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Paleo Blackberry Cobbler in Mug

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Last Updated on November 29, 2020

paleo cobbler in a mug

What’s a girl to do when it’s hot as molten lava outside and my sweet tooth goes on a rampage? Break down and make Paleo Blackberry Cobbler in a Mug, that’s what.

Ok, I know. It’s made in the microwave but I’ve included directions for how to do it in your oven.  You could easily swap out blackberries for your berry of choice and have no issues.  You will want to adjust the cook time if you use fresh berries.

I didn’t include sugar in the filling because I knew I was going to top it with ice cream.

paleo cobbler in a mug
Yield: 1

Paleo Blackberry Cobbler in Mug

Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 6 minutes



  • 1/2 cup Superfine Blanched Almond Flour
  • 3 tablespoons palm shortening, or butter at room temperature
  • 1 tablespoon B grade maple syrup
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


  • 1/2 cup frozen blackberries


  1. Place the blackberries on the bottom of the mug (It's better if you use a ramekin since it's flat and wide) .
  2. In a small bowl add the toppping ingredients and mix until you have a dough (It will be really thick and sticky). With a spoon place the topping on the frozen berries.
  3. Place the mixture in the microwave and cook for 2 1/2 minutes.
  4. You can also put this in the oven at 350 degrees for 8 to 13 mintues.

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paleo cobbler in a mug

sharon g

Tuesday 12th of February 2019

Delicious! Love this so much; it is so quick and easy. I have made it a few times with blackberries and will do cherries next, then everything else I can think of. Thanks!

Kelly Bejelly

Tuesday 26th of February 2019

Glad you enjoyed it Sharon!


Saturday 22nd of September 2018

This recipe does not work at all. I tried it & it was a mess! Total waste of great ingredients.

Kelly Bejelly

Tuesday 27th of November 2018

Sorry it didn't work for you Teresa!

M.K. Crocker

Saturday 9th of September 2017

Is 1/2 tsp. of sea salt the correct measurement? Seems like a lot!

Kelly Bejelly

Thursday 14th of September 2017

you can use 1/4" tsp hun!


Friday 30th of June 2017

We just tried this with fresh (really juicy) peaches. We did not add anything to the peaches, just diced them and placed them on the bottom (and scraped in all the juice from the cutting board, too). Worked like a charm! Thanks for the base recipe :)

Kelsey Morkem

Monday 6th of February 2017

Can you use coconut oil instead of the palm shortening or butter?

Kelly Bejelly

Tuesday 7th of February 2017

yes you can Kelsey

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