Monday, June 8, 2015

Easy Raspberry Cobbler

So, this is a recipe that came about because I had leftovers of things that I had to use, including some freezer burned raspberries and some biscuits that were on the verge of going bad on me (one was JUST starting to show signs of mold, so I quickly used the rest).  And so, this cobbler was born.

Just a word to the wise if you have powerful tasting raspberries?  This is going to make those raspberries super powered tasting when you apply heat, so, do yourself a favor and serve it with custard (as I did) or vanilla pudding.

This is super easy, though, and a great way to use up leftover biscuits.

Easy Raspberry Cobbler

  • 1 to 1 1/2 Cup(s) fresh or frozen raspberries (I used smaller frozen raspberries so I used 1 cup of berries, but if yours are bigger I'd go with 1 1/2 cups)
  • 3 TBS sugar (or more depending on how sweet you like it)
  • 3 to 4 leftover biscuits
  • Custard or vanilla pudding to serve
Combine raspberries and sugar in a saucepan.  Heat over medium heat until the raspberries break down into a syrupy consistency, stirring often.  Remove from heat.

Take leftover biscuits (and yes, I'm sure you could use those biscuits from a can if you are so inclined) and crumble them into the bottom of a 1 1/2 quart baking dish.  Don't crumble the biscuits too fine, though, as you want the biscuits to absorb the raspberry goodness!

Pour raspberry mixture over the biscuits in the dish and mix with a spoon to combine them well if needed.

Place in the fridge until chilled (or heck you could probably serve this warm if you wish.  I liked it chilled, though).
Serve with custard or pudding over the top of the cobbler. 


  1. Hi just found your blog via the prudent homemaker..that cobbler looks good..thanks for the recipe..i have a lot of raspberries left over from last year..

  2. That looks lovely! i have some leftover strawberries so might try a strawberry version :)
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    1. Strawberries would work well here, I think. It would taste kind of like strawberry shortcake in cobbler form. Sounds good to me!