10 Comments / Reviews

  1. Kay McCausland

    2 TBSP brown sugar are listed in the topping ingredients but I don’t see where it is added to the mixture.

  2. Mikutech

    Hi Elise,
    This cobbler is by far the best cobbler recipe I have ever made! I used 8 cups total (following your recipe measurements) of a combination of peaches, strawberries, and blueberries (because that is what I had on hand). Delightful!
    Your cobbler topping is amazing. The almond extract gave it a “special” flavor…something that made me (and the hubby) crave another helping!
    Thank you for sharing. I have made several of your recipes and they have all turned into my personal favorite recipes that I use for entertaining and everyday cooking. Amazing!

  3. Kyla

    I made this last night for a family gathering. It was a huge hit! I substituted fresh marionberries and peaches from my local farmer’s market. The biscuit topping was light and moist and the fruit mix was sweet but not overpoweringly so.

    This recipe is definitely going in my favorite recipes box!

  4. sheila

    Beautiful inspiration for a wonderful cobbler enjoyed at a family picnic. I substituted frozen sliced peaches and fresh raspberries for the fruit and followed the rest of the recipe. Thanks!

  5. Jodi

    Since it’s not yet stone fruit season in Maine, I made this recipe using 8 cups of thawed blueberries, mulberries and raspberries (from last summer) mixed with 2 cups of local, quartered strawberries. I cut the sugar to 1/2 cup and added 2TB of lemon juice for brightness. To the biscuit dough, I also added a 1/2 tsp of powdered ginger. The biscuit dough was so tender. I really liked the step of letting it sit and rise before baking. Divine.

  6. Georgia

    My choice of baking mix is Pioneer baking mix. If I can’t find it I use Jiffy. I don’t care for bisquick.
    I recently made a family favorite: Rhubarb cobbler with fruit dumplings and piecrust top. When I make a fruit cobbler I always make flat rolled out and cut fruit dumplings. I tried leaving out the dumplings a couple of times and the family complained. Our family prefers plain rhubarb and not mixed with strawberries. I’m going shopping tomorrow and hope to find apricots and will try your cobbler.

  7. danie

    This looks wonderful. :)

    I have four peaches, a bunch of strawberries, and a carton of blueberries in my fridge. Do you think they would work well together in a cobbler?

    Take a slice of peach, a half strawberry and a couple blueberries and eat them together. If you like the taste, you’ll probably like the cobbler. ~Elise

  8. Rituparna

    Hi ….

    I have been a dedicated follower of your blog for almost a year now. I just love all your colbller recipes and they are the one’s I make the most often. I am just a bit confused. These apricots look like peaches…. are they the same or is there a difference ?
    Sorry for the ignorance, in India I haven’t seen any fresh apricots selling. Peaches just started being freely available over the last 3 or 4 years. So am still learning.

    Hi Rituparna, apricots are a distinctly different fruit than peaches, though they are both stone fruits. If apricots are not available where you are, you can substitute yellow peaches. ~Elise

  9. christie

    Yum! Is the topping essentially just biscuit mix? Would it be sacrilege to use Bisquik?

    The topping is essentially a biscuit dough. We’ve been known to use Bisquick and Suzanne, Jiffy, in a pinch. ~Elise

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