Looking for skillet desserts that are super easy to make and delicious? This easy Skillet Strawberry Cobbler recipe is baked in a cast iron skillet to golden brown goodness. It’s one of those desserts your family will devour.
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I’m a huge fan of a cast iron skillet. It’s like my most prized kitchen possession, and there’s seldom a meal that some sort of cast iron pan doesn’t get used.
But for baking up cornbread, cakes, or cobblers, it’s even better. It doesn’t ever stick and bakes up the prettiest and sweetest golden brown crust you’ve ever tasted.
Easy Skillet Strawberry Cobbler
Just last week, I decided to make a strawberry cobbler in my 10-inch skillet, and even though I made enough to fill up the pan entirely, the family finished the whole thing.
But who could resist it? Even my youngest who doesn’t like strawberries had two helpings himself.
That’s because the sweet strawberry saturates the buttery crust to give it an almost sweet and salty combination.
I’m sure you could use other berries or fruit fillings for this one, too. So just experiment with your favorite fruit flavors a bit. It’s one of those super easy recipes that’s easy to tweak and change.
Feel free to print your own copy of how I made this one by using the recipe card at the bottom of this post, or pin it for later when you need an easy dessert your family is sure to enjoy.
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- 1 quart frozen strawberries, thawed and quartered
- 2 cups sugar
- 2 1/4 cups baking mix
- 2 eggs
- 1 1/4 stick butter, melted
- Butter 10 inch cast iron skillet and set in oven while preheating to 350 degrees.
- In a large bowl, combine sugar and baking mix.
- Stir in the eggs to create clumpy mixture.
- Once the oven is preheated, carefully remove the skillet and place strawberries in the bottom of the pan.
- Cover the strawberries with the baking mix.
- Pour melted butter all over the top.
- Bake for 35 to 40 minutes or until golden brown.
Heather D. (@GirlGoneMom) says
This looks great! I can’t wait to make it 🙂
Tammy @ creativekkids says
Can you believe I don’t have a cast iron skillet. I know you have to season it, etc. and It sounded complicated–lol. But this looks so good! I may have to figure out how to use one.
Jennifer at Making Our Life Matter says
I love cobbler! Can’t wait to make this sometime soon!
Candi @ A Day in Candiland says
I love these skillet recipes that you have been sharing.
Oh my – that looks absolutely delicious! Might be time to dust off the skillet and try making a cobbler! That would be so perfect with some hot custard on a cold Sunday afternoon…
Heather M says
I adore anything that you can make in a cast iron skillet. This looks amazing.
Sarah Halstead says
Oh my peas! That looks amazing!
THis looks incredible,I can’t wait to try it!
Barb @ A Life in Balance says
Oh, that is easy! And, I love how you use frozen strawberries to make the cobbler. We have lots of fruit in the freezer right now to use up.
Christina @ it is a keeper says
YOu had me at cobbler! I am definitley going to be making this recipe!
shari lynne @ Faith Filled Food for Moms says
YUM our very favorite fruit…strawberries!! I love this idea of the cobbler in a skillet! So easy to serve and so pretty too! Nice!
Oh man, this looks delicious!
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Katherines Corner says
Please pass the milk! this gets two yums ( thumbs) up from me!!! Hugs P.S. I hope you will share at my hop on Thursday.♥
Valentina | The Baking Fairy says
This looks fantastic! I love how easy and delicious cobblers are, and making it in a cast-iron skillet is only a bonus. Pinning!