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Easy Raspberry Cobbler

Updated on January 16, 2018
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Easy raspberry cobbler.
Easy raspberry cobbler. | Source

Delicious Raspberries

I consider myself lucky: I have wild raspberry bushes growing all over the mountainside where I live. Last summer, I picked pound after pound of raspberries. I had to eat most of them because I couldn't resist fresh, organic (because they're growing wild everywhere without my help) raspberries. I did save enough to make a few batches of raspberry cobbler.

The berries I used in the video are actually last year's berries (from 2011). I thawed them and they were so tasty!

I also love picking the leaves from raspberry bushes to make tea. Last year, I dried lots of leaves so I could enjoy raspberry leaf tea all winter. Now that it's summer, a new batch of raspberries and leaves are almost ready.

I wanted to share one of my favorite raspberry recipes: raspberry cobbler. There's nothing sweeter than warm raspberry cobbler on an overcast day, whether in summer or winter. It pairs up so well some creamy vanilla ice cream.

5 stars from 2 ratings of Raspberry Cobbler

Cook Time

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 1 hour
Ready in: 1 hour 15 min
Yields: 6 servings
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Spray an 8x8 pan for raspberry cobbler.Add in about 4 cups of raspberries.Mix all ingredients together.Pour flour mixture over raspberries.Add flour/sugar mixture to top of raspberries.
Spray an 8x8 pan for raspberry cobbler.
Spray an 8x8 pan for raspberry cobbler. | Source
Add in about 4 cups of raspberries.
Add in about 4 cups of raspberries. | Source
Mix all ingredients together.
Mix all ingredients together. | Source
Pour flour mixture over raspberries.
Pour flour mixture over raspberries. | Source
Add flour/sugar mixture to top of raspberries.
Add flour/sugar mixture to top of raspberries. | Source

Ingredients

  • 4 cups raspberries, fresh or thawed
  • 1 cup organic sugar
  • 1/2 cup milk, whole
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 tsp. baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp. sea salt
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1/8 cup flour
  • 1/8 cup organic sugar
  • 1/4 cup butter, softened

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Spray an 8x8 pan (or baking dish) with non-stick spray.
  3. Line pan (dish) with fresh or thawed raspberries.
  4. Make batter: mix softened butter, 1 cup sugar, milk, 1 cup flour, baking powder, salt and vanilla in large bowl until smooth. (Don't worry if the butter is a little lumpy.)
  5. Pour batter evenly over berries.
  6. Mix the 1/8 cup flour and 1/8 cup sugar together and spread over the top of the mixture to help it form a crust.
  7. Bake in oven for 1 hour. Serve warm with ice cream or whipped cream.
Bake raspberry cobbler in oven for 1 hour at 350.
Bake raspberry cobbler in oven for 1 hour at 350. | Source

What Is Your Favorite Fruit To Use In Cobbler?

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Enjoy your cobbler with ice cream, whipped cream or frozen yogurt.
Enjoy your cobbler with ice cream, whipped cream or frozen yogurt. | Source

Fruit cobbler

  • If you don't have raspberries, you can try using strawberries, blackberries, blueberries or even cherries. I have not tried this recipe with peaches, or apples, but I'm sure those would be good, too!
  • I have found that cobbler makes a really yummy breakfast treat. I admit I have a sweet tooth, but paired up with a fried egg and a little sausage, this is an irresistible treat.
  • I love to serve this with French vanilla ice cream. A little bit of mint on the side is a nice touch. Mint helps with digestion, which is why you often see it on dessert plates at restaurants.
  • No time to make cobbler? No problem! Enjoy fresh raspberries with heavy whipping cream and a little bit of sugar. You can also use them mixed-in with plain yogurt (I like to add granola, too) or as an ice cream topping.

Facts About Raspberries

  • Raspberries come in a variety of colors: red, black, purple and yellow.
  • Many varieties exist and can grow in Zones 3-9. It's always best to choose the variety appropriate for where you live. If you're lucky like me, they just grow wild all over the place in the mountains of western North Carolina.
  • They need full sun to grow and they like acidic soil.
  • They generally ripen from mid-June to fall, depending on the variety. If you plant varieties that ripen at different times, you can enjoy a long, constant harvest.
  • When you pick and/or buy raspberries, look for healthy, firm berries with vibrant color. When you get home, rinse them off and place in a bowl in a cooler part of the refrigerator. They will stay good for a few days. Otherwise, you'll need to freeze them.

© 2012 Cynthia Calhoun

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    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      Rachel- hey there, friend! :D Thanks for the pin. I hope you enjoy! It really is so yummy that I had to share it. :) HUGS!

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      Cara - yum! Try it with the peaches - definitely! I don't think you can go wrong - just fill the bowl and put 'em in! :D That's great your daughter likes raspberries. They are mmm mmm good! Hubhugs!

