This homemade berry cobbler is an easy recipe cooked in the pressure cooker to save time in the kitchen, and keep you from heating up the house during the summer! Using fresh or frozen blackberries this is an easy dessert to make with hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger in the fruit topping. An old fashioned southern cobbler that will be an instant hit for your family and guests!
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Combine all ingredients in the fruit topping category together in a small mixing bowl. Place in a greased PIP, or pot in pot pan, and sprinkle any remaining topping mixture over berries.
Combine on ingredients in batter group in a medium mixing bowl, and whisk together well. Whisk at least three minutes. Pour batter over prepared berries in pan.
Place in pressure cooker using the PIP carrier, set rack on top of bottom of carrier, and then the PIP pan with lid. Seal the pressure cooker. For fresh berries, cook on high pressure for 60 minutes followed by a 20 minute natural pressure release. For frozen berries, cook on high pressure 80 minutes followed by a 20 minute natural pressure release.
Serve immediately, or cover in refrigator for up to one week.