Best Strawberry Cobbler Recipe [Video]

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
5 from 9 reviews

Desserts Pies and Tarts Recipes

Cook time Cook time: 30 minutes

Strawberry cobbler is a delicious dessert filled with sweet, juicy strawberries finished with a golden-brown, buttery biscuit topping. Top with ice cream or whipped cream for an indulgent treat! 

Craving for more fruity desserts? You have a winner in this tangy Strawberry Crisp. My Strawberry Tiramisu is a gorgeous take on the classic version, and you’ve got a refreshing crowd-pleaser in this Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade.

Strawberry Cobbler Recipe

Strawberry Cobbler is such a nostalgic dish for me. There’s something about strawberries that makes me think of summer and sunshine. Now, fresh strawberries fantastic on their own, but they also go wonderfully on so many desserts. 

I have to admit something— I’m obsessed with strawberries. Seriously, type “strawberries” on the website’s the search bar, and you’ll find tons of strawberry recipes I’ve already done!

This strawberry cobbler is just one of them, and it quickly became one of the most requested things in our house. Good thing too, because it’s so easy and quick to make. Perfect for a potluck, Sunday brunch, or anytime you’re craving for something fruity for dessert. 

What is a cobbler?

It’s a baked fruit dessert with a topping made of biscuit or pie dough. Usually confused with a crisp, which is another baked fruit dessert.

The difference is that crisp toppings are usually tossed together instead of in dough form.

What do you need to make Strawberry Cobbler Recipe:

If you do any sort of baking or cooking, you probably have most of this in your pantry:

For the fruit filling:

  • Strawberries
  • Water
  • Granulated Sugar
  • Lemon
  • Cornstarch
  • Vanilla

For the topping:

  • Flour
  • Sugar
  • Baking powder
  • Salt
  • Butter
  • Buttermilk

How to make the best Strawberry Cobbler

  • Preheat your oven.
  • Grease your baking dish.
  • Boil the sugar, lemon juice, and zest, plus fruit.
  • Thicken with a cornstarch slurry.
  • Pour the strawberry mix into your baking dish.
  • Start making your topping by combining the dry ingredients.
  • Cut in the butter until you get a coarse crumb texture.
  • Moisten with buttermilk.
  • Drop several spoonfuls on top of the fruit mixture.
  • Bake until bubbly and golden.

Recipe variations: 

You can totally use other fruits in place of strawberries. I’ve got a great Blackberry Cobbler that’s simply outstanding with vanilla ice cream! This Peach Cobbler from Scratch is another mainstay in my dessert rotation.

You can also try apples, pears, cherries, cranberries, or blueberries for the filling.

You can even use different fruits in one cobbler. For instance, apricots, raisins, and apples are such a delicious combo. I recommend trying pie dough if you want a different topping.

Can I use frozen strawberries?

Yes, frozen strawberries and cobblers are a match made in heaven!

They’re frozen at the peak of ripeness, and always good to have some on hand if fresh strawberries are scarce in your area. Just thaw them out and follow the recipe as usual.

How to serve it?

I like to go classic with strawberry cobbler by serving it with whipped cream.  For something sweeter, go with vanilla ice cream (try strawberry if you want even more fruit flavors!) The delicate, creamy flavors really make the fruit shine.

The red and white swirls with that golden-brown crust look so beautiful too!

Can you freeze it?

Yes. Cool completely, wrap in foil and plastic wrap, and freeze for up to a month. 

More recipes:

Recipe Tips:

  • Make sure all the cornstarch is dissolved before adding them to the strawberry mixture to avoid clumps.
  • If using frozen, thaw the fruit completely before using it.

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5 from 9 reviews

Best Strawberry Cobbler

Strawberry cobbler is a delicious dessert filled with sweet, juicy strawberries finished with a golden-brown, buttery biscuit topping.

Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 4 servings
Prep time: 20 minutes Cook time: 30 minutes Total time: 50 mins







Nutrition information

Calories: 676 Carbohydrates: 109 Protein: 6 Fat: 26 Saturated Fat: 15 Cholesterol: 64 Sodium: 533 Potassium: 565 Fiber: 6 Sugar: 66 Vitamin A: 870 Vitamin C: 100 Calcium: 192 Iron: 4
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Such beautiful photos! The strawberry cobbler looks incredible! I have a ton of fresh-picked strawberries that will be perfect for this recipe!



I’ve never made or had strawberry cobbler before. Looking forward to trying this.


Sarah Bailey

OK this looks good - I don't think I've had a strawberry cobbler before and I am totally wondering why not - I need to change that ASAP!


Amber Myers

I am drooling. This looks so delicious. I just love strawberry desserts and am excited to try this!


Gervin Khan

First time I've encounter this way of cooking for strawberry cobbler and I may say this can make everyone entice and tempt for this dish. Thanks for sharing this to us.



This recipe looks so tasty! I'm going to give it a try.


Melissa Dixon

That sounds so good. I have yet to meet a cobbler I didn't like and I bet this would be no different. I need this in my life.



This sure does look delicious. I love cobbler. I honestly don't think I've tried strawberry cobbler yet though. I'll have to try this out.


Jessica Formicola

This truly is the "best" strawberry cobbler! Perfectly sweet and easy to make- thanks for sharing!



Strawberry cobbler looks perfect treat, I need to try it, Thanks for sharing this.


So yummy! As far as I can remember, we haven't tried making cobblers yet, hoping to try this soon!



Beautiful dish and it looks so yummy. I love peach cobbler and have never had strawberry cobbler. I'd like to try this recipe soon.



This looks so beautiful and yummy! Perfect for summer.


Natalia Voche

Love the photos and looks so yummy. I would love to try this Thank you for the recipe


Ruth I

Look how pretty this is! I would love to try this delicious recipe.


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