Scrumptious Strawberry Cobbler

May 5, 2018
Fresh strawberries shine in this classic Southern Strawberry Cobbler.  Made with five simple ingredients, this easy cobbler comes together in a flash!

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I treated myself this weekend.  To one of my absolute, absolute favorite treats ... fresh-picked strawberries.

Not strawberries from the grocery store ~ strawberries freshly ripened from the local fields.  When it comes to berries, there's just nothing better.

And then I came home and treated myself some more ... with this scrumptious fresh strawberry cobbler.  Made with those sweet, juicy, fresh-from-the-field strawberries.  Sooooo good ... and soooooooo easy.

Made with just five simple ingredients, this cobbler comes together in a flash!  All it takes is fresh strawberries and a few basic pantry staples.  You just can't beat a recipe like that.
Made with just five simple ingredients, this cobbler comes together in a flash!  All it takes is fresh strawberries and a few basic pantry staples.  You just can't beat a recipe like that.

The recipe for this simple strawberry cobbler is from a dear friend of mine.

Last week, she let me borrow her desserts recipe folder.  And I, of course, was thrilled to look through it!  Because I need another recipe like I need a hole in my head, you know.  But recipes are an addiction for me, and I can never have enough of them.

And people's personal folders are the best recipe collections.  Because they hold all their favorites.  Tried and true.

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Well, tucked into the very bottom of a plastic sleeve in my friend's folder, hand-scribbled on a piece of old accountant's paper, with just the ingredients list and a couple of cryptic direction notes, was the recipe for this scrumptious strawberry cobbler.

I had to try it.  

Because anything cryptically scribbled down on an old sheet of grab-whatever-you-have-at-hand paper simply has to be good.

Tucked into the very bottom of a plastic sleeve in my friend's folder, hand-scribbled on a piece of old accountant's paper, with just the ingredients list and a couple of cryptic direction notes, was the recipe for this scrumptious strawberry cobbler.

And, oh it is.

It may just be my one of my absolute favorite ways to enjoy those fresh spring field-ripened strawberries I love so much.

To get all this scrumptious strawberry cobbler yummy-ness, simply thickly slice some fresh strawberries into a baking dish, and toss them with a bit of granulated sugar.

Next dot the cut strawberries all over with little pieces of softened butter ...

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Then mix up a simple batter of self-rising flour, sugar, and milk and pour it over the sweetened berries.

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Pop the pan in the oven and give it a good bake until the cobbler is lightly golden-browned and the berries are juicy and bubbly.

The batter will bake up in irregular shaped bits, with juicy berries poking up all through it.  Mmmmmm ... don't those bubbly berries look amazing??

So if you're a strawberry lover like me, go grab yourself some fresh strawberries and dig in to a bowl of scrumptious fresh strawberry cobbler!  Believe me, your taste buds will thank you in a huge way.

Just like I thank my dear friend in a huge way for this fabulously simple classic recipe.

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Strawberry Cobbler
Source:  Adapted from a family recipe from my friend Jennie
(Printable recipe)
Ingredients
  • 1 pint fresh strawberries
  • 3 T. granulated sugar
  • 2 T. butter, softened
  • 1 c. self-rising flour
  • 3/4 c. granulated sugar
  • 1 c. milk
Directions
  1. Clean strawberries and slice into thick slices (for small berries, cut them in half). Place sliced strawberries in a 9x9-inch baking dish coated with non-stick cooking spray. Sprinkle sliced strawberries with the 3 tablespoons of granulated sugar, toss to coat with the sugar, and dot the berries with small pieces of the softened butter.
  2. In a bowl, mix the self-rising flour, 3/4 cups of granulated sugar, and milk until just combined {seriously, mix until the flour has just barely gotten all wet ~ if you mix it too much, the cobbler will turn out a tad rubbery}. Pour batter over the strawberries.
  3. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour until lightly golden browned and the berries are bubbly.
Enjoy!

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39 comments

  1. Mmmm your cobbler looks wonderful! Fruit cobblers are one of my favorite things to make in the summertime! Yours looks absolutely delicious!!!

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    1. Thank you so much, Maria. We love our cobblers, too. I love that this one is sooooo easy, yet still soooooo yummy.

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  2. Looks delicious! If I don't have self-rising flour on hand, is there a combination of all-purpose flour and baking powder/soda I can use?

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    1. Hi, Kate! Yes, you can 'make your own' self-rising flour. According to the source I looked at, for 1 cup of all-purpose flour, add 1 1/3 tsp. baking powder and 1/3 tsp. salt ... then you'll have a similar mix to self-rising flour. Here's the source I referenced ... http://www.food.com/recipe/homemade-self-rising-flour-substitute-29318?scaleto=1&mode=null&st=true
      Enjoy!!

