Strawberry Cobbler Recipe

Strawberries are a favorite fruit in my house any time of year, if you are lucky enough to find them perfectly ripe, sweet, and delicious. Fruit Cobbler is another favorite of mine, especially when it's warmed up with a scoop of ice cream on top.

I've been known to polish off the leftovers the next morning for breakfast (Yes, warmed with ice cream! Go ahead, splurge! Life's too short, Eat dessert first!) I love it with peaches, but this recipe, courtesy of Old School Brand, the vendor that makes the Cobbler Mix in this recipe, is for strawberry cobbler.

Feel free to substitute your favorite berries like blueberries, black raspberries, or red raspberries. Try this cobbler recipe with peaches too. Prepare it while Sunday Supper is cooking and bake it while you are enjoying a meal with family. This delicious dessert will be warm and ready when you are done with supper!

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 ~Strawberry Cobbler Recipe~



  1. Wash and cap 1 quart of strawberries.  Depending upon size of the berries, cut them in half or quarters. 
  2. Toss in 1 cup of sugar.  Set aside
  3. Preheat oven to 325(F)
  4. Cut one stick (1/2 cup) of butter (or margarine) into slices. Place in bottom of 9x13 pan, (or distribute evenly between 4, 3x5 pans or soufflé dishes)
  5. Place pan/pans in the oven to melt butter
  6. After about 5 minutes, remove the pan with melted butter and tilt the pan to cover the bottom and sides with butter.
  7. In a mixing bowl, add one cup of milk to Old School Brand Cobbler Mix, and stir until blended.
  8. Pour batter into the baking dish on top of the melted butter.
  9. Drop sweetened strawberries by spoonsful on top of the batter, over the entire cobbler.
  10. Place on a cookie sheet and bake for approximately 50 minutes or until golden brown on top.
  11. Serve with whipped cream or ice cream, enjoy!

Note:  If making smaller-sized cobblers, prepare personal-sized pans (soufflé dish, disposable foil pans, etc.) as the directions note above with butter. Pour enough mixture so each pan is 1/3 full. Spoon strawberries over the mixture in each pan.  Smaller cobblers bake for about 35-45 minutes or until golden brown.

To Make Peach Cobbler follow the recipe above except:

  • For fresh peaches, wash, peel, and slice peaches. Enough for 3 cups of sliced fruit. Sweeten fresh fruit with about 1/2 cup of sugar.
  • For canned peaches, drain sliced peaches. You will need two small cans of peaches.
Recipe courtesy of our friends at Old School Brand 
Thanks also to our friends at Rada Cutlery for their utensils that make this recipe a breeze to prepare.

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