I was lucky enough to grow up in a time that we actually played outside in the summer . We went out early in the mornings on our bikes looking for adventures. Our subdivision wasn’t completely developed in the 70’s and there were patches of woods. In these woods we would build club houses and play for hours. The best part was the random blackberry patches in small clearings . With plastic cool whip containers in hand we would pick berries until our fingers were blue. . Now, luckily these berries are easily accessible at local super markets and no foraging required . This Easy Blackberry Cobbler comes together quickly and you will never make it another way! The best thing is if blackberries are not available you can totally make this with frozen berries. If you love to cook with the fruits of summer check out this Fresh Peach Pie.
This is a super easy recipe and if you cook you will most likely have everything on hand to make this summer cobbler . If not a few of these things are easily bought at amazon or even your local Wal-Mart or Target.
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Things you will need to make this Easy Blackberry Cobbler :
- Mixing bowls
- 2-3 Quart baking dish
- Rubber spatula
- Blackberries -of course lol
Frequently asked Questions :
- Do you have to use Bisquick? It does not have to be the brand but it has to be similar . A store brand baking mix will work.
- Fresh or frozen berries can be used for this recipe I just recommend letting the berries mostly thaw before baking.
- All ovens are different . Check this after 50 minutes if the top is not golden brown or the center isn’t firm let it bake longer . Check it after 5 minutes . Do not bake over 60 minutes
Let’s make this yummy cobbler !
This Easy Blackberry Cobbler so simple to make ! Start by tossing blackberries with a 1/2 a cup of sugar and set aside.
In a separate bowl beat together 1 1/4 cup Bisquick, 1/4 cup sugar, and 3/4 cup milk.
Melt a stick of butter in a 2 quart baking dish.
Pour cobbler mix on top of the butter, Do Not mix.
Top the mixture with the sugared blackberries.
Bake for 50-60 Minutes and magically the crust rises around the blackberries.
Serve warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream
If you like this recipe you will love these:
Easy Blackberry Cobbler
- 3-4 cups blackberries
- 3/4 cup granulated sugar-divided
- 1 stick butter
- 1 1/4 bisquick
- 3/4 cup milk
- Place blackberries in a bowl and toss them with a 1/2 cup of sugar , allow them to sit for 20-30 minutes
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- Melt 1 stick of butter in a 2 -3 quart baking dish
- In a seperate bowl mix 1 1/4 cup of bisquick , 1/4 cup sugar and milk
- Pour bisquick mixture over the butter , do not mix
- Place the blackberries along with the sugar on top of this mixture
- Bake in a preheated at 350 degrees oven for 50-60 minutes
- Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream
Believe it or not, I’ve never even tried a blackberry cobbler, which just seems wrong. I just bookmarked your recipe and will be making it with this season’s fresh blackberries. Thanks so much for the great idea!
It is a must try..Any berry that is in season would be good in this.
Like you, my 3 siblings and I grew up outside 99% of the time. We had a large property and also spent our time building tree forts or just messing around in the woods. All along the property line we had blackberry bushes running rampant, so we used to spend hours picking them and our mom would make us blackberry crumble and jam! I’m looking forward to making this recipe this year once the blackberries are ripe 🙂
What a great memory !! Yes , blackerries bring back memories of my childhood.
Oh i just adore blackberries, and what a great way to utilise them! Such a stunning summer treat!
Thanks Carrie..I adore blackberries also and this just screams summer to me.
It was so exciting to read about your memories. Great to hear about the club houses in the woods – it does bring up so many great memories in my mind, too. Fantastic recipe by the way – absolute yum! 😉
Thank You Danielle !!
I have two pints of blackberries in the fridge and friends coming to visit this weekend – can you guess what I’m making?!??! Definitely this cobbler. It looks amazing. Thanks for sharing!
I hope you and your friends enjoy Olivia !!
I had to laugh at your story. I asked Hubby if he ever went blackberry picking for his mom when he was young. His answer was a lot like yours. He ate them all. LOL! I love rustic desserts like cobblers. They really compliment the berries. Your cobbler certainly is making me mouth water. I’m going to have to check out the Farmer’s Market for the blackberries. I’d love to surprise Hubby with the dessert.
HAHA!! I’m glad I wasn’t the only one that ate them all. Thanks for your kind wors Marisa!!
Someone gave me a scone mix as a gift. Do you think I could use that in this recipe?
Hi Cathleen..For best results I recommend following the recipe and using a baking mix like bisquick. I am not familiar with what is in the scone mix so I honestly couldn’t recommend using it.
Blackberries are so underrated, but they make incredible fruit desserts. Your cobbler looks mouthwatering!
I love fruit cobblers but never tried with blackberry. I must give this recipe a try asap. Looks absolutely delicious. My family will love this too. Saved.
I love this type of dessert for summer parties. So easy and always tasty!!
I love all kinds of fruit cobbler but blueberry always takes the cake (cobbler). This looks so great ! I almost wish i was by a campfire eating it
Oh my goodness, this looks amazing! We often go blackberry picking in the summer so I’ll have to tuck this recipe away for later.
I came across your recipe and my mom who’s 90 yrs old loves Blackberries. It’s winter but I purchased 2 pints of Blackberries at the store and will be making this for her for Christmas! She loves personal homemade gifts and this should be a hit!
How Exciting ..I love that you found fresh blackberries in December. I hope you and your mom enjoy this !!
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So simple but that results are so delicious! Served it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon which elevated it to a new level. My entire family loved it!
I’m so glad you and your family enjoyed it . This is really the perfect cobbler this time of year.
Thanks for showing the steps in the recipe. Can’t wait to make this for the fourth. Reminds me of the holiday at my grandparent’s.
You’re Welcome Becky!! I hope you enjoy this cobbler .
I have made this twice now as hubby brings in a colander of berries,, easy peasy without a lot of fuss changing the blackberry flavor. 5 stars! Thanks for sharing! Kimberly
Thanks Kimberly for the feedback. This is one of my favorite summer recipes , I am so glad you have enjoyed it as well.
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Hi Rich , you can click the jump to recipe . There are no ads on the recipe card .
I am just finishing a warm bowl of this delicious berry cobbler! How am I going to not have MORE! This recipe is a keeper and will be a staple in my kitchen. I used frozen blueberries and frozen mixed berries. (I baked it 55 min), I used mostly diet sugar (just about 1/4 cp of real sugar), and otherwise followed recipe exactly. WOW!