Bisquick Fruit Cobbler

"My mom gave me an older Bisquick cookbook she had and never used. It is from 1964 and this recipe is what I use for a great peach cobbler. I do use a whole recipe for the shortcake instead of 1/2 for a crustier cobbler. If you have fresh fruit, use 3 cups of sweetened fruit mixed with 3/4 water."
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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. In a large saucepan add can of undrained fruit and heat thru. Blend together cornstarch and water in a small bowl, mix until blended. Add mixture to fruit and boil for 1 minute. Pour thickened fruit mixture into a 2 quart baking dish and dot with butter. Set aside.
  • Add Bisquick, milk, melted butter, and sugar if using, into a bowl. Stir with fork until mixture is well combined. Drop by spoonfuls over fruit. Bake for approximately 20 minutes or until shortcake is golden brown.
  • Serve hot or cold.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Diana S.
    How many cups is 29 oz


  1. twissis
    Made for the FF&F "Think Pink" event. This recipe brought back so many memories of my Mom, Lori. Bisquick was my Mom's trusted "Kitchen Asst" & she used it to make pancakes, desserts, dumplings, etc. But her favorite was this recipe for peach cobbler. In the spirit of the event, I used a fruit combo of canned peaches, dried cranberries & fresh strawberries to get the lovely pink hue. Siggi said only 1 thing might make it better -- A big scoop of vanilla ice cream served over it while still warm from the oven, but I'd be happy to eat mine plain. Thx for sharing this yummy recipe & for the memories of my Mom it evoked. :-)
  2. Crafty Lady 13
    Fast and simple recipe for homemade cobbler. I used two 15 oz. cans of blackberries. It took longer than 1 minute to thicken. I had to cook it for around 10 minutes for the fruit mixture to thicken. It might of been because of my choice of fruit. I sprinkled some sugar over the cobbler topping before baking. Topped of the warm cobbler with some whipped cream. Yummy! Made for March, 2010 Aus/NZ Swap.
  3. teresas
    I made this delicious dessert for the hubby...I cut the recipe in half and baked it in my 1 qt casserole...I had a can of apple pie just wanting to be used...I served it to him hot with some whipped cream...he loved it...I licked the spoon that I used to serve it to him and I have to agree it was darn good...he can't wait to eat it cold...made for FYC tag game...
  4. Bayhill
    This is a quick, easy, and delicious cobbler! I used canned apples and added some cinnamon and sugar to the fruit mixture. I like having more fruit than topping so I cut the shortbread in half. I baked it in an 8x8" baking dish for 20 minutes. This was wonderful served warm with vanilla ice cream. **Made for 2018 Football Pool**
  5. lazyme
    Really simple and good. I used cherries and served it warm with ice cream. Thanks for sharing, Lori.



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