This easy-to-make Bisquick strawberry cobbler is loaded with fresh strawberries and topped with a fluffy Bisquick topping. It’s golden and crispy on the outside, but soft and buttery on the inside. Top it with fluffy whipped cream or vanilla ice cream for the ultimate strawberry dessert!
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What is Bisquick strawberry cobbler?
Bisquick strawberry cobbler is a dessert that has a fresh fruit layer and a biscuit-like topping. As you drop dollops of Bisquick batter on the fruit, it gives the dish a cobbled appearance when done baking.
Next to blueberries, strawberries are my all-time favorite berries, and this cobbler is one of my favorite recipes to make every year.
Strawberry cobbler with Bisquick comes together quickly and easily. The berries are mixed with lemon juice, vanilla, cornstarch, and a bit of sugar to create a wonderful strawberry sauce at the bottom of the dish.
And the Bisquick topping is so good too! The texture ranges somewhere between biscuits and cake. The interior is soft and cake-like, while the exterior has a crispy crust resembling a biscuit.
If you like this Bisquick cobbler, then check out some more delicious strawberry recipes like this Bisquick strawberry shortcake, this yummy strawberry banana cheesecake salad, and also these strawberry blondies.
If you have strawberries on hand, then this Bisquick strawberry cobbler recipe is a must-make! It’s so delicious and the perfect dessert for any occasion. Please see the recipe card at the end of the post for exact measurements.
- Bisquick baking mix is the main ingredient in the cobbler batter. It’s made of flour, salt, baking powder, and a little shortening, giving the cobbler a soft, cake-like texture.
- Sugar: I like to sweeten the topping with granulated sugar and sprinkle some turbinado sugar on top before baking to create a beautiful golden brown, rustic-looking crust.
- Milk helps to bind the batter. I like whole milk, but you can use whatever milk you have available.
- Melted butter: I opted for unsalted butter in this recipe.
- Strawberries: Fresh, sun-ripened strawberries give the best taste, that’s sweet, fruity, and aromatic.
- Granulated sugar sweetens up the strawberries and gives the fruit filling a saucy, jam-like consistency.
- Cornstarch helps to thicken the cobbler filling.
- Vanilla extract: A splash of vanilla enhances the other flavors.
- Lemon juice + zest adds a bright note that helps to balance the sweetness of the berries and sugar.
Can I use frozen strawberries?
While I prefer fresh strawberries, you can also use frozen strawberries. Just note that frozen strawberries will add more liquid.
Simply set your strawberries in the refrigerator overnight to thaw. Then drain the excess liquid before using them for this Bisquick cobbler.
If you have a bounty of fresh strawberries, you can always freeze and use them later to make this yummy fruit dessert. Then you can bake this cobbler all year long!
How to make Bisquick strawberry cobbler
Bisquick cobblers can be made with almost any fruit, but this easy strawberry cobbler recipe is definitely a favorite at my house. It’s a great recipe from spring to summer and going into fall.
#1: Make strawberry mixture
- Place the diced strawberries into a greased baking dish. Then add the sugar, cornstarch, vanilla extract, lemon juice, and zest. Stir to coat the strawberries in the sugar cornstarch mixture.
- Let macerate while you mix the topping.
#2: Mix Bisquick batter
- Place the Bisquick baking mix and granulated sugar into a medium mixing bowl. Stir to combine.
- Pour in the milk and melted butter and whisk until combined and you no longer see streaks of Bisquick.
#3: Spoon batter
- Spoon the Bisquick batter on top of the strawberries. Optionally sprinkle with turbinado sugar.
#4: Bake & serve
- Bake the strawberry cobbler in a 350°F oven for about 35 to 40 minutes, until the top looks golden brown and crispy.
- Serve the strawberry cobbler warm or at room temperature. Enjoy with a dollop of whipped cream or top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a special treat.
Tips for success
Bisquick strawberry cobbler is so easy to whip up, and I have a few tips and tricks that will make this treat a hit with your family and friends!
- Prepare strawberries: Wash your berries thoroughly and then gently pat them dry with a tea towel or paper towel.
- Hull strawberries: Insert the tip of a small knife into the top of a strawberry at an angle. Then rotate the fruit until you can pull the stem out.
- Adjust the sugar: If your berries are not very sweet or juicy, increase the amount of sugar as you macerate the berries. If, by contrast, your berries are very sweet, reduce the sugar. You may only need a few tablespoons.
- Place the baking dish on a sheet pan: In case you are worried that the cobbler might bubble over, place a sheet pan on the oven rack under the baking dish.
- Cast-iron skillet: Feel free to prepare the cobbler in a cast-iron skillet instead of a ceramic dish.
- Cool before serving: Allow the cobbler to cool for a couple of minutes before serving. It gives the strawberry juice time to set up a little.
I like to spoon warm Bisquick strawberry cobbler into dessert bowls and then add a spoonful of whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Talk about heavenly!
How to store Bisquick strawberry cobbler
This easy strawberry dessert makes delicious leftovers! You can enjoy it warm or cold and eat it for a few days afterward. That’s if your cobbler lasts that long.
To store, let your strawberry cobbler cool to room temperature. Place it in an airtight container and store it in the refrigerator. It will last for 4 to 5 days.
Freeze pancake mix strawberry cobbler
Transfer the cooled cobbler into a freezer-friendly container, label it with a date, and freeze for up to 4 months.
Reheat Bisquick cobbler
When it’s time to eat, you can either serve the cobbler cold, or cover it with foil and reheat in a 325°F / 160°C / gas mark 3 oven for 10 (or 20 minutes if frozen), until heated through.
More cobbler recipes to try
There’s a cobbler for every season! Once you are done with this Bisquick strawberry cobbler, try some of our other recipes using different fruit. They are all so delicious, and I really couldn’t pick a favorite.
- Blueberry Cobbler with Bisquick
- Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler
- Bisquick Peach Cobbler