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Cobblers are amazing desserts for any occasion. They can be made to be rustic and casual, or dressed up and decorated for nicer occasions. Cobblers are comfort food for any time, great for sharing, and they are always a hit on a dessert table.
The nice thing about cobblers is that they can be made with any filling you could desire. In this recipe roundup, you will find many delicious cobbler recipes that would be wonderful additions to your collections.
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If you like pecan pie, then you will love this crunchy and sweet pecan cobbler recipe. This is a wonderful dessert to make in the fall as it fits well with other seasonal flavors. You start by melting butter in a pan, topping it with a cinnamon brown sugar-flavored batter, then topping that with a crunchy brown sugar and pecan topping with a little hot water gently poured over the top before baking.
It is easy to make, takes only 40 minutes to bake, and only requires about 30 minutes to cool! Serving this with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream only makes the dessert better, although it is amazing by itself.
Caramel Apple Cobbler
Caramel apples are a sweet treat enjoyed during county fairs or carnivals. This caramel apple cobbler recipe takes that sweet treat and gives it a delicious twist. This recipe was made with Fuji apples, but any other baking apple would be good to use in this recipe.
The homemade caramel for this dessert really sets it apart from other recipes and gives it that little edge that most cobblers can’t compete with. It starts by putting some seasoned and chopped apples into a pan and making a quick homemade caramel sauce. You then pour a little caramel over the apples and pour a cinnamon batter over that.
It only takes about 30 minutes to bake and 20 minutes to cool. This cobbler is meant to be topped with some of the homemade caramel before serving, and can also be served with whipped cream.
Apple Cobbler with Crumb Topping
Apple cobblers are a classic flavor, but this apple cobbler with crumb topping gives a classic dessert a nice crunch that makes you crave cool and colorful fall mornings. To make this cobbler, begin by chopping up apples and tossing them with sugar and spices. This recipe was made with a mix of two apples, but anyone kind or combination of baking apples will do.
After chopping and seasoning the apples, pour them into a pan then gently pour water over them. Next, a basic cobbler batter is made and gently poured over the apples, then a sweet brown sugar crumb topping is made to sprinkle on top. This recipe used pecans in the topping, but walnuts could be used as well.
This apple cobbler only takes about 40 minutes to bake and 20 minutes to cool before serving.
For a sweet and summery dessert to share, try this berry cobbler recipe! This cobbler can be made with any berry you prefer such as blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, or a mix of berries either frozen or fresh. To start this dessert, the berries are tossed in sugar and placed in the baking pan.
Then a basic cobbler batter will be made and gently poured all over the berries. Like most recipes, this takes about 40 minutes to bake and around 20 minutes to cool and enjoy! Like most cobblers, this can be served with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream, or it can be enjoyed by itself.
This is a great dessert to make in the spring or summer when berry flavors are heavily used, or it could be nice to make in the fall or winter as a reminder that nice weather is almost around the corner again!
Peach cobbler is a classic dessert that people love. It is so simple to make and can be done with either fresh or canned peaches. The recipe starts with mixing drained peaches with sugar, and you can add some spices if you would like to.
Then all that needs to be done is make a basic cobbler batter that will be gently poured on top of the peaches. This cobbler needs to be baked for about an hour and will need 15 minutes to cool enough before serving. It is so quick and easy to make, and it is a classic that never goes out of style!
It is best served warm but it will be delicious anytime and goes great especially topped with whipped cream.
If you love cobblers but wish the filling had a little tart flavor to break through the sugar, then this rhubarb cobbler recipe is for you! It is made with fresh rhubarb that you can get at most groceries stores or farmers’ markets in the spring and summer. This recipe starts by chopping up rhubarb and tossing it with some flour and sugar.
Then a simple and sweet crumb topping is made and gently spread across the pan of rhubarb, and topped off with a gentle pour of melted margarine with a sprinkle of nutmeg and/or cinnamon. It only takes about 45 minutes to bake and about 15 to cool. It is best enjoyed alone for a more natural tart flavor, but it goes very well with vanilla ice cream too.
