These easy cobbler and crisp recipes are a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth while still benefitting from the vitamins and fiber found in fruit.
Peach, Plum, and Apricot Crisp
Savor the summer's best produce with this simple, family-favorite crisp. Freshly grated nutmeg accents the flavors of the
fruit while the crispy brown sugar and oat topping offers a crispy texture contrast.
This peach cobbler features basic ingredients, making it easy to prepare on a moment's notice. Our favorite review reads,
"This is by far the best peach cobbler recipe I've found. It tastes more like the peach cobblers my mother and grandmother
made. If friends or family are coming by, I can prepare this dessert, pop it in the oven and wait for the oohs and aahs as
my guests are welcomed to our home by the warm aroma of fresh-baked peach cobbler."
When it is warm outdoors, the last thing you want to do is heat up the house with the oven. Try baking on the grill using
indirect heat. Assemble the simple crisp featuring two types of apples, Golden Delicious and Granny Smith, top with the buttery
crust and bake.
Six ingredients are all you need for this incredible cobbler. Great with fresh or frozen berries, your friends and family
will be craving it all year long, so be sure to stock up on the ingredients! A dollop of whipped cream on top is a great alternative
to traditional vanilla ice cream.Recipe: Easy Blackberry Cobbler
Quick Pear-Ginger Crisps
Crunchy chopped gingersnaps and walnuts complement the sweet pears perfectly. Serve with vanilla ice cream for an even richer
dessert.Recipe: Quick Pear-Ginger Crisps
Maple-Walnut Apple Crisp
This delicious apple crisp is so satisfying, family and friends won't even know it's light, too! Make this dessert recipe tonight.
With lots of fiber and (relatively) little sugar, raspberries are one of the healthiest fruits money can buy. Pair them with
blackberries and a fiber-rich cobbled topping made from a blend of whole-wheat and all-purpose flour for a guilt-free indulgence.Recipe: Mixed-Fruit Cobbler
Fig-Raspberry Crisp with Lavender-Honey Sour Cream
You can bake the crisp up to 8 hours ahead, then let it cool; cover and let stand at room temperature. As a topping, thick
and creamy Greek yogurt makes a nice alternative to sour cream.
If you think the best part of a cobbler is the crust, then this is the recipe for you. Sprinkle store-bought pie dough with
cinnamon and sugar, then bake for 15 minutes and let cool before serving atop a bowl of piping hot baked peaches.Recipe: Peach Cobbler with a Cinnamon Crust
Reminiscent of bananas foster, this crisp pairs bananas and mango with dark rum, sweetened coconut, and crystallized ginger
for an island-inspired sweet treat.Recipe: Banana-Mango Crisp
Easy Peach Crisp
Need a last-minute dessert for your summer cookout? Whip up this 5-ingredient peach crisp in a flash and serve with a scoop
of low-fat vanilla frozen yogurt.
It's hard to find a cobbler recipe that's easier than this one. Top cherry pie filling and canned dark sweet cherries with strips of white bread drizzled with
sugar, butter, egg, and lemon rind. In just minutes, your kitchen will be filled with the irresistible aroma of baking cobbler.Recipe: Too-Easy Cherry Cobbler
High-quality frozen fruit makes it easy to enjoy your favorite varieties year round. For this crisp, mix frozen peaches and
rhubarb with sugar, lemon juice, and flour, then top with a homemade oat streusel and bake for 45 to 50 minutes.Recipe: Peach-Rhubarb Crisp