I am a huge fan of cobbler but I’m always a huge fan of easy and the two don’t always go hand in hand. When I saw a recipe similar to the one I am sharing today in a magazine I knew I wanted to try it.
Of course, I didn’t have a pen so I couldn’t write the recipe down but I figured I could recreate it easy enough. This turned out so yummy!
The original recipe called for frozen cherries but I used frozen mixed berries instead. I highly recommend this recipe!
Mixed Berry Cobbler
- Baking dish
- 2 bags frozen mixed berries
- 1 box white cake mix (with no pudding mix)
- 12 ounces Sprite of 7-Up
- 1. Dump bags of frozen berries in the bottom of a baking dish.
- 2. Spread dry cake mix over top of the berries. Break up any large clumps.
- 3. Pour the soda slowly over top of the cake mix. Do not stir or mix.
- 4. Allow it to sit for 3-5 minutes.
- 5. Bake at 350 for 45-50 minutes.
2 bags (12oz each) frozen mixed berries
1 box white cake mix (with no pudding in mix)
12 ounces Sprite or 7-Up
Dump bags of frozen berries in the bottom of a baking dish. I would recommend using a 13×9 baking dish. Mine was slightly smaller than that and it took longer to cook.
Spread dry cake mix over top of the berries. Break up any large clumps.
Pour the soda slowly over top of the cake mix. Do not stir or mix. The cake mix is what will form the crust.
Allow it to sit for 3-5 minutes.
Bake at 350. If you are using a 13×9 pan then bake for 45-50 minutes until the crust is golden brown. As I mentioned, I used a smaller sized baking dish and ended up having to bake it for 1 hour 15 minutes.
Look how good that looks! But you know what makes it even better?
Creamy vanilla ice cream!! Oh yeah. I said it! This recipe would be just as scrumptious made with peaches or blueberries.
UPDATE: I’m getting some comments saying they have encountered some dry cake mix clumps after cooking. I had one small spot of dry cake mix clumping when I made this the first time but I just scooped it out. I made it several times after and after some trial and error I figured out that you have to make sure the Sprite or 7-up covers all the cake mix. If there is any dry cake mix when you put it in the oven to bake- it will still be dry when it comes out. I poured the soda over top and swirled the bowl around a little bit to make sure the soda covered completely. Then I took a spoon and pushed any remaining dry clumps underneath the soda. Also make sure you have broken up any clumps of cake mix before you pour the soda over top. I hope that helps.