Pumpkin is a classic fall flavor that everyone loves. If you are a fan of pumpkin desserts, then this pumpkin cobbler recipe will be another favorite! It is easy to make and takes no longer to bake than most cobblers.
You begin by mixing dry ingredients like flour, sugar, and spices together. Then mix some pumpkin puree with milk, melted butter, and flavorings in a separate bowl. Once the two mixtures are made, they are gently added together and spread in a baking dish.
When the pumpkin mixture is ready, move on to making a topping of sugar and chopped pecans. Once the topping mixture is ready it can be gently spread over the pumpkin mix, then topped with gently poured hot water before baking. It only takes about 40 minutes to bake and is amazingly served either warm or cold.
It pairs great with whipped cream or is delicious by itself.
If you have a serious sweet tooth, then you are going to love this chocolate cobbler recipe. It is a sweet and gooey dessert that is made for sharing, though you may not want to when it is done! It starts by melting butter in a baking dish while the oven preheats.
During that time a mixture of sugar, flour, cocoa powder, and flavorings is made and gently poured over the melted butter. The topping is a simple mixture of sugar and more cocoa powder and is sprinkled over the cobbler batter. Once that is all done it is topped with hot water and baked for about 40 minutes.
This cobbler must cool at least 15 minutes before serving and can be paired with whipped cream or ice cream, or enjoyed by its decadent self!
Butterscotch Caramel Peach Cobbler
For a sweet twist on a classic peach cobbler, try this butterscotch caramel peach cobbler recipe instead. This recipe starts by browning some butter in a pan that is transferred to the baking dish. After that, a vanilla cobbler batter is made and poured over the brown butter.
After the batter is added to the pan, a butterscotch caramel syrup is made and gently mixed with sliced peaches that have been tossed in corn starch. Next, the peach mixture can be gently spooned over the batter and baked for about 50 minutes or until it is golden brown. This cobbler is best served warm with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream and makes for an amazing sweet twist to your classic dessert.
Snickerdoodle cookies are a wonderful addition to any dessert tray, and this snickerdoodle cobbler is twice as good as the cookies. This sticky-sweet cobbler is packed with warm flavors bound to draw in your taste buds and raise your appetite. Like some cobblers, it begins by pouring melted butter into the baking dish.
After that is done a cinnamon-flavored batter is mixed together and gently poured over the melted butter. A cinnamon and sugar topping is then made and gently sprinkled over the cobbler batter. Once all the layers are in the baking dish, gently pour some hot water over the cobbler making sure to evenly coat it.
This takes about 45 minutes to bake and it needs to rest for 5 minutes before you can enjoy your scrumptious creation! Like most cobblers, it is best served warmly and can be paired with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
Cherry cobbler is a wonderful dish to bake if you like cherry pie, and it definitely is easier and faster to make. To begin this cobbler, the butter will be melted in the baking dish while the oven preheats and should only take about 5 minutes. Next, a simple cobbler batter is made and poured into the pan over the melted butter.
After that, the cherries are tossed in sugar and a little flour, then gently and evenly distributed over the cobbler batter. This dessert takes about 60 minutes to bake, or until the topping is golden brown. The cobbler will need about 15 minutes to cool before serving.
Like most fruit cobblers, this cherry cobbler is best served warm, but it is delicious no matter what temperature you have it at!
If you love a nice glass of sangria, then you will love this warm and juicy sangria cobbler recipe. To begin making this cobbler, mix sliced plums, cherries, diced apples, orange juice and zest, lemon juice, and sugar in a bowl. Then mix red wine with cornstarch and toss the fruit in that mixture before pouring into a baking dish.
Next, make a buttermilk cobbler batter that can be spooned evenly over the sweet fruit mixture. Once that is completed, a mix of sugar and orange zest is made and sprinkled over the batter topping. This sangria cobbler takes about 45 minutes to bake, and about 15 minutes to rest before digging into this fruity dessert.
This cobbler specifically is served best warm and by itself, but you can serve with any toppings you would like.