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      Gypsy48 - hehe, I love raspberries. Thanks for coming by - I promise it'll be yummy! :D

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      fpherj48 - thanks for coming by! I'm so sorry you're going to have to make an extra trip to the store...for this scrumptious, yummy dessert that will wow everyone around you! It will be sooo worth it. Hehe. Hubhugs!

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      Tammy - hello, friend! Thanks so much for your yummy comments, hehe. Thank you so much for stopping by. HUGS!

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      Rachel Vega 

      6 years ago from Massachusetts

      Yummy, yummy! I love raspberries and I plan to pick some this summer. I will be trying this recipe, for certain! Pinned it. :^)

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      cardelean 

      6 years ago from Michigan

      My daughter was just recently convinced that she likes raspberries after picking some from the few bushes at my in laws farm. I envy you with your wild raspberry bushes. I wish there were some around here but I haven't been able to find any. In any case, I'll be making this soon with some peaches I have from last year.

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      Gypsy48 

      6 years ago

      Raspberries are my favorite and this is a recipe I must try, looks delicious:)

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      Paula 

      6 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

      cclitgirl....OK....you pulled me in with the "Raspberries!" LOVE them. I usually don't read recipe hubs......I've been on an ongoing, all-out Kitchen strike for a while now. Trust me, I deserve the break.

      This recipe however sounds too delicious to pass up. I will actually drag myself to the market tomorrow and pick up the ingredients. Now that I'm drooling, I have no choice!

      Up ++

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      Tammy 

      6 years ago from North Carolina

      Yummy! You just HAD to add ice cream to the already tempting desert. This is one of the prettiest and yummiest recipe hubs I have seen yet in the contest. Well done!

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      AnnaCia - hehe, the music just seemed "right" when I chose it for this video. Definitely some yummy stuff, that cobbler. I hope you get to make some. :)

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      AnnaCia 

      6 years ago

      WOW! Music and everything. Now I want some. Thank you so much for the recipe.

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      CrisSp, yeah I'm left handed, hehe. Thanks for stopping by! No kneading required and you can substitute the same amount of blueberries :) But, yes, I was recording with my right hand as I went. You're not the only one to ask, hehe. Hubhugs to you.

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      CrisSp 

      6 years ago from Sky Is The Limit Adventure

      Nice one! Looks easy to make. No kneading require unlike typical baking. I'm sure I could substitute with blueberry instead. What do you think? Also, where you recording it yourself with your right hand? Lol, I just noticed you were working with your left hand on the video, so I ask this petty question. (:

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      aviannovice - hey there! Thanks for stopping by. :) I live way out in the country and though I miss the convenience of the city, the one thing that keeps me firmly planted in the country are all the wild raspberries, blackberries and even blueberries growing. They're just that good. Hubhugs!

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      MM - hey there! Thanks so much for stopping by! I love raspberries more and more with each passing year, especially as I find more recipes for them. MMMM. Let me know what you think when you try it. :) Cheers!

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      alissa - yum! Peach and apple cobbler sound REALLY good right about now...it's a rainy afternoon and warm cobbler is making my mouth water for some yummy dessert! Hehe. Do try the raspberry, too, though. It's worth it.

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      OD - hey there! Great to see you. MMMM, you just gave me a Dutch Oven recipe idea. Thanks! Hehe. Sorry I haven't been around much - I've been travelling, but I'll get back to my regular hubbing very soon. :)

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      alocsin - hi there, friend! Thanks for stopping by again. :) Do try this. If you don't like raspberries, use another type of berry. Hehe. Thanks for coming by! Cheers!

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      Deb Hirt 

      6 years ago from Stillwater, OK

      I had wild raspberries and blackberries where I grew up in ME. My mother made pies and jam with them, plus I sold some at the local campground. Since I am wheat intolerant, I can still work with this recipe. Thanks, Cindy!

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      Movie Master 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      I love raspberries but have never tried them in a cobbler, looking forward to trying the recipe, thank you and voted up

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      Alissa Roberts 

      6 years ago from Normandy, TN

      I have only tried peach and apple cobbler but I must say your raspberry cobbler looks delicious! Adding this recipe to my list of desserts to try out!

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      Dan Human 

      6 years ago from Niagara Falls, NY

      That looks delicious! The only thing that would make this better, would be to bake it in a Dutch Oven. Great job, very useful.

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      alocsin 

      6 years ago from Orange County, CA

      I'm not a big fan of raspberries but I'll make an exception for this delicious looking recipe. The video is what convinced me ;) Voting this Useful.

    • cclitgirl profile imageAUTHOR

      Cynthia Calhoun 

      6 years ago from Western NC

      Bill, hehe, I didn't want anyone to see my messes. But thanks for coming by - I'm glad you liked it despite the "problem" hehe. Hugs to you, big bro. :)

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      Bill Holland 

      6 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Loved the video; only one problem with it. I want to know why you didn't show yourself spilling anything....and there was no mess in the kitchen. How did you manage that? When Bev and I cook there is stuff all over the place. Way too neat if you ask me! LOL great job Lil' Sis!

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