This easy crockpot blueberry cobbler in mason jars dessert is delicious and individually portioned out. Use any fruit you like and only 3 ingredients total!
I also love having things individually portioned so there’s less clean up and the kids think it is “cool” too. Since I’m a bit obsessed with mason jars I decided to try this easy crockpot blueberry cobbler in mason jars and they came out amazingly well! It’s one of our favorite dessert crockpot recipes. (affiliate links present)
You can call this a dump cake if you like. I really don’t like that term and to me it tastes like a warm cobbler. I love crockpot and Instant Pot meals and desserts because it seriously makes my life so much easier.
- This is a treat we came up with recently.
I bought an entire case of these mini mason jars online because I knew they’d be great to bake things in like our s’mores in a jar dessert, and would fit perfectly in my slow cooker too! Luckily exactly 5 fit in my 8 qt. crockpot and since there are 5 of us I use this trick quite often when I can.
You only need 3 ingredients to make these fun crockpot blueberry cobbler desserts.
Use any fruit filling you like, I just love blueberries!
You only need 1/2 box of cake mix (8 oz or so of dry mix) and 1/2 stick of butter. If you’re not into measuring just use the whole bag and 1 stick of melted butter. You will just have some left over at the end.
Crockpot Blueberry Cobbler
- Place 1/2 pint size mason jars inside crockpot.
- Put 2 heaping tbsp. of pie filling inside each one.
- In a separate bowl mix together cake mix and 1 stick of melted butter. Mix well, it will be clumpy and a bit dry.
- Put 2 tbsp of cake mix mixture inside each jar on top of your pie filling.
- Spoon 1/2 tbsp. of melted butter on top of your cake mix in each jar.
- Add 2 c water into your slow cooker. Put lid on your crockpot and set to high for 2 hours.
- Use pot holder to lift out when done, put on a plate (will be hot), put a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top and serve!
Of course as is tastes amazing but topped with vanilla ice cream makes it over the top yummy! It cools it off a little bit too and stays right there since the lip on the mason jars prevent it from spilling over. “Mini pies” my kids call them and they’re just a jar full of warm goodness that we will make all year long!
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