Welcome to the first day of 9 of guest posts here on my blog. I didn’t want to leave my blog a barren wasteland whilst I take some time out so a group of lovely bloggers offered to write a post and share some thoughts, recipes, ideas and crafts with you.
First, I’d like to welcome the very lovely Jenny from Let’s Talk Mommy.
Hi, I’m Jenny from Let’s Talk Mommy here to share with you one of my absolute favorite desserts from back home. I used huckleberries that were hand picked in my very own town by my own mother. We used to spend the
summers huckleberry pickin’ as a family, it was a great PastedGraphic-1activity to get us kids hiking and outdoors in fresh air. The reward of getting to eat them was even better when we returned home, purple fingers in tow. This recipe is
great as you can substitute the huckleberries out for other berries like blueberries or blackberries hence the name …
Pear-A-Berry Cobbler Recipe
As with all my recipes, they are fast and easy to make for the whole family to love and enjoy together. I am a mother of two young tots so I need recipes that are quick and easy. I really loved styling this recipe too as I get more into my food photography. The huckleberries really stand out against the wood and since we are living it up right now, in the American countryside, the wood ties in perfectly.
This dessert is full of sweet and savoury with the thyme in the batter. The pear and berries compliment each other perfectly, leaving your mouth with a lovely after taste. Another thing I love so much about this dessert is how much it fills the house with a gorgeous aroma of cobbler and cooked berries. There is nothing better than a house smelling of baked desserts.
You can serve this amazing dessert on a plate or if you are hosting a party serve it in a dessert pedestal dish with whip cream on top. It�s perfect to share with friends & family at a summer BBQ or host a dinner party and wow your guests with this American dish!
Why not ‘pin’ this recipe to Pinterest so you always have it on hand to refer to when you need a quick, easy, and family loving dessert to make. If you do try it, please let me know what you think? I always welcome suggestions to my food photography as well as my recipes so please leave a comment below!
Thank you to the amazing Victoria for having me as a guest blogger on her beautiful blog. I hope you have all enjoyed it! It is such an honour to share this family favourite with all of you while I am visiting home and being all sentimental about the memories I have made here as a child and huckleberry pickin’.