Easy Blackberry Cobbler Recipe

Easy Blackberry Cobbler RecipeThe Easiest Recipe for a Great Blackberry Cobbler

My Blackberry Cobbler Recipe is really an easy cobbler recipe, but please don’t tell my husband and daughter.  It is their favorite dessert and they have no idea just how easy this blackberry cobbler recipe is to make.  For them, food just doesn’t get better than hot Blackberry Cobbler with Vanilla Ice Cream.

This is such a fast and simple recipe for Blackberry Cobbler.  With just a few ingredients, in about an hour they can have their delicious treat, dessert, or even breakfast and I get the hugs and thanks.  Oh, yes, I also get a piece.

The simplest pleasures in life, really are the best!


Blackberry Cobbler Recipe

Preparation Time

Prep Time Cook Time Ready In Yields
10 min. 45 min. 55 min. 10-12 servings


Ingredients for My Blackberry Cobbler Recipe

  • Blackberry Cobbler Recipe 1 Cup Sugar
  • 1 Cup Milk
  • 1 Cup Self Rising Flour
  • 1/2 Cup Water
  • 2 Cups Fresh, Washed Blackberries
  • 4 tbsp. Butter

*If you prefer to use canned blackberries, you will need 1 small can of Blackberries.  Use the syrup in the blackberries and DO NOT add the water listed above.



Preheat Oven to 350°

Melt:  Butter in a small baking pan
Combine:  Sugar, Milk, Water and Flour
Pour:  Mixture over melted Butter
Pour:  Washed Blackberries over the top and spread them evenly
Bake for 45 min.


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Blackberries in a Can

*Remember, if you use canned blackberries, do not add the water on the recipe.

Simply add the blackberries and the syrup directly from the can.


Step by Step Photos for Making a Blackberry Cobbler

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Easy & Delicious Blackberry Cobbler Recipe

Recommended Baking Dish

I prefer to use my easy to clean glass baking dish.  If I double the recipe, I use the larger oblong baking dish and cook for 55 – 60 minutes.

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This recipe article was originally published by me in 2010 on a different site that no longer exists.
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Easy Blackberry Cobbler Recipe





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  1. Sandy KS says:

    This sounds really yummy. I love baking with blackberries.

  2. Mary Norton says:

    This is my first time to visit the site and it looks impressive. I personally love cobblers and wish I can eat more of it. I have not yet tried the blackberry one.

  3. Blackberries are my favorite fruit, so having a blackberry cobbler has to be the ultimate treat. Thanks so much for this recipe, Sylvestermouse.

  4. Tony Payne says:

    This sounds like a “Must Try!”. I love blackberries, love cobblers, and don’t ask about vanilla ice cream…
    Growing up my Mum used to make blackberry & apple crumble, and it was so good. We used to pick our own blackberries then, and still do now. This is now on my list of things to cook later this year when blackberries are in season.

  5. Cheryl says:

    The recipe is very easy. However, I have had mine in the oven now for over an hour and it is still not done. What went wrong. I checked everything and I made it properly.

    • Cynthia says:

      Hey Cheryl,

      I doubt anything was “wrong”. Probably something like the difference in our ovens or possibly the amount of water in the berries themselves if you were using fresh blackberries. Also, the size of pan does matter. If you are using a smaller pan, the ingredients won’t spread out as much as they do in a larger pan. Sorry, I don’t know the exact issue that might have caused the cooking time difference, but I do hope you cobbler was delicious.

  6. Tina says:

    Wondering why there isn’t an egg. I add one. it tasted great! Thx for the recipe!

  7. Teresa says:

    Can you double this for s 9 x 13 pan?

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