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    2. Thank you! I have a fridge full of berries so this will be dessert tomorrow night!

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  3. Strawberries are one of my favorite parts of Summer and your Strawberry Cobbler certainly does look scrumptious! Pinned ;) Thanks for sharing!

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  4. This looks amazing and your pictures are great! I love the short ingredient list. I'm hopping over from the link party!

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  5. I love strawberries and I love cobbler but for some goofy reason I never put the two together! I make a very similar recipe with peaches all summer long. This is a wonderful idea to get cobbler season going! Thank you. :)

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  6. I can't wait to pick strawberries this summer. This cobbler looks incredible. So glad I was able to get your card at the blog conference!

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  7. Looks wonderful! Stopping by from Thursdays Treasures~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  8. Yum!! We would love for you to share with our Kitchen Fun & Crafty Friday link party!:) Just put it up! http://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.blogspot.com/2013/05/kitchen-fun-crafty-friday-link-party.html

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  9. Looks mouth-watering! YUUUMMMEEEEEEE!! Thanks so much for sharing at Weekend Potluck.

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    1. Thanks so much for having me over for Weekend Potluck, Marsha!

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  10. I would love for you to share and link up at my weekly TGIF Link Party if you haven't already this week. The party is open every Thursday night and closes Wednesday's at midnight.
    http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/. AND starting Wednesday June 4th I will be hosting a Wordless Wednesday link party. Hope you will join us!
    Have a wonderful week!
    Hugs, Cathy

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  11. WoW! Looks so good and EASY!! I'm so glad we found your blog!! Thanks for linking up with us at One Sharendipity Place this weekend!
    Sue @thet2women.com

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  12. Yummy! I always make a blueberry cobbler, this strawberry one looks so good! If you get a chance, please share this on my linky party: http://suburbsmama.blogspot.com/2013/06/sunday-linky-party-10.html

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  13. Oh my heavens! Nothing better than hand picking your own berries. This cobbler is so gorgeous! I just had to share it on FB! Thanks for linking up at Thursdays Treasures.

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  14. Excellent Recipe. Not much better than fresh Lineberger's strawberries baked into a home made cobbler. Thanks Tracey.
    Don Wankel

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoyed it, Don! Thank you for stopping by to let me know!

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  15. Thanks Tracey this was so easy even I looked like a Domestic Godess ! And as you see Don Loved it !

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  16. Wonderful post, I’ve enjoyed it very much. I hope you don’t mind that I’ve reposted it at my linky gallery “The Blog POST OFFICE”. It’s a Reverse Linkly. The gallery is a lovely place being filled with great blog posts like yours and other fab bloggers. Drop by, I hope you’ll enjoy the POST OFFICE too. If you place a backlink of “The POST OFFICE” with your post, you may be considered for the “First Class Post” award.

    Thank you, have a SUNNY day, Victoria Lavender

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  17. YUM! Love the fresh strawberry dessert!

    Thanks for linking up to Super Sunday! Can't wait to see what you bring us next week! http://whoneedsacape.com/2013/06/super-sunday-party-1/

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  18. YUMMY! Would love to have you share your post at our Ladies Only Blog Share link party. Our theme this week is summer! Visiting from What's Shakin' hop!

    http://mommifried.com/ladies-only-blog-share-link-party-funtastical-summer/

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  19. Look at you go! Being pinned like crazy. I pinned it myself. I like the way you explained it and it looks like something I could make because unlike you, the kitchen is not my playground! It is my husband's playground, though!

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  20. My aunt would make a hot strawberry pie - have never been able to find the recipe but I think this would be very similar. I can not wait to make it! thanks for sharing! Looking forward to reading more on your blog!

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  21. I would like to know if you have other fruit cobbler recipes that you can share. I look forward to your responses.

    Thanks,
    Gee
    Golady2

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  22. Can you use frozen strawberries instead of fresh in the strawberry cobbler?

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  23. Hi Tracey, this cobbler was delicious and so easy. My husband is a retired Marine, and we were married in Jacksonville, N.C. in 1978. We were married in the magistrate's office. Our son was also born in Jacksonville. We were stationed there again from 1987-1990. Our daughter was born in Beaufort, S.C. in 1982, when my husband was a Drill Instructor at Parris Island. We love the Carolinas; esp N.C.

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  24. I tried it
    it taste really reaaaallly realllly yummy

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  25. I love strawberries and I definitely found the right page. I found you at Nifty Thrifty Sunday link party.

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  26. This sounds great, Pinned. I imagine this would be great with other berries too. Looking forward to trying.

    Cindy

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  27. This looks like a delicious Strawberry Cobbler! Hope you are having a great weekend and thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday!
    Miz Helen

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