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Easy Blueberry Cobbler Recipe - quick microwave cobbler with fresh or frozen blueberries
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Easy Blueberry Cobbler in One Minute

Quick and easy blueberry cobbler recipe that can be made in just 1 minute!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 6 minutes
Servings 1
Author Snappy Gourmet - Lisa Huff


  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 2 teaspoons unsalted butter melted
  • 1/2 cup fresh blueberries
  • Toppings (optional): ice cream, whipped topping, or whipped cream


  • In a small bowl, mix together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt until well combined. Mix in milk and melted butter until just combined.
  • Place blueberries in bottom of a large (8 oz.) microwave safe ramekin or microwave safe mug. Press blueberries down slightly with the back of a fork to break up. Spoon batter on top of blueberries.
  • 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.
  • Top with your favorite ice cream, whipped topping, or whipped cream if desired.


SNAPPY TIPS: I have only made these cobblers 1 at a time in the microwave. You can make multiple cobblers at a time but will need to adjust cooking time. Do not overfill your ramekin/mug or it will boil over a lot. For a little more flavor add a little vanilla extract, almond extract, or other flavoring to the topping or fruit.
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.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keywords: fresh blueberry cobbler, how to make blueberry cobbler
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Easy Blueberry Cobbler Recipe - dessert for one ready in one minute

(This post was updated slightly in May 2018 with a few new pictures and minor edits.)

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  1. recipe is dec, but the microwave doesnt do a damn thing. need yourself a heat gun to really put a good crisp on the top. also could use some vanilla.

  2. The topping tasted very bland and flat. I added cinnamon and vanilla extract.
    How do you bring life to the flour mixture?

    • Well, it depends on what you like. You could add almond extract which would have a stronger flavor than vanilla. Citrus zest such as orange zest would be nice. Or even adding some chopped nuts perhaps.

  3. I just tried this cobbler with blueberries. Soooo simple and very tasty. Will definitely make another time.

  4. I made this and thought it was YUK!! The texture was not good…..I ate the blueberries and chunked the rest. Think it definitely needs more butter.

  5. Super easy to make and my toddler loved it! Our recent blueberries we’re super tart and she refuses to eat them – gobbled them like a charm in this ;)

  6. Just made this tonight and I cant say thank you enough! This was awesome! Thanks for sharing this with everyone :)

    • I’m sure you could use a sugar substitute, but I have not tried it so can’t guarantee the results. I would check on the Splenda packets and see what the sugar equivalent is.

  7. I made these with frozen blueberries and it worked perfectly. I also did a quick microwave custard to pour on top. My partner loves this dessert and it was all done in under 5 mins. Thanks for the recipe!

  8. Thank you!I just made this using fresh mulberries that I have in abundance this year! delish! Read some one else subbed coconut oil for butter, much as I love butter i may try that next. healthy you know!lol! I did mine in a coffee mug as i dont have ramekins! THANKYOU!

  9. Relatively easy to make but didn’t enjoy it. It wasn’t bad but nothing to write home about. The batter is just too bland for my taste. Quite disappointed :/

  10. Thank you for downsizing and microwave adaptation. This was an amazing quick dessert that I had as breakfast instead ????????. Can’t wait to try different fruits.

    • 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.

  11. 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!

  12. 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!

  13. 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

  14. 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

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