Chai Elderberry Cobbler
To get a seasonal cobbler that is perfect for early fall, try this delectable vegan chai elderberry cobbler recipe. To make this cobbler, combine elderberries, ground flax seeds, and orange juice in a baking dish, then place in the oven as it preheats. Next, a simple vegan cobbler batter is made that is flavored with cinnamon, clove, cardamom, and ginger.
Once the batter is made, the berries can be removed from the oven and gently covered with the batter. This cobbler takes about 25 minutes to bake and 10 minutes to rest until you can enjoy this unique creation!
Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler
To have a sweeter taste in your rhubarb cobbler, try making a strawberry rhubarb cobbler instead. This recipe is so quick and easy to make and is perfect for any occasion. It begins by cutting up strawberries and rhubarb into medium chunks, tossing the fruit in a little lemon juice, and pouring it into a baking dish.
Then a simple crumbly cobbler crust is made and evenly sprinkled over the fruit. When that is completed butter is sliced into thin pieces and evenly spread out over the whole cobbler. This dish takes about 50 minutes to bake until golden brown and can be served hot or cold with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream if desired.
Ginger Lime Pear Cobbler
For a fun dessert idea that most people wouldn’t think of, try this ginger lime pear cobbler recipe! It is the perfect balance of sweet and tart and is bound to have people asking for more. It starts by pouring some melted butter into a pan and setting it aside. Next, a ginger and lime flavored cobbler batter is mixed up and gently added to the pan.
Then sliced pears are mixed with ground ginger and lime juice and gently spooned over the cobbler batter. This will take about an hour to bake and will need 10 minutes to cool before serving.
If you like peach-flavored desserts but want something a little more tart, try making an apricot cobbler. This recipe uses fresh apricots, but canned and drained ones could be used as well. It starts by bringing water, sugar, cornstarch, and spices to a boil, then simmering for 5 minutes after adding the sliced apricots to the mix.
After the fruit is prepared and added to a baking dish, a cobbler crust can be made and gently spooned over the fruit mixture. This cobbler takes about 35 minutes to bake, which will feel like forever but is definitely worth it!
Apple Butternut Squash Cobbler
For a healthier additive to a simple dessert, try making this apple butternut squash cobbler recipe! First chopped apples and frozen or fresh chopped butternut squash are tossed in flour, sugar and some spices then poured into a baking pan. Next, a brown sugar and oat cobbler topping is made and gently spread over the apples and squash.
This dessert will take about 40 minutes to bake and about 10 minutes to cool. It can be served with whipped cream or ice cream, and is a great way to get kids to eat a few more vegetables!
Pineapple Coconut Cobbler
If you are looking for a tropical flavor this pineapple coconut cobbler is for you! It is so easy to make as canned pineapple and store-bought coconut flakes are used. It begins by straining the pineapple and cooking the juice and cornstarch together until thickened, then mixing the pineapple chunks in with some flavorings.
Fruit is then placed in a baking dish and covered with a coconut batter, then baked for 15 minutes or until golden brown. This cobbler pairs extremely well with whipped cream when serving.
For a sweet and juicy dessert, try this amazing plum cobbler recipe. It is very quick to put together and takes almost no time for baking. It starts by mixing fresh sliced plums, sugar, thickeners, and flavorings, then pouring the mixture into a baking pan.
After that, a thick cobbler batter that resembles a biscuit batter will be made and gently spooned over the plum mixture. This cobbler takes about 35 minutes to bake and about 10 minutes to cool before digging in. It can be served warm or cold and pairs nicely with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or some whipped cream.
Cranberry Orange Cobbler
For a wonderful addition to your fall baking list, try this amazing cranberry orange cobbler! It starts off by mixing fresh cranberries with sugar, cornstarch, orange zest, and juice then pouring that into a baking dish. Then a simple crumbly cobbler topping is made and spread evenly over the fruit.
The whole thing is then topped with a cinnamon-sugar mix, and baked for about 50 minutes or until golden brown. Once the cobbler is ready it will take about 10 minutes to cool before serving. It is best paired with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!