Cobbler & Crisp Recipes

Regardless of the season, a yummy crisp or cobbler is the perfect go-to recipe to showcase your favorite fruit of the month. Whether it's strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, cherry, rhubarb, peach, apple, plum, blackberry, or mixed berry, cobblers and crisps are often faster and easier to prepare than a traditional pie recipe. No matter if you prefer a sweet, crumbly crisp or an old-fashioned doughy cobbler, each one is as pretty to look at as it is to eat. These tempting desserts are the perfect ending to any meal and even make a great afternoon or evening snack. A proven crowd-pleaser, they are also a favorite at potlucks, picnics, tailgate parties, or any other casual gathering. Some people like them best when served warm, topped with a big scoop of ice cream or frozen yogurt. No matter how you serve them, these delectable fruity treats hit the spot every time.

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Apple-Almond Brave Betty
This spin on the classic Brown Betty gets a "brave" update from amaretti cookies and bourbon. A pie-size betty is traditional, but if you like, assemble the recipe in individual ovenproof ramekins.
Mango-Peach Cobblers
Granola serves as the crunchy topper for this easy, healthy cobbler recipe. Mango adds a tropical touch to a traditional peach cobbler.
Rhubarb Crisp
Don't let a spring or early summer season pass you by without making this rhubarb crisp recipe. Using only rhubarb (no strawberries or other fruits), this crisp recipe is for lovers of rhubarb's natural sweet-tart flavor.
Bananas Foster Crisp
Baking these crisps in shallow au gratin dishes means more of the banana browns and caramelizes. If you don't have au gratin minis, use a deep dish pie plate instead.
Cherry-Orange Cobbler
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For crunchy, golden tops that sparkle, brush biscuits with half-and-half and sprinkle with turbinado sugar.
One-Pot Mixed Berry Cobbler
This one-pot cobbler easily comes together thanks to refrigerated biscuits. The hint of lime zest and flaked coconut gives it an extra burst of flavor and texture.
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More Cobbler & Crisp Recipes

Pear-Cheese Tumble
You can use almost any variety of pears here, but Bosc pears are our go-to variety for baking because they hold their shape best. Look for ones that are fragrant and ready to eat but still firm to the touch.
Nutty Caramel Apple Crisp
Caramel and nuts combine in this extra sweet and satisfying update to a classic baked apple dish.
Persimmon Cobbler
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Persimmons, pears, and ginger are a match made in dessert flavor heaven in this delicious fruit cobbler recipe. Things only get better when you add a homemade boozy custard sauce!