Red, White & Blue Cobbler

Thanks, Driscoll’s, for supplying me with fresh raspberries for my Red, White & Blue Cobbler.

Memorial Day and July 4th are right around the corner and my thoughts turn to all things red, white and blue!  When I received a coupon from Driscoll’s, I knew I wanted to make a quick and easy patriotic dessert.

Red, White & Blue Cobbler

Family owned for over 100 years, Driscoll’s is passionate about growing premium fresh berries. Their strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries and organic berries are sweet, juicy and naturally wholesome. Packed with antioxidants, fiber and vitamins, they’re a healthy treat for any time of the day. If you’re looking for berry recipes, including healthy berry recipes, visit www.driscolls.com/recipes for recipes, meal inspiration and more.

My cobbler is so easy to make and ready in under 20 minutes because the berries are cooked on top of the stove and the sugared stars are actually made from canned biscuits.

Red, White & Blue Cobbler

Red, White & Blue Clobbler

During the winter, I make traditional cobbler in the oven, but once summer arrives, it’s too hot to have the oven on for very long at a time.  I like this version of cobbler because it’s not too overly sweet and the berries really are the stars of the show!

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Red, White & Blue Cobbler
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Ingredients
  • 1 pt. fresh Driscoll's raspberries
  • 1 pt. fresh Driscoll's blueberries
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon lemon juice
  • 2 cans refrigerated biscuits
  • 1 Tablespoon sparkling sugar (or regular sugar)
  • Vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, optional
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 400º.
  2. Combine first 4 ingredients in a medium saucepan.
  3. Cook over medium-high heat for 8 minutes or until bubbly and the sugar dissolves.
  4. Remove from heat.
  5. Separate biscuits and flatten slightly. Cut with a 3-inch star-shaped cookie cutter and place on a baking pan sprayed lightly with cooking spray.
  6. Sprinkle with sugar, pressing slightly.
  7. Bake for 8 minutes or until lightly browned.
  8. Spoon berry mixture into bowls. Top with biscuits.
  9. Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

You can also make berry turnovers with this recipe.  I baked a couple with some leftover berry mixture and biscuits.  A scoop of vanilla ice cream would compliment the turnovers beautifully!

Raspberry Turnovers

And here’s my serving of cobbler right before I ate it.  Yum!

Berry Cobbler

What’s your favorite berry?

 

 

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Comments

  1. Robin Rue (@massholemommy) says:

    My favorite berry are blueberries. This cobbler sounds amazing, too. Can you believe I have never had a cobbler before? Crazy, right?

  2. Blueberries are my absolute faves. What’s not to love about them? I have not tried any blueberry dish that isn’t good plus they always look good in photos. And, they’re my favorite antioxidants.

    PS.
    Your Red, White, & Blue Cobbler is mouthwatering .. looks sinful but I’m sure it’s super good!
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  3. Well that is a really cute way to serve cobbler. It won’t be long until the 4th of July is here… this would make a great dessert to serve.
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  4. In my opinion, you can NEVER have too many berries. This looks like the perfect way to celebrate Memorial Day!
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  5. Just in time for the upcoming holidays this is so cute and very colorful I would just want to take pictures of it all day long.
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  6. That is one pretty cobbler! Thanks so much for the awesome recipe. Nothing says summer like a fresh berry cobbler!
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  7. I like those turnovers the best. My favorite berries are Strawberries but I like blueberries and strawberries mixed together also.
    I’m read for the red, white and blue season!
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  8. I love berry season! My favorite is probably blueberries though I like them all 🙂 I’m pinning this to make this berry season! Thanks for sharing 🙂 I love easy recipes!
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  9. Oh yum! I love that your cobbler is not not baked and sounds so easy with just a couple ingredients!
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  10. That’s the most delicious looking cobbler I’ve seen in years! I can’t wait to give this a try. Yum!
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  11. These are some wonderful pictures!
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  12. Your photos make me want to eat all of the cobbler! YUM!!!!!
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  13. Looks so yummy! I love cobbler – usually it’s apple for us, because that’s the only fruit we can all agree on, lol! I do love berries though, especially blueberries and raspberries!
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  14. What a great dessert! I love how pretty it is and I bet it tastes as good as it looks!
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  15. Strawberries are my favorite. I also love wild blackberries. They grow almost everywhere back in my hometown. During the summer we just stop the car by that side of road, get out and pick berries.
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    • I LOVE wild blackberries and plums! I don’t see them like I did when I was growing up. We’d pick a paper bag full of blackberries and mama would make cobbler. Oh, my!

  16. Aww, I love the star shape! I can’t believe that is just canned biscuits cut into shapes. They’re positively perfect! I think a couple of my kiddos would like this, they like fruit a lot more than I do.
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  17. My favorite berry is the strawberry. I’d love to toy around with a few more recipes this summer. I think I’d do OK with something simple like the turnover. Send over a few well wishes, I really want to try these.
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  18. I LOVE how this turned out! So bright and festive!
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  19. Oh men, do these look tasty. I am always on searching for good berry recipes since we love berries over here. Thanks for this recipe and for the above links to the website:)
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  20. That looks too delicious for its own good. I need this cobbler in my life right now!
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  21. This cobbler looks amazing!! I love how patriotic it is, will be perfect for bbqs this summer.

  22. Alli this is so festive. I love making cobbler! My favorite is a a recipe from my dad for a Cherry Cobbler!
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  23. That dessert is beautiful!! So pretty and fresh, perfect for any summer get together!
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  24. The cobbler looks so yummy, I would love to have that! The cookies are also super cool to, love the star shapes.

  25. I love all berries!! Your recipes are so doable for me. I love them and this makes my mouth water. Again, I’m printing this off Yay!!
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    • Thanks, Mary! I like this particular cobbler because it’s easy and it’s not overly sweet and that leaves room for a big scoop of vanilla ice cream. 🙂

  26. That looks so good! It has been ages since I have had cobbler. That shall change soon!
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  27. I’m curious where they get their fresh berries from. Do they source it from their own farm or they have a trusted supplier that provides the berries for over a century now?

  28. Yum! This is amazing. I love the little stars. My kids are huge berry freaks. I’m not so much a berry fan, I know it’s weird to say but I’m more of a banana/grape gal. That said I may have to try this for my kiddos!
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  29. Bonnie @ wemake7 says:

    Oh yum yum yummy! I love blueberries, have some in my juice right now. =) I can’t wait to make this recipe!

  30. I think this looks delicious. I love how it would easily fit into a holiday theme too.
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  31. That cobbler looks absolutely delicious! I love how creative you are with it’s presentation!
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  32. What a pretty and delish-looking dessert! I have a sweet tooth, but I’ve never had this kind of cobbler before. I only had the peach cobbler. I certainly would love to give this a try.
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  33. My favourite berry is the raspberry! I love that they grow about ten minutes away from my house at a farm so we get fresh ones in the Summer. I wish we had canned biscuits in the UK though, this looks amazing!

  34. You make such great food Alli. I just want to grab that cobbler right off from my screen so I can eat it lol.
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  35. Rebecca Swenor says:

    These red white and blue cobbler and the turnovers sounds so delicious. I will have to make them both for sure. The pictures look so amazingly delicious. Thanks for sharing.

  36. these are absolutely delicious looking! I’m a sucker for a good cobbler recipe! Thanks for posting!!

  37. Alli that is a fantastic recipe and the entire pastry looks incredible too! I usually try to do a cherry-pie dump cake, but yours is more appetizing! Thanks for sharing!
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  38. Oh wow! That looks so good! I love berries! My fave would probably be raspberries, but I also love blackberries and strawberries, A LOT. I love all berries, though. Thanks for the recipe!
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  39. Oh my that looks really good! I love berries, I love them all! And this recipe is definitely something I would try.

  40. CourtneyLynne says:

    Ooooo this looks absolutely delicious! I was just on Pinterest searching for a Memorial Day desert & all I had to do was look here lol

  41. You have me ready for July 4th already! I am loving all these patriotic treats!
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  42. Brilliant! I would have never thought to make it this way, with the stars and all. So much fun!

  43. This is just such a genius idea! Love using the cookies on top instead of the typical cobbler top crust!
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  44. Perfect desert all summer long. Driscolls is what we use when we can’t get local and they are almost always perfectly ripe and delicious!
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  45. What a beautiful cobbler recipe perfect for the 4th of July!
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  46. Love this! Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty – We hope to see you again soon! The door is OPEN!
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  47. OMG I love how you made this look so pretty. My mouth is watering! thanks for sharing such an inspiring dessert for the holidays! Visiting form Home Matters Linky Party! 😉 Pinning for sure!!
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  48. These looks like a tasty treat! I love how you’ve used fresh berries for it!
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  49. WOW – this looks amazing! I might have to add this to my 4th of July menu!

  50. This looks so delicious and sweet. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty.
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