If you like tart/sweet, this is perfect for you! This is a variation of the cherry cobbler I posted. This looks complicated but it is very easy. Just in time for raspberry season!
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Recipe Directions

COBBLER CRUMBLE

1. Place the nuts, coconut, zest, cinnamon, and salt in a food processor, fitted with the S-blade, and process until coarsely ground.

2. Add the raisins, and process until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Set aside.

FILLING

3. Take about 2 cups of the raspberries, and set aside in a large bowl.

4. Then place the rest of the berries along with the juice, dates, and agave in a blender and process until smooth. Pour into the bowl with the berries and stir.

ASSEMBLY

5. Sprinkle 1/2 of the cobbler crumble ingredients into an 8-inch square glass baking dish.

6. Press down to make a crust.

7. Spread the raspberry filling on top.

8. Sprinkle the remaining cobbler crumble on top of the berry filling.

9. Serve at room temperature, or warm in a dehydrator for up to an hour at 130 F for extra deliciousness.

Bitt's Thoughts

By bitt

If you like tart/sweet, this is perfect for you!

This is a variation of the cherry cobbler I posted.

This looks complicated but it is very easy.

Just in time for raspberry season!

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Ooh, yummy! We just started getting raspberries from our bushes - this sounds GOOD!

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no water needed! just the lime juice.

the filling is thick enough, i either chill it for awhile or dehydrate it so it jells a bit more.

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sorry i fixed it. it did say water instead of lime juice. that's what happens when you change recipes a lot i guess.

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sorry i fixed it. it did say water instead of lime juice. that's what happens when you change recipes a lot i guess.

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no water needed! just the lime juice.

the filling is thick enough, i either chill it for awhile or dehydrate it so it jells a bit more.

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great combination. I love my blueberry one, but this would be a great change. Does the filling get thick enough? I usually have to add psyllium.

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Hey Bitt, how much water??? I'm in a hurry to make this as I have berries waiting to be used!!! Can't wait to try this one!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

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THAT SOUNDS AWESOME

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Ooh, yummy! We just started getting raspberries from our bushes - this sounds GOOD!

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