Recipe Review: Berry Cobbler


Berry Cobbler

Last Friday, we invited some friends over for a spur of the moment game night. I knew that this was the perfect time to try making this Berry Cobbler. Not only is it easy, but I could also get some really honest feedback about the recipe. I am glad that my friends do not mind being guinea pigs for the sake of my blog!

I put this cobbler together in no time. It made my entire house smell wonderful. We ate dinner and finally dished up the cobbler with ice cream and it was a hit! Everyone enjoyed eating it! It is safe to say that this recipe is a keeper.

You will need three ingredients. That’s it!


First spray your 9 x 13 pan with Pam. Then pour your berries into the pan.


Spread the berries out so that they are all evenly dispersed.


Add dry cake mix over the top. The recipe calls for a white cake mix, but all I had was french vanilla.



Pour soda slowly over cake mix.


DO NOT stir the cake mix and the pop – this will give you a ‘crust’.


This is what your cobbler will look like before you put it in the oven.


Bake 350 for 45-50 min. This is what it looks like when it is finished.


I ate my Berry Cobbler with a 1/2 cup of No Sugar Added Blue Bell Country Vanilla ice cream.  It was so good!


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Berry Cobbler
Source: srkautz
Servings: 16
Serving Size: 1/16th
Calories: 140.4
Fat: 2.9 g
Fiber: 1.3 g
Protein: 1.4 g
Two 12-oz bags frozen mixed berries/peaches
1 box white cake mix
Approximately 1 can of diet 7-up or other clear soda
(might need more than 1 can of soda to avoid dry spots) 
Place frozen fruit in a 9×13 baking dish. Add dry cake mix over the top. Pour soda slowly over cake mix. DO NOT stir the cake mix and the soda  – this will give you a ‘crust’. If you stir the two, you will have a cake like topping.
Bake 350 for 45-50 min or longer until berries are cooked.