Berry Cobbler in a Crockpot

Berry Cobbler in a Crockpot

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I like to use my crockpot year round but find I especially use it in the wintertime when grilling is pretty near impossible for us.  I also love a good warm cobbler.  A few weeks ago my sister-in-law and her family were visiting and she bought fresh blueberries.  They were so good! When she left we had some blueberries that I didn't want to go bad so I decided to make a Crockpot Cobbler using the fresh berries along with some frozen mixed berries.  The dessert was delicious! It would have been better if I had ice cream but I didn't feel like going out to get some so maybe next time!

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Berry Cobbler in a Crockpot

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  • Combine flour, ¾ cup sugar, baking powder, salt, and cinnamon.
  • Combine eggs, milk, and oil.
  • Stir the above into the dry ingredients until moistened.
  • Spread the batter evenly over bottom of greased slow cooker. I use a cube of butter to grease my crockpot rather than a spray.
  • In saucepan combine berries, water and ¾ cup sugar.
  • Bring to a boil and then remove from heat.
  • Pour hot berry mixture over batter in crockpot.
  • Cook on high for 2 hours or until toothpick inserted in batter comes out clean. Turn off cooker and allow to set for 30 minutes before serving.
  • This would have been delicious with vanilla ice cream but in lieu of that I used some Cool Whip and nobody complained. 😉

As with any of my recipes, calorie counts and nutritional information varies greatly depending on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish.

Author: Mary Beth

I'm starting to cook and bake again (yay!) so I hope you'll stop by for more recipes in the upcoming weeks and months.  If you have a request for any specific crockpot recipe or other recipe just let me know and I'll try to pull together something just for you.

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  1. Brilliant idea, I love a crockpot you can't beat cooking in one 🙂

  2. MB
    This sounds as sweet as you are!! I can't wait to try it; I've been talking for a long time about finding good crockpot recipes and using the thing more often, but just haven't gotten around to it.

    One question: my son in law is allergic to cinnamon; I can just leave that out with no problem, yes?


    1. Mary Beth says:

      Hello Aunt Bee!!!! Giant hugs to you ~ you certainly can leave the cinnamon out. 🙂

      I hope all is well with you and your wonderful family.

      miss you much ~ hugs