Fruity cobblers and crisps make last-minute cooks look like rock stars. Upgrade them with inventive flavors and toppings, and your friends will be convinced you’ve been baking all day
– May 4, 2015
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A Scoop Above
Even if you’re a baking newbie, you can make a cobbler or a crisp (also known as a crumble). For these laid-back treats, there’s no bottom crust or prebaking required— just slice peach, apples, or your other favorite fruit and add a straightforward topping of streusel for crisps or soft dough (biscuits, pastry, or spoon cake) for cobblers. The results are charmingly retro and simply delicious, the way a summer dessert should be.
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Peach and Bourbon Cobbler with Almond Spoon Cake
This recipe works best with the sweet, juicy peaches you dream about all year.