I cut the recipe in half, and made it in individual custard cups. The biscuit topping baked up nice and thick, and had a delicious flavor to it. My individual cobblers took about 40 minutes at the temperature recommended in the book.
I had some scraps, so added decorative hearts to the top of each cobbler.
The berry part of the cobbler was nice and juicy, and the biscuit topping soaked up all the berry goodness!
When I was finished, I took the remaining scraps, and rolled them out into a strip. I sprinkled cinnamon and sugar and raisins over the strip, and rolled it up like a cinnamon roll. The result was an absolutely delectable cinnamon biscuit. Butter and whipping cream make for good pastry!
Be sure to visit Tuesdays with Dorie and check out what everyone made!