This Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler Recipe is flavor-packed and only takes five ingredients. This quick berry cobbler is the perfect easy dessert recipe everyone will love.
Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler Recipe
Have you noticed I have been on a huge Bisquick kick? This summer and fall have been so busy that I love being able to make easy recipes using Bisquick.
The time-saving is perfect when we are running around like crazy trying to take care of all the things in life.
This recipe may be my new favorite cobbler recipe. I taste-tested more of this than may have been a good idea, but it is so delicious.
My husband came home and asked what smelled so good, and I pointed and told him there was a bit left, but I would make another one soon.
Did I mention that I plan to make a cherry cobbler soon? I also have a request to make a strawberry cobbler. I am on a mission to make all the cobblers right now.
Did I mention you can have this cobbler on the table in less than 50 minutes? It truly is the perfect easy dessert.
The hot blueberry mixture tastes terrific without anything, but you can also top it with vanilla ice cream or berry ice cream. We love these quick and easy fruit cobblers!
Here is a quick overview of the simple ingredients needed to make an easy Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler! The printable recipe card at the bottom of the post includes specific measurements and step-by-step instructions.
- Bisquick Mix
Optional - Whipped Cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream to top the cobbler
I keep thinking about making this recipe with blueberry pie filling to make it even sweeter.
You can also make a mixed berry cobbler by adding in other berry flavors.
If you want to make the flavors to really pop you can add a teaspoon of lemon zest to the blueberries.
Bisquick - I know using Bisquick baking mix is not considered making a cobbler from scratch but I still love how this recipe turns out. Not having to measure the flour, baking soda, baking powder, cornstarch, and other ingredients that are already mixed in the Bisquick is a great time saver.
Blueberries - We make this with just blueberries but you can easily change it to a mixed berry filling. Add in some raspberry or other fruit to make a different fruit filling.
Butter - I haven't tried using dairy-free butter to make this cobbler a vegan dessert but it should work great.
Can you make a blueberry cobbler with frozen blueberries?
YES! I give the blueberries time to thaw so the ice crystals that may have formed in the freezer melt off.
Frozen blueberries are generally picked at the peak ripeness when they have the best flavor, so they are perfect for baking.
You can set the frozen blueberries in a colander over a bowl and let them drip into the bowl as they thaw. You can use the juice in smoothies or anything that could use an infusion of blueberry juice.
- Butter Cover: These microwave covers are fantastic! They help to prevent the butter from imploding in the microwave and causing more things to clean up.
- Large Bowl: We are big fans of this glass batter bowl with a handle. It makes it easy to mix ingredients and keeps the mixing bowl steady on the counter.
- Kitchen Spoon or Whisk
- 8x8 Baking Dish: I like to use an 8x8 pan, so the cobbler is smaller than it would be in a 9x9 pan, and each spoonful has more blueberries and cobbler topping. This great cobbler can also be made in a cast iron skillet.
How to Make the Best Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler Recipe
I've included complete instructions in the printable recipe card at the bottom of the post, but here's a quick version of this easy blueberry cobbler recipe.
Step 1 - Prep all of the ingredients to make it easy to make the cobbler
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
Step 2 - Combine Bisquick mix, sugar and milk in a medium bowl. Stir/whisk together until evenly mixed. Set aside while the butter is melting.
Pour melted butter into a into a 8x8 baking pan.
Pour Bisquick mix over the melted butter. Do not stir.
Step 3 - Sprinkle blueberries evenly over the pan.
Optional - sprinkle sugar over the top to make a sweet biscuit topping.
Step 4 - bake until golden brown crust forms
Step 5 - Enjoy this epic easy blueberry cobbler!
Preparation and Storage
Make Ahead: Thanks to Bisquick Baking Mix, which removes the need to measure out multiple dry ingredients, you can make this easy dessert to order and can have it on your dining table in under an hour from start to finish.
Storage: Refrigerate leftover Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler in an airtight container and enjoy it within three to four days.
Freezing/How to Freeze: Freeze leftovers in an airtight, freezer-safe container and enjoy them within three months.
How to Reheat: Leftovers reheat well in the microwave or the oven, depending on how many servings you need to prepare.
We make this with blueberries, but you can easily change it to a mixed berry filling. Add in some raspberry or other fruit to make a different fruit filling.
Vegetarian Option: This easy cobbler is 100 percent vegetarian!
To make this recipe vegan, vegans should replace the butter and milk with plant-based alternatives. I haven't tried using dairy-free butter to make this cobbler a vegan dessert, but it should work great.
You can use Gluten-Free Bisquick Mix to make an easy gluten-free blueberry cobbler. We love how great the gluten-free blueberry cobbler tastes.
You can use this mix to make any of our cobbler recipes into a gluten-free cobbler.
Smaller Serving Size + Larger Group/More Servings: The written recipe makes four servings and scales readily to your desired yield. Be sure to have extra baking pans available if you double or triple it.
Make It Spicy: If you want to add more spice to your cobbler, sprinkle a bit of nutmeg, a teaspoon of cinnamon, or a teaspoon of sugar on top of the cobbler before baking.
The written recipe contains 42 grams of sugar per serving, some naturally coming from the blueberries.
Bisquick has no sugar-free baking mix, but their Heart Smart mix is lower in fat and naturally cholesterol-free. Replace the white sugar with a sugar-free substitute to lower the sugar content of this cobbler.
Tips for the Best Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler
- Check the blueberries before adding them to your batter to ensure no tiny stems get tossed into your cobbler.
- Serve hot with a side of vanilla ice cream or on its own.
- If you don't have fresh blueberries, you can use frozen blueberries, which is helpful in the winter when it can be hard to find good fresh fruit.
- This cobbler tastes best when served hot, but you can also enjoy it cold or at room temperature.
- I keep thinking about making this recipe with blueberry pie filling to make it sweeter.
- Add a teaspoon of lemon zest to the blueberries to make the flavors pop.
What to Serve with Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler
With this five-ingredient recipe that begins with Bisquick Baking Mix, you can enjoy a semi-homemade Blueberry Cobbler in under an hour from start to finish! Here are some pairing suggestions to inspire your menu planning.
Sides: Broccoli Casserole, Apple Stuffing, Funeral Potatoes, BLT Pasta Salad, Southern Fried Cabbage with Bacon, Air Fryer Baked Potato, Jiffy Cornbread with Sour Cream, Sweet Potato Casserole with Candied Yams, Southern Style Green Beans, CrockPot Bourbon Baked Beans
Main Dishes: Cracker Barrel Broccoli Cheddar Chicken, Stovetop Meatloaf, Chicken Casserole with Ritz Crackers, CrockPot Rosemary Pork, Cracker Barrel Chicken & Dumplings, CrockPot Macaroni & Cheese with Ham, CrockPot Salisbury Steak, CrockPot Ham & Cheese Grits
Desserts: Ooey-Gooey Butter Cake, Lemon Bars, Lemon Icebox Pie, Best Rice Krispie Treats, Lemon Dump Cake, Pig Pickin' Cake, Bisquick Apple Cobbler, Bisquick Peach Cobbler, Molasses Cookies, Banana Bread, Classic Chocolate Brownies, Texas Sheet Cake Cookies
When to Serve
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Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Melt butter and pour into baking dish
- Combine Bisquick, sugar, and milk in a bowl. Pour over melted butter in baking dish. DO NOT STIR together.
- Add blueberries over the top of the baking mix and butter. DO NOT STIR
- Bake for 43-45 minutes until golden brown.
- 8X8 Pan
- Large Mixing Bowl
- Microwave Cover