Category: Cobblers and Crisps

Fresh Peach Cobbler

Classic Fresh Peach Cobbler, (enhanced with cinnamon and vanilla) is a simple, delicious Summer dessert, served with vanilla ice cream!
Classic Fresh Peach Cobbler, (enhanced with cinnamon and vanilla) is a simple, delicious Summer dessert, served with vanilla ice cream!

Who likes peach cobbler? We REALLY do! Every summer when big, juicy peaches are abundant, fresh, and ripe, I make at least one fresh peach cobbler! I love to go to U-pick farms and pick lots of fresh peaches, which I can then use to make cobblers, jam, canning pie filling, pies, muffins, or ice cream.

Last weekend, my husband and I got out of town and enjoyed a scenic drive through Oregon’s famous Columbia Gorge (Multnomah Falls, Columbia River, etc.). One of our stops was a wonderful farm stand (off the beaten path), about 1½ hours from our home. We bought a flat of fresh picked large peaches, and some other goodies.

Once we got home, it was time to enjoy them! We ate several right out of the box (with juice dripping!), some will be canned to enjoy later, and others were used to make this delicious, fresh peach cobbler!

Fresh peaches are used to make this delicious fruit cobbler.

This cobbler tastes amazing, and I know you will enjoy it, too! I do not recommend using canned peaches… go for FRESH and RIPE, and you will not be disappointed! Did I mention how easy it is to make this dessert? Yep. Probably the “hardest” thing you will need to do is peel and slice the peaches. Here’s how to make Fresh Peach Cobbler:

Make The Batter

Preheat the oven to 375°F. While it is preheating, make the batter for the cobbler. It’s a cinch! Sift flour, granulated sugar, baking powder and salt into a large mixing bowl. Pour in milk, and stir (or whisk) the ingredients together only until they’re fully combined (there might be a few small lumps… no worries!) This is the batter for your peach cobbler.

Milk is added to the sifted dry ingredients for the cobbler batter.Cobbler batter is stirred just until all ingredients are incorporated.

Add melted butter to a 9×13 baking dish (can also use a 7×12 pan). Pour the batter right on top of the melted butter, BUT DO NOT STIR IT IN. Set the baking dish aside while you prepare the fruit filling.

The batter is poured on top of melted butter in baking pan.The cobbler batter is NOT stirred once added to the baking dish.

Make The Fresh Peach Cobbler Filling

Now it’s time to make the yummy peach filling. Place the peeled, sliced peaches, lemon juice, vanilla extract, cinnamon and sugar into a large saucepan. Give it a good stir, to combine ingredients, and then bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Stir the fruit filling constantly while it comes to a boil. Once it begins boiling, remove the pan from the heat.

Peaches, sugar, vanilla, cinnamon and lemon juice are measured into saucepan.Peach cobbler filling is brought to a boil, then removed from heat.

Spoon or pour the peach filling evenly on top of the batter in the baking dish, BUT DO NOT STIR THEM IN! The peach filling will be sitting on top of the batter (which is sitting on top of the melted butter). That’s how it should be! Butter first, batter second, and fruit last! As the fresh peach cobbler bakes, the batter will rise up (magically) and cover all those yummy peaches! Now your cobbler is ready to bake.

The cobbler filling is poured or spooned over the batter in baking dish.The fruit filling is NOT stirred once it goes into the baking dish.

Bake The Fresh Peach Cobbler

Bake the fresh peach cobbler in a 375°F. oven for between 40-45 minutes. When done, the top of the cobbler will be nice and golden brown on top, and the filling should be bubbly around the edges of the baking dish. The smell is wonderful as the dessert bakes, by the way.

When done, carefully remove the hot cobbler from the oven. Transfer the dish to a wire rack to cool down slightly. It will be easier to serve, while it is still warm (but not totally hot). You can even bake the cobbler ahead of time, if desired, and then just reheat each portion, if that is more convenient.

Fresh peach cobbler, straight from the oven, cooling on a wire rack.

Ready To Eat!

When you’re ready to serve the warm fresh peach cobbler, grab a large serving spoon and dish it up into individual bowls or onto plates. By all means add some ice cream to top it off, if possible. Enjoying peach cobbler with a big ol’ scoop of vanilla ice cream is a timeless, old-fashioned combination!

The incredible flavors of the cinnamon-vanilla flavored peach filling, along with the golden soft topping will make it hard to resist a second helping. This cobbler even tastes wonderful at room temperature!

Fresh peach cobbler is served a la mode with vanilla bean ice cream.

I really hope you enjoy this fresh peach cobbler as much as we do. Thank you for stopping by for a visit. I hope you have the opportunity to visit again in the future. Be sure to check out my recipe index (top of the page), with over 850 delicious recipes currently categorized for your convenience. Have a wonderful day.

