Fruit Crisps, Cobblers and Crumbles
Use in-season fruit to make delicious fruit crisps, cobblers and crumbles.
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Peach and Raspberry Cobbler
Bake honey- and lemon-coated peaches with a biscuit topping until browned and bubbly.
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Blueberry and Nectarine Cobbler
When adding juicy summer fruit (like blueberries) to pies and cobblers, you generally need something to help the fruit coalesce into a sauce. We love instant tapioca, as it thickens while fading into the background, letting the fruit shine.
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Alton's blueberry-filled cake starts with a smooth batter that is sprinkled with a streusel topping.
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Bourbon Peach Cobbler
Stir one-quarter cup of bourbon into Tyler's peach cobbler for the ultimate take on the classic summer dessert. The alcohol will bake off for this kid-friendly treat.
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Plum-Nectarine-Blackberry Crumble With Cornmeal-Pistachio Topping
Toss nectarines, plums and blackberries with sugar as the fruit filling underneath a cornmeal and brown sugar topping.
For a healthier take on the classic crumble, top rhubarb and strawberries with almonds and Greek yogurt.
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Peach and Strawberry Crumble
Serve Giada's oat-topped peach and strawberry mixture with a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of your favorite vanilla ice cream.
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Blueberry Crumble With Cornmeal-Almond Topping
Make an almond-filled topping for a blueberry base that has a splash of lemon juice.
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Apple-Raspberry Crumble with Oat-Walnut Topping
Enjoy this not-too-sweet crumble straight from the oven with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
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Cin-ful Peach Cobbler
Brown sugar will bring a rich, deep molasses flavor to Guy's peach cobbler.
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Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler
The great part about a cobbler is that it can be made ahead and then served warm, chilled or at room temperature. Plus, you can swap in other fruits like blueberries, plums, cherries and more depending on what's in season near you.
Get the Recipe: Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler