Blueberry Cobbler Made With Bisquick


Have you ever tried cobbler made with Bisquick? It’s a delicious cobbler recipe that I know you’ll love. Blueberry cobbler is a great dessert to serve at a cookout or pot-luck. It’s simple to make, and everyone loves it. Bisquick makes it super easy to get this delicious dessert made in no time.

Bisquick Topped Blueberry Cobbler

This biscuit topped blueberry cobbler recipe couldn’t be easier. Breaking out your trusty Bisquick baking mix keeps the recipe effortless, but you could also top the vibrant berry filling with a simple homemade drop biscuit dough as well. Using ripe, juicy blueberries gives this summertime favorite the perfect level of sweetness, while vanilla extract contributes a floral depth and a little bit of aromatic lemon zest lends a lovely balance of brightness. Served warm with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream, this easy cobbler can’t be beat. 

Recipe Summary


1 hr 15 mins


Serves 12 (serving size: 3/4 cup)


Ingredient Checklist

  • 2 ¼ cups Bisquick baking mix
  • ⅔ cup milk
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 6 cups fresh blueberries
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Vanilla ice cream, for serving (optional)


Instructions Checklist

  • Step 1Preheat oven to 375°.
  • Step 2Stir together baking mix and milk in medium bowl until just combined; set aside.
  • Step 3Combine sugar, flour, zest, and salt in a large bowl. Rub together with your fingers to evenly disperse oils in the zest. Add blueberries and vanilla; stir to combine. Place blueberry mixture in a 9-inch, cast-iron skillet. Top with 11/2-inch dollops of Bisquick mixture. Bake 50 minutes-1 hour or until bubbly and biscuits are cooked, tenting top with foil after 20-25 minutes (when biscuits are golden brown). Let stand 10 minutes before serving. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream, if desired. 

Blueberry Cobbler Recipe

This Blueberry Cobbler recipe with bisquick can be made with fresh, frozen, or canned blueberries. Serve it while warm with ice cream on top.

One of my extended family’s favorite desserts is berry cobbler. My mom often makes raspberry or mixed berry cobbler. She has to double the recipe so that there is enough to go around.

This bisquick blueberry cobbler recipe is adapted from the recipe she passed down to me.

Start by making the batter for the dough part of the blueberry cobbler. Mix together bisquick, granulated sugar, brown sugar, ground cinnamon, vanilla and milk. Set this bowl aside.

Is there a bisquick substitute?

Yes! You can make your own homemade bisquick via my recipe here if you don’t have a box of store-bought bisquick on hand.

Next, pour the melted butter into an 11×7 pan.

What other pan sizes can I use to make blueberry cobbler?

If you don’t have an 11×7-inch pan, you can use another size pan instead. Try baking it in a 9×9-inch pan, an 8×8-inch pan, or a 2-quart baking dish. Keep in mind that using a different size pan could affect the baking time so it may need to be adjusted slightly.

Pour the batter over the melted butter in the pan.

Sprinkle the blueberries over the batter in the pan.

Should I use fresh, frozen, or canned blueberries?

Fresh, frozen, and canned blueberries all work in this blueberry cobbler recipe. But if you want to use frozen blueberries, you will need to allow them to thaw before adding them to the cobbler.

Bake the blueberry cobbler at 350˚ for 30-35 minutes.

The blueberries sink to the bottom and the cobbler batter rises to the top creating a buttery, golden brown crust.

Can I use this recipe to make other types of berry cobbler?

Yes, the blueberries in this blueberry cobbler recipe can be substituted with an equal amount of other berries. Or you can even use a mixture of berries! Here are few flavors to try:

  • raspberry
  • strawberry
  • blackberry
  • mixed berry

What other cobblers can I make with this recipe?

This blueberry cobbler recipe is versatile and can be used to make other kinds of fruit cobbler in addition to the berry varieties. Since we have different fruits available at different times of this year, this is the perfect opportunity to make a seasonal cobbler.


This Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler is a classic dessert that everyone loves. It is made with 5 simple ingredients and is so easy to make. Serve the warm cobbler with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a delicious treat.

Fruit cobblers are one of my favorite desserts to make during the summer months. They are a delicious way to enjoy our homemade blueberry pie filling or our cherry pie filling.

Most cobblers, including this blueberry cobbler recipe, only take a few minutes to put together. All you need are a few ingredients and one bowl.


Looking for an easy and delicious dessert that you can make in just a few minutes? This Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler is just what you need. You can mix the batter together and have the cobbler in the oven in under 10 minutes.

This simple cobbler recipe uses a blueberry pie filling and Bisquick baking mix to keep things easy. Cobbler so much easier than making a pie.

It’s the perfect dessert to throw together when company shows up at your door unexpected. Your guests will love the sweet blueberry flavor and crisp golden topping.

Serve it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a sweet and satisfying dessert.

