bake at 350* for about 45 minutes or until golden brown.

what’s your favorite winter dessert?


  1. Yummy! Thanks for sharing this Lisa. I needed a quick dessert and wanted something fruity and warm. This was so quick to put together and so delicious!

  2. I tried this recipe and it was delicious!!
    I have made it twice in the last week for different gatherings…it is quick and easy and homemade!!

  3. Sweet Lisa, Happy Thanksgiving, I am so thrilled your son is doing much better. I wish for you all to have a awesome smoking Thanksgiving , I know i am so thankful for so many things. Much love and Joy and health for you all and yours. I love your jewls and hope to be able to bet a few some day. I know what its like to have sick family members esp children so my prayers are always with you and your Children esp your son. God loves him and will heal him i have faith in that and that is one of my wishes this year for your son. Thank you for the great recipe. I now live in Henderson Nv i am from Newport Beach Ca and Westwood Village miss that place love and blessings Cheyenne and family from Henderson Nv love to your kiddos too

  4. hmmm now that’s a tough question! We don’t eat a lot of desserts but I have to say I love apple crumble which has a spicy oaty buttery crumb on the top with brown sugar in it. YUMMMMMMMMMM. Oooh and whipped cream too! Hugs

  5. Pumpkin cream pie with whiskey cream but you know the best part? I’m making it today wearing my brand, spankin’ new Lisa Leonard necklace that I got for my birthday! I’ve been wanting this necklace for so long!

  6. Can’t wait to try it! Thx for sharing your recipe! My favorite winter dessert: Snowball No bake cookies. 2 cups graham cracker crumbs mixed with one small can of sweetened condensed milk. Get your muscles out and mix (serious muscles required) and add 2 cups of chocolate chips and mix again. Then make teaspoon sized balls and roll in sweetened coconut flakes and refridgerate. That’s it! Optional: mix in almond pieces. Tastes like an Almond Joy. SO YUMMY and easy, and a family favorite!

  7. Looks delicious and super easy (always a plus!). Thanks for sharing. I’m definitely going to add this to my dessert menu.

  8. favorite recipe this time of year would be pumpkin roll it is real yummy !! I ‘ve been making it for 30years and it’s still a family favorite…

    🙂 My favorite dessert…hmmmm, I really don’t discriminate when it comes to sweets, so….I adore cheesecake (all year round), crisps, cobblers, & once in awhile my kids & I make cupcakes.

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Lisa & family! 🙂

  10. this looks delicious! and super easy! big wins in my book (: i’m attempting red velvet cupcakes with a cream cheese frosting this thanksgiving! yum!

  11. Those are yummy and easy. My mom calls it a dump cake (I guess because you just dump everything in the pan!).
    Happy Thanksgiving!

  12. I love when you pass along a recipe. One of my favorites
    that I got from your website was chicken chili with northern white beans. Thanks Lisa.

  13. I love baked apples. Just cut a hole through the apple, fill with a little butter, brown sugar, rasins and almond flakes. Bake it until the apple is soft and enjoy with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

  14. This looks incredible! I have been baking all things pumpkin lately, but I will definitely need to try this in December.

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