Easy Blueberry Cobbler

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I found this old fashioned cobbler recipe in my White Trash Cookbook several years ago and baked it with peaches.  It made me a Betty Croc Star whenever I served it.  

I recently baked this easy cobbler with blueberries and it was every bit as good.  The sweet juicy blueberries blend in and mix perfectly with the buttery, slightly sweet crust.  I know you’ll find your blueberry thrill with this cobbler.

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Seriously, this 4 ingredient cobbler is practically effortless to make. Yes, the laziest husband or boyfriend can do this.

If you have sugar, self rising flour, butter, blueberries and 7 minutes to put this together, that’s all you need.

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We just heated this cobbler up for dessert tonight and I can’t get over how good this is. Yes, after being in the freezer 4 nights, it is still amazing.

The slightly sweet, buttery crust is my favorite part of this cobbler and I love how well it combines with the juicy blueberries. These two make a beautiful and tasty melody.

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Blueberry Cobbler With Frozen Blueberries?


I would love to tell you I went out to the country to pick fresh blueberries for this cobbler, but I can’t lie. I used frozen blueberries from Walmart and they were delicious.

Though most of us would love to use fresh fruit in our baking, sometimes frozen fruit is our only option. And that’s all good, according to this article by Blue Apron replacing fresh fruit with frozen fruit works well in most baking projects.

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Can You Freeze Blueberry Cobbler?


You can make this quick blueberry cobbler ahead of time and freeze or you can freeze your leftover blueberry cobbler.

To Freeze Blueberry Cobbler:

  • To freeze your cobbler in the pan, make sure your blueberry cobbler is completely cooled. Cover tightly with plastic wrap and then foil. It can freeze up to 3 months.
  • You can also place the blueberry cobbler in a freezer safe food storage container up to 3 months.
  • Defrost in the refrigerator overnight before reheating in the oven.

Why Make Simple Blueberry Cobbler?

It’s so easy and so scrumptious. Whether you need a quickie dessert that is a bomb of flavor or you’re looking for an easy dessert for family dinner, this blueberry cobbler is for you. This is a recipe you’ll want to keep in an easy to find location, because you can use it for so many different occasions.

In case you have any queries regarding the recipe feel free to reach out via the comment section or the contact page. Also, if you have tried this recipe, I would love to hear about your experiences.

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Easy and delicious blueberry cobbler with only 4 ingredients.
Course Brunch, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword blueberry dessert, easy dessert, blueberry, easy cobbler
Prep Time 7 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 47 minutes
Servings 18 servings
Calories 220kcal
Cost $7



  • cups sugar
  • 1½ cups plus 2 TBS self rising flour
  • cups butter
  • 4¼-5½ cups blueberries fresh or frozen


  • Preheat oven to 350°
  • Place blueberries in greased or sprayed 13×9 pan and set aside.
  • In large mixing bowl combine sugar, butter and flour until crumbly.
  • Sprinkle over blueberries.
  • Bake at 350° for 40 – 50 minutes or until top is brown.
  • No need to cool. Immediately devour if you like.


This recipe is all about the crust for me, so I used 4 1/4 cups blueberries.  If you’re all about the blueberries, you’ll probably want to use 5 1/2 cups.
I used frozen blueberries and they were absolutely delicious in this recipe.


Calories: 220kcal


  1. Is the butter melted or softened?

    1. Just softened. It doesn’t need to be melted or even too soft. Thanks for your question. Please let me know how you like the blueberry cobbler.

  2. Is self rising flour necessary? Last time I made this, the crust was flat and crispy, no rise.

    1. Yes, self rising flour is necessary. That is were the leavening ingredients, that make the crust rise, are. Please use SR flour. This is a really good question. Thanks for asking.

  3. Do you thaw the frozen blueberries ? Does any juice in the frozen blueberries make a difference for this recipe ?

    1. Great question. You don’t have to thaw the blueberries. If using frozen blueberries I might use 1 or 2 tablespoons of cornstarch and you will probably need to bake it 10 minutes longer to account for using frozen blueberries. I love this recipe. Please let me know how your blueberry cobbler turns out. Thanks for your question.

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