Two bowls of fruit topped with a biscuit topping.


Making a Bisquick blueberry cobbler is so easy to do with 6 simple ingredients. You probably have most of these ingredients in your kitchen pantry right now.

  • Blueberry Pie Filling – You will need 2 cups of canned or homemade pie filling.
  • Baking Mix – You can use store bought Bisquick or make your own homemade baking mix as a substitute.
  • Sugar – Gives the cake like topping just the right amount of sweetness.
  • Milk – Whole or 2% gives the cobbler topping a rich flavor and a tender crumb texture.
  • Vanilla Extract – Adds a good flavor.

BRUCREW TIP: Sprinkle raw sugar on the batter right before baking to give it a golden color and crunch.

Bowls of ingredients needed to make a fruit dessert.


This blueberry cobbler recipe is quick and easy to make for dessert. If you are using a homemade pie filling, make it ahead of time so it has time to cool.

  1. Stir together the baking mix and sugar in a large bowl.
  2. Add the milk and vanilla and stir until a thin batter forms.
  3. Spoon the blueberry pie filling into a buttered 8×8 baking dish. Pour the cobbler batter over the filling.
  4. Bake the blueberry dessert until the filling is hot and bubbly and the topping is golden brown.


Cover the cooled cobbler with plastic wrap and place in the refrigerator. It will keep for 4-5 days if covered properly.

Serve leftover cobbler cold or reheat single servings in the microwave for 15-20 seconds. You can also warm the entire cobbler in a warm oven for 20 minutes.

Six pictures collaged together showing how to make a fruit cobbler.


  • Butter the baking dish to add flavor and to make getting scoops of cobbler out easy.
  • Make and cool the blueberry pie filling ahead of time.
  • Add some cinnamon to the topping and lemon zest to the pie filling to give it a delicious flavor.
  • If you notice the cake like topping getting too brown before the filling is bubbly.
  • Change up the pie filling or fruit. Try different pie fillings or canned peaches for a different flavor dessert.
  • Need to make it gluten free? Bisquick and other brands offer a gluten free baking mix.
  • Serve warm blueberry cobbler with vanilla ice cream or this three ingredient whipped cream.



A cobbler has a soft biscuit or batter covering the fruit. A crisp or crumble is topped with oats and spices mixed with butter.


Yes, you can. Stir together 3 cups fresh fruit, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 2 tablespoons cornstarch, and ⅓ cup sugar. Add to a buttered dish. Add the Bisquick topping and bake until bubbly and golden brown.


Cobbler is a great dessert to make 1-2 days ahead of time. The fruit dessert will keep in the fridge for 4-5 days if covered properly.

Bisquick Blueberry Cobbler (Drop Biscuit Style!)

Blueberry cobbler is the perfect dessert to celebrate the blueberry season! This Bisquick Blueberry cobbler is made with sweet honey and cream drop biscuits and fresh blueberries seasoned with lemon and cinnamon. 

This easy blueberry cobbler with Bisquick mix gets a serious upgrade with honey, lemon, and spices!

Blueberry cobbler in a baking dish with a scoop taken out and ice cream on top.

Why you will love this recipe:

This recipe is made with Bisquick, but its tastes are so elevated and dynamic! The mix is combined with cream, honey, and butter, making sweet, flavorful, and tender drop biscuit topping for the cobbler. 

The blueberries are then flavored with lemon juice and zest, cinnamon, vanilla and almond extract, and sugar, making them incredibly flavorful!

Key Ingredients:

Bisquick: Bisquick as so much of what you need built right in. It has your flour, leavening agents, fat, and some sugar. 

Cream: I have opted for cream instead of milk because it has a thicker texture and more flavor.

Honey: I use both honey and sugar to sweeten the biscuits. Honey adds more depth of flavor and moisture. My only gripe with Bisquick is that it can be too dry; honey helps combat that. 

Blueberries: It wouldn’t be a blueberry cobbler without blueberries! I use fresh, but frozen would work as well. Just defrost before using them. 

Lemon: Blueberry and lemon are a match made in heaven. The acidity in the lemon 

Cinnamon: cinnamon adds a little heat and spice to this recipe, which helps it turn into a really dynamic dish.

How to make this recipe:

  1. Start by making the berry mixture by combining the blueberries with lemon juice, zest, sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon, and extracts. Set the mixture aside. 
  2. Next, make the drop biscuits but combining the Bisquick, sugar, honey, and cream. Stir until a dough forms. 
  3. Next, transfer the berries to a 1.8-2 quart baking dish and then scoop the dough on top of the berries. 
  4. Brush with melted butter and bake for 30-35 minutes
  5. Serve with ice cream!


Can you use frozen blueberries?

Yes! Frozen berries will work well; just ensure they are at room temperature before baking. If they are frozen at baking, that will mess with the bake time.

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