Blueberry Barley Cobbler (Bite This)

Blueberry Barley Cobble Blueberry Barley Cobbler (Bite This)

One of the many amazing gifts, my BF gave me this year was a beautiful Wolfgang Flour Mill. I know. He did real real good. :) So I have been experimenting a little with all the grains I love. In they go and out comes some lovely flour. You have to get one of these! It turns out, fresh milled flour really is better.

For this recipe I found a bag of heirloom purple barley and milled it into a fine flour. Then I found a bag of frozen organic blueberries and thought to myself, how beautiful the two would look together. You can alway substitute another whole grain flour if you don’t have barley on hand and of course, you don’t need to mill the flour yourself. Either way, this cobbler is subtly sweet and seemed to get better with the passing days in the fridge.

Now go out and get a mill! They are more fun than…. well, you get what I mean. Oh and they save you a small fortune if your a power flour user like me.

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For the Blueberry Barley Cobbler

1/3 cup coconut butter

1 cup maple or coconut palm sugar

1 cup barley flour

1 1/2 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp sea salt

1 cup homemade almond milk

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 TB fresh lemon juice

2 cups fresh or frozen organic blueberries

Instructions
1. Preheat oven to 350.

Sprinkle coconut butter around baking dish and place in oven until melted.


2. Mix together dry ingredients then stir in almond milk, lemon juice and vanilla.
3. Pour batter into melted butter and scatter fruit over top.


4. Bake uncovered for 50 minutes.

  • Mark Gailmor

    Don’t need to buy a Wolfgang Puck mill that’s made in China. I can use my Ktec Champ HP3, which was made in the USA and is made by blendtec. Oh, and just in case you aren’t aware, Blendtec are the folks that are famous for some of the best flour mills in the world and they’ve been making them for a long long time.

  • http://gliving.com V Blak

    I believe the Wolfgang Mill is designed and made in Germany. http://www.amazon.com/Wolfgang-KM-001-TRIBEST-WOLFGANG-GRAIN/dp/B001DZ6TGA

    And its beautiful. Made from solid Beech treated with Natural Vegetable oils. I like Blendtec blenders, but I wouldn’t call them beautiful. Plus the blendtec is just plastic. Not exactly the same thing. The wolfgang is something you can hand down to your kids.

    The German-engineered and German-made Wolfgang Grain Mill has an ultra hard ceramic and corundum millstone that makes fast work of even the toughest grains. Powered by an industrial-strength motor, it will provide maximum service to you and your loved ones for many years to come. During the grinding procedure, you can turn the funnel in each direction so that the flour gets finer or coarser. The Wolfgang Grain Mill has a low profile that fits easily into any kitchen yet its larger-than-life performance rivals that of even its largest competitors. The Wolfgang flour mill effortlessly transforms 3.5 ounces of grain into the fresh flour every minute. This Mill is manufactured by KoMo but marketed in the US as a Wolfgang Grain Mill.

  • http://gliving.com V Blak

    Okay, I just did some reading on the ktec… Definitely not the same thing as the wolfgang mill. Reviewers say its LOUD, plastic clip break and produces flour dust in the room. The wolfgang is fairly quite, made of wood (no clips) and zero dust. Plus it is self cleaning.

  • http://gliving.com V Blak

    Okay, I just did some reading on the ktec… Definitely not the same thing as the wolfgang mill. Reviewers say its LOUD, plastic clip break and produces flour dust in the room. The wolfgang is fairly quite, made of wood (no clips) and zero dust. Plus it is self cleaning.

  • Katzkool13

    Where does one get maple/palm sugar and coconut butter(although I have seen recipes to make it). I’m a college kid, and I don’t the time to prepare some ingredients or anyplace to put some of them. Although, I do have an oven in the lobby, so I can make this. What can I sub for these?

  • Aria

    You can usually easily find maple sugar and coconut butter at your local health food store BUT u can always sub brown sugar and a vegan shortening/ butter for the coconut butter or regular (organic) butter if you are not a vegan…



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