Mary Berry Fruit Cobbler


Mary Berry Fruit Cobbler Recipe. I imagine you like fruit, and obviously love a good cobbler. Well, this is the best of both worlds, because it’s what happens when you combine them. Fruit cobblers are a perfect summer dessert, and I’ll tell you how to make it. There’s nothing quite like the taste of a delicious fruit cobbler. Now that fresh fruit is coming into season, this is absolutely the perfect time to learn how to make your own!



  • 6cups peeled sliced peaches
  • 14cups sugar
  • 14cup all-purpose flour
  • 2cups all-purpose flour
  • 1cup sugar
  • 1tablespoon baking powder
  • 1teaspoon salt
  • 1cup milk
  • 34cup unsalted butter, melted
  • 1tablespoon sugar
  • 14teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
  • 14teaspoon cinnamon


  • Set the oven to 350°F.
  • Filling: In a 15-inch baking dish, combine peaches, sugar, and flour.
  • Mix 2 cups flour, 1 cup sugar, baking powder, and salt in a food processor to make the batter.
  • Combination procedure.
  • Melted butter and milk should be added.
  • until smooth, process.
  • Make sure to spread the batter to the dish’s edge before pouring it over the peaches.
  • Top with the final tablespoon of sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
  • About an hour of baking in the center of the oven
  • The crust should be baked all the way through and be golden brown and crisp on the exterior.
  • Before serving, let sit for ten minutes to cool.
  • Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
  • Blackberry, blueberry, or raspberry cobbler is a variation; eliminate the cinnamon and nutmeg.

Four Berry Fruit Cobbler

  • Total: 1 hr
  • Prep: 20 min
  • Cook: 40 min


Deselect All

1 pint strawberries, halved

1 pint blueberries

1 pint blackberries

1 pint raspberries

Juice of 1 orange

Zest of 1 orange

Juice of 1 lemon

Zest of 1/4 lemon

2 tablespoons Grand Marnier, optional

1/4 cup sugar

5 tablespoons cornstarch

2 teaspoons ground cinnamon


1/4 cup butter, softened

1/4 cup sugar

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 cup flour


  1. Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries should be combined with sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon, orange juice, lemon juice, and optionally Grand Marnier in a big bowl. Set aside for five minutes. Make the streusel topping in the interim. Combine the butter, sugar, and cinnamon in a medium bowl and stir thoroughly with a fork. Mix in flour until crumbly.
  2. Berry mixture should be put into a souffle dish. Add the streusel topping on top. Put in the middle of the cooking grate. Cook for 40 minutes, until bubbling and browned.
  3. Reminder: Cooking time for individual souffle plates is 15 to 20 minutes. Add vanilla ice cream to the dish.

Berry Cobbler Recipe

This traditional, straightforward berry cobbler combines sweet, juicy berries with a buttery, rich biscuit topping. Use your preferred berries, and if they are out of season, use frozen berries instead of fresh. The buttermilk biscuit topping has a delightfully crisp exterior and is really soft. With a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a dab of whipped cream, this simple summer dessert is enhanced.

intimate and up close.

The golden biscuit crust, the syrupy berries, and the essential vanilla ice cream topping. It’s ironic that I’m recommending this dessert as the sole one you should make this summer out of the hundreds of others on my website. Consider this the simpler alternative to making a complete pie and pie crust to savor your favorite sweet summer berries. Let’s prepare mixed berry cobbler and forget the others (though maybe not you, key lime pie)!

What the Heck is Cobbler?

Here’s Why Cobbler is Literally the Best

  1. Easier Than Pie: With mixed berry cobbler, we’re essentially taking berry pie and replacing the finicky pie crust with an easy biscuit topping. Skip the pie dough chilling and leave the rolling pin in your cabinet.
  2. Short Cooling Time: As much as I love homemade pie, it comes with a long cooling time. Sometimes we need something a little quicker than a blueberry pie, but just as seasonal and impressive.
  3. Adaptable: Berry cobbler is totally adaptable to whichever berries you want. You can turn this recipe into a blackberry cobbler or blueberry cobbler simply by using all of that particular berry. Not in the mood for berries?
  4. Basic Ingredients: No strange ingredients required. Cobbler doesn’t require much, just the usual suspects like fruit, flour, butter, sugar, vanilla, and salt.
  5. Naturally Flavorful: Celebrate the season’s sweetest natural flavors! A lot of the flavor in cobbler comes from the juicy mixed berries.
  6. And It’s Delicious: What’s better than lush sweet berries and soft cake-like biscuits with a golden crisp crust? Name a better summer duo.

We like this throughout the summer and it’s nice for celebrations like the Fourth of July, barbecues, Father’s Day, gatherings with family, and more, but since you can use frozen fruit, you can enjoy it all year long!

Best Berries for Berry Cobbler

You need a total of 8 cups of berries, so check out the farmer’s market or grocery store bargains. I used 1.5 cups of chopped strawberries, 2 cups of blackberries, 1.5 cups of chopped raspberries, and 3 cups of blueberries. Remember that your berry layer will be more liquid-y the juicier the fruit (raspberries, strawberries), so keep that in mind.

In this cobbler, frozen berries are also an option.

How to Make Berry Cobbler

You only need 2 bowls!

  1. Combine the ingredients for the berry layer: Berry mixture should be gently combined with a little sugar, cornstarch to thicken, lemon juice to brighten the tastes, and vanilla extract. Fill a 9 x 13 inch baking pan equally.
  2. preparing the biscuit dough
  3. You’ll need butter, buttermilk, baking powder, sugar, salt, and flour. When pea-sized crumbs have formed, add the chilled butter and combine the first four ingredients. These butter crumbles with flour coating guarantee a flaky, soft, but crisp biscuit topping. Then, incorporate buttermilk. An extremely rich biscuit is made using buttermilk. Butter and buttermilk must be extremely cold in order to prevent the bread from entirely melting into the berries. Although it’s a dessert, this biscuit topping has a little more sugar than my baked biscuits do.
  4. Flatten parts of the biscuit dough with your hands, then arrange them on top of the berries to cover them completely.
  5. Brush buttermilk on the biscuit dough because it’s enjoyable to be extra, then sprinkle coarse sugar on top. This gives the top a wonderful gloss. Sprinkle with coarse sugar for added shine and crunch. Alternatively, you may apply an egg wash, like we do with mixed-berry slab pie.
  6. Bake: Bake the biscuits for about 45 minutes, or until they are golden brown.
  7. Just enough time for you to get the vanilla ice cream is 5 minutes of cooling.

Or you can top cobbler with whipped cream. There are no rules!

Less is More

I’m going to tell you to do less of this now. Something about baking that we don’t frequently hear, but I know we can all appreciate a dish that is simple to prepare!

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