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Crisps & Cobblers

Crisps (fruits topped with a dry oatmeal or flour crust and baked) and cobblers (fruits topped with biscuit crust and baked) are super-easy desserts and great ways to use local, seasonal fruits.

Asian Pear Crisp
Asian pears are crisp and light when eaten raw, but cook up beautifully in this Asian Pear Crisp.

Berry Cobbler
See how easy it is to make a berry cobbler - be it raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, strawberry, or huckleberry - with this recipe for how to make a berry cobbler.

Berry Crisp
Use any berries - or mix of berries - you like in this simple and flexible berry crisp.

Blackberry Honey Crisp
Juicy blackberries are lightly sweetened with honey (and topped with a rich crisp topping) in this easy, homey dessert.

Blueberry Almond Crisp
Sweet and tart blueberries are covered with a simple oat, sugar, and almond mixture to create this Blueberry Almond Crisp.

Buttermilk Biscuit Berry Cobbler
See how easy it is to make a berry cobbler - be it raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, strawberry, or huckleberry - with this recipe on how to make a buttermilk biscuit berry cobbler.

Hazelnut Berry Crisp
Ground hazelnuts add an earthy note to this hearty Hazelnut Berry Crisp.

Raspberry Cornmeal Cobbler
When you have a lot of raspberries (you should be so lucky!), this is a great way to use them. The sweet biscuits on top have a bit of cornmeal in them for a gentle crunch that highlights the seedy texture of the berries.

Rosemary Pear Crisp
A sprig of fresh rosemary on the bottom of the dish perfumes this crisp while lemon juice adds a bright, vibrant flavor to the sweet, unctuous pears.

Sour Cherry Cobbler
Quick but old-fashioned, sour cherries shine under the influence of bourbon in this biscuit-crowned cobbler.

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