This 4 Ingredient Berry Cobbler is not only the easiest dessert in my repertoire, but it is a family and friend favorite. It is a cobbler or probably better described as a crisp or a crumble made with Bisquick, and you will love it. I have people ask for the recipe every time I make it. I told you that while I was on work crew at Malibu the chef found out I do desserts, and suddenly I was in charge of desserts for 150 most evenings. I also promised to bring you some of the recipes. This was one of them.
I chose it because of the ease and delicious nature of this dessert. Actually, if you get the opportunity to visit camp Malibu in Canada, and you have a berry cobbler, it is most likely this one. The chef asked for the recipe and decided to put it on the regular rotation. When I wasn’t making desserts, I was working in “The Pits” doing dishes. This dessert brought our diners back to the pits to compliment the chef. I’ll give my mom credit for this one because I wouldn’t have the recipe if it weren’t for her. I even had people emailing me after camp to get the recipe. They were probably pretty surprised to learn it only has 4 ingredients and took virtually no time or effort to create.
When I’m making this for guests, I generally just put the crumble together before guests arrive. Then, right before I serve dinner, I’ll stick the berries in the pan, throw the crumble on top and stick it in the oven so it is ready a little while after dinner. My family has always called this a cobbler, but you may consider it a crumble. I’ve never known for sure. Do you know? We generally serve this with vanilla ice cream because that is just classic. I made this for Father’s Day, and my husband actually requested Safeway’s Cinnamon Churro ice cream, and it paired quite well. If you try this, I’m convinced it will become part of your regular dessert rotation too.
4 Ingredient Berry Cobbler (Serves 12-16)
2 1/2 cups Bisquick
1 1/2 cups sugar
1 cube melted butter (4oz stick)
6 cups frozen berries (blueberries, raspberries, blackberries or a combo of them all together)
Preheat the oven to 350. Combine Bisquick, sugar and melted butter together and stir into a crumble. Place the frozen berries on the bottom of a 9×13 pan. Next, add the crumble on top of the berries. Bake for 1 hour. It’s good to let it cool a little bit once it comes out of the oven.