Served warm or cold, mounded with ice cream or drenched in cream, fruit cobblers are a favoritesummertime dessert, dear to any Southerner’s heart. With soft, jammy fruit and a short, crumbly crust topping, this classic cobbler hits all of our favorite notes.Blackberries are a popular choice for cobblers because they are a bit firmer than other berries and hold their shape when baked. They still give way to your spoon and release lots of juice that results in the signature pool of sweetness at the bottom of your bowl, though. Vanilla ice cream melts into the cobbler and combines with the fresh blackberry juices to create a winning dessert.This recipe is meant for hot days and summer potlucks. Follow up a main course of burgers and hot dogs with this impressive, yet simple fresh berry dessert. Cobbler is perfect for sharing– but be warned, it may get messy. Although the recipe calls for fresh blackberries, if they are not in season, you can substitute with frozen blackberries.