Slow Cooker Berry Cobbler

You all know by now that I love my slow cooker, but I had yet, before this recipe, to try a dessert using that wonderful appliance. I don’t know what took me so long to try it out!

Cobbler is so yummy to me. I know most people enjoy it in the summertime, but I tend to enjoy it more in the winter. It just warms me up and the fruitiness makes the cold season a little more bearable :) This recipe comes from one of my favorite recipe sources, Taste of Home It was seriously delicious!

Slow Cooker Berry Cobbler!... This recipe is so easy to make and so delicious!

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Slow Cooker Berry Cobbler
 
An easy recipe that is perfect for that sweet tooth craving.
Recipe type: Dessert
Ingredients
  • 1 cup flour
  • 3 Tbsp. sugar
  • 1 tsp. baking powder
  • ¼ tsp. cinnamon
  • 1 egg
  • ¼ cup fat-free milk
  • 2 Tbsp. canola oil
  • ⅛ tsp. salt
  • 2 cups raspberries
  • 2 cups blueberrires
  • ½ Tbsp. lemon juice
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ¼ cup flour
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl, combine 1 cup flour, 3 Tbsp. sugar, baking powder and cinnamon.
  2. In a small bowl combine egg, milk and canola oil. Whisk together until completely blended.
  3. Add egg mixture to flour mixture and stir until just moistened.
  4. Spread over the bottom of a 5qt slow cooker.
  5. In a medium bowl, combine 1 cup sugar and ¼ cup flour and salt. Next add in raspberries and blueberries (fresh or frozen will work) and lemon juice. Stir to completely and evenly coat the raspberries and blueberries with the sugar-flour.
  6. Evenly distribute the raspberries and blueberries over batter. Cover and cook on LOW for about 2 to 2½ hours or until batter is cooked through.
  7. Top with ice cream or frozen yogurt if desired.

Enjoy!
(Recipe from: Taste of Home)


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  1. YUMMY!!! Can have some now? My son loves my berry pie, but I think I need to try this recipe and turn him onto something new (yet similar) – lol
    Hugs, antonella :-)

  2. fruit cobblers, crisps, pies – are my favorite types of dessert. ironically, i have no such recipes on my website lol. i should work on that. and THIS is a good place to start. So colorful and cherry and juicy and gorgeous. i need to break in my new slow cooker!

  3. This looks wonderful! I had one bad experience with a dessert in the crockpot, but it was an old one and it ran really hot (the chocolate cake burned). Definitely pinning this to try on my newer crockpot, great Valentine’s Day treat too!

  4. oh my gosh. this looks so good. i love cobbler. and i always make it in the dutch oven. but i also love my crockpot and havent tried any desserts in it either. so i think this needs to be my first try. i’ve never thought of it as a winter dessert, but the warm gooey ness sounds DELICIOUS right now. yum yum yum!

  5. paige shannon

    This was very easy to make! my daughter has been in and out of the hospital since August and I wanted to make something for the nurses. Since they do not have an oven, I decided to bring in my crockpot and the berry cobbler was delicious. I brought the dry ingredients from home but was able to get peaches, lemon juice, eggs, milk and oil from the hospital kitchen! Thanks for a dessert i could make away from home. My daughter really enjoyed it. I did have one question – the dough part did not cover the bottom of the crockpot – was it supposed to? I am using the right size crockpot. Thanks again.

  6. I have this cooking tonight – still waiting for the dough to cook – has been over 2 hours so I turned it up to high. Hope I don’t have to wait too much longer – it looks good, just doughy.

  7. Ashley

    I’m cooking this as we speak. Fingers crossed! I made 1 1/2 times the recipe and used some canned peaches in lieu of all of the raspberries (not by choice) and I’m hoping all goes well.

  8. Jackie

    I made this last night with frozen mixed berries and my whole family and boyfriend loved it! I doubled the recipe and forgot to double the cooking time, so it ended up slightly gooey, but the whole cake was gone! The boys compared it to berry pancakes and loved how good it tasted with ice cream! So easy to make, and would definitely make again!

  9. Dawn

    This looks amazing- I will be making this in the am for a cookout with my mom. I have made breakfast in my slow cooker- blueberry oatmeal and it is amazing :) Thanks for the recipe!

    • Dawn

      I made this tonight for my mom and she LOVED it!! The only substitution I made was walnut oil for the canola oil. I am not a big canola oil fan so I usually will change that for walnut or coconut. It was amazing!!! :)

  10. Lauren

    HI what if your slow cooker is a 6 qt? Will I need to modify the recipe or would the original recipe be ok? Also could I just do all blackberries instead for this cobbler?

  11. Erica

    Delicious!! I will be making this over and over!!
    As hard as it was to share I did and it made people do a happy dance!! Thanks for sharing!

  12. Emily

    This looks so good! I can’t wait to make it, I love making pies but they take so long, this will be an easy change for a treat.

  13. Janet Held

    This sounds good! Lately we have done all of our cobblers in the slow cooker. We spray our crock pot, which I believe is a 5 quart, with butter spray, place a can of pie filling in bottom, followed by a box of yellow cake mix. We then place a cut up stick of butter on top of mix, followed by 1/4- 1/2 cup of brown sugar. We spread paper towels across the top of pot just under lid, followed by propping up lid slightly with a spoon. This helps to decrease the build up of too much moisture. Don’t worry, the cobbler is still moist. Cook on high for two hours or low for four hours. You can tell when it is done. Enjoy with whip cream or ice cream when still warm. It is easy and minimal mess.

  14. Stephanie

    Looked amazing, cooked it for 2.5 hours like said and battery is still very doughy. But it taste great! Trying to turn it to high to see if that helps stiffen things up… Anyone else run into this problem?

    • Jamie

      I did. I cooked it for 2 hours on high and noticed I was no where near ready. So, I had to cook it an additional 1.5 hours on high.

  15. Jessica

    Would using almond milk in substitution for the fat-free milk change up things too much? 3 out of 5 members of my family are sadly allergic to dairy. This looks SO good and I’d really love to try it!