Fresh Strawberry Cobbler

Strawberry season is here!!!! Ok maybe I’m almost a little bit late here in NC but either way now is the time to take advantage of all those fresh, juicy, sweet strawberries that are on sale. My husband got me a big container full of strawberries and immediately I started thinking about ways to use them. We ate our fair share of fresh strawberries, made a quick berry salad, froze some for smoothies and now it’s fresh  strawberry cobbler time!!

fresh strawberry cobbler recipe

Cobblers are the best desserts ever.  That golden, crisp top layer, the fluffy underside and then that sweet, gooey fruit.  Never had a cobbler? If you like fluffy strawberry muffins fresh from the oven then you are gonna love this strawberry cobbler. I mean, essentially that’s kinda what cobbler is only better. Once I get my hands on a some fresh berries I normally always make a cobbler, it’s been a long time since I’ve had a strawberry cobbler though so I was super excited.


fresh strawberry cobbler recipe
OMG that crust is heaven. Pure heaven I tell ya!

You gotta love the fact that they are so easy to throw together. I usually always have the ingredients on hand to whip up a cobbler for dessert. Coupled with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and everyone is happy.

fresh strawberry cobbler recipe

I always remember to double the crust mixture when it’s too late. That crust part is the best part of the cobbler  in my house.

Watch me make this fresh strawberry cobbler from start to finish!

4.8 from 29 reviews
Fresh Strawberry Cobbler
Recipe type: dessert
  • 3 cups fresh strawberries, diced
  • ½-3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 1 cup milk
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 stick butter, melted
  1. Preheat oven to 375.
  2. In a medium bowl, add strawberries and ¾ cup sugar.
  3. Stir to coat strawberries in sugar and set aside.
  4. In a large bowl whisk together flour, baking powder, salt and sugar.
  5. Add in milk, vanilla extract and melted butter.
  6. Stir until combined. A few lumps are ok.
  7. Grease a 9-inch casserole dish.
  8. Pour batter evenly into dish.
  9. Spoon strawberries evenly on top of batter. Do NOT stir.
  10. Baked for 35-40 minutes or until golden.
  11. Serve warm or cold.
Even though the strawberries were already sweet I was glad I added in the full amount of sugar. Strawberries can have a slightly bitter taste so it was perfect. ~TIPS~ Any kind of berry can be used. Be careful not to over stir batter too much. A few lumps is best. Feel free to cut down on the sugar.



  1. James says

    Oh my god… so much sugar… but then my strawberries and blueberries were nice and sweet to start with. I’d use a good deal less sugar in the fruit next time – let the flavor shine through!

  2. Sue says

    I watched your demo and you said baking soda instead of baking powder which is listed in the recipe I printed. Can’t wait to make this cobbler but want to put in the right ingredients. I’m confused. Looks so good!

  3. Bettina says

    The best cobbler, mixed blueberries w/ the strawberries, my son loved it made it yesterday and it’s almost gone, he wants it again but wants to try peaches, the crust is outstanding!!! Warm it with vanilla bean ice cream wow!!!!

  4. Jody says

    Mine didn’t turn out I ended up with soup. The only thing I can think of is that I used a 2 qt casserole dish. Don’t know why i didn’t use the 9″ as instructed (duh moment) anyway. Baked for 1 hr 45 min before I gave up. Top was hard like bark but still strawberry soup underneath and I still ate some and it was good ☺️

  5. Crystal says

    Had some strawberries I had to use up and googled some recipies. Yours came up and I decided it was worth a try. My family is in LOVE!!! The husband and kids beg me to make it any time there are strawberries in the fridge! Definitely one I am adding to my cookbook!

  6. says

    I opened my fridge and found 2 full baskets of fresh strawberries, so I decided to make cobbler :). I decided to google a recipe and choose the first one I will find and it was yours. Read the ingredients, OK, I have no enough milk, no enough butter, and the recipe asks for too much sugar. Any way, I decided to continue with whatever I have. For the sugar on the strawberries I put 1/2 cup only. For the milk, I add more whipping cream to measure one cup ( I think it was 1/2 cup milk), and only 3/4 stick butter. Also, because I was in a hurry, I put the strawberries in the pan then add the butter. OH MY GOD. I hope I can send you the picture and a sample to try. Amazing. If it is amazing with all these alternatives, sure it would have been more delicious. Thanks for the easy, quick and amazing recipe.

  7. Kaye Kay says

    OH MY WORD!! This was extremely good and, the crust is to die for. I made it on a Thursday; it was gone by Saturday, so then I just had to make it again Monday. This is too good not to keep around! It pairs wonderfully with homemade vanilla bean ice cream. Thanks for this wonderful dessert recipe, Monique. Truly delicious.

    • says

      Yes the cobbler will come out the same! In the video Monique (DivasCanCook) said she used almond milk. Hope everything turns out alright! :)

    • Liza says

      Depending on how big the servings at least eight. I made it two days ago and it was amazing! Have another one in the oven right now.

  8. Shivaughni says

    I made this today and I just have to say, It tasted amazing. It was very simple and easy to make. I’ll definitely be making this again! Thank you!

  9. Michele Hatcher says

    Its in the oven now. My husband said he wanted this for Fathers Day.. I did have to double the batter because my pan (9×13) was too large. I cant wait to see how it turns out!! Easy to make

  10. nikki says

    I just made this, omgoodness it is the easiest and best tasting cobbler ever!! Yum yum yum. Thanks ever so much for the recipe!!

  11. Yolanda says

    Hi monique ! I have made this cobbler 3 times and it is delectable ! Its moist juicy and a balanced sweetness…. Monique, I want to make this cobbler for memorial day cookout but wanted to know can I double the recipe..if so will it just be adding the same amount X2? Please let me know ! Thanks !

    • says

      I’m pretty sure you can use any other fruit besides strawberries. Don’t limit yourself to just strawberries! If blackberries is all you have then go ahead and use them! Cobblers can be very diverse. I’ve made this recipe with peaches, pears, raspberries, and more! Goodluck!

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