Raspberry Cobbler Easy


I have been making this Raspberry Cobbler Easy for years and it is truly a family favorite! I added it to the blog recipe index because I thought it needed some love! I created my own recipe for the raspberry cobbler I used to serve in my restaurant. I prefer this version over any other because it’s a lot easier to make.

Raspberry Cobbler

Making this raspberry cobbler is an easy treat to make if you have fresh raspberries on hand. This version’s berries give it a sweet-tart flavor and reduce its sweetness compared to traditional cobblers.

Recipe Summary

Active: 15 mins

Total: 1 hr 25 mins

Servings: 8

Nutrition Profile:

  • Egg Free
  • Soy-Free
  • Vegetarian


Ingredient Checklist

  • 1 cup whole-wheat pastry flour
  • ⅓ cup sugar plus 2 tablespoons, divided
  • ¼ cup almond flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup whole milk
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ¼ teaspoon almond extract
  • ¼ cup unsalted butter, melted
  • 3 cups fresh raspberries


Instructions Checklist

  • Step 1: Preheat the oven to 350°F. A round or square 8-inch baking dish should be sprayed with cooking spray.
  • Step 2Combine the almond flour with the baking soda, salt, and 1/3 cup sugar in a medium bowl and whisk until smooth. Make a well in the middle and add the milk, almond extract, and vanilla after that. Just enough whisking is done to incorporate the melted butter. The remaining 2 tablespoons of sugar and raspberries should be combined in a medium bowl.
  • Spread the batter into the baking pan that has been prepared. Raspberries should be equally distributed over the batter, and they should be lightly pressed into contact with it. Pour over the raspberries any sugar that is remaining in the bowl. Bake for 50 to 60 minutes, or until the toothpick inserted in the center comes out mostly clean and the top is brown and fluffy. Allow to cool on a wire rack for at least 20 minutes. Serve warm or at room temperature.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 

about 2/3 cup

Per Serving:

249 calories; protein 5g; carbohydrates 38g; dietary fiber 6g; sugars 16g; added sugar 12g; fat 9g; saturated fat 4g; mono fat 3g; poly fat 1g; cholesterol 18mg; vitamin a iu 242IU; vitamin c 12mg; vitamin d iu 16IU; vitamin e iu 2IU; folate 11mg; vitamin k 4mg; sodium 209mg; calcium 132mg; iron 1mg; magnesium 48mg; phosphorus 135mg; potassium 220mg; zinc 1mg; niacin equivalents 1mg.

Easy Raspberry Cobbler

Untamed raspberry bushes dominate the mountainside where I live. I like making this cobbler with the berries I choose.

Sweet raspberries

I consider myself fortunate because there are uncontrolled raspberry bushes all over the mountainside where I live. The previous summer, I gathered tons of raspberries. The fresh, organic raspberries that were growing everywhere were so irresistible that I had to eat most of them. I managed to accumulate enough cash to prepare numerous pans of raspberry cobbler.

Actually, I had frozen leftover berries from the prior year that I utilized in this recipe. Then I defrosted them, and they were amazing!

I also like collecting the leaves from raspberry bushes so I can make raspberry leaf tea. In order to enjoy this tea all winter long, I dried a bunch of leaves the year before. Now that summer has arrived, a new crop of raspberries and leaves is almost ready.

One of my all-time favorite raspberry dishes, raspberry cobbler, is what I wanted to present. Nothing is more scrumptious on a cloudy day, whether it is in the summer or the winter, than a warm raspberry cobbler. It pairs so well with some decadent vanilla ice cream.

Cook Time

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields
15 min1 hour1 hour 15 min6 servings


  • 4 cups raspberries, fresh or thawed

For the batter:

  • 1/4 cup butter, softened
  • 1 cup organic sugar
  • 1/2 cup milk, whole
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla

For the crust:

  • 1/8 cup flour
  • 1/8 cup organic sugar

Spray an 8×8 pan for raspberry cobbler

C. Calhoun



  1. set the oven’s temperature to 350.
  2. An 8×8 baking dish or pan should be coated with nonstick spray.
  3. Line the pan or dish with frozen or fresh raspberries.
  4. In a large bowl, whisk together the softened butter, 1 cup sugar, milk, 1 cup flour, baking powder, salt, and vanilla to make the batter. Don’t panic if the butter has any lumps.
  5. Pour the batter evenly over the berries.
  6. the crust’s creation On top of the batter, sprinkle the mixture of 1/8 cup flour and 1/8 cup sugar.
  7. In the oven, bake for an hour. Serve warm with ice cream or whipped cream.

Baker’s Tips

  • If you don’t have any raspberries on hand, you can use strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, or even cherries. Although I haven’t tried either peaches or apples in this dish, I’m sure they would both work wonderfully.
  • In my experience, cobbler makes a really tasty breakfast treat. I’ll admit that I have a sweet craving, but when it comes with a fried egg and some sausage, this delight is hard to pass up.
  • I think French vanilla ice cream pairs nicely with this. A tiny mint garnish is a wonderful enhancement. Due to its digestive benefits, mint is widely used in restaurant dessert dishes.
  • No time to prepare a pie? No problem! When paired with heavy cream, sugar, and whipping, fresh raspberries taste great. They can also be included into plain yogurt or used as an ice cream topper (I like to add granola, too).

