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Easy Fruit Cobblers and Crisps

Cobblers and crisps traditionally are warm fruit desserts with a biscuit or crunchy topping. Thanks to the availability of fresh, frozen, and canned fruits, you can enjoy cobblers and crisps any time of year. Among the variety of fruits, spices, and toppings in these recipes, you'll find the perfect one for you.

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    • Cherry Cobbler with White Chocolate-Almond Biscuits

      First it's tart, then it's sweet. Soak pitted tart red cherries in vanilla and almond extracts before melting them in milky white chocolate. Serve homemade mascarpone cream to take this cobbler to the next level.

    • Peach Crisp

      This crisp is peachy keen in any season. In the summer, to ensure your fresh peaches are ripe, pick ones with a yellow or cream-color near the stem. The secret to the crumbly topping? Graham crackers! Serve warm with ice cream for a delish dessert.

    • Blueberry Crisp

      Traditional blueberry crisp, served warm, is an old-time favorite. A splash of lemon juice brings out the fresh, delicate taste of each berry.

    • Strawberry-Raspberry-Rhubarb Crumble

      Bring our delicious berry crumble to your next potluck. Add in some extra berry sweetness by tossing the fruit with Chambord or raspberry liqueur before baking. For easy toting, place the pan in a heavy cardboard berry flat. Your supermarket's produce handlers will gladly give them away.

    • Fruit Crisp

      It's so easy to customize this tasty dessert. Whether you like apples, pears, peaches or cherries  – the options are endless! Just grab your favorite fresh or frozen fruit for a quick and juicy no-fuss crisp. Cinnamon and brown sugar add a touch of warm flavor in the crunchy oat topping.

    • Triple-Berry Cobbler

      Enjoy this sweet berry medley at any summer get-together. On hot days, add a scoop of frozen yogurt and sprinkle with cinnamon and nutmeg.

    • Tropical Apricot Crisp

      An assortment of warm honey-glazed apricots, dried-fruit bits, and shaved coconut makes this crisp an instant favorite. Add vanilla bean ice cream or oats sprinkled with cinnamon for creaminess or crunch.

    • Creamy Cherry Cobbler with Pound Cake Topper

      Our cream cheese and cherry dessert is perfect for picnics or backyard entertaining. Best of all, it's easy to scoop and takes only 25 minutes to grill. Prepare the fruit mixture prior to your guests' arrivals so you never have to leave the party.

    • Doughnut Apple Cobbler

      Try this sweet spin on classic apple cobbler. Mix and match your favorite apples, and top them with cinnamon-sugar-coated cake doughnuts. Then drizzle the cobbler with melted butter and serve warm. You'll crave this dessert for breakfast, too!

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      Mixed-Berry Crumble

      Warm, nutty, and full of fruit, this dessert can be made in your slow cooker. Dinner guests will love the crumbled Kashi cereal and biscotti cookies in the delicious topping.

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      Spicy Autumn Fruits Cobbler with Graham Cracker Biscuits

      Fruit cobbler turns rebellious when Asian pears, golden raisins, and sugar-covered cranberries combine with ground ginger, sweet nutmeg, and hot cayenne pepper. Unleash your spicy side with this daring dish.

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      Chutney-Style Apple Cobbler

      Looking for something different? Try this Indian-inspired cobbler packed with fruits, spices, and jalapeno peppers. The chiles give the dessert a subtle kick.

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      Peach Macaroon Cobbler

      Warm baked peaches and a coconut-filled topping make this dessert a treat for the eyes as well as for the taste buds. Serve with whipped cream for a memorable ending to a meal.

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      Apple-Cranberry Crisp

      This crisp is packed with sweet apples and tart cranberries that make for a delightful fruity dish. For a more healthful alternative to whipped cream, serve with a dollop of vanilla or lemon yogurt.

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      Peach-Almond Crisp

      This ginger-spiced fruit dessert is a breeze to put together. Select peaches that have healthy golden-yellow skin without tinges of green. The ripe fruit should yield slightly to gentle pressure.

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      Rhubarb Desserts

      Like your dessert with a little tartness? Say hello to your new BFF: rhubarb. The pretty pink plant is tasty, puckery, and perfect for dessert recipes such as rhubarb pie, rhubarb crisp, and rhubarb cobbler. You'd better catch these hot stalks while you can -- their fleeting season is mid- to late spring.
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