This easy blueberry cobbler–it’s so delicious, incredibly simple to make, and everyone raves over it! It’s my go-to dessert for busy days! You can make it with fresh or frozen berries too!
So after my grand blueberry picking adventure last week of course, I had to make something absolutely scrumptious with my blueberries!
I finally narrowed it down and decided on this easy blueberry cobbler recipe.
Making a summertime cobbler is not new to me. I grew up on my Gramma’s amazing lazy day peach cobbler. It’s sweet smell always signaled company coming over or a special end or kickoff to a season.
With memories of peach cobbler tingling in my brain I decided to convert this beloved family recipe into a BLUEBERRY COBBLER.
The cobbler recipe is just too good to leave it to just one fruit! So to make this amazing blueberry cobbler I used my mom and gramma’s recipe for peach cobbler but infused it with blueberries instead.
And a beautiful, delicious miracle was born.
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The lazy day blueberry cobbler is a thing of beauty, dotted with gorgeous blueberries and intertwined with delicious buttery batter!
Where can you find spots to pick blueberries?
I’d first off suggest using good ole google to find a spot to pick your own! You can also ask out on Facebook for recommendations from friends and family.
Blueberries are especially plentiful if you are lucky enough to live in one of these top producing blueberry states: California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon and Washington.
Love that we have lived in two of these states and can definitely agree that there are lots of spots to pick in Indiana and Michigan!
Can you use frozen blueberries in this cobbler?
Yes! You can use frozen blueberries in this easy cobbler recipe! Defrost them preferably overnight in the refrigerator or you can do it at room temperature or defrost them in the microwave.
Just be sure to place them in a bowl first! Otherwise you will have blueberry juice EVERYWHERE. I promise, it is not easy to clean up from your fridge or countertop!
Can I make this cobbler recipe with a different fruit?
I kind of have the corner on fruit creativity with this recipe, but I guess I’ll allow it. 😉 Yes, you absolutely can use a different fruit, especially a different berry like raspberry or blackberry or sweet cherry would be absolutely divine!
This easy blueberry cobbler whips up in just a few minutes and is a showstopper!
Seriously, people rave CONSTANTLY about it when I make it! It’s perfect to top off a summer evening with friends or a low key night hanging out with your family.
But I also love it’s buttery sweetness paired with a strong cup of coffee–either pairing is delicious! Or don’t pick between the two and just enjoy some coffee, cobbler and ice cream all together!
My best advice when eating this cobbler is to slow down and savor it fully!
Well, my mouth is watering right now! How about yours? You seriously won’t regret making this lazy day blueberry cobbler!
It’s so delicious, incredibly simple to make, and everyone raves over it! Is there such a thing as a vibrant dessert? If so, I think this is it!
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Easy Blueberry Cobbler
Easy Blueberry Cobbler
- 1 cup flour
- 1 cup sugar
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2-2/3 cup milk
- 1/2 cup butter
- 3 cups blueberries
- 1 Tablespoon lemon juice
- Heat oven to 350. Melt butter in oven in a 2 quart, 8x11 baking dish. (Yes! Just do it!) Or melt butter over stovetop and pour into baking dish.
- Mix flour, 1 cup sugar, salt, and baking powder. Add milk gradually until a smooth batter forms. Spoon batter into baking dish on top of butter until the butter is covered with batter.
- In a separate bowl sprinkle lemon juice on blueberries. Top the batter evenly with blueberries mixture.
- Bake at 350 for 35-45 minutes or until cobbler is light brown across the entire dish. Serve warm with a scoop of ice cream.