Fresh Peach and Blackberry Cobbler

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

This makes just two servings, so it's a nice dessert after a romantic meal, or lunch with a friend. It's so quick and easy and can bake while you're having your meal.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a greased 1 1/2-quart oven-proof glass baking dish, toss together peach slices, blackberries, sugar, flour and cinnamon.
  2. In a bowl, stir together flour, sugar, baking powder and salt, cut in butter until mixture is crumbly; stir in cream and mix briefly just to make a wet batter.
  3. Drop topping over fruit in a ring around inside of dish, so fruit is bare in the center.
  4. Bake in a preheated 425° oven until batter is done and golden brown, about 25-30 minutes.
  5. Remove from oven, spoon into bowls and serve warm.
Most Helpful

This was THE BEST cobbler that we have EVER had! The biscuits on top are a nice pairing with the sweet berries. I tripled the batch and used 1 bag of frozen peaches instead of the fresh peaches (our fresh peaches had a few too many worms this year!) Also, after putting the biscuit topping on I sprinkled it with a little cinnamon and sugar just to give it a hint of sweetness as well. It made enough to fill 6 and maybe a 1/2 ramekins. It was the perfect dessert for our family! Thanks for the awesome recipe!

Slix July 15, 2010

Delicious! The combination of fruit was wonderful and the biscuits were light and fluffy. It's great to have a recipe for 2 servings; the 2 of us don't have to eat cobbler for a week. The fruit tended to stick to the pan so I recommend spraying the casserole with cooking spray before filling. I did substitute fat free half and half for the cream and it worked just fine.

sugarpea September 08, 2003

husband liked this well enough, but i will probably not make this again without adjustments. it was awfully runny. 30 minutes in the oven and the topping set, but it never really spread and remained doughy in the middle. like another reviewer mentioned, i would use brown sugar with the fruits. rather than leave the middle free of topping, i would dot it all around.

groovyrooby June 13, 2012