Our Best Apple Crisp and Cobbler Recipes

Apple-Cherry Cobbler,
Leaves are changing, days are getting cooler, and apples are in abundance -- time to cue classic apple crisp and warm apple cobbler. From traditional crumb-topped crisp recipes to fast, low-calorie cobblers, we have a warm, cinnamon-spiced treat for any crowd.

Walnut Apple Crisp

No need to spend hours in the kitchen -- this slow cooker apple crisp recipe requires only 10 minutes of prep time. Topped with a scoop of ice cream, this warm and gooey crisp is the perfect potluck dessert. 

Apple-Cranberry Crisp

Turn your orchard haul into a batch of cranberry-apple crisp in just under an hour. Quick-cooking oats make easy work of the prep, and swapping margarine for butter brings the total fat to only 5 grams per serving.

Grilled Apple Crisp with Porter-Toffee Sauce

Get ready, apple crisp aficionados. This unique spin on the classic dessert gets its irresistible, slightly smoky quality from a quick stint on the charcoal grill. Your favorite porter beer gives the brown sugar sauce a warm, nutty flavor.

Classic Apple Crisp

You can't beat a classic. From the crispy crumb topping to the cinnamon-nutmeg sauce, this apple crisp recipe is perfect for those cool autumn evenings. Not sweet enough? Top each serving with our rich and creamy vanilla bean custard sauce.

This classic apple dessert is served brown and bubbly from the oven. We've taken it to the next level with a rich and creamy custard sauce.

Easy Indulgence: Classic Apple Crisp

There's nothing fancy about this classic apple crisp recipe -- and that's why we love it! This timeless dessert is a definite favorite.

Granny Smith Cobbler with White Cheddar Biscuits

Tart Granny Smith apples. Warm cinnamon sauce. Savory cheddar biscuits. Each bite of this home-style apple crisp recipe tastes like autumn. It's even better served warm with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.

Mini Apple Crisp Bites

They may be small, but these bites are still full of flavor. The adorable mini apple crisps are perfect for a snack or for grabbing dessert on the go.

Polenta-Pecan Apple Cobbler

A layer of fluffy polenta and crunchy pecans makes this rustic apple cobbler recipe one of our favorites. It's brimming with warm apples, tart dried cherries, and a generous helping of cinnamon for a gorgeous dessert that's ready in an hour.

Maple, Apple, and Date Fruit Crisp

Go ahead, dig into that cozy apple crisp. This 200-calorie treat uses better-for-you ingredients so you can indulge while sticking to your diet. Whole grain cereal flakes cut carbs and add the crunch you love, while dates and real maple syrup sweeten the fruit without adding processed sugar.

Caramel Crunch Apple Crisp

The golden brown topping on this crisp provides crunch, while a drizzle of warm caramel sauce adds sweetness. This yummy apple crisp is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Doughnut Apple Cobbler

What's better than apple crisp? Apple crisp with doughnuts! This delicious dessert-gone-breakfast boasts a layer of homemade cinnamon-sugar cake pastries and four different kinds of apples.

Gluten Free Apple-Pistachio Crisp

This easy crisp uses gluten-free rolled oats and gluten-free flour in its classic crumbly topping, making it the perfect treat for the whole family. Roasted pistachio nuts add an extra crunch to this scrumptious apple crisp.

Chutney-Style Apple Cobbler

Spicy jalapenos, dried fruits, and pumpkin pie spice cook with tart apples for a chutney-inspired spin on classic cobbler. A fluffy buttermilk dumpling in each dish is an easy twist on the more traditional crumb topping.

Mock Apple Crisp

Get your apple crisp fix without all the work. This so-easy shortcut treat is made with cinnamon apples and crushed biscotti or shortbread cookies instead of crumb topping. Top it off with sweet caramel sauce and whipped cream.

Apple-Cherry Cobbler

This sweet-tart cobbler has an easy-prep secret: It's made in your slow cooker. Mix up the ingredients before you leave in the morning, then let it simmer all day. When you're ready to indulge, just layer with crunchy cinnamon triangles and dig in.

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