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I used this as the basis for my cobbler recipe and it turned out so good! I have a TON of berries to use so I used 4 cups of berries total instead of 3.

It's important to note that your sugar varies with the sweetness of the berries. My blueberries were really sweet, but my blackberries are super tart so I added a bit more sugar.

I also used 2 additional cups of milk instead of the fruit juice....this is too good to taint it with high fructose corn syrup! I just made sure it was sweet enough for my taste using raw sugar and agave nectar.

I've been pouring milk or plain yogurt over mine and eating it for breakfast (and sometimes dessert!) and have really been enjoying it. I am probably going to make it again this weekend and freeze it in portions.
 

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I'm trying a new method where you mix the flour with yogurt the day before you make it. The lacto-fermentation process is supposed to replace using baking powders. I mixed it last night so I will make the cobbler tonight. I'll let you guys know how it turns out! My blueberries smelled like they could be going bad when I opened them up this morning...I need to use them up and freeze the rest pronto!
 
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