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Mixed Berry Cobbler Recipe

Mixed Berry Cobbler Recipe

I am NOT a summer girl. I don’t take well to heat at all. It makes me mean, irritable and frustrated. Therefore I haven’t looked forward to summer since I was in high school, but right now…I LOVE IT!!

Why? Because I’m on a berry kick and luckily they are EVERYWHERE! Blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, blueberries..ahhhh. Big, beautiful, plump, juicy berries just beckoning to be made into something yummy.  And who am I do deny myself from enjoying God’s bounty? Bring on those recipes for berry cobblers, pies, pancakes, jams, and whatever else I can think of!! Everything gets a berry twist and I’ve even loaded up my freezer with bags of fresh berries to enjoy in the fall and winter months.
I can sit and eat a bowl of mixed berries sprinkled with sugar and be just as content as can be, but give me a rustic, old fashioned mixed berry cobbler  or any cobbler really, with a side of frozen cool whip and I’m on cloud nine.
This mixed berry cobbler recipe works with frozen berries just as well as fresh berries. A perfect way to use up some of those super ripe berries and is an enjoyable end to a light summer dinner.
Mixed Berry Cobbler
Fast. Easy. Homemade. 



Watch me make this easy, fresh, homemade mixed berry cobbler recipe from start to finish!

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Mixed Berry Cobbler Recipe
  • 3 cups of fresh mixed berries (frozen berries are okay if thawed)
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • 1 cup flour
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 stick of butter, melted
  1. Preheat Oven to 375
  2. Add mixed berries to a bowl and then add in ¾ cup sugar. Stir and let sit until juices form (about 10-15 minutes) Set aside;
  3. In a bowl, add in flour, sugar, baking powder, & salt. Step 3.) Add milk. Give it a stir to combine all ingredients.
  4. Stir in the melted butter.
  5. Grease a 9 x 9 inch square pan with butter
  6. Pour batter into the pan.
  7. Drop the blackberries right on top of the batter. Don't worry about doing this pretty or trying to get all the dough covered up.
  8. Bake for 35-45 minutes or until crust is golden. Let cool for at least 10 minutes.


  1. Added vanilla to the recipe, this is the best cobbler recipe I have ever made.

  2. This was easy peezy to make. It was a hit with the fam. Tried it using a can of peaches with juice. Yumm-ay!!

  3. how much is 1 stick of butter =s

  4. hi i think this is lovely… is this 375 F or Celsius? ill try to make this thanks

  5. oh yea! i ate the whole pan by myself….LOL

  6. i made this for july 4, it was sooooooooooooooooo good. THANKS FOR THE RECIPE

  7. hey there..i followed your recipe..but it couldn’t set..it turned out runny..what did i do wrong??please help me :(

  8. Girl!! I tried this yesterday, this was so GOOD! I am a good cook, but horrible baker- so I already went in discouraged about trying this recipe.

    It smelled great out of the oven and immediately my five year old wanted to know what I was doing. He and his one year old brother tore this up- I have nothing yet. I am going to make this as dessert next week as well! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  9. Can you substitute almond flour instead of using white flour?

  10. Mmmm love berries and I love cobblers. I love apple cobbler it’s one of my favorites. I love all your recipes. Keep up the great work.

  11. I made this for Easter dinner and man was it a hit!! Everyone LOVED it. It was a good change from the usually dessert that we have! Thank Monique!! Will definitely be using this recioe again and again!

  12. All Purpose or Self-Rising Flour?

  13. I can't wait to try this – I know its like everything else she does – finger lickin good!

  14. I followed your recipe, and the cobbler tasted delicious! Thanks for sharing this!

  15. im going to try this

  16. Can you do a peach one just like this? Or is it better just with the berries?

  17. Monique, I bought my rhubarb and I am still wondering if I am going to do strawberry/Rhubarb or Peach/Rhubarb. I am leaning towards Peach just because it is different. I will take a photo and tweet it to you.


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