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Original recipe source: Ashley, at: https://www.centercutcook.com/fresh-peach-cobbler/

Fresh Peach Cobbler
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
45 mins
Total Time
1 hr
 

Classic Fresh Peach Cobbler, (enhanced with cinnamon and vanilla) is a simple, delicious Summer dessert, served with vanilla ice cream!

Category: Desssert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: fresh peach cobbler
Servings: 10
Calories Per Serving: 336 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
  • 6-8 large fresh, ripe peaches
  • 1 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 2 cups granulated sugar (divided)
  • ½ cup butter, melted
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 Tablespoon baking powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup milk
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375°F. While oven preheats, make the batter. Sift flour, 1 CUP of sugar (save remaining 1 cup of sugar for peach filling), baking powder and salt into a large mixing bowl. Pour in milk, and stir ingredients together only until they're combined (don't over-mix). Set aside.

  2. Add melted butter to the bottom of a 9x13 baking dish (can also use a 7x12). Pour the batter on top of the melted butter, BUT DO NOT STIR IT. Set baking dish aside.

  3. Place peach slices, lemon juice, vanilla, cinnamon and remaining 1 cup of sugar into a large saucepan. Stir to combine ingredients, then bring to a boil over medium-high heat, stirring constantly. Once it begins boiling, remove pan from heat.

  4. Spoon or pour peach filling evenly on top of the batter in baking dish, BUT DO NOT STIR IT. The peach filling sits on top of the batter, (which is sitting on top of the butter). As the cobbler bakes, the batter will rise up (magically) and cover the peaches!

  5. Bake at 375°F. for 40-45 minutes. When done, the top of the cobbler should be nice and golden brown, and filling should be bubbly around the edges of the dish. Carefully remove cobbler from oven, and transfer pan to a wire rack, to let it cool slightly before serving. It's easier to dish it up warm (and not totally hot). Serve with vanilla ice cream, and enjoy!

Nutrition Facts
Fresh Peach Cobbler
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 336 Calories from Fat 90
% Daily Value*
Fat 10g15%
Saturated Fat 6g38%
Cholesterol 26mg9%
Sodium 151mg7%
Potassium 369mg11%
Carbohydrates 62g21%
Fiber 2g8%
Sugar 50g56%
Protein 3g6%
Vitamin A 672IU13%
Vitamin C 8mg10%
Calcium 94mg9%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Blackberry Crisp

Blackberry Crisp is an easy, old-fashioned dessert you’ll love! Fresh blackberries, topped with a crumb streusel, baked and served a la mode.
Blackberry Crisp is an easy, old-fashioned dessert you'll love! Fresh blackberries, topped with a crumb streusel, baked and served a la mode.

We have blackberry vines growing over our back fence from a forest park behind our home. The vines grow like ravenous beasts in the Spring and early Summer here in Oregon, and it is all I can do to NOT hack at them with the clippers to tame them. HOWEVER… if I’m “nice” and let them grow unhindered, even though they’re a nuisance, we harvest several quarts of fresh wild blackberries each summer.

I pick as many berries as I can (and I have red stains on my fingers and battle scars from the thorns to prove it). Then we take the trimmers to the vines, and cut the vines as far back over the other side of the fence as possible. We keep them clipped back until the following year, and then we battle them and pick blackberries all over again! It’s a LOVE-HATE relationship!

We love to make cobblers, bars, jam, muffins, scones and pies using our “FREE” blackberries each year. This recipe I am sharing today is a super easy way to incorporate fresh blackberries into an easy to make, classic dessert.

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How To Make Blackberry Crisp

Lightly grease a 2 quart baking dish OR 9″ square pan with non-stick baking spray. Add the fresh blackberries to the baking dish, and very gently toss with flour and granulated sugar. This mixture will help absorb some of the juices as the berries bake, and will just slightly sweeten the blackberries.

Fresh blackberries in baking dish waiting for streusel topping.

Prepare The Crumb Topping

In a large bowl, combine packed brown sugar, old-fashioned oats, flour, and cinnamon. Gently mix these ingredients with a fork or whisk until combined.

Cut in COLD butter with a pastry blender or two forks until the topping mixture is crumbly and the butter is cut to “about” the size of peas. This is the crumb topping for your blackberry crisp!

Oats, flour, cinnamon and brown sugar are combined in bowl. Cold butter is cut into the streusel ingredients until crumbly.

Time To Bake The Blackberry Crisp

Evenly distribute the crumb topping over the blackberries, using all the topping to cover the berries completely. Place the berry crisp into a preheated 375°F oven on the middle rack.

TIP: I usually place a sheet of aluminum foil on the rack UNDER the baking dish, just in case the blackberry juice bubbles up and out of the dish. It is rare when that happens, but if it does, it sure makes cleanup much easier!

Bake the blackberry crisp for 40 minutes. Once done, it should be bubbly around the edges, and the topping should be nicely browned. You can see (in the 2nd photo below), how the crisp reduces in volume (from the top of the baking dish to much lower than the rim).

Blackberry Crisp, with crumb topping is ready to bake.The blackberry crisp is bubbly and golden brown once fully baked.

