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Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler

This easy Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler comes together in minutes! A delicious dessert with only 5 simple ingredients, the fresh blackberries are perfectly complimented by the golden cake-like topping.

Blackberry Cobbler with text overlay "Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler"

Easy Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler

You’ll see just how versatile a box of Bisquick can be in this easy blackberry cobbler recipe. It’s a wonderful summer dessert that takes just a few minutes of prep work for an incredible treat. It’s a great go-to for cookouts, parties, or potlucks too.

Cobbler can be made in a variety of ways. Some recipes may have a crumbly topping, while others use biscuits. Our family’s favorite method is the cake-style cobbler topping, using Bisquick mix. Not only is it super easy to prepare, but the topping bakes up fluffy and golden brown, just like freshly-made pankcakes. This is also the method we used to make our Blueberry Cobbler, the recipe that’s been in our family for generations!

Imagine if blackberry pie and buttermilk pancakes had a baby…and you’ve got an idea of how delicious this homemade blackberry cobbler tastes! It’s just the right amount of sweetness, just the right fluffy texture, and so much flavor!

A spoonful of Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler


  • 1 cup blackberries, fresh or frozen
  • 1 cup sugar, divided
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1 cup Bisquick
  • 1/4 cup milk

What is Bisquick?

Bisquick is the brand name of a type of pre-mixed baking flour sold by Betty Crocker. It contains flour, shortening, salt, sugar, and baking powder. You don’t have to use this particular brand; it’s simply what our family has used for years. Any other brand of similar baking mix or pancake mix should work for your crust.

Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler Ingredients, with text labels

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Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler being served, spoon in pan


  1. Whisk together the Bisquick mix with the milk and half of the sugar.
  2. Melt the butter in a small casserole dish in the oven. Pour the prepared dough into the pan with the melted butter, but do not mix.
  3. Stir together the blackberries and remaining sugar in a mixing bowl. Allow to rest for 15 minutes, then scoop the berry mixture on top of the batter. DO NOT MIX.
  4. Bake at 400°F for 35-45 minutes; keep an eye on the pan and remove when the coating turns golden brown.

4 step photo collage showing how to make blackberry cobbler with Bisquick

Prep Tips

  • This cobbler is delicious right out of the oven as-is, but it looks pretty with a sprinkle of powder sugar or a dash of cinnamon on top too.
  • Fruit cobbler tastes amazing with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or dollop of whipped cream.
  • To enhance the berry flavor, try adding a squeeze of fresh lemon juice to the berries and sugar mixture before baking.

Close up photo of a spoonful of Blackberry Cobbler

Frequently Asked Questions

How Many Servings Does This Recipe Yield?

This recipe is actually smaller than some of our other cobbler recipes, like the one we made with blueberries. Instead of using a large 9×13″ pan, I recommend using something smaller, such as 8×10. Depending on how big of a scoop you use, I’d say that this dessert should serve 4-6.

Can You Use Frozen Blackberries?

We were lucky enough to discover acres of wild blackberries growing at the back of our property this year. We picked bucket after bucket of fresh blackberries that we used to make blackberry jam, syrup, and other goodies.

However, if you don’t have access to fresh berries, you can also use frozen blackberries. I recommend thawing first and then draining any excess moisture before incorporating in this dish.

Does Fruit Cobbler Need to be Refrigerated?

Yes, any leftover cobbler should be kept in the refrigerator, for both food safety and maintaining the quality of the dish. If left out at room temperature for more than a couple hours, the fruit may start to dry out and the topping may become a bit mushy, which is the exact opposite of what we want. I also recommend covering the dish with plastic wrap or foil, or a lid if your pan has one, before placing in the fridge.

Why Is My Cobbler Soggy?

If the filling for your cobbler seems too runny, there are a couple potential causes. One reason could be that if you used frozen berries, there was too much excess moisture. Be sure to drain or soak up any water from melting with a paper towel. Another reason could be that the cobbler is still too hot. Give it time to cool and the fruit filling should thicken up. (These same fixes can apply to pretty much any fruit cobbler, whether it’s made with blackberries like this one…or peaches, raspberries, etc.)

Completed Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler, with a spoonful next to the pan

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Close up photo of a spoonful of Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler

Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler

This easy Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler comes together in minutes! A delicious dessert with only 5 simple ingredients, the fresh blackberries are perfectly complimented by the golden cake-like topping.
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Bisquick, Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler, Blackberry, cobbler
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Servings 6
Calories 228kcal
Cost $8


  • Small Oblong Baking Dish
  • 2 Medium Mixing Bowls


  • 1 cup blackberries fresh or frozen
  • 1 cup sugar divided
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1 cup Bisquick
  • 1/4 cup milk


  • Whisk together Bisquick mix with the milk and half of the sugar.
  • Melt the butter in the pan in the oven. Pour the prepared batter into the butter pan, but do NOT stir or mix.
  • Stir together blackberries with remaining sugar in a separate bowl, and allow to sit for 10 minutes. Scoop blackberries on top of the batter, but again, do NOT mix.
    Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler Step by Step
  • Bake at 400°F for 35-45 minutes. Remove from oven when the topping is golden brown.


Nutrition information is an estimate only and will vary based on ingredients used and serving size.


Calories: 228kcal | Carbohydrates: 34g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 3g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 37mg | Sodium: 175mg | Potassium: 100mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 27g | Vitamin A: 358IU | Vitamin C: 5mg | Calcium: 69mg | Iron: 1mg

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  1. Can Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler be made Sugar-Free?

    • While you can use a sugar-free sweetener in place of the regular sugar, keep in mind that blackberries contain natural fruit sugar and many Bisquick style mixes also contain added sugar.

  2. 4 stars
    I think the milk should be increased to 1/2 cup. 1/4 coup makes a paste. No way to pour it into the pan. Also, I reduced the sugar to 1/2 cup. 1 cup would have been too sweet for me

  3. My husband loved it. The amount it makes is perfect for to have a couple of nice sized servings.

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