Facts About Raspberries

  • There are many different colors of raspberries, including red, black, purple, and yellow.
  • Numerous varieties can flourish in Zones 3-9. Always pick a variety that is appropriate for your area. If you’re lucky, like I was, they just grow wild all over the western North Carolina mountains.
  • They need full sun to grow and appreciate acidic soil.
  • They typically reach maturity between mid-June and the fall, depending on the type. If you cultivate species that reach maturity at different times, you can gain from a continuous, prolonged harvest.
  • When picking or buying raspberries, look for ones that are firm, healthy, and have a vibrant color. When you go home, rinse them out, then place them in a bowl in the coldest part of the refrigerator. They’ll be alright for a few days. If not, you’ll have to freeze them.

Raspberry Cobbler Recipe

This traditional raspberry cobbler is made from scratch using just a few simple ingredients. This cobbler is delicious when topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Raspberry Cobbler recipe:

We appreciate a good formula for armor. When fresh raspberries are added, this cobbler becomes one of our favorites. You should bring this cobbler to your upcoming family reunion or picnic.

This cobbler is made with basic ingredients and is sweet and tangy. The dessert’s crispy top and raspberry filling are both handcrafted, as is everything else. By topping this cobbler with ice cream or whipped cream, it becomes a decadent dessert.

This straightforward dessert is delectable and perfect for all of your summer gatherings. This creamy, rich, and bursting with raspberry flavor cobbler will be in high demand.

Can You Put Raspberries in a Cobbler?

Yes, a raspberry cobbler is one of our favorite desserts to make with fruit. The crunchy biscuit topping is perfect on top of a range of summer fruits. We like to serve cobbler topped with ice cream when it’s still hot from the oven.

Cobblers are easy to make and require little cleanup. Before layering in a pan, the ingredients are mixed in a dish. Making raspberry cobbler will give you the sweet and tart flavor that will have you wanting more.


For the Filling: 

  • Raspberries, frozen or fresh 
  • Lemon, juiced 
  • Granulated Sugar 
  • Cornstarch 

For the Topping: 

  • Butter, melted 
  • Milk 
  • Granulated Sugar 
  • Salt 
  • Baking Powder 
  • Flour 
  • Vanilla Extract 

The Sugar Topping: 

  • Butter, melted 
  • Sugar 

How to Make Raspberry Cobbler: 

  • Prepare oven and baking dish – Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Then spray a 9X13 baking pan with non-stick cooking spray.  
  • Mix together Filling Ingredients – In a large mixing bowl, gently toss together the filling ingredients. 
  • Pour into prepared pan – Then spread this mixture evenly into the prepared baking pan.  
  • Combine Topping Ingredients – In a separate bowl, mix together the topping ingredients. 
  • Layer over Raspberry Mixture – Pour this mixture over the raspberries in the baking pan.  Note: This mixture will be thick so just make it as even as possible. 
  • Top with Sugar Topping – Then add the sugar topping. Rub the top of the dough with the melted butter and sprinkle the sugar on top. 
  • Bake Cobbler – Bake for 45-55 minutes or until the top of the cobbler is a golden brown color.  Also, a toothpick inserted into the dough portion of the cobbler should come out clean.  
  • Serve and Enjoy – Let the cobbler cool on a wire rack for 5 minutes. Then it’s ready to serve warm topped with ice cream or whipped cream. 

How to Serve Cobbler:

  • Vanilla ice cream is our favorite flavor. When eaten warm with cold ice cream on top, cobber tastes fantastic. (We adore this easy homemade vanilla ice cream recipe.) Butter pecan is also great.
  • Whipped cream is an additional delicious option.

Can you Freeze Cobbler?

Cobbler can be frozen, in fact. An excellent idea would be to prepare this cobbler in advance. After making the cobbler as instructed, it should be allowed to cool to room temperature. Cover the baking dish with foil and plastic wrap once the cobbler has cooled.

The cobber will last for about a month in the freezer.

How to Store and Reheat Cobbler:

  • The cobbler can be stored in the refrigerator for 4-5 days. Put the cobbler in the refrigerator in an airtight container to preserve it fresh.
  • Since we like our cobbler warm, just reheat it in the oven for 20 minutes. Just remember to wait until the food is warm before placing it in the oven.
  • If you simply need a small serving, microwave a bowl full of food.

Cobbler Variations:

  • Fruit cobblers made with apples, blackberries, blueberries, and strawberries are all delightful; use a variety of fruits. Peach cobbler is among my all-time favorite desserts.
  • Any type of fruit will do.
  • Fresh, frozen, or canned fruit can all be used. Make use of your resources.
  • If you prefer your cobbler to have more liquid, add extra juice.
  • Adding nuts to the batter before baking is a family favorite for enhancing taste.

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