Friday, June 26, 2015

Easy Summer Cobbler

Summertime at our house means outdoor meals and parties, and they usually call for simple recipes made with fresh fruits and veggies. My go-to dessert is often a fruit cobbler, made with peaches, blueberries, apples, or whatever fresh fruit is in season here in Michigan. Today, I’m sharing a quick, no-fail recipe for a cobbler that can be made with peaches, or as in the photo, with apples. (Makes four big servings, six small ones.)

Easy Summer Cobbler


¼ cup margarine or butter

4 cups fruit (peaches or apples)

½ cup sugar

1 Tablespoon plus 2/3 cup Bisquick

½ teaspoon cinnamon

3 teaspoons brown sugar

2 Tablespoons milk

Mix fruit, sugar, 1 Tablespoon Bisquick and cinnamon. Spoon into 1 quart shallow casserole dish. Mix remaining 2/3 cup Bisquick with brown sugar. Cut in margarine or butter until the size of a pea.

Stir in milk, drop by spoonfuls on top of fruit. Bake 400 degrees for 30 minutes. Serve with vanilla or cinnamon ice cream or whipped cream.
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  1. I have no idea what Bisquick is. Is it a packet biscuit mix?

  2. Yes Mary, Bisquick is a biscuit mix but there are tons of other ways to use it. Pancakes, for example. It comes in a box and can be found in the baking aisle.

  3. Thank you for this easy, delicious recipe! Yum!

    1. You're so welcome, Melanie. Enjoy your cobbler!

  4. Yummy! Strawberry Shortcake made with Bisquick is the best ever! My mom always made it that way & served it still warm from the oven with milk! My word!

  5. Sounds great. And now I'm hungry. :-)

  6. I have usedBisquick for many years , thank you for the cobbler recipe. Hope to make it soon as I haven't made cobbler in a long time