One Minute Blueberry Cobbler

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Yep, you can make a blueberry cobbler in ONE MINUTE!!  And it was quite tasty if I do say so myself!  Thumbs up from the family and they’ve actually been requesting these cobblers on a regular basis now.    You do need a few minutes to prepare them, but each cobbler only takes one minute to cook in the microwave.  These are perfect to make if you only want to make one or two servings and not a huge pan in the oven.  Also great if you have a late night craving and need something quick!   I cut way back on the sugar and used simple ingredients but I bet you won’t miss it all!

one minute blueberry cobbler

These blueberry cobblers come together quick!  First, mix together all the dry ingredients, flour, sugar, and baking powder.  Add a pinch of salt if you’d like You could add a little cinnamon or spices if you’d like too.

one minute blueberry cobbler

Then mix in your milk and melted butter.

one minute blueberry cobbler

Place your blueberries in the bottom of your ramekin.  You’ll need a large ramekin (6 or 8 oz.).  I did not add any sugar to my blueberries, but if you like your cobblers really sweet add a little sugar or even maple syrup.  You could also add a little cornstarch or flour if you want the fruit juices to thicken up.  I really didn’t think it needed it.  Press down on your blueberries a little with the back of a spoon or fork to make room for the topping.

one minute blueberry cobbler

 Spoon your cobbler topping on top of the blueberries in a nice even layer.

one minute blueberry cobbler

Place the ramekin on top of a small microwave safe plate JUST in case the blueberries boil over a little.  Sometimes mine do, sometimes they don’t.  Microwave on high for 30 seconds, check on it, then microwave another 30 seconds.  You may have to adjust the time slightly for your particular microwave.  Microwaving for 2 intervals of 30 seconds seemed to help prevent the blueberries from boiling over too much by giving them just enough time to cool down slightly.

one minute blueberry cobbler

Top with your favorite ice cream , whipped topping, or whipped cream if you’d like.

one minute blueberry cobbler

Wasn’t that quick and easy?  Only 6 ingredients, a few minutes to prep, and 1 minute in the microwave!!!

one minute blueberry cobbler

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One Minute Blueberry Cobbler
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Serves: 1
Quick and easy blueberry cobbler that can be made in just 1 minute!
Ingredients
  • ¼ cup all-purpose flour
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 2 teaspoons unsalted butter, melted
  • ½ cup fresh blueberries
  • Toppings (optional): ice cream, whipped topping, or whipped cream
Instructions
  1. In a small bowl, mix together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt until well combined. Mix in milk and melted butter until just combined.
  2. Place blueberries in bottom of a large (6 or 8 oz.) microwave safe ramekin. Press blueberries down slightly with the back of a fork to break up. Spoon batter on top of blueberries.
  3. Place cobbler on top of small microwave safe plate in case blueberries boil over. Microwave on high for 30 seconds, check on cobbler, then microwave another 30 seconds. Adjust baking time as needed for your microwave.
  4. Top with your favorite ice cream, whipped topping, or whipped cream if desired.
Notes
SNAPPY TIPS: I have only made these 1 at a time. You can make multiple cobblers at a time but will need to adjust cooking time. Do not overfill your ramekin or it will boil over a lot. SNAPPY SUBSTITUTIONS: Instead of blueberries, try other fruit but some fruit may need to be precooked. You can also add a little sugar or maple syrup to the blueberries or add a little flour or cornstarch if you want the juices to thicken up. You can also add cinnamon or other spices to your cobbler topping or blueberries. (For more recipes visit Snappy Gourmet at http://www.snappygourmet.com to sign up for an email/RSS subscription or visit Snappy Gourmet on Facebook or Twitter.)

Comments

  1. 1

    Love this – I really enjoy (but my pants don’t) microwave cakes & love the use of fresh fruits (yay for lots of peaches) in this treat :-)

  2. 3
    Allyson Bossie says:

    omg how easy! I have some cultured blackberries. I am off to find out how well this works with my blackberries! Thanks for the recipe. Wish I had blueberries. They are one of my fav berries

  3. 5

    Thats so easy to make and sounding awesome too!!!!! I am sure this would go well with many other fruits.

  4. 6

    A fuss free and delectable dessert!

  5. 7

    Looks delicious, Ann. I’d want vinalla ice cream on my cobbler as well. You’re lucky you have blueberries. We have a bluwberry farm not far from here, and I just bought some the other day. I love them just as they are, too.Take care!Renie

  6. 8

    I just made this using whole wheat flour, added cinnamon to the topping and lemon zest to the blueberries. I used frozen which worked fine. I knocked the sugar back to 1 teaspoon, half teaspoon in each part. Delicious and a perfect little dessert for a hypoglycemic like me! Thank you!

  7. 10

    I just made this – it was absolutely delicious and so fast and easy!! Thank you!! :)

  8. 12

    This hit the spot when I had some blueberries I wanted to finish off! I made a few small substitutions- WW pastry flour, added some oats for fiber & protein, 1 t truvia baking blend for sugar (1/4 on berries and 3/4 in topping), added some cinnamon, coconut oil for butter and buttermilk b/c I had some in the fridge. Thanks for the recipe!

  9. 14

    Can you use frozen berries? and would you use them thawed or frozen?

    • 15

      Hi Nancy! I have not done it with frozen blueberries but I’m sure it will work just fine. I’d defrost them first if you can. Not sure they would defrost in 1 minute in the microwave but they may if they’re small.

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