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Cheap and Easy Fruit Cobbler Recipe.

Updated on May 2, 2018
Easy Fruit Cobbler
Easy Fruit Cobbler | Source

Cobbler Instructions

2 sticks butter

2 Cup sugar

2 Cup Flour

4 tsp. baking powder

1 Cup Milk plus if need be

1 tsp. salt

4 Cups Sugared Fruit with juice (I used our raspberries)

Preheat oven to 350. Melt butter in 9x13 pan in preheated oven. Combine remaining ingredients except fruit. Add more milk if needed. Pour batter in the center over the butter, make a well in the middle of batter with a spoon that has been dipped in butter in the pan. Pour fruit into a well.

If the fruit has too much juice you can add a little flour or corn starch to it no more than a tablespoon. You really need most of the juice for this recipe.

You can use canned fruit, use at least 2 cans. You can also mix fresh fruit with canned fruit.


Bake at 350°F for 40 minutes until golden brown.

Wild Raspberries from our meadow.
Wild Raspberries from our meadow. | Source

Cheap and Easy Fruit Cobbler Recipe

This is a very easy dessert recipe. You don't have to be real careful about the amount of flour, sugar or milk. You use whatever milk you have buttermilk, skim milk or cream that you might need to use up.

I have used fresh fruit and canned fruit in it. Just so the fruit adds up to 4 cups. It is so good with ice cream or whipping cream. My husband puts milk on his just like he does with his bread pudding.

It can all be mixed by hand without the mixer.


Mixing Cobbler
Mixing Cobbler | Source
Mixing Dry  Ingredients
Mixing Dry Ingredients
Adding Butter To Pan
Adding Butter To Pan | Source
Easy Fruit Cobbler
Easy Fruit Cobbler | Source
Adding Fruit
Adding Fruit | Source

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4.8 stars from 8 ratings of Cheap and Easy Fruit Cobbler Recipe.

Fresh Apples for this recipe:

If you're picking apples this fall. Here's how to cook the apples for this recipe.

2 lbs of sliced apples 1 tbsp. butter
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup apple cider, or apple juice
1 tsp. ground cinnamon

Peel and Core apples and cook in a saucepan on medium for about 10 or 15 minutes until apples are just tender.

© 2010 moonlake

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    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      4 years ago from America

      CraftytotheCore, I use the raspberries because we have so many growing on our land and we also get blackberries and I have often made the cobbler from them. Thanks so much for your nice comment and for stopping by.

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      moonlake 

      4 years ago from America

      MysticMoonlight, Thank you and thanks so much for coming by. I appreciate it.

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      4 years ago from America

      Au fait, I'm glad your sister enjoys them. I wonder if your sister and my relative that lives in Wausau might know each other. I wouldn't be surprised Wausau is not that big. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment. Thanks for the pins, vote and followers.

    • CraftytotheCore profile image

      CraftytotheCore 

      4 years ago

      Seriously Moonlake, have you written a recipe book? Every time I step in your Hubs, I want to eat my computer screen! LOL I would have never thought to use raspberries. You make them look extra delicious. And this would be so perfect for the holidays as well. Either Thanksgiving or Christmas, because of the beautiful presentation of the finished product. Well-done my friend.

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      MysticMoonlight 

      4 years ago

      This looks absolutely delicious! I've never had raspberry cobbler, must try! Voted up, across, and shared. Well done information.

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      C E Clark 

      4 years ago from North Texas

      This is an ideal desert for Thanksgiving or any time during chilly months. We're having freezing temperatures down here in Texas and an ice storm is forecast for tomorrow.

      You make it so easy to follow the directions for a perfect cobbler. Pinning this to 'Awesome Hubpages,' voting it up again, and sharing again with my followers.

      Just wanted to let you know that my sister in Wausau area really enjoys your articles and made a point of telling me so just last week.

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      5 years ago from America

      Peggy W, It is easy but don't do what I did last time I made it and forget the sugar it's not so great without sugar!

      Thanks for stopping by.

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      Peggy Woods 

      5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Wow...what could be better than fresh picked berries for use in your homemade fruit cobbler? This looks and sounds luscious! Giving it 5 stars, up votes and sharing. It has been quite some time since I have eaten any kind of cobbler. Will have to correct that! :))

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      5 years ago from America

      ytsenoh Thank you for stopping by. Greatly appreciated.

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      moonlake 

      5 years ago from America

      truthfornow, Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment.

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      5 years ago from America

      bridalletter, Thank you and thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. It is good.

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      5 years ago from America

      rajan jolly, Nice to see you thank you for the stars and the vote I appreciate it.

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      Cathy 

      5 years ago from Louisiana, Idaho, Kauai, Nebraska, South Dakota, Missouri

      Raspberry cobbler, yum. Thanks for sharing this easy recipe. It looks great and wish I had some now!

