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I am always on the look out for more crock pot recipes. There is just something so comforting about the old crock cooking up something fabulous while I hang around in my pajamas reading a book and eating chocolate cheesecake. Ok, that never happens. Hanging around in my pjs reading a book, that is. Unless you count the few precious minutes I have to read a good book at quarter past dead, late, LATE at night when I can barely hold my eyes lids open. I know, I know. Cry me a river. 🙂 This is the stage of life I so find myself. Lots of people to care for…limited time for myself. It’s actually pretty great, you know. I won’t know what to do with myself when all of these little people grow up and leave me here alone with piles of unread books. Truly.

I’m not sure how you got me on to the topic of unread books, but this post is about crock pots.

Thank you.

Most of the time I rely on my crock pot when my day is booked solid and there isn’t enough time in the late afternoon to make dinner. I bet you all find yourself in that situation as well! What would a person do without a crock pot to simmer dinner away on those busy days. Todays recipe, however isn’t about dinner. It’s about a sumptuous, berry-licous, sweet and tart, dreamy Berry Cobbler. Made right in the crock pot! Who would have thought. This Berry Cobbler is absolutely wonderful. You need to be patient and let it sit for about 10 minutes after it’s done cooking. The ingredients need just a bit of time to sit and thicken up. Then dish your self a nice bowl with a scoop of cool vanilla ice cream on top.  Heaven!!! It’s really great cold the next day as well.

Now, let’s make some together. You, me and your trusty crock.


Crock Pot Berry Cobbler

Time: 10 min. prep + 2 1/2 hours cooking
Yield: 6 servings
Recipe lightly adapted from Chef-In-Training and Taste Of Home

1 C flour
3 T sugar
1 t baking powder
1/4 t cinnamon
1 egg
1/4 C milk (I used 1%)
2 T canola oil
4 C mixed berries (I used frozen)
1 C sugar
1/4 C flour
1/8 t salt


1. Grab a medium-sized mixing bowl and add to it 1 cup flour, 3 tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder and 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon. Toss it around a bit with a fork, making sure all of the ingredients are combined.


2. Into a separate bowl whisk one egg. Add to it 1/4 cup milk and 2 tablespoons canola oil. Stir it all up to combine.
3. Pour your dry ingredients into the egg/milk mixture.


4. Combine the ingredients with a fork, until they are combined.


5. Spray a 5 quart crock pot with cooking spray and spread the batter out along the bottom.


6. In a medium-sized mixing bowl place 1 cup sugar, 1/4 cup flour and 1/8 teaspoon of salt. Toss it around a bit to combine.


7. Now, find your self some berries. I like to use this frozen mixed berry blend from Costco.


8. Measure out 4 cups of frozen berries and place them in the sugar/flour mixture. Give them a nice stir to make sure they all get coated.
9. Pour the berries and sugar over the top of the batter in your crock pot.
10. Cover the pot and cook on high for 2 1/2 hours, or until the batter is cooked through.


11. When it is done cooking, unplug your crock pot and take the lid off. Allow the cobbler to sit for about 5-10 minutes. The juice from the berries will thicken up a bit more if you do this.

Serve with vanilla ice cream or yogurt. Refrigerate leftovers. It’s actually FABULOUS the second day eaten cold! Who would have thought. 🙂



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  1. I made this today; I happened to have a bag of the berries in the freezer. It was a big hit. My adult son and his girlfriend were here for dinner and my son had two helpings. I had printed the recipe to take into the kitchen and it went home with them. I’ll have to print another copy for myself!

    1. The way I take my recipes in to the kitchen if I don’t want to pin them (most of the time I do pin them to a secret Pinterest board I share with my teenager) is to copy & paste the directions on my MacBook into my notes. Those notes are connected to my ‘nots’ on my iPhone and so I can read them on my phone and I have them for next time. Alternatively, you can take a few screenshots and create an album on your phone with recipes you make often. 🙂

  2. Hi Jamie
    You are one of my favourite people on the planet!!! But being Swedish since 1972 ( born Dublin ) hundred years ago! I do not know what a crock pot is – that cobbler looks amazing and I’m wondering if you can use something instead of a crock pot to make this recipe?
    Actually I came on here looking for lentil recipe and ended up here. Will try your bacon lentil one !

    Ok Love from me and Sweden.

    1. Therese,
      How nice to hear from someone so far away! I hope you enjoy the lentil soup. 🙂 A crock pot is the same thing as a slow cooker. Hope that helps clear it up. Good luck!

      1. Jamie so nice to hear from you.It may not be of any interest but something urges me to say that you ‘may’ find my website of interest? Its about Galactic Family – our journey towards a new way of living on this planet which may culminate in a positive way very soon with new freedom for everyone. Ok this was just a thought that I followed through on – warm regards Therese Z

  3. I know you used frozen berries, did you thaw them first, or just go ahead and add them frozen? I want to make this tonight for FHE. Thanks for sharing.

  4. I made this for dessert tonight! I was looking for a cobbler recipe to use my Costco berries in. Thanks!

  5. I doubled this recipe today in a 7 quart crock pot and it worked great. Everyone loved it. It cooked in 2 1/2 hours. (I used frozen blueberries.)

      1. I also doubled this recipe and it turned out super yummy! Made for my Bible Study Class and there was no left overs ! Super hit ?, I used frozen berries .

  6. Can this cook on low by chance to extend the time? I’d love to put it in before church and eat it right after dinner which would be about 5 hours.

    1. Leanne,
      I haven’t ever tried cooking it on low. Not sure if that would work out or not. Sometimes crock pot desserts can be a little bit tricky, you want to be careful not to over bake it. I left a chocolate crock pot cake cooking while I was at church once, and it was totally burned when I got back. Let me know if you try this recipe and how it turns out. Good luck!