This delicious cherry cobbler recipe is super easy to make and uses canned cherries and Bisquick! With it’s sweet cherry filling and delicious bisquick top, this is the perfect dessert to serve any time of year.
If you want to make a simple, homemade cherry cobbler that is packed with delicious flavor, then this is the recipe for you.
It combines the great taste of cherries and cobbler top by using canned cherries and Bisquick. This is one of my favorite cherry cobbler recipes and it’s always a big hit when served to family and friends.
Make sure to bookmark or pin this recipe, that way you can find it the next time you are craving homemade cherry cobbler.
Out of all the different cobbler tops you can use, this Bisquick version is the perfect combination of flavor and texture. Compare it to others, I’m sure you won’t be disapointed.Cobbler Tip
Dessert inspiration: More great Bisquick dessert recipes
How to Make Homemade Canned Cherry Cobbler using Bisquick
With just a handful of simple ingredients and minutes of prep time, you can have make an outstanding cherry cobbler fit for serving any time of year.
This recipe is as simple as combining your ingredients and popping it in the oven for a quick bake. It’s great as is, or topped with whipped cream or ice cream.
The only equipment needed is a 9×9 baking dish and a mixing bowl. It’s super easy, and the flavor can’t be beat.
Another great option: Classic cherry cobbler
This recipe only uses common ingredients, and it’s very affordable. I love recipes like this. It’s hard to beat only spending minutes and getting a dessert with so much delicious flavor.
This is a great last minutes dessert that tastes great any time of year.
- Canned Dark Cherries
- Granulated Sugar
- Ground Cinnamon
- Butter (melted)
Cherries: I love the flavor of dark, tart cherries. It pairs perfectly with the added sweetness and Bisquick topping. You can opt for any type of canned cherries, but I highly recommend going with tart dark cherries if at all possible.
Bisquick: Bisquick is a great baking ingredient. It produces consistently great tasting results with the ideal texture for cobbler.
Granulated Sugar: I’ve experimented with the sugar level over the years, and have found three quarters of a cup to provide the ideal amount of sweetness. You can go with more or less if you prefer a sweeter, or tarter cobbler.
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Simple Step by Step Instructions
One of the best things about cobbler is how simple they can be to make. Think of it as mixing together your cherry mixture and your topping separately. Then you just have to put them together and bake!
The great flavor and simplicity has made this a long standing dessert in my home. And I have a feeling your family will enjoy it just as much.
Step 1: Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Step 2: In your baking pan, stir together your cherries, granulated sugar, and ground cinnamon.
Step 3: In your mixing bowl, stir together your Bisquick, melted butter, and milk.
Step 4: Spoon your Bisquick mixture over your cherry mixture.
Step 5: Bake in preheated oven for 25 minutes.
Step 6: Serve warm, topped with whipped cream or ice cream if desired, and enjoy!
This cobbler tastes great with chocolate drizzled over the top. Just before serving add chocolate sauce or a simple chocolate ganache for a truly delicious treat.Cobbler Topping Tip
Easy Cherry Cobbler (With Bisquick)
- 1 9×9 Baking Dish
- 1 Mixing Bowl
- 4 Cups Canned Dark Cherries
- 1½ Cups Bisquick
- ¾ Cup Granulated Sugar
- 3 Tbs Butter melted
- 1 tsp Ground Cinnamon
- ½ Cup Milk
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
- In your baking pan, stir together your cherries, granulated sugar, and ground cinnamon.
- In your mixing bowl, stir together your Bisquick, melted butter, and milk.
- Spoon your Bisquick mixture over your cherry mixture.
- Bake in preheated oven for 25 minutes.
- Serve warm, topped with whipped cream or ice cream if desired, and enjoy!
Liv’s Bisquick Cherry Cobbler Recipe Notes
- When stirring together your Bisquick topping, some lumps are completely fine.
- Bake your cobbler until the topping is done and lightly brown. Usually take about 25 minutes.
- There are many great topping ideas you can use including ice cream, whipped cream, or chocolate sauce.
- Store your cherry cobbler covered for up to three days in the refrigerator.