    • truthfornow profile image

      truthfornow 

      5 years ago from New Orleans, LA

      I love peach cobbler, but haven't had any for a really, really long time. Nice recipe.

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      Brenda Kyle 

      5 years ago from Blue Springs, Missouri, USA

      My favorite dessert in the world! I think cobbler is a little piece of heaven. I am anxious to try your wonderful recipe. Nice hub, thank you for sharing.

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      5 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      This recipe is new to me. I love the look of it. i'll give it a try as soon as I get some fruit.

      Voted up, interesting and shared. Rated 5 stars.

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      5 years ago from America

      Au fait, Thank you for the vote and the sharing. This is a good cobbler and it is so good with ice cream. Thank you for stopping by.

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      C E Clark 

      5 years ago from North Texas

      I love fruit cobblers warm from the oven with ice cream!

      Voted up, useful, gave you another star, and sharing!

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      5 years ago from America

      June, Thank you for stopping by leaving a comment. I appreciate it.

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      June 

      5 years ago

      This recipe will be good for my big family.

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      6 years ago from America

      mismazda, Will have to check your peach cobbler. Thanks for stopping by I appreciate it. Thanks for the vote.

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      mismazda 

      6 years ago from a southern georgia peach

      I love pies, this is a recipe I will have to try. I wrote a easy peach cobbler hub that my hubby loves. Ummm, must try. Voted up and interesting.

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      6 years ago from America

      SallyTX, It's my husband's favorite dessert. Thanks, so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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      Sally Branche 

      6 years ago from Only In Texas!

      Looks quick, easy and tasty! I'll be sure to give it a try! Voted up and interesting! ;D

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      6 years ago from America

      vespawoolf, Hope you like it and it turns out for you. We always brag about recipes and than they won't turn out for someone else. Be sure to cut up your apples before cooking. Good Luck. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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      vespawoolf 

      6 years ago from Peru, South America

      I have a kilo of apples in the fridge, so I'm going to put this together for tonight. I wish I had blackberries instead, but you have to use what you have! Thanks for sharing your recipe. : )

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      6 years ago from America

      The Dirt Farmer, I've never mad a dump cake but I have heard of them. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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      Jill Spencer 

      6 years ago from United States

      Will have to try these when it's berry picking (and then apple picking) time! The method reminds me a bit of "dump" cakes. The word "cobbler" definitely sounds better. (:

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      6 years ago from America

      Levertis Steele, My husband likes to pick berries and we have often made it from blackberries he has picked. We have also made it from raspberries we pick in the meadow here. I'm sure you will like this cobbler.

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      Levertis Steele 

      6 years ago from Southern Clime

      I enjoy fruit cobblers, and my favorites are peach and blackberry. Thanks for sharing the recipe and pictures. I must share them also.

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      6 years ago from America

      unknown spy, Thanks for stopping by. It is yummy the best with ice cream.

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      IAmForbidden 

      6 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

      Looks so yummy!!! im starving!

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      7 years ago from America

      Thanks NormaRuth for stopping by. My husband loves picking blackberries, me not so much.

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      NormaRuth 

      7 years ago from Oregon

      Thanks Moonlake, I feel like going out right now and picking blackberries and making this cobbler!

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      7 years ago from America

      It's good whole family likes it. Thanks for stopping by.

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      Giselle Maine 

      7 years ago

      I will have to try this recipe soon! It sounds great, plus it is made with no eggs... very convenient!

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      7 years ago from America

      Thanks for stopping by my hub. It is good and turns out well every time...

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      DustinsMom 

      7 years ago from USA

      Looks yummy! Love peach cobbler.

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      8 years ago from America

      Your Welcome and thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. Hope you enjoy it. I made another one today with the wild raspberry's my husband picked on our property.

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      TheListLady 

      8 years ago from New York City

      Wow - this looks excellent. I would love to eat it all right now. And with no apologies.

      Thanks for the recipe and wonderful photos. Love love love cobbler. Whew!

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      8 years ago from America

      Thank You BkCreative for stopping by.

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      BkCreative 

      8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      Easy? Fruit? Cobbler? Three of my favorite words. Your recipe and those super photos are so delicious. Thanks so much I will try it. Rated up!

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      8 years ago from America

      Thanks Pamela99 for stopping by my hubpage. It's good.

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      8 years ago from Sunny Florida

      I adore cobbler and that looks fantastic. I will be copying this recipe as that picture makes my mouth water!

    • moonlake profile imageAUTHOR

      moonlake 

      8 years ago from America

      Thanks for stopping by. You can use any fruit in this recipe. I sometimes put in a couple different fruits.

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      jim10 

      8 years ago from ma

      MMM! I love fruit cobbler. My favorite is peach.

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