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Strawberry Cobbler

When I saw this recipe in Paula Deen’s magazine I knew I wanted to try it. I grew up picking and eating strawberries, yet I do not remember ever having a strawberry cobbler. We ate peach, blackberry, and other types of cobbler, but never strawberry.

All I can say is I am so glad I found this recipe. Strawberry cobbler will definitely be a dessert I make again during the spring and summer.

Like most cobblers, this recipe is quick and easy to make. I think it is best served warmed with a little ice cream, but feel free to eat it however you want to.

I did change a couple of things in the recipe, but we love what I came up with. Sorry Paula, I just can’t leave a recipe alone.

Am I the only one that had never heard of strawberry cobbler? Have any of you had it before?

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  1. Stumbled this! I’ve never heard of Strawberry Cobbler before! I have a bunch in my fridge that need to be used up, too.
    .-= Phoebe @ GettingFreedom´s last blog ..Mixed Berry Cream Muffins =-.

  2. My Mother-in-love mentioned this recipe when she was reading her newest Paula Deen magazine. I am looking forward to trying it soon!
    .-= Mommaofmany´s last blog ..Creamy Italian Dressing =-.

  3. YUMMMY! We just picked lots of strawberries and I made 2 differenet kinds of pies. This sounds so good. Just might give it a try…

  4. Dionne says:

    Strawberry Cobbler is new to me.

  5. It’s new to me. But I’m really glad you posted this recipe. I’m looking forward to making it when the strawberries are here are ripe in a few weeks.

  6. Jennifer says:

    Mmmm, this sounds yummy! We just went and picked fresh strawberries this morning!
    .-= Jennifer´s last blog ..Strawberry Picking =-.

  7. you know, I’ve never had strawberry cobbler either!! Thanks for posting this, I’m going to definitely give it a try! Sounds WONDERFUL!!
    .-= TidyMom´s last blog ..I’m Lovin’ It – My Mom =-.

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  9. This looks delish! I hope you’ll consider posting this at my blog where I have a vegetarian linky going on.
    .-= Melodie´s last blog ..Vegetarian Foodie Fridays: How To Make Vegetable Broth =-.

  10. Eileen says:


    I made Strawberry cobbler for the first time last year. My family loves it. I cannot wait to try your Paula recipe. Here is the recipe I use. It is unique because it has a crust. It came from posted by ratherbeswimmin’ #28619
    Fresh Strawberry Cobbler
    Serves 8 1 1/2 hours/20 mins prep
    1/4 cup butter or margine softened
    3/4 cup sugar
    1 large egg
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    1 1.4 cups all-purpose flour
    1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/2 cup milk
    3 cups fresh strawberries, cut in half length-wise
    1/4 cup flour
    1/4 cup sugar
    1/4 cup butter or margine, chilled

    beat 1/4 cup softened butter at medium;gradually add 3/4 cup sugar, beat well.
    Add egg & vanilla, beat well
    Combine flour, baking powder, & salt;add to butter mixture alternately w/milk beginning & ending w/ flour mixture
    spoon into 8 inch square dish
    arrange strawberries on top, cut side down
    Combine flour, sugar, butter w/ pastry blender until crumbly
    Sprinkle over strawberries
    Bake at 1 hour
    Serve w/ ice cream or frozen yogrut

  11. Wow! I’ve never had Strawberry Cobbler, it looks sooooooo good. I’m trying this for sure. thanks for sharing and Happy Foodie Friday!

  12. Nope, never heard of it – but it looks and sounds utterly awesome!! I just love cobbler! That Paula – she doesn’t disappoint!

    Thanks for sharing this tempting treat @ Foodie Friday!
    .-= Mrs. Jen B´s last blog ..P is for Pasta! =-.

  13. I’ve never heard of it either! We don’t have strawberries up here until a bit later & we always go picking so I’ll have to bookmark this and try it!
    .-= Michelle´s last blog ..Teacher Appreciation Week! =-.

  14. I have this in the oven now can’t wait to eat it!! I mean share it. ;o)

  15. How in the world did I miss this? This looks amazing Lynn!
    I’ve been eyeing Paula’s magazine at Wally World lately, guess I need to buy it.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  16. Thanks for sharing this! I purchased a 2 lb. basket of strawberries on sale so I just googled “strawberry cobbler” to see if there was such a thing. Sure enough – I found your recipe with oats (didn’t want a pie crust type cobbler). It’s in the oven now and I can’t wait to try it! I actually made two smaller versions since it’s only me and my husband and I’m freezing one – we’ll see if there’s a taste difference. Thanks again 🙂

  17. Wow, I have never heard of strawberry cobbler. I just brought some fresh ones home from the store and I have to try this! I just wonder if I can use Splenda in place of the sugar. Would anyone happen to know??

    Thanks so much!

  18. This looks absolutely amazing! Thanks for sharing.

  19. Made this Memorial Day, found it a little too sweet so next time I’ll be adding less sugar! Made a few changes and added it to my blog, sending them here to check out the original of course.
    Fantastic recipe and will be making it again and again.

    • Wow! Strawberry Cobbler sounds yummy. Obviously, fresh strawberries would be best, but I am wondering whether frozen strawberries would work, too. I have a huge bag (Costco) of plain, not sugared, frozen strawberries. Any thoughts?

      • I have made it with fresh strawberries, but it the texture is a little different. And you do need to add a little extra cornstarch to help thicken it more since frozen berries tend to have a little more water in them.

  20. Harriet Dodson says:

    I made this this weekend. IT IS GONE! Loved it and thanks for sharing 🙂

  21. This is in the oven now and while it smells delicious, I would recommend a pan bigger than 8×8 for future bakers, as it has dripped all over my oven now. Should’ve put a baking sheet under it, but I was being lazy and took a bad risk. Otherwise, the recipe seems great! Will update when I get to try some.

    • Update: it was delicious! And a huge hit. I’ll definitely be making it again in a larger pan. Thank you for the great recipe!


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