Ready To Eat!

When the blackberry crisp is done cooking, transfer it from the oven to a wire rack, to cool down about 10 minutes or so before serving. This also helps the juices to stabilize a bit before you scoop out the portions.

Serve the cobbler warm, with a nice, big ol’ scoop of vanilla ice cream. I whipped up a batch of homemade vanilla ice cream to have with this delicious dessert! A little scoop of ice cream is the absolute perfect way to top off and enjoy this dessert.

A la mode blackberry crisp, served in white bowl.A scoop of vanilla ice cream tops off the blackberry crisp for serving.

I hope you enjoy this yummy dessert like we do. For me it’s wonderful to be able to enjoy the fresh summer blackberries from our very own backyard. Such a nice treat… I almost don’t mind the thorns sticking me as I grab more and more off the vines!

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Recipe adapted from: “The New Pillsbury Family Cookbook”, published by the Pillsbury Co., 1973, page 131

Blackberry Crisp
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
40 mins
Total Time
50 mins
 

Blackberry Crisp is an easy, old-fashioned dessert you will love! Fresh blackberries, topped with butter-crumb streusel, baked, and served a la mode.

Category: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: blackberry crisp
Servings: 6
Calories Per Serving: 437 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
  • 6 cups fresh blackberries
  • ¼ cup all purpose flour
  • ¼ cup granulated sugar
For Crumb Topping:
  • ½ cup old-fashioned oats
  • ¾ cup brown sugar (packed)
  • ¾ cup all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ½ cup COLD butter
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375°F. Lightly grease a 2 quart baking dish OR 9" square pan with non-stick baking spray.

  2. Place blackberries in prepared baking dish; add flour and granulated sugar. Toss gently to lightly coat berries.

  3. Make Crumb Topping: In a large bowl, combine packed brown sugar, oats, flour, and cinnamon. Gently mix with a fork or whisk until combined. Cut in COLD butter with a pastry blender or two forks until topping is crumbly and butter is cut to "about" the size of peas. Evenly distribute topping over blackberries, using all the topping to cover completely.

  4. BEFORE BAKING TIP: Place a sheet of aluminum foil on the rack UNDER the baking dish before baking, in case blackberry juice bubbles up and out of the dish. It sure makes cleanup much easier! Place blackberry crisp on the middle rack of oven. Bake at 375°F. for 40 minutes. When done, it should be bubbly around the edges, and the topping should be nicely browned.

  5. When done, transfer dish to wire rack. Let cool for about 10 minutes. Serve crisp warm, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream (optional, but totally recommend). enjoy!

Nutrition Facts
Blackberry Crisp
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 437 Calories from Fat 153
% Daily Value*
Fat 17g26%
Saturated Fat 10g63%
Cholesterol 41mg14%
Sodium 145mg6%
Potassium 311mg9%
Carbohydrates 70g23%
Fiber 9g38%
Sugar 42g47%
Protein 5g10%
Vitamin A 781IU16%
Vitamin C 30mg36%
Calcium 78mg8%
Iron 2mg11%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Here’s one more to pin on your Pinterest boards!Blackberry Crisp is an easy, old-fashioned dessert you'll love! Fresh blackberries, topped with a crumb streusel, baked and served a la mode.

Peach Pear Blueberry Cobbler

Make a delicious peach pear blueberry cobbler with a streusel topping on a Traeger, pellet grill, or in an oven! Perfect with a scoop of ice cream!
Make a delicious peach pear blueberry cobbler with a streusel topping on a Traeger, pellet grill, or in an oven! Perfect with a scoop of ice cream!

So far we have been enjoying our summer, here in Oregon. We’ve enjoyed warm temperatures, and not a lot of rain, which means using our Traeger grill more, for meals, INCLUDING DESSERTS!

We love using this grill, to reduce heat IN the house, especially during warm weather! Recently I made a chocolate lava cake on our Traeger, and we’ve also made grilled Triple Berry Cobbler!! Both recipes are absolutely AMAZING!

This peach pear blueberry cobbler can be cooked on a pellet grill OR in the oven, so everyone can enjoy this tasty dessert! I used a combination of fresh peaches, home-canned peaches and pears, and fresh blueberries! The recipe is versatile, so you can use fresh or drained, canned peaches and pears, to make it more convenient.

Prepare The Fruit Filling

Place the peaches, pears, blueberries in a large mixing bowl. Add granulated sugar, salt, cinnamon, flour, and lemon juice to the fruit.

Stir the ingredients gently, but well, until they are fully mixed together. Pour this fruit filling into a 9″ cast iron skillet OR a  9″ ovenproof skillet.

The fruit for the cobbler is mixed with sugar and spices in large bowl.Fruit for the cobbler is poured into a 9" skillet after mixing together.

Make The Crumb Topping For The Peach Pear Blueberry Cobbler

Make the crumb topping for the cobbler by mixing flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in a medium-sