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230-Calorie Slow-Cooker Blueberry-Ginger Oat Cobbler. Ingredients. For the filling.

6 cups (800g) fresh (or frozen and thawed) blueberries. 2 tablespoons packed brown sugar. 1 1/2 tablespoons cornstarch. 1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger.

1 tablespoon lime juice. 1 teaspoon lime zest. Whisk together 1 cup flour, 2 tablespoons sugar, baking powder and cinnamon. In another bowl, whisk together egg, milk and oil; add to dry ingredients, stirring just until moistened (batter will be thick).

Spread onto bottom of a 5-qt. slow cooker. If your slow cooker is older or hard to clean, use a slow cooker liner. Otherwise, measure the blueberries into the slow cooker.

In a small bowl, stir to combine the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, cornstarch, and cinnamon. Pour this evenly over the blueberries. Drizzle the melted butter evenly over the dry cake. 230-Calorie Slow-Cooker Blueberry-Ginger Oat Cobbler. by Christine Byrne September 9, 2018.

3.5/5 (4) This easy cobbler is a great way to use up any fresh, in-season blueberries you have but frozen blueberries are also a perfectly fine option. It’s very low in added sugar for a dessert — with. You might not think of cobbler as heavy, but the typical topping contains ingredients like full-fat sour cream and whipping cream. Our switch to fat-free sour cream is undetectable (except in the nutritional profile). The new cobbler has just half the fat of the classic recipe but maintains great buttery flavor in the topping.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a medium bowl mix blueberries, minced ginger, and a pinch of salt. Toss and place in 8×8 glass pan. In a small bowl add regular oats, white whole wheat.

Best-Ever Blueberry Cobbler “Perfect in every way. Neither too runny nor too thick; just right. The cake-like topping is buttery rich with an almost crackly, flaky exterior. Excellent recipe!” – naples34102.

Mennonite Blueberry Cobbler “Our new family favorite cobbler. Not overly sweet, and very easy to make, just how we like it!”. An easy Blueberry Cobbler recipe made with fresh or frozen blueberries and basic pantry ingredients..

This blueberry cobbler recipe was born out of my love for warm, comfort-food desserts made with fresh fruit. My peach cobbler recipe is one of the most loved recipes on the site, and this Triple Berry Crisp is. In another medium bowl, combine oats, chopped almonds, brown sugar, and cinnamon.

In a small bowl, melt the butter. Add the butter to the oats and stir. Cover the berries with the oat topping and spread around. Bake at 375 for about 25-30 minutes, or until lightly browned on the top.

Serve with vanilla ice cream!Spray the inside of a 6-quart crock pot with cooking spray. Layer the blueberries on the bottom of the crock pot. Stir in sugar, lemon zest and lemon juice; set aside.

In a mixing bowl, combine oats, light brown sugar, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg and salt.

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Do not substitute instant or quick oats in this recipe.

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Stir together the flour, oats, sugar, baking powder, salt, and ¾ cup of the blueberries in a medium bowl.

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  • This past Thanksgiving I made a cockpot apple crumble. I had to use a cockpot because a piece of my oven was missing. So I was able to make a crockpot apple crumble!!! YAY!! Haha I marinated the chopped apples in apple cider, apple butter, various spices like all spice, nutmeg, and cinnamon. I love how you just tho everything in the crockpot to let it cook instead of having to wait and what not. Everything is just so easy with the crockpot!!!

  • I’m going to make this recipe for thanksgiving (but I’m going to use vegan butter & double the recipe) I’ll let ya know how it turns out! Thanks for sharing!

  • It’s in pot and 2 hours from now we dig in thanks <3
    I doubled the recipe plus some to feed my family of 5 for hubby’s birthday.
    Hard feeding 3 men, a boy and myself:)
    Birthdays are for pigging out 

  • This looks so nice for a company dinner. All home-made, but easy and relaxing to serve. A bit of vanilla ice cream on top would be extra nice.

  • Great job April just relax and take a breath. You got this! Love the recipe BTW. I like how you try to make it approachable but still look good and delicious while still being healthy.

  • I am cooking this and now waiting two hours. Taking it to Wednesday night church. I will update with comments from the par takers.

  • There is only me and my husband. so I am going to try this recipe using two apples and Splenda and thick sugar free pancake syrup. Sounds just what we wanted to do with some apples we have. Thanks

  • So good foodjazz keep up the good work, btw check out my latest video again had deleted it by accident leave me some feedback thank you hope to collaborate in the future

  • This video was uploaded 6 years ago…..how did you do being a finalist in your crockpot cooking championship???
    BTW……great recipe…….can’t wait to try!!❤️������

  • Great looking desert April. This time of the year crips and cobblers always do taste so good. Thanks. I’ve been voting every day for you

  • I want to try this, but there are no ingredient amounts listed in yhe recipe and I don’t want to just guess! Please advise! Looks AWESOME though! Thanks

  • I’m gonna try this. I’m going through my mom’s old recipes who passed away. I’ll try this for the crockpot. I know you are going to think this is crazy, but there is this similar recipe that she says here in her book to use an iron skillet, lol. I think I will try your way with the crockpot.

  • Where’s all your views!? People are crazy not to watch this channel. I was thinking for a little extra JAZZ add a little flavored brandy or amaretto liqueur. It was suggested to me by a customer from work who said they even try a dash in their pancakes and French toast.