Cobblers and Crisps – Easy Recipes That Make You Look Like a Pastry Chef!
You can get creative with these easy dessert recipes. Get in and out of the kitchen fast and impress everyone with your skills. That is winning for me!
You can swap out the fruits if you would like and make them with your favorite fruit or with what is in season. We found gluten-free and vegan options too. Fresh fruit cobblers are one of my favorite desserts to make in the summertime, but they can be enjoyed all year round. What is your favorite fruit to use in a cobbler or crisp? Do you like to serve them with whipped cream or ice cream?
What I’ve Learned About Making Fruit Cobblers
- If you are using frozen fruit, be sure to thaw it and drain the liquid so your cobbler is not runny.
- Canned fruit and pie filling do not work well – at least not for me!
- You can check for doneness with a thermometer. Look for the temperature in the middle to be 200 degrees F. The filling should be bubbly around the sides.
- You can swap out the fruit to use what you have on hand.
I love a recipe made from a cake mix, it is so easy!
Imagine the yummy aroma from this as it cooks in the crockpot!
These are individual servings made inside mason jar lids!
You make this with oatmeal cookies, a nice shortcut!
If you want a delicious dessert just for two, try this one!
Gluten-Free Peach Cobbler Bars – Vegan
Uses gluten-free oats!
Needs only 3 ingredients!
It is low carb too, wow!
Gluten-free Almond Blackberry Cobbler
This gluten-free Blackberry Almond Cobbler recipe is easy, sweet, and totally comforting.
Warm berries with a crunchy topping baked easily in your iron skillet.
Pumpkin Cobbler with Brown Butter Streusel
The creamy pumpkin filling is topped with a toasty streusel made with browned butter, brown sugar, oats, and pecans, and baked until golden brown and delicious.
Healthy Peach Crisp With Granola
“This is an easy recipe for Healthy Peach Crisp that uses pre-made granola. It’s a delicious breakfast that will feed a crowd. Or you can store the peach crisp into individual containers and enjoy them as pre-made breakfasts.”
Coconut Oil Blueberry Crisp Crumble
“Blueberry crisp crumble with an oat and coconut oil topping. Healthy and fruity dessert that’s gluten-free and vegan with no added refined sugar!”
Gluten-Free Caramel Apple Crisp Recipe
“This gluten-free caramel apple crisp is the perfect dessert for that chilly fall weather. It’s full of warm spices and caramel. Make sure to serve it with some vanilla ice cream and an extra drizzle of caramel sauce.”
“This gluten-free cherry cobbler pairs tart sour cherries with hazelnut crumble topping. Super easy, paleo, low carb, and sugar-free!”
Is your mouth watering? I know mine is. If you are entertaining or need to bring a dessert to a party, these easy cobblers and crisps recipes will make you look like the superwoman that you are! Which crisp or cobbler recipe will you try? Come back and let us know how they turned out!
Have you tried making desserts in your Instant Pot? Try these easy Instant Pot recipes.
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