Crazy-Good Fruit Cobbler Recipes
See all of our best fruit cobbler recipes including blackberry cobbler, cherry cobbler, peach cobbler and more.
Put down your peeler: This brilliant dish is our easiest peach cobbler ever.
Recipe: Ginger-Peach Shortbread Cobbler
Here we've updated the well-known dessert with the crunch of cornmeal and a hint of lemon. Frozen berries may be substituted for fresh; just increase the baking time by about 10 minutes. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for the ultimate summer indulgence.
- Recipe: Fresh Berry Cobbler
Take advantage of fresh peaches with this summer recipe. Blanching fresh peaches makes them easier to peel. To do this test kitchen tip drop a few peaches at a time into boiling water for 45-65 seconds. Remove with a slotted spoon and place into ice water for 10-20 seconds to stop the cooking process. If the skin doesn’t slide off easily repeat the process keeping the peaches in boiling water for only 30 seconds.
- Recipe: Pecan-Peach Cobbler
We’ve replaced the thinly rolled piecrust of more conventional cobblers with rich stir-and-bake muffin batter. The secret to these cake like cobblers is in the timing: Spooning the muffin batter over a piping-hot filling ensures the underside of the crust cooks as quickly and evenly as the top.
In less than an hour you can serve up this simply divine dessert. Pop it in the oven just before you sit down to eat, and your family can enjoy it warm at meal’s end. For individual servings, bake for the same amount of time in 6 (8-oz.) ramekins on an aluminum foil-lined baking sheet.
Recipe: Easy Blackberry Cobbler
Step-by-Step Video: Make Easy Blackberry Cobbler
The deep, tart flavor of apricots contrasts deliciously with this cobbler’s sweet pastry topping. For a simple shortcut use ice cream or whipping cream instead of the custard sauce.
Our twist on apple cobbler is both darling and delectable. Who could resist buttery biscuit dough rolled with almonds and brown sugar baked into a pretty pinwheel crust?
This super-quick recipe serves the traditional blend of cooked peaches and sugar in individual ramekins topped with a crisp round of pie crust. It provides all the delectable taste of peach cobbler you love but is perfect for a weeknight treat or small dinner party.
- Recipe: So-Easy Peach Cobbler
Summer is the season to harvest figs. They don’t last long off the tree―so once they are picked the race is on. Their honey-like sweetness pairs tastefully with raspberries and cinnamon for this delicious mid-summer treat.
- Recipe: Fig-and-Raspberry Cobbler
Impress guests with this festive, fruity cobbler; they’ll have no idea how easy it was to make. Simply cut stars out of refrigerated biscuit dough and fill with a four-ingredient warm blueberry mixture. Garnish with sweetened whipped cream.
Is there anything better than a fresh berry cobbler topped with ice cream? Best make that call after you taste this one with our Mascarpone Cream.
Looking for a party-perfect treat that's a cut above the classic fruit-filled cobbler? Consider it found.
- Recipe: Blackberry-Peach Cobbler Bars
Take advantage of the abundance of packaged frozen blackberries in the winter months and whip up this special treat.
Recipe: Winter Blackberry Cobbler
- Recipe: Banana Bread Cobbler
"I remember always wanting my grandmother to make this cobbler for me when I was a little girl," says country singer Lauren Alaina.
Recipe: Blackberry Cobbler
Unexpected but oh-so right, a touch of tangy-sweet balsamic vinegar combined with honey, cinnamon, and a pinch of freshly ground black pepper magnifies the sweetness of blueberries. We love this buttery crust, but if time is short, substitute a store-bought one and simply crimp the edges.
Recipe: Honey-Balsamic-Blueberry Pie
Step-by-Step Video: Lattice Pie Crust
We love this recipe because it's easy enough for busy, weeknight cooking; pop the crumble in the oven when you serve dinner and it'll be ready in about 40 minutes. Blueberries or raspberries may be substituted for the blackberries.
Recipe: Peach-Berry Crumble