Slow Cooker Cobbler with ALL the Berries

Katie Jasiewicz | Katie's Cucina

Slow Cooker Cobbler, you ask? Slow cookers don’t have to be just for a main entrée - make your next dessert in the slow cooker and utilize fresh or frozen berries you have on hand!

Slow Cooker Cobbler Photo

I will be the first to admit that I always make main entrée dishes in the slow cooker. Very rarely do I ever make a side dish (minus my baked potatoes in the slow cooker), and I’ve never made a dessert in the slow cooker. But I’ve tried challenging myself lately and really crossing boundaries in the kitchen.

I live in Florida, and I’m lucky to have at my disposal berries year round. During the few months of the year I don’t have that luxury, I utilize the fresh berries from the past season that I froze.

Slow Cooker Cobbler Picture

I always make sure to stock up and freeze at least a few gallons of berries while they are inexpensive and in season; for day’s when I’m craving a fresh berry smoothie or even a cobbler like this one. There's nothing like knowing you have a freezer full of berries in the dead of winter to see you through. Believe it or not, we do get freezing temperatures down here in Florida.

I’ve made this berry cobbler in the slow cooker with both fresh and frozen berries. Each method I’ve tried has yielded the same perfect berry cobbler, so choose whatever berries you have on hand. For this particular incarnation I used strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries, but you can use whatever berries you like. Blackberries would be amazing.

The dough to the cobbler has just the right amount of sweetness. It’s not overpowering and works perfect with the berries. I love to serve a warm cobbler with a scoop of French vanilla ice cream.

Slow Cooker Cobbler Image

If you're looking for a tasty Sunday dessert or maybe you need a dish to bring to a potluck, I would highly suggest you make a berry cobbler in the slow cooker. Everyone will be not only impressed that you made dessert in a slow cooker, but will thank you for the warm and comforting dessert.

Don’t forget the ice cream! 

And if you're looking for dinner in the slow cooker too, don't miss Katie's Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup!

    1 Servings

Ingredients

  • 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour, divided
  • 1 1/4 cups granulated sugar, divided
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup whole milk
  • 4 tablespoons canola oil
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 4 cups frozen mixed berries, or fresh (strawberries, raspberries & blueberries)

Directions

  1. In a large bowl, combine 2 cups flour, 1/4 cup sugar, baking powder and cinnamon. Then add the eggs, milk and oil and stir until moistened (batter will be very thick). Coat the slow cooker with cooking spray then spread the batter evenly into slow cooker (I used a 6 quart).
  2. In a separate large bowl, combine the salt, remaining flour and sugar. Add the berries in the bowl and toss to coat. Pour on top of the batter in the slow cooker.
  3. Place the lid on the slow cooker and cook on high for 2 hours (or until a toothpick inserted into cobbler comes out clean). Serve immediately with French vanilla ice cream if desired.

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Source: Adapted from Taste of Home Magazine
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Katie is our resident one-pot meal fanatic, but you'll find that she's passionate about every kind of food, from dinners to desserts, on her blog Katie's Cucina.

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What size slow cooker-mine is 6 qt.? Thanks!

Amber
bluebonnetsandbrownies.com @ Linda S.

Linda, a 6 Qt slow cooker should work just fine.

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Do you have to use whole milk for this recipe, or can a lower fat or milk alternative be used for lactose intolerance?

Amber
bluebonnetsandbrownies.com @ Toni

Toni, you could use lactose free whole milk. I wouldn't substitute anything more than 2% milk. Skim and 1% would be way too thin.

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