One of our testers came back with the comment that their cobbler was dry on top. Mixing the butter well into the dry ingredients is a very important part of avoiding this. Also, if you have time to let the mixed topping sit for awhile, either in the fridge or in the cooler, this can also help the ingredients meld together more. But if you’re short on time, the best way to avoid a dry topping is to sprinkle a couple of Tablespoons of water (2-3) on the top right before cooking.
Inspired by Annie’s Eats’ raspberry cobbler with dark chocolate biscuits.