The Best Low Carb Blackberry Cobbler
Welcome to the South! Nothing says summer comfort more than a nice scoop of ice cream atop a delicious and healthy low carb blackberry fruit cobbler.
I love The Food Network's recipe, but I wanted to make a healthy berry cobbler. This easy low carb dessert is the best! This blackberry cobbler is gluten-free, sugar-free, and made with almond flour.
Making a sweet cobbler "ketofied"
Being on a low-carb diet, I really miss traditional cakes and desserts.
Most sweet low-carb baked deserts are either too sweet or leave a bad aftertaste. I wanted to create a recipe for my family that was delicious and didn't taste like artificial sweetener or eggs.
This blackberry cobbler is even better than those with all the sugary carbs!
How do you make a blackberry cobbler without the carbs?
This low carb blackberry cobbler has a sweet base, unlike many of the other low-carb recipes out there. It's also a keto-friendly sweet cobbler!
First, add the powdered erythritol to the berries. Tip! Add a little at a time to determine your sweetness comfort level before adding the top layer.
A make-ahead almond flour cobbler for a low carb breakfast
This easy blackberry cobbler is not only low-carb, but can withstand a few days in the fridge (hello, sweet breakfast).
I usually pre-plan my meals on Sunday and make this for my week ahead.
Honestly, it doesn't even last me until Thursday and my breakfasts have been much improved by this delectable sweetness.
Need keto breakfast ideas that don't include eggs? I get it! I'm often tired of the same ol' eggs for breakfast day in and day out, so I'll eat my leftover cobbler for breakfast over the next few days.
Other keto dessert options
If blackberry isn't your jam, try:
- mixed berries
Low Carb Blackberry Cobbler
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place blackberries in a 4x6 baking dish, or similar size. Add powdered erythritol and smash with a fork.
- In a mixing bowl, melt butter in microwave for 40 seconds. Add granulated erythritol and vanilla extract. Mix well.
- Add two eggs, baking soda, and almond flour and mix well. Pour almond flour mixture over blackberries.
- Bake for 30 minutes. Remove when golden crust is golden. Serve with heavy whipped cream or carb friendly ice cream.
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