This Blueberry Cake Mix Cobbler Recipe is a favorite of my easy cake mix recipes eaten almost right out of the oven AND it makes the entire house smell so delicious!
By now you know that I am all about making something delicious very easily! I love to make recipes from boxed cake mixes because all of the dry ingredients are pre-measured, pre-sifted, and pre-mixed!
With less than 10 minutes of prep-work and less than 30 minutes of baking time, you can be eating this blueberry cobbler made with cake mix within an hour of starting to make it. How’s that for a quick snack when company calls and says they will be at your house in an hour? Depending on the company, you could have them pick up some vanilla ice cream to top your treat.
I have said it before and I will say it again….
I have three boys. These boys have friends. My house is almost always filled to bursting with testosterone-driven human garbage disposals. That is just my life.
That means, I have to always have food on hand. While frozen anything is easy, it is never cheap. So, I like to keep ingredients on hand for this quick blueberry cobbler recipe that I can quickly whip up when they all pile in the door.
Specialty Ingredients for the Blueberry Cake Mix Cobbler Recipe:
The following ingredients are affiliate links on Amazon because they may be a bit hard to find in your normal store. I wanted you to be able to see exactly which things we are using.
- Yellow Cake Mix – I included this because it is my preferred Cake Mix that I try to always have on hand.
- Canned Blueberry Pie Filling – Having a can or two of pie filling on hand means that you can make a quick dessert anytime. When unexpected company pops in, this recipe is easy to throw together. Don’t know it just because it is a recipe with canned blueberries. Seriously, no one will even know unless you tell them!
Reminder, not all ingredients in the Blueberry Cake Mix Cobbler Recipe are linked above, just the ones that may be a bit difficult to find or that you might be unsure of what to look for.
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Make sure that you have your prepared baking dish and that you preheat oven to 350 degrees. Having those things done before you get into the nitty gritty of making this cake mix blueberry cobbler, will make this process so much faster and easier.
Blueberry Dessert Supplies:
My favorite supplies for this blueberry cobbler with cake mix and pie filling are listed below. The following items can be found on amazon (affiliate):
- Pyrex Basics 3 Quart Glass Oblong Baking Dish, Clear 9 x 13 inch – 3 Qt
- Betty Crocker Supermoist Cake Mix, Yellow, 15.25-Ounce
- Pyrex Smart Essentials 6-Piece Mixing Bowl Set – I use these bowls so often that I have considered purchasing a second set. They are perfect for everything!
- OXO Good Grips Wooden Spoon Set, 3-Piece
Can you add frozen blueberries to cake mix?
Yes, you can add frozen blueberries to the cake mix! This is a great option to incorporate berries into an easy dessert recipe without having to have fresh fruit on hand.
Just toss the blueberries in a bit of flour before you toss them into the batter. They will thaw as the cobbler bakes.
Does blueberry cobbler freeze well?
One frequent question about easy blueberry cobbler recipes is whether the cobbler freezes well.
In general, cobbler freezes quite nicely as long as it is stored in an airtight container. This will prevent freezer burn and keep the cobbler moist.
When you are ready to enjoy the cobbler, simply thaw it overnight in the fridge or reheat it in the oven.
If you have leftover cobbler, it is best to freeze it within a day or two of baking. Otherwise, the cobbler may start to dry out and will not be as enjoyable.
Therefore, freezing is a great option if you want to enjoy this easy blueberry cobbler recipe all year round.
Can I use a different cake mix for this fruit cobbler?
Yes! One of the best things about this easy recipe is that it works with just about any type of cake mix. You can use a yellow cake mix, white cake mix, lemon cake mix, or even spice cake mix for a festive twist on the classic cobbler.
Can I use different fresh berries for this recipe?
Of course, you can use any type of fresh or frozen fruit you like. If you’re feeling adventurous, try adding a mixture of berries for a colorful and flavor-packed perfect dessert.
So next time you’re in a pinch and need to make a quick dessert, reach for a box of dry cake mix and some frozen fruit. With this simple kitchen hack, you’ll be able to whip up a delicious cobbler in no time!
How do I store leftovers of this blueberry cobbler dump cake?
If you’re lucky enough to have leftovers of this easy cobbler recipe, that just means that you get to enjoy that blueberry dump cake flavor all over again. The best way to store leftovers is to let the cobbler get to room temperature, and then store this great recipe in an airtight container in the fridge.
When you’re ready to eat this homemade blueberry cobbler again, just warm it up in the microwave for a short amount of time, add a scoop of ice cream to the top, and don’t forget to add some ripe blueberries during the blueberry season so that you can get more of the fresh flavor!
More Cobbler Recipes:
Wanting something a bit different than this easy blueberry cobbler with cake mix?
If blueberries aren’t in season, aren’t your favorite, or if fresh blueberries are hard to find where you live, you can always get a can of them. Or, even better, make one of these cobbler recipes!
Make this Crockpot Blueberry Cobbler from Crystal and Comp in a slow cooker! I’m not sure about you, but I love a dump-and-go recipe.
Or maybe you have a boxed cake mix and just want to do something a bit different with it. No worries, I have you covered! Here are over 5 ways to make boxed cake mix better!
If you are anything like me, reading through this Blueberry Cake Mix Cobbler Recipe just really made you crave some fresh or frozen blueberries, but you aren’t feeling the whole “bake it” thing. LOL!
I go through domestic goddess periods, trust me! The following goodies from Etsy will help solve your “need blueberries, too lazy to cook” issues. 😉
Blueberries on the Brain:
The following items (aff links) are found on Etsy.
- This Blueberry Soap is so delcious smelling, but better than that, most are made from all-natural ingredients. So, you know they are safe for your children’s sensitive skin.
- My husband is kind of a candle freak. So, I invested in a few Blueberry Candles to keep him happy.
- I have a recipe box and plenty of recipes that I have inherited. I like to put my favorites onto pretty cards like these Blueberry Recipe Cards.
- While my kitchen is apples, the country-fresh look of this Blueberry Kitchen Decor has me considering a change!
Yes, I LOVE the smell of blueberries… how did you know? 😀
Be warned, though.
If you have boys and they come into your house with it smelling like blueberries, you better be able to produce some snacks!
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More Blueberry Recipes:
If you are like my parents, you like blueberries. So, you planted bushes. Now, you have so many blueberries that you really need a million blueberry recipe ideas! Here are a few more of our favorites:
- Lemon Bluberry Swirl Bread
- Blueberry Cream Pie from Fat Dad Foodie
- Orange Blueberry Infused Water from Crystal and Comp
- Sweet & Spicy Blueberry Salsa
- One box of yellow cake mix
- 4- cups of blueberries - you can do fresh or frozen depending on your choice and the time of year 🙂
- One stick of unsalted butter
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F
- Place the berries in the bottom of a lightly greased 9x13 baking dish
- Soften butter in large mixing bowl in the microwave for a few seconds. You don't want to completely melt it.
- Using your clean hands, pour the cake mix on top of the butter and mix thoroughly. You may find that you have to press the mix onto the sides of the bowl to get all the butter worked in. The mixture will be crumbly and not totally moist.
- Scrape the cake mixture (or use your fingers to sprinkle it) on top of the berries in the pan.
- Place the dish in the oven (middle rack) and bake 28-minutes or until lightly browned on top.
- Let your blueberry cobbler cool for at least 10 minutes before serving. (Tastes amazing with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top)
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 12 Servings
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 259Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 20mgSodium: 319mgCarbohydrates: 43gFiber: 2gSugar: 24gProtein: 2g
This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix on 1/28/2020