Drool-Worthy Strawberry Cobbler

I’m ridiculously excited to share my strawberry cobbler recipe with y’all today. Ridley and I stopped by a strawberry farm last week where we bought two gallons of fresh berries. Oh wow. They were so delicious. It brought back many childhood memories as I washed them and capped them.

I froze most of the strawberries, but my hubby asked if I would make something sweet. I looked through my recipe card file and found an old peach cobbler recipe {possibly from my Memaw} that I modified a bit after consulting with my momma. This strawberry cobbler is easy and definitely drool-worthy!

What is your favorite Strawberry Dessert?

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  1. says

    I will have to keep this recipe in mind! The berry farm down the way here opens next month and we are hoping to go! I am a little worried about what we will do with all the berries but this is one thing I can for sure try! Thank you :)
    Shelley´s last blog post ..Mother’s Day 2012

    • Myra says

      I’m not a huge cobbler fan myself, but strawberry is delish! I hope you have a wonderful day Micha! :)

  2. Gretchen says

    I just copied your strawberry cobbler recipe, as it looks and sounds delicious. Was wondering, would you please share the original peach cobbler recipe, that you modified for the strawberry version. My family really like both these fruits, and I would appreciate being able to make cobblers with them.

    Thank You kindly, for your time,


    • Myra Hope says

      Hi Gretchen! You can use this exact recipe for peaches. :) I tweaked the dry ingredients a bit and the butter from the original recipe. I’ve used this strawberry cobbler recipe with peaches, blueberries and blackberries and it always turns out delicious! :)



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