Easy Strawberry Cobbler With Bisquick

Strawberries are abundant in the markets this year, and in this post I’m sharing my recipe for easy strawberry cobbler with Bisquick. It’s one of those timeless recipes that is perfect to make up quickly and take to a summer barbeque or pot luck dinner, You will likely have most of the ingredients already on hand!

easy strawberry cobbler Bisquick

We are fortunate to have a farmer’s market every Sunday just up the street in our park. When in town I love to stop by and sample the local wares and pick up my fresh produce for the week. The strawberries looked so good the other day that I stocked up and will be using in smoothies, salads and desserts. I recently shared this post of – 20 Alcohol Free Summer Strawberry Drinks and you can substitute most berries if desired. With my recipe for this Bisquick Strawberry Cobbler, you can use the gluten free version or regular Bisquick and I don’t think that you’ll notice a taste difference.

Fresh strawberries are something that I look forward to every summer. Although here in Florida our strawberries are grown in the winter, the trucked in strawberries of summer somehow taste sweeter.

Sugar And Bisquick

There are only a few simple steps in my Bisquick Strawberry Cobbler recipe. If you’ve never made a cobbler, I find it similar to making the topping for a crumb cake, but with fruit at the bottom.

Coconut Sugar – Delicious!

This is a product that I have to rave about friends! Coconut sugar (ignore my manicure in need of a redo!) is delicious and low glycemic. I use it for any recipe that requires sugar as well as in my coffee. Find it linked here on Amazon- COCONUT SUGAR. It’s not always easy to find in the grocery store but thankfully we do have Amazon.

Final Step

strawberry cobbler

The final step…and it’s hard to believe that this will taste as delicious as it does once baked!

Allow To Cool

strawberry cobbler with bisquick

Be sure not to “taste test” this straight out of the oven. The strawberry mixture bubbles up and it’s quite hot, so allow to cool for about 10 minutes.

Top It And Serve It

strawberry cobbler with whipped cream

Top it off with some whipped cream or vanilla ice cream, and if you’re feeling particularly wild…both!



Easy to make and perfect for a quick summer dessert, this strawberry cobbler will quickly become a favorite with most ingredients already on hand.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword strawberry cobbler
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Servings 6
Cost $5


  • 1 pint fresh strawberries frozen may be substituted - defrost
  • 1 cup coconut sugar table sugar may be used instead
  • 1 cup Bisquick baking mix regular or gluten free
  • 1 egg
  • 1 stick butter melted


  • Wash, hull and quarter strawberries. Place in the bottom of an 8" square baking dish.
  • Combine sugar and baking mix in a medium bowl with a fork. Stir in egg and mix...it will be clumpy.
  • I used coconut sugar which looks like brown sugar, but doesn't clump and is low glycemic.
  • Sprinkle the crumb mixture over the strawberries in baking dish. Drizzle butter evenly over the baking mix. 
  • Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes, or until brown on top. Allow to cool for about 10-15 minutes before serving.
  • Serve warm topped with vanilla ice cream or cold with whipped cream.


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  1. It does not say how much milk to use

    1. There is no milk used in this recipe

  2. I just bought a whole lot of farmers market strawberries last night. I am definitely going to make this. It looks so good.

  3. DROOLING! Those strawberries look PERFECT! PERFECT I tell you!!!

  4. Odessa Graham says:

    Thank you Janet for giving us a diabetic friendly recipe! It is going to be at the top of my “go to” list for diabetic friendly dessert. 🙂

  5. Janet love cobblers and crisps. My favorite is blueberry.

    Thanks for the coconut sugar tip.Never heard of it. Only issue I try to only have organic for my MS.
    Looking into it


  6. 5 stars
    Never had strawberry cobbler before. This recipe looks amazing, can’t wait to give it a try. I know it would be perfect to have for dessert

  7. 5 stars
    Oh yes, I do love a good strawberry cobbler. I will be trying this for sure. It looks incredible, and I love that it’s easy to make!

  8. 5 stars
    Those strawberries looked so good and making that cobbler is a great way to showcase them. I have never tried that coconut product it seems like a keeper.

  9. 5 stars
    I cannot tell you how many cobblers I have made, but I haven’t ever made a strawberry one. Looks like I need to do so.

  10. 5 stars
    This definitely sounds like my kind of treat! I’m definitely interested in trying the coconut sugar and maybe using it in some other recipes.

  11. This looks delicious! Perfect for summer desserts, and I love that you’ve used coconut sugar in it. Yum!

  12. Oh this looks sooo delicious. I totally need to try this cobbler recipe over the weekend. We’ll have some guests over the weekend.

  13. I haven’t used bisquick in so long but this looks amazing. I may have to pick some up and give it a try. i could really go for some strawberry cobbler!

  14. 5 stars
    I love this idea! Strawberry is my niece’s favorite fruit. I’d love to make this for her!

  15. This looks really good. I love both cobbler and strawberries. I don’t think I’ve had strawberry cobbler yet though. Can’t wait to try it.

  16. This is the most perfect summertime dessert! I have some Bisquick in the cabinet right now. All I have to do is have hubby grab strawberries on his way home and dessert is planned. Yum!

  17. Julie Briones says:

    Okay… just sayin’… Our fam favorite for the summer has ALWAYS been strawberry shortcake using the Bisquick recipe. And when I make the shortcake for potlucks and tea parties at our church, it’s always a hit! I do ONE thing different… I add another 1/2 of the sugar called for in the recipe. Makes the shortcake moister, and of course, yummier! 😉 Love that you shared this recipe with us, Janet!

  18. This looks like a super simple recipe! Can’t wait to give this one a try.

  19. That looks amazing! I love strawberry, can’t wait to make this.

  20. Kimberly Storms says:

    At first I was thinking, I have seen this before, it is classic, but this isn’t! This is different and so cool! I haven’t tried coconut sugar yet!

  21. Anne Marie Gorman says:

    What size ‘baking dish’ do you use. Sounds like a fantastic easy recipe and I love Bisquick!

    1. It’s such an easy recipe! I use an 8″ square Pyrex glass dish for this. Enjoy!

  22. Anne Marie Gorman says:

    Thank you.

  23. Marie Sanchez says:

    5 stars
    I have made this easy recipe over a dozen times now and each time it’s awesome! I’ve also used blueberries instead of strawberries and used them in combination. The coconut crystals are a must. I’ve also used coconut sugar that I got at the supermarket. I’ve added coconut and oats as well as a nice change, but this recipe is always, ALWAYS a winner!

  24. 5 stars
    It does look easy, I think I will try it but with peaches. Yum….. Now I need a little snack : )

    1. Trying to play catch up with comments this morning, lol! I just made this with baby peaches last week and it came out delicious. Hope you get a chance to try it Diana!

  25. Dorothy Boucher says:

    5 stars
    This looks so delicious! and I love how easy this is to put together for a small gathering. What a treat.