Mini Raspberry Cobblers


After being together for almost nine years, I’ve heard most of my husband’s stories. After the twelfth telling of an old family joke, even the good storyteller in him begins to lose me. However, I do have ones I can hear over and over again. One of my favorite stories of his is about raspberries.

Raspberry Cobbler Recipe

When Mark was a little boy he visited the home of his grandparents, Florence and Frank, and trumped through their garden ripe with blossoming roses and a big raspberry bush bursting with berries. One of his favorite memories is of picking raspberries off of that bush and popping them in his mouth, tasting that they were still warm from the sun. Later, when his mom bought raspberries from the store, he tried one and spat it out. “These are cold!”, he said.

As an adult, my “picky” husband still loves raspberries but only if they’re room temperature or baked into a homemade dessert. Fine with me!

Homemade Whipped Cream

So, that’s why I made him this raspberry cobbler. Because I love that story. Because we both love juicy, melt-in-your-mouth raspberries. And because there is nothing better in the springtime than a dessert made with fresh fruit and lots of love.

Individual Raspberry Cobblers

This raspberry cobbler is sweet but slightly tart, which makes for a delicious combination with the soft, cakey top crust. These single-serving desserts are sensationally easy to make, and lots of fun when served in individual ramekins with a dollop of freshly whipped cream.

Raspberry Cobbler

Garnish them with a berry, serve with a couple of spoons and treat your sweetheart to a super delicious, simple and fruity dessert that’s full of love this spring!

Mini Raspberry Cobblers

Mini Raspberry Cobblers

Yield: 4


  • 1 cup fresh raspberries
  • 2 Tablespoons unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 4 Tablespoons 1/4 cup sugar, divided
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon table salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup warm water


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line 4 ramekins with raspberries (about 9 each) and place on a lined baking sheet.
  2. In a medium bowl, mix butter, 2 Tablespoons sugar, flour, milk, baking powder, salt and vanilla with a wooden spoon. Spoon a heaping tablespoon of batter over fruit and spread evenly.
  3. Mix remaining 2 Tablespoons sugar and 1/4 cup warm water. Pour evenly over each ramekin.
  4. Bake for 28-30 minutes, until topping is golden brown and fruit is bubbling.
  5. Serve warm with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

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  1. What a nice story. I’d love to go through a garden with blossoming raspberries.

    These mini cobblers are just darling. I don’t have any raspberries on hand but I do have about 8 lb of fresh strawberries sitting in my fridge so I’m definitely making these tomorrow! :)

  2. Such a cute story and such a delightful dessert to go with it!

  3. These are stunning! Love this idea!

  4. looks so great!! I would have it for dessert tonight if I could… mmmmmmmm

  5. What gorgeous little individual servings of loveliness.
    :-) Mandy

  6. Love your pictures Georgia. This recipe comes together so quickly, it could be dangerous. In a good way of course!!

  7. Those look amazing, Georgia! I’ll be over in a little bit, hope you saved me some!!

  8. aww what a cute story and a lovely dessert to go with it! looks gorgeous and delicious! i can actually taste the tart raspberries in my mouth! yum :)

  9. These look wonderful! I love individual desserts.

    Thanks for the tasty recipe!

  10. What a creative idea! Plus, any dessert with fruit becomes health food in my book. :-)

  11. I love childhood memories that involve food. This looks so perfect, Georgia. For some reason, everything is always better in mini-form. Yum!

  12. That is a funny and very cute story! Your cobblers look wonderful.

  13. These are beautiful Georgia!! :)

  14. Mmmmmm! This cobbler is almost too beautiful to eat! Notice the almost! ;-)

  15. Anonymous says:

    I just picked up TONS of raspberries at the store. Guess it was meant to be! Looks delish, it’s on my list to make today!

  16. these turned out so pretty, + what a fun story about your husband!

  17. Hi Georgia, thanks for stopping by my blog. These mini raspberry cobblers are so cute! I love berries straight from the source as well. I’m fortunate to have a blueberry farm nearby, and those slightly warm berries are the best!

  18. Cute story! The cobblers look amazing! Pretty pictures.

  19. Aww, very sweet. I’m thinking I need 2 of these for breakfast.

  20. Very cute story :) I love fresh fruit cobblers but have never done one with raspberries. Great idea!

  21. I am glad you could target the exact temperature required for raspberry consumption for your hubby. cute story ! these little cups are a perfect combination of sweet and slightly sour. Yum Take care, BAM

  22. Gorgeous and summery! My boyfriend wants some, like, right now! lol

  23. Haha!! That’s too funny, but I guess everyone has their preference re the temperature of food. These cobblers look and sound fabulous, Georgia. Love your photos too, of course! ;)

  24. Cute story! I’ll eat raspberries any ol’ way…but pie and cobbler top the list! Yours look amazing, Georgia!

  25. What a great story! I love raspberry desserts.. these look incredible!

  26. Aww, I understand him! I picked raspberries off a bush and ate them that way too. It’s true that it doesn’t quite have the same feel when they’re grocery store-cold.

    Cobbler sounds delicious right now. Well, truth be told, it will always sounds delicious!

  27. Oh, wow! These look awesome! My husband adores raspberries and I can;t wait to make these cobblers!

  28. Those mini cobblers look delicious! I am a big fan of raspberry desserts.



  29. Who doesn’t love raspberries! These cobblers look divine!

  30. Your cobblers do look delicious! I am getting to where I like raspberries more than strawberries. It seems like strawberries got bigger as time went on and in that process has lost a lot of their sweetness. I hope the same fate is not planned for raspberries!
    Fluffy cake, berries and cream-hard to resist. Your pictures are fantastic too!

  31. I love these mini cobblers. They look divine! Warm cobblers with a dollop of vanilla ice cream-WOW.

  32. Georgia, these mini cobblers look delightful! i’m so excited for the fruits coming in season soon. i just love berries :)

    im so excited about all of your “mini” recipes lately. i’ve bookmarked a few including these and those cucumber bites! i love anything bite sized.. i can eat more of them :)

  33. These look divine! And I love that they are mini :)

  34. These look so delicious – and perfect little individual sized portions!

  35. What a sweet little story Georgia, I love raspberries also. Beautiful spring time dessert.

  36. Both post and dessert are as sweet as each other my friend :D

    Choc Chip Uru

  37. Looks delicious! Your photos are gorgeous too!

  38. Love raspberries, love this recipe and Im following you!!

  39. What a sweet story! For some reason I’m imagining that raspberry bush goldenly illuminated by the evening sun. Oh my, guess I just really miss summer, hence the overly dramatic image in my mind. ;)

    Your cobblers look just perfect!

  40. Such a great story! I wish I had a raspberry bush to pick from. I’d have to say eating raspberries in your cobbler looks like the perfect way to enjoy them.

  41. Too funny. I don’t think I’ve ever had warm raspberries before outside of a dessert. Can’t wait for them to be in season around here!

  42. Warm berries are the best! You have no idea how much I want one of these right now. Beautiful & delicious!

  43. This raspberry cobbler looks sensational! Your husband is the luckiest man on earth!

  44. Ohhh goodie. I love that these are mini…I won’t feel as bad eating them ;)

  45. I adore cobbler…and love it even more when it’s portion controlled! Saving this one…love the combo of tangy and sweet…

  46. What a perfect story! I like raspberries too, but hardly ever buy them. Question though – do you wash them out of the package? I have trouble with them getting slightly soggy if I wash them.

  47. Spells out SPRING in big bold letters…I will definitely try this!

  48. He was so right, sun-warmed berries riped from the garden are the best!

  49. Hahaha! That’s quite a story. I haven’t ever eaten warm raspberries and it almost feels weird. You did great by making these cobblers. They look just fantastic.

  50. Love this Georgia! I tend to think of cobblers as more of a wintery dessert but with fresh raspberries………… yum, you’ve changed my mind!
    Oh, and I use to sneak those raspberries from my aunt’s garden too, still warm from the summer sun – I agree with your husband – there is nothing like it! :)

  51. Hi Georgia! What a lovely story. :-) We love raspberries too. This looks like a perfect dessert. Your presentation is beautiful and I like how you put the pictures together.

  52. Awwww…

    Raspberries are one of my favorite berries. I could eat them until I made myself sick (I probably shouldn’t admit that).

    Gorgeous cobblers. I love your work.

  53. I know what your husband means. I used to go berry picking when I was little and yes, the berries warmed by the sun were so superior to the ones that come from the cool room of the supermarket. Your dessert looks wonderful xx

  54. @ Miranda – Yes, I rinse raspberries lightly right before I use them and then pat dry. As with most fruits, you should never rinse and then refrigerate as it speeds up the ripening process!

  55. Beautiful!!!
    I know exactly what ur husband means, fresh picked berries are so full of flavors and yes they are warm……
    This cobbler look delicious!!!!
    Love the colors…Beautiful!!!

  56. Haha, I agree with your hubby, fruit should be fresh and warmed by the sun. ;-) These little cobblers are adorable!

  57. I’ve just stumbled upon your blog and i ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!

  58. Wow! I love these sweet colorful little cobblers;-)

  59. This was delicious and very easy! Thank you! Greetings from the Netherlands.

  60. Georgia, these are stunning! And I totally know what you mean about hearing old family stories over and over–my husband’s family tells the same ones incessantly.

  61. I love mini-everything. These look scrumptious!

  62. I have a total soft spot for childhood flavors and any dessert made mini :) Love these!

  63. I love it! It’s like one of this dishes that warms your heart and you never get tired of them. Besides sun-warm raspberries say Spring like nothing else. Have a wonderful weekend!

  64. raspberries are my weakness. a fabulous recipe!

  65. I LOVE the tart-sweet of raspberry desserts, so your husband and I agree on that! These cobblers look so tasty. Love that they’re perfectly portioned!

  66. Aww these are adorable!!!

  67. I love cobbler. I love the idea of making them in individual dishes, too!

    I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award! Check it out here:

  68. Thanks for a great recipe:) I was just thinking the other day I needed to make a berry cobbler. I really like the idea of making individual ones. I will be making this soon:) Again, Thanks for a great post!

  69. Hi, Georgia. I’m stopping by to give you the versatile blogger award. I absolutely adore your site and all of your recipes. Your photos are stunning. Thanks for sharing your talent.

  70. Love your blog! I want pie now…

  71. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the idea of making individual desserts and this one is perfect! Thanks for sharing :)

  72. Rachel Cooks (formerly Not Rachael Ray) says:

    These look so great–love your photos!

  73. This looks de-lightful! I can’t wait until our raspberry season hits. :)

  74. I always love fruit crisps so much that I forget about the cobblers! These are so adorable and delicious looking. I am SO ready for berry season on the east coast! It can’t get here fast enough!

  75. Delicious cobblers!! I love raspberries and that’s a beautiful styling :)

  76. that is such a cute story. come to think of it i like room temperature berries, else the coldness and the tartness is too much for me. this is a great recipe, saving it.

  77. What a sweet story :) I prefer my berries warm as well…or in a beautiful treat like this one!

  78. Sweet story and sweet dessert in honor of such a story! :) Looks absolutely delicious and I love how cute they are in their mini-size.

  79. I love using my ramekin dishes. Thanks for a great recipe to try :)

  80. Would it work if I scale this recipe down to one serving and pop it in the microwave?

  81. You can try scaling these cobblers down to one serving, but I wouldn’t recommend microwaving it to bake it. You can warm them up in the microwave, though.

  82. Wow these cobblers look perfect! I can’t wait until our raspberry patch is ripe, one of my favorite flavors in the summer!

  83. Just made these with fresh berries – blackberries, red and white raspberries – and it was so yummy! Thank you for a great recipe, I can’t wait to make it a staple dessert in our house :)

  84. Thank you so much for sharing your funny story and a delicious-looking recipe! Now I know why I bought a whole set of mini ramekins!

  85. These are awesome! My go to dessert to impress guests.

  86. My wife and I moved into a new home this past winter. We discovered a well-established raspberry patch in behind the garage. My wife loves to bake and suggested I find some recipes to try out since we’re going to have a whole lot of raspberries soon! I’ll be bookmarking this one for her.

  87. Was looking for a simple raspberry cobbler recipe and just made this and it was SO good! Husband loved it so much too. Thank you! Will make again :)

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