A fruit or savory filling poured into a large baking dish and covered with a batter, biscuit, or dumpling before being baked. Enjoy these 17 fresh cobbler recipes…
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1. Fresh Raspberry Peach Cobbler
This Fresh Raspberry Peach Cobbler made with fresh raspberries and fresh peaches is the perfect way to bake summer!
2. Chocolate Cobbler
A chocolate cobbler recipe with a warm, ooey gooey chocolate fudge sauce that is created as the cobbler bakes.
3. Oreo Cobbler
If you love Oreos and ooey, gooey cobblers, you’ll love my 3 Step Oreo Cookie Dump Cobbler recipe. It’s an easy dump-type dessert with crushed Oreo cookies, a traditional cobbler crust, and rich buttery caramel sauce.
4. Triple Berry Crisp
The easiest Triple Berry Crisp made with frozen raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries for a juicy berry filling nestled under a crispy oat topping.
5. Old-Fashioned Berry Cobbler
Old fashioned cobbler, made from scratch, is easier to make than you might think. 10 minutes of prep and you’ll have the best cobbler of your life!
6. 4-Ingredient Peach Cobbler Dump Cake
One of my husband’s favorite desserts was his Dad’s dutch oven peach cobbler. Since I don’t know a thing about using a dutch oven, I went the easy route with this version of peach cobbler. It only takes a few minutes to throw together and tastes great with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!
7. Cinnamon Roll Cobbler
Cinnamon Roll Cobbler – an easy brunch recipe that’s also dessert! Only 2 ingredients and so easy the kids can make it! Dump and bake, that’s it!
8. Blackberry Cobbler
This delicious blackberry cobbler requires just a few minutes of prep and yields a summer dessert everyone is sure to love.
9. Banana Bread Cobbler
Most bakers, even the occasional ones, have most likely made banana bread at least once. It’s a simple thing to whip up, it’s delicious, and it’s a good use of very ripe bananas. The problem, at least to me, is that I get a little bored with it. I am always looking for variations to make it a tad different and more interesting.
10. Autumn Spice Pear Cobbler
My spice drawer gets a good workout in the fall. I want to add fall spices to as many things as possible! Warm, comforting cobblers made with fall fruits are a perfect candidate for doing just that.
11. The Best Apple Crisp
Thinly sliced Granny Smith apples baked with a cinnamon glaze and oatmeal crumb topping. The BEST Apple Crisp recipe Ever!
12. S’Mores Cobbler
This s’mores variation of a dump cake recipe uses chocolate pudding, chocolate cake mix, semi-sweet chocolate chips, graham crackers, and toasted marshmallows! A total fool-proof dessert!
13. Strawberry Cream Cheese Cobbler
This is such an easy recipe and a quick way to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth. I’ve made this for family events and everyone loves it. Sadly, I haven’t given out the recipe to anyone until now, but my sisters will be delighted when they see it here. Enjoy!
14. Best Ever Blueberry Cobbler
Our Best Ever Blueberry Cobbler is a scrumptious juicy lemon-blueberry filling made with fresh Michigan blueberries and just the right amount of sweetness and tartness. It is crowned with a unique cobbler topping best described as a delightful combination of pie pastry, a buttery fluffy biscuit and a rich, shortbread sugar cookie with a whisper of vanilla and a light sugar and spice topping providing a pleasant crunch. You’re gonna love it!
15. The Best Southern Peach Cobbler
This is, hands down, the best Southern Peach Cobbler!
The Best Southern Peach Cobbler…..
Well, in my humble opinion, this is it my friends!
16. Snickerdoodle Apple Cobbler
This cobbler is not fancy by any means (is any cobbler really?), but what it lacks in sophistication it makes up for tenfold in it’s deliciousness. This cobbler has snickerdoodle cookie dough and apple pie filling baked together perfectly, topped off with caramel sauce.
17. Lemon Berry Cobbler
Forget pies, y’all. Cobblers are where it’s at. This is probably one of the easiest, most satisfying desserts you can make. The bottom fruit layer only takes about a minute to mix together and the top layer, which is like a sweet biscuit, takes just a few minutes more.