This slow cooker blueberry cobbler is the perfect summer dessert. If you recently spent a relaxing day at the blueberry patch and found yourself with buckets of fresh blueberries—this slow cooker cobbler recipe is the best way to enjoy juicy, ripe blueberries. But you don’t need a surplus of freshly picked blueberries as an excuse to enjoy this delicious crock pot Blueberry Cobbler. If it’s not the right time of year to get your hands on some fresh blueberries, snagging some fresh or frozen blueberries from the grocery store works just fine.
Slow Cooker Blueberry Cobbler
The tender cake crust bursting with juicy blueberries served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream is heavenly. This slow cooker dessert recipe is easy to make in a crockpot and one you’ll come back to time and time again.
This Slow Cooker Blueberry Cobbler is one easy dessert recipe the whole family will love. If you want to make a family day of it, you can spend the morning blueberry picking. Then come home to bake this delicious summer cobbler with the kiddos. What a great way to create some memories and teach the kids about cooking!
Why is it Called Cobbler?
Fun fact: just like other berry cobbler recipes, blueberry cobbler got its name due to the biscuit-like crust that instead of being smooth like a pie crust, is bumpy, giving it a cobbled appearance.
The next time you serve this delicious blueberry dessert or any cobbler recipe you can tell your guests where the name comes from.
Can I Use Frozen Blueberries?
I haven’t made this with frozen berries, but I don’t see why not. Just check on it to make sure the crust doesn’t over cook as the blueberries may take longer to cook. It might be better to let the berries thaw a little first.
What is Crockpot Blueberry Cobbler Made Of?
Blueberry Cobbler Ingredients (See Recipe Card for Exact Measurements)
• All Purpose Flour
• Baking powder
• Vanilla Extract
• Canola oil
How To Make Slow Cooker Blueberry Cobbler
To make your blueberry cobbler you’ll need a six-quart crock pot or dutch oven.
• Gather all the ingredients together and spray the inside of the crock with nonstick cooking spray.
• To a small mixing bowl add flour, 1/4 cup sugar, baking powder, and cinnamon. Stir.
• Push the flour mixture to one side of the bowl and add the egg and whisk it.
• Next, mix in milk, vanilla, and canola oil.
• Mix thoroughly until the mixture is fully combined.
• Pour batter into the bottom of your slow cooker.
• Gently spread it in an even layer.
• In a large bowl, toss the blueberries in the remainder of the sugar.
• Pour the blueberries and sugar into the slow cooker, covering the batter completely.
• Cook on high for about 2 hours. Don’t let the crust burn.
• When the blueberry cobbler is done cooking, turn off the slow cooker and let the cobbler cool a little before serving.
• Serve the cobbler directly from the slow cooker. Be sure to scoop from the bottom to get the cobbler crust with your blueberry mixture.
• Serve warm with a scoop of ice cream or whipped cream.
What to Serve With Blueberry Cobbler
• Blueberry cobbler is delicious on its own, but you can take this delicious fruity dessert to the next level by serving alongside a scoop of vanilla ice cream, or whipped cream if you prefer.
• The added creaminess from the ice cream takes this delicious summer dessert to the next level.
• Let it cool just a bit. You don’t have to let it sit until it’s room temperature, but just until the fruit cobbler is warm enough to enjoy.
Slow Cooker Blueberry Cobbler Tips
- To keep your cobbler from sticking to the bottom of the crockpot, be sure to spray the bottom and sides of your slow cooker with non-stick spray. The crust won’t stick to the bottom of the slow cooker as much as the sides, but the sides can. The nonstick cooking spray works well!
- When tossing your blueberries, not all of the sugar will hold onto the blueberries. This is okay. Just toss and distribute the blueberries and sugar evenly on top of your cobbler crust.
How to Store Blueberry Cobbler
Do you have some leftovers? You can store your blueberry cobbler in an airtight container in the fridge for 3-5 days. Alternatively you can pack it into disposable containers and send it home with your guests.
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I hope you enjoy this delicious dessert as much as I do. With simple ingredients, and relatively quick prep time this cobbler recipe is one of my favorite summertime dessert recipes!
If you made this yummy crock pot Blueberry Cobbler recipe, please let me know. You can leave a comment with a star rating below. I would like to know how you liked it!
Slow Cooker Blueberry Cobbler
- 6 quart Slow Cooker
- 2 Mixing Bowls
- 1 cup All Purpose Flour
- 1 cup Granulated Sugar, divided
- 1 Tablespoon Baking Powder
- ¼ teaspoon Cinnamon
- ½ cup Milk
- 1 large Egg
- 1 teaspoon Vanilla
- 2 Tablespoons Canola Oil
- 4 cups Fresh Blueberries
- Spray the inside of a 6-quart slow cooker very well with nonstick cooking spray.
- In a medium mixing bowl, combine the flour, ¼ cup of the sugar, baking powder and cinnamon. Mix well.
- Push the flour mixture to one side and add the egg and whisk it.
- Mix in milk, vanilla and canola oil. Mix thoroughly until the mixture is fully combined. Pour into the slow cooker and gently spread evenly on bottom of the crock.
- In a large mixing bowl, toss blueberries in the remaining ¾ cup of the sugar.
- Pour blueberries and sugar into the slow cooker on top of the batter (don't stir) and cook on high for 2 - 2 ½ hours (check for doneness at 1 ¾ hours into cook time to see if you need the full 2 ½ hours.). The blueberries should be soft and the crust golden. Watch that the crust doesn't burn.
- When cobbler is done cooking, turn off the slow cooker. Let the cobbler cool down a little.
- Serve directly from the slow cooker. Be sure to scoop from the bottom as to get some of the cobbler crust with your blueberry mixture.
- Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
- Be sure to spray the sides and bottom of your slow cooker really well with non-stick spray to ensure nothing sticks.
- When tossing your blueberries, not all of the sugar will hold onto the blueberries. This is okay. Just toss and distribute the blueberries and sugar evenly on top of your cobbler crust batter.