I hope you enjoy an Easy Blueberry Cobbler soon!

Easy Blueberry Cobbler Recipe - quick microwave cobbler with fresh or frozen blueberries
Print Pin it!
4.69 from 29 votes

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
Yield 1
Author Lisa Huff



  • 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
Did you try this recipe?Tag @SnappyGourmet or #SnappyGourmet!

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.)

About the Author

Lisa Huff is a Cookbook Author, Freelance Recipe Developer, Food Photographer, Blogger/Writer, and award-winning home chef. She loves creating unique recipes from healthy to decadent including cocktails, appetizers, main dishes, dessert recipes and more and has appeared on various shows, publications, and websites. <More about Lisa Huff>

Reader Interactions


  1. Adriana Lopez Martin says

    What a perfect idea for blueberry season! Cobbler is such a southern classic never fails and it is always a pleaser

  2. Natalie says

    I love blueberries in desserts and this blueberry cobbler seems simply delicious and I love how easy it is to make it!

  3. Marie says

    Yum! Blueberry desserts are so tasty! Love that this is a single serving dessert and it’s so quick to make too.

  4. Monica | Nourish & Fete says

    These sound so tasty and SIMPLE – my favorite kind of dessert! I love the idea of making them in coffee mugs, and just cuddling up with a spoon on the couch. :)

    • Lisa Huff says

      You could try a milk substitute like almond milk or coconut milk but I have not tried so can’t guarantee how it will turn out.

  5. Carly Long says

    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.

  6. Cinda says

    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 ;)

  7. Michi I'Lundaria says

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

    • Lisa Huff says

      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.

    • Lisa Huff says

      I have done that before but I don’t see why not. I would maybe just bring it to room temperature first or it may need a little more cooking.

Leave a Comment

Recipe Rating