Fruit cobblers and crisps are a wonderful dessert to serve during the cold winter months. Served warm with ice cream or flavored whipped cream they are sure to chase away the winter blahs. Homemade cobblers and crisps go back to Colonial America and were originally served for breakfast or as a main course. It wasn’t until the late 1800s that cobblers, crisps and related dishes were considered desserts.
In Best Ever Fruit Cobbler & Crisp Recipes, Lori Burke brings you a collection of 30 Cobbler and Crisp recipes and 5 flavored whipped cream topping recipes. These are home-made, bake from scratch recipes using fresh fruit, spices and other natural ingredients. The recipes are all kitchen-tested. Lori always shares recipes that are delicious, quick, easy and fun to bake,
These are the recipes included in this book:
COBBLER RECIPES Apple Cobbler Apricot Cobbler Berry Berry Cobbler Black Raspberry Cobbler Blueberry Cobbler Blueberry-Peach Cobbler Caramel Apple Raisin Cobbler Cranberry Apple Cobbler Mango Cobbler Old Fashioned Cherry Cobbler Peach Cobbler Peach Cobbler II Pear Brandy Cobbler Raspberry Cobbler Strawberry Cobbler
CRISPS Apple Crisp Apple Cranberry Pear Crisp Apple Pecan Crisp Apple Raspberry Crisp Blueberry Crisp Blueberry Apple Crisp Blueberry Peach Crisp Cherry Crisp Cherry Pistachio Crisp Crunchy Apple Oatmeal Crisp Peach Crisp Peach Raisin Crisp Pear Crisp Raspberry Crisp Raspberry Almond Crisp
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