Homemade Blueberry Cobbler in Mason Jars

Typically, I make my mom homemade blueberry pie for her birthday.  It’s her fav.  This year, I decided to surprise her with something a little different, but super yummy.  I whipped up individual blueberry cobblers and put them in small Mason jars.  I was on the phone with Chris Ann when I was making them, and she said, “Can you bake the cobbler in the glasses?”  I said, “We’ll find out.”  It did.  It worked great!  I think if you keep the lids to the Mason jars, after the cobblers cool, these babies would be an excellent LoveBomb treat for someone.

Blueberry Cobbler in Mason Jars Recipe 

Filling

1 quart + 1 cup fresh blueberries

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 cup light brown sugar

3 Tbls. cornstarch

1/2 tsp. cinnamon

1 tsp. cardamom

2 Tbls. blackberry sauce (I used Wendi from Bon Appetit Hon’s homemade sauce)

1/2 lemon, juiced

Topping

1 1/2 cups quick cooking oats

1 1/2 cups all purpose flour

1 cup light brown sugar

1 cup chopped pecans

6 Tbls. butter cut in small pieces

6 Tbls. butter, melted

Heat oven to 375 degrees F.

Toss together all the filling ingredients in a large bowl.

Mason Jar Blueberry Cobbler

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Mason Jar Blueberry Cobbler

Place in small Mason jars.

Mason Jar Blueberry Cobbler

In another bowl, mix together oats, flour, sugar and pecans.

Mason Jar Blueberry Cobbler

Put the 6 Tbls. of cut butter in mixture and cut in with a pastry cutter.  Then pour melted butter in and toss with a fork.

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Divide topping evenly among the Mason jars and put on top of blueberries.

Mason Jar Blueberry Cobbler

Bake for 20 minutes (I used my convection oven) or 30 minutes in regular oven.

Mason Jar Blueberry Cobbler

Top with homemade whip cream and enjoy!

 

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  1. Oh yes, cobble in jars is a great treat. I used the smaller 4 ounce jars when I experimented….more for portion control than anything.

  2. Oh heck, I just saw that you used my fruit sauce in these. Hells yes. Love the idea.

    • Are you kidding! I’ve eeked out every possible way to use your sauces! They are delicious…and some are gone. That Apricot…oh my!

  3. oh my deliciousness.

  4. These would also be great to sell at a bake sale. Hmmmm. . . I’ve got one coming up. . .

  5. This is inspired. I love blueberries and I LOVE mason jars 🙂

  6. Thank you so much for posting this! I am going to make these for my kiddos party tomorrow. How many 1/2 pint mason jars do you think this makes? Also, do you think I could make this ahead of time then cook them before the guests get here? Thank you!

  7. Do you think that frozen blueberries could work? and how might you adjust the recipe for that? I’m planning these for party favors for a party in February, fresh would be crazy expensive and not likely very tasty!

  8. Michelle S says:

    What is the self life of these? I’m having a backyard BBQ wedding reception and would LOVE to have single serve cobblers instead of a traditional cake.

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