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Simple and Sweetie Blueberry Cobbler

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    12

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Step 1
    Preheat oven to 350°F.

  2. Step 2
    Melt butter and pour into a 2.5-quart casserole or baking pan.

  3. Step 3
    Mix sugar, flour and milk. Pour mixture over butter but do not mix.

  4. Step 4
    Pour the LUCKY LEAF Premium Blueberry Pie Filling on top but do not mix.

  5. Step 5
    Bake for 1 hour.

What others are saying about this recipe

  1. Jack Mayer says:

    So easy but yet so good. I use 2 cans of Lucky Leaf Premium Blueberry pie Filling because more blueberries the better.

  2. Mary Neville says:

    Loved this recipe but I adapted to use gluten free flour. Turned out great! especially with the Lucky Leaf gluten free cherry pie filling. Thanks Miss Mary

  3. Catherine Haberland Seitzinger says:

    I added 1/2 cp. Cream cheese and reduced milk in half. Topped with crumbled Graham crackers.
    Added 1 egg to batter as well.

    Delicious!!

  4. Catherine Haberland Seitzinger says:

    I added 1/2 cp. Cream cheese and reduced milk in half. Topped with crumbled Graham crackers.
    Added 1 egg to batter as well. Oh, by the way, I used fresh blueberries

    Delicious!!

  5. Sherry says:

    Love this, easy and delicious! My changes in the recipe include adding some vanilla extract to the flour, sugar, milk mixture and topping off with a good amount of sprinkled sugar on top! Yummmm!

  6. JoAnn says:

    This looks very good. I’m going to go ahead and make it. Thanks!!!!!

  7. Alisha Bromfield says:

    Trying the cobbler!! Next time I’m going to check out all the comments and additions before I make it!! They all look so good!! I added vanilla and a little salt to my flour mixture and it tasted great before the over so crossing my fingers!!

  8. Dudie Sipe says:

    I had a can of blueberry pie filling, and looked up what I could make with it. I was amazed how such a simple recipe could turn into such a yummy desert. Everyone loved it, and it’s all gone!!! Thank you for sharing!

  9. Shelley says:

    Followed the recipe,plus added vanilla to the mix. I used a square glass baking dish, so reduced temp to 325. Very tasty!

  10. Bonnie Simon says:

    This blueberry cobbler is so easy and delicious!! It’s perfect with a couple scoops of vanilla bean ice cream.

  11. Ren says:

    Added 1 teaspoon of vanilla to the batter and used Gluten Free Flour Mix with the Lucky Leaf Organic Blueberry Filling! Tasted delicious although the filling didn’t sink down into the batter like I thought it would. It stayed on top. So I used a spoon to make holes in the dough to help it seep down into the crust. Was still delicious! Just wish I knew why the batter didn’t rise up around the filling as shown in the recipe picture. Other than that, it was great tasting for sure!

  12. Linda says:

    I had 2 cans & used Jiffymix.com and hand stretched it out and laid it squarely over butter in glass dish & baked @ 325 also. What took me so long to make this easy recipe! My 4 yr. Old Granddaughter can make this!! Seriously…so good!

  13. Linda says:

    I was browsing & came here! What took me so long to make this cobbler….guess it was about time. It’s so good & easy my grandchildren can make it! 4-12 you bet they can. It teaches them teamwork! Delicious!!!

  14. Cindy says:

    I cannot believe something so simple can be so good. I have played with it a little bit. But it is good as written. I saw where another baker added some cream cheese. I had about a half a package in the fridge and dropped little cubes on top before baking. A tasty surprise. I added Almond Extract to the batter and that took it to another level. Next time I will sprinkle a little sugar on top…
    I like that there is a little flexibility in this recipe, because sometimes I want a nice treat…but not bad enough to go to the store. I imagine a little oatmeal and brown sugar on top would not be bad…I know a side of ice cream or a glass of milk is good…This recipe is going in my handwritten book where I keep all my recipes that work for me. This one really works. I have some lemon pie filling…you think??

  15. S Hogan says:

    Absolutely delicious! Used blueberry pie filling. Added 1 tsp vanilla. Cut butter back to 5 T. Added 10 minutes to cook time.
    As soon as it came out of oven I brushed melted butter on top and sprinkled sugar on top of butter. I could have eaten the whole cobbler. It was so good!!!

  16. SuperCook56465 says:

    I was another that had it turn out like a gluey consistency. I do believe that if you stirred it a bit to bring some of the flour mixture to the top, it would cook better. This is a terrible recipe!

  17. Sophie Howard says:

    Be SURE to use self rising flour as directed – or Google how much baking powder & salt to add to plain white flour to leaven it, otherwise the battery will not rise!

  18. Linda says:

    Not my favorite. The butter and flour/sugar/milk mixture did not make a tasty base for blueberry. I will not make again.

  19. Kerry says:

    Rubbery! Followed exactly but crust was rubbery,, bland and we ended up throwing out.

  20. Bob says:

    This is great. Now try it with the Lemon filling. Even better!!

  21. charles daniels says:

    Love this recipe. i have used it for years. I add a little vanilla to the mix and sprinkle some brown sugar and chopped nuts on top.

  22. Jessenya says:

    I just made this. I had to make it in a round springform pan because my other pans have disappeared. Cook time took about 15 min longer, checking every five min. Also, mine did rise. The recipe calls for SELF RISING FLOUR. NOT all-purpose flour. I only had the latter so I added 1.5 tsp of baking powder and 1/4tsp of salt to flour mixture. I also didn’t use all the butter required. Delicious recipe if you pay attention.

  23. Peggy Dugan says:

    Delicious! I have made with blueberry and cherry and love it both ways! Always use lucky leaf premium pie filling the greatest!

  24. Cam says:

    This was amazing! I made it exactly how the recipe said and it was a big hit in my household! Will definitely make this again 😊

  25. Marky Garza says:

    I’ve used this recipe with many different fruit pie fillings & every one has been delicious! So easy & good!!

  26. Royia Grizzell says:

    Use SELF-RISING flour or it will not work. You can google how to make self-rising flour out of plain flour. It is what I do. This recipe is fantastic. I have made it many, many, many,many times. Always getting rave reviews. I have also used peach pie filling!!!

  27. Siti Nomaliza Azman says:

    Made this today and came out delicious. Definitely gonna make it again with vanilla ice cream. Thanks for the recipe 🙏

  28. Mrs. Kineston says:

    I’ve been making this recipe for over 35 years. At my home, reunions and other events. Today I plan to make it using peaches. It’s so easy peasy!

  29. Anita says:

    Tried blueberry once and peach tonight. Both are delicious. Definitely my go to cobbler recipe now!!!!!

  30. Christina says:

    Wow! I think the folks who had a failed batch did not pay attention to the Self rising flour-not all purpose flour. I’ve used lemon and blueberry, next I’ll do peach. Lucky Leaf is far superior to other canned pie fillings. Compare the ingredients on the labels!

  31. DebbieHuddy says:

    I have made this with fresh fruit we get from market. I have made every night for 2 weeks since my husband found this recipe. Absolutly delicious.

  32. Carmie says:

    I’ve made with the mixed berry filling and it was excellent. My daddy’s favorite desert was homemade cobbler and he gave this a big thumb’s up. Making again this Thanksgiving in his memory.

  33. Jenn says:

    So glad I read the comments first! This recipe turned out GREAT, here’s what I did;
    • added baking powder to my all-purpose flour (!!)
    • added 1/4 nutmeg to the flour mixture
    • added 1 tsp vanilla to the milk
    • sprinkled brown sugar and walnuts along the top

    Basically, it was a greatest hits compilation from the comments here, and it saved me. My dinner guests and I absolutely loved this cobbler.

  34. Darlene says:

    I needed to read the comments first.
    Mine was also gooey and looked like butter frying in the oven.
    I need to tweak it …

  35. Wanda Smith says:

    My Aunt Louise made cobbler used 1 cup Flour
    1 cup milk
    1 cup sugar
    1 stick butter
    Mix flour, sugar add milk mix pour in pan with melted butter. Pour fruit over flour mixture.add brown sugar over and pecans on top.

  36. Ret says:

    Made this tonight with the recipe on the mixed berry pie filling can and it was delicious! So simple, yet so good!

  37. Carolyn Bailey says:

    Outstanding recipe! Make sure you add salt and baking powder if you’re using all purpose flour. I added some lemon zest and juice because I love the combination of blueberry and lemon. Turned out perfect! “Mom wins” are everything!

  38. marge says:

    luv these recipes

  39. Laura says:

    Make sure your flour is ”””self rising””’.. If not, add a teaspoon of baking powder and a half teaspoon of salt for every cup of flour… Those complaining of a rubbery texture probably just used regular all purpose flour.. Just a heads up!!

  40. Maggie says:

    Very good recipe. Really simple but really delicious.

  41. Phyllis says:

    How do I use this blue berry cobbler recipe to serve 40 people and what size pan would I need? Also, how much cooking time would I need to add? Thank you so much.

  42. Gayle says:

    I just made this for a church potluck. It looks delicious. I’m sure it will be yummy. Wish I could include a picture. It is beautiful.

  43. Barbara Campbell says:

    I went exactly by the recipe but doubled the ingredients and used a 4-qt. dish. It was delicious! Thank you!

  44. Tammie says:

    Can you make it with can biscuits?

  45. Carolyn J Nickerson says:

    Simple and sweet – I used home canned blueberries, added some cornstarch to the juice, and a little cinnamon, vanilla powder, and orange zest. Served with freshly whipped heavy cream and a dash of cinnamon and sugar. Delicious! Thanks for the idea!

  46. Gail says:

    I followed the recipe exactly. It came out gluey also.

  47. Pateicia says:

    This recipe requires self rising flour. If you don’t have self rising flour, it’s very easy to create a substitute. Below is the recipe.
    Substitute For 1 cup self rising flour:

    Self Rising Flour​

    If you’re in a pinch for a self-rising flour, take one cup of all-purpose flour and add 1 and 1/2 half teaspoons of baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon of salt. Mix them together with a whisk or sift together twice to be sure they are mixed. Then add it to the recipe that calls for 1 c self rising flour. 😊mine is rising above the blueberry pie mix beautifully!!

  48. Strawberry Rhubarb version says:

    My daughter asked for a strawberry rhubarb cobbler. Found these products and then the blueberry cobbler recipe. Just changed from the 21 oz. Can of blueberry to the strawberry rhubarb can and no other changes. Turned out perfect,

  49. Dayna says:

    This was very good. I’m glad I read the comments. I had all purpose flour so I had to add 1-1/2 tsp of baking powder and 1/4 tsp salt so it would act like self-rising flour.
    I used blueberry canned pie filling. I added 1/2 package of softened cream cheese and used half of the milk and sugar called for.
    I added 1 tsp vanilla extract, 1/4 tsp of cinnamon. I did not have the right size casserole but I will buy one soon.
    This was a very easy and tasty cobbler. I’ll try it with apple next time. Thank you for the recipe.

  50. KUHLAYA K BURRIS says:

    FUN, EASY, TASTY

  51. Linda Wilson says:

    Did not work at all. Way too much butter. Batter did not rise over blueberries. Have never had this issue with other cobbler recipes.

  52. Dawn says:

    Followed directions exactly. Dough part wasn’t soft and kind of gluey. If I would change it I would spray pan first and bake for only 45 minutes maybe.

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