7 Fruit Crisps and Cobblers That You Can Make Any Time of Year

One-Pot Mixed Berry Cobbler
Photo: Blaine Moats

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.

01 of 07

Cherry Cobbler with White Chocolate-Almond Biscuits

Cherry Cobbler with White Chocolate-Almond Biscuits

Tart red cherries get nice and bubbly while flaky white chocolate biscuits are the crown on top. Oh, and you'll definitely want to make the homemade mascarpone cream included with our recipe. It really takes this cherry cobbler to the next level.

02 of 07

One-Pot Mixed Berry Cobbler

One-Pot Mixed Berry Cobbler
Blaine Moats

All the berries come together (in a quick 20-minute prep time!) for this unforgettable one-pot dish that starts on the stove and ends in the oven. We've used canned biscuits to make an easy cobbler topping. Load it up with a scoop of ice cream and your dessert is ready.

03 of 07

Peach Crisp

Peach Crisp
Jeff Kauck

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.

04 of 07

Spicy Autumn Fruits Cobbler with Graham Cracker Biscuits

Spicy Autumn Fruits Cobbler with Graham Cracker Biscuits

This is a fruit cobbler recipe gone rogue thanks to a daring combo of Asian pears, golden raisins, and sugar-covered cranberries. Combine those with ground ginger, sweet nutmeg, and a pinch of hot cayenne pepper for a real spiced treat.

05 of 07

Apple-Cranberry Crisp


This crisp recipe just screams fall. Packed with sweet apples and tart cranberries, you'll find this that is quite the delightful fruity dish. For a more healthful alternative to whipped cream, serve with a dollop of vanilla or lemon yogurt.

06 of 07

Blueberry Crisp

Blueberry Crisp
Kritsada Panichgul

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

07 of 07

Choose-a-Fruit Crisp

Fruit Crisp

It's so easy to customize this mouthwatering dessert. Whether you're craving an apple, peach, or blackberry crisp, the options are endless! Just grab your favorite fresh or frozen fruit for a quick and easy fruit crisp. Cinnamon and brown sugar add a touch of warm flavor in the crunchy oat topping.

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