Mixed Berry Cobbler

These beautiful berry cobblers with fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries are best served warm with vanilla whipped cream or ice cream!

Mixed Berry Cobbler – Mini cobblers with fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries! Best served warm with vanilla ice cream! | thecomfortofcooking.com

Last Saturday, I hosted a delicious dinner party for eight good friends. As you know, nothing makes me happier than cooking for people I love, so it was lots of fun to have everyone crowded around the kitchen, eating and drinking, telling stories and sharing laughs.

Mixed Berry Cobbler – Mini cobblers with fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries! Best served warm with vanilla ice cream! | thecomfortofcooking.com

I’ll share our full menu on Friday, but for today, let’s just skip to the best part – dessert! After a scrumptious meal (if I do say so myself), we enjoyed these little gooey pots of mixed berry cobblers with fresh berries and vanilla whipped cream. It was heaven!

Mixed Berry Cobbler – Mini cobblers with fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries! Best served warm with vanilla ice cream! | thecomfortofcooking.com

A few days before the party, I tested a full-sized cobbler with the same dough but doubled, just to see how it would turn out. It was just as tasty, but if given the chance I’ll always go for mini, so that’s the way I served it instead. Dessert is so much cuter that way!

Mixed Berry Cobbler – Mini cobblers with fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries! Best served warm with vanilla ice cream! | thecomfortofcooking.com

The recipe for this big beauty of a cobbler can be found below. For the mini cobblers I used the same measurements as in my Mini Raspberry Cobblers, but instead used mixed berries. Reference that recipe and you’ll turn out the same great results!

Mixed Berry Cobbler – Mini cobblers with fresh strawberries, raspberries and blackberries! Best served warm with vanilla ice cream! | thecomfortofcooking.com

These little cutie cobblers made for a perfect end to a lovely evening spent with friends. They’re so versatile, too! If you don’t like mixed berries, use strawberries, blackberries or raspberries. You can even use peaches and mangoes. Throw some oats or coconut flakes into the dough. Do whatever you like – just make sure to enjoy these cobblers with some whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!

Mixed Berry Cobbler

Mixed Berry Cobbler

Yield: 8 mini cobblers, or one 13 x 9 cobbler

For the Mini Mixed Berry Cobbler recipe, reference my Mini Raspberry Cobblers. The measurements are the same – I just used mixed berries instead.


  • 1 tablespoon melted butter
  • 2 cups mixed berries, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries
  • 1/4 cup half stick unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 1/4 cups flour
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon table salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup warm water
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. With a pastry brush, coat the bottom of a 13 x 9 or large oval dish with melted butter. Evenly spread mixed berries on the bottom. Place dish on a lined baking sheet.
  3. In a medium bowl, mix butter, sugar, flour, milk, baking powder, salt and vanilla with a wooden spoon. Spoon batter over fruit and spread evenly.
  4. Mix remaining 1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 cup warm water. Pour evenly over dish. (This creates a golden brown crust and makes the fruit more soft and sweet)
  5. Bake for 50-55 minutes, until topping is golden brown and fruit is bubbling.
  6. Serve warm as is, or with vanilla whipped cream (recipe below) or vanilla ice cream.
  7. Enjoy!

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  1. Oh heavens. I’m drooling…

  2. Georgia, ALL of your cobblers are my dream dessert! Gorgeous and so beautiful!

  3. What a perfect way to round of a meal!

  4. I love your cobbler recipes! Will have to try this version soon over the weekend since I’ll be having some guests over. They’re going to be thrilled!

  5. I have been thinking about making a berry cobber with all of the wonderful berries at the market right now! This sounds absolutely wonderful. What a great recipe! Sounds like you had a fun party!

  6. Beautiful! I wish I could have spoon full from my screen!

  7. You have my mouth watering–this looks and sounds amazing!!! I love berry cobblers!

  8. These are so pretty! I want one right now!!…at 8 am.

  9. Now that’s the perfect way to end a meal! In fact forget the meal, I’m good with this. ;-)

  10. I totally agree – there is something about individual desserts that are just so much more fun to eat! I’m loving that napkin too – looks a little like World Market…

  11. omg, drooling!!! want these!

  12. Wow! Those look so good! I can’t wait until I can pick up blueberries and blackberries locally with my strawberries! These will be great this summer!!

  13. These berries are so gorgeous, and one of my favorite things about spring. Fresh berries just can’t be beat! These cobblers look amazing and I love the individual portions!

  14. YUM! My kind of dessert. love how simple it is to put together. your choice of berries is just perfect.

  15. I love love love cobbler! This looks delish!

  16. So this is the leftover cobbler you were talking about, I can’t even imagine not having this for breakfast, it looks so delicious and mouth watering, nice done!

  17. I love fruit desserts… I actually prefer them over chocolate! Cobblers, tarts, and crisps.. i love them all. This one combines some of my favorite fruits. :)

  18. Beautiful dessert! I love all of the fresh berries!

  19. Gorgeous! I just love your photos!

  20. Fruit cobblers are a wonderful way to showcase seasonal fruit. Beautiful!

  21. cobblers are the best in summers…
    I have been thinking of making one soon, I will try ur recipe…
    And I agree with you completely that single serving desserts have something special about them.

  22. Same here.. i love mini desserts!!! I wish we could get all these berries in India too.. maybe when the stone fruits come.. i can make a version of these!! :)) Beautiful!!

  23. I want to grab one and eat it!

  24. Very very healthy and interesting cobler !!

  25. Your pictures do make me glad that it is berry season. These look delicious and I love the individual servings! Well done.

  26. Thanks so much for your sweet comment, Georgia! These cobblers are just too cute – love the individual servings.

  27. What gorgeous cobblers! So colorful and pretty! I can’t wait for fresh local berries to hit my market!

  28. These are making me drool!! Love all the colors in this. Perfect for a dinner party!

  29. Anyway you want to serve this up, I’m willing to taste it and opt for a second helping. Looks wonderful.

  30. Yum! I think you & I are a lot alike: cooking for friends & people I love is so soul-soothing :)

  31. beautiful pictures, Georgia! I really need to get on this cobbler thing because these look really amazing ♥

  32. Your recipes speak to my soul.

  33. Cobblers are a favorite in our family. This would be perfect for spring.

  34. You’re right, the individual cobblers are so cute! I think I want to try them out both ways, just to be sure, though. :)

  35. these look amazing, georgia + perfect with summer’s fresh berries!

  36. There is so much summer love coming out of these fishes my friend – gorgeous :D
    Who can not have an awesome dinner party if these are the desserts! :)

    Choc Chip Uru

  37. I’m a cobbler sucker!! Looks great, mixed berry is my favorite combo!

  38. OMG.. I love your recipes..
    1. they are so simple.
    2. your pictures are always stunning.
    3. you don’t go crazy adding a ton of butter.. i love that. I’m so making this… I just bought little ramekins.. so I think I can make 2 or 4.. I’ll see. Thanks!!

  39. I’ve always been more of a crisp fan, rather than cobbler, but I am seriously craving cobbler now. This looks delicious, I love the mix of berries!

  40. I love mini desserts! You only feel half as guilty indulging. This cobbler looks fantastic and so simple too. Great pictures!

  41. Love the cobbler recipe, particularly with summer berries on the horizon! Oh, and how adorable are the matching ramekins? :)

  42. oh what a lovely idea to miniaturize a large cobbler for individual portions! perfect for a party and for ladies who are watching themselves ;) looks so good..i wish i were invited to that party!

  43. Nommm I’m a huge fan of blueberry cobbler, and I agree–dessert is so much cuter in mini form. Both look delicious though, and now you’ve triggered my sweet tooth…thanks a lot, ha!

  44. Oh gracious, that looks completely amazing!

  45. Mini desserts are so cute!! This looks so yummy and perfect for the berries of summer.

  46. Oh my, you have some lucky friends! This looks so delicious and pretty. Gorgeous photos! :)

  47. Oh Georgia you are killing me! Drool worthy.

  48. These look and sound delightful!! Just need a scoop of ice cream to make these perfection! Mmmmm….

  49. Berry cobblers are one of my favorite desserts and the minis are so cute, please pass the vanilla ice cream;-)

  50. That looks like heaven!! So yummy!!!

  51. I think that I just found my Memorial Day dessert. Those little cobblers look delicious!

  52. I’m drooling just looking at those photos!

  53. This looks divine! I love anything with berries in it…especially a cobbler! yum!

  54. This cobbler looks incredible, what a lovely dish! :)

  55. *yummm* I love mini deserts far better than the larger sized ones. :) there’s something special about not having to share lol … these look great!

  56. Those little cobblers are so cute, and perfect for summer! I agree, desserts are much cuter in mini form. Thanks for sharing.

  57. Oh Georgia, your pictures are beautiful and so inviting! I love cobblers…with any kind of fruit. But I especially love a dessert all to myself, so these mini cobblers are just perfect! Sounds like it was a fun night and looking forward to seeing what other scrumptious things you’ve made! : )

  58. I love, love, love all the colors in these cobblers! I’ve never actually made one, but it’s definitely on my plans this summer :)

  59. Looking at your berries my mouth just naturally water. You are good at making us hungry ALL THE TIME!!! Your kitchen must be filled with good food. The cobblers look excellent! I wish I have them in front of me. You know we always say it but I really wish!!!

  60. Georgia, you have inspired me to make berry cobbler tonight!! Yours looks incredibly tasty, fresh, and a perfect dessert. Lovely photographs!

  61. This look incredible! I really, really want this right now!

  62. There’s just something so pleasing about getting your own little mini dessert. Fruit cobblers are the best. I can’t wait to get baking!

  63. I love personalized dishes. Such a special touch for a dinner party. I’ll definitely be using my ramekins for this recipe. Yum!

  64. i have never ever been a fan of fruity dessert but this cobbler makes me want to lick the screen!

  65. I love mini individual cobblers — that way, I’m not forced to share it with anyone ;)

  66. Oooh! This looks so good Georgia! May have to try this one this weekend!

  67. That looks amazing! I recently made some cobbler but I tried making it too healthy. This looks, perfect though. And you’re right, mini versions are always cuter. Happy Friday to you! :)

  68. This is so beautiful! I usually only make peach cobbler, but I love berries so much, I definitely need to make this berry cobbler! I love the single-serving dishes, too!

  69. Congratulations on making the foodbuzz Top 9!

  70. Thanks for informing me – I didn’t even realize I had! :) Thanks everyone also for your very kind and considerate comments!

  71. Anonymous says:

    Can you use frozen berries? I’m on a seriously limited budget, and fresh fruit is so darned expensive.

  72. Congrats on top 9! This looks wonderful – just the type of dessert I love best. I’m pinning it right now to make sure I make it really soon!

  73. this is proof that summer is around the corner! putting this on the memorial day bbq menu! looks perfect!

  74. Anonymous – Yes, of course you can use frozen berries!

  75. These cobblers looks amazing! Would love to have this warm with a dollop of vanilla ice cream. I am crazy about fruit desserts.

  76. 5 stars
    Wow, I adore fruit desserts and these cobblers look fantastic!

  77. Really nice pictures – extremely good. And the recipe? Berries + cobbler = happy tummy! Good post – thanks.

  78. Cobblers just sneak their way into my soul – and btw, those ramekins, are those from World Market? I have about 8 of those red ones. They just make life better.

  79. You know it. I am not to be trusted in that store. I love everything they have!

  80. 5 stars
    OMG, these look so awesome! I loooove berry cobbler but for some reason never make it. Now I have a perfect reason to!

  81. 5 stars
    Your cobbler looks so good. I really love berry cobblers and mixing different ones together makes the flavors even better.

  82. What beautiful little cobblers! The perfect after-dinner dessert for the summer!

  83. 5 stars
    I looooveee berry cobbler and yours looks amazing. Such gorgeous photos too! :)

  84. I’m so glad you enjoyed these cobblers! Thank you so much for letting me know! :)

  85. Anonymous says:

    5 stars
    Made this today. HUGE HIT!!! Kids couldn’t wait for after dinner dessert, and since I couldn’t either, we had cobbler before dinner! Thanks for a fantastic recipe that will be a staple this summer!

  86. Delicious! I will make it soon..

  87. 5 stars
    I’ve made this 3 times in the last 3 weeks. I have not made them as individuals, but in one pan. I also made a half version. I have used a mix of fresh and frozen berries and included an apple that needed to be used. This is fantastic!!! I’m making it again tonight and will try it with monk fruit sweetner. :) Thanks for sharing it! It’s definitely my favorite cobbler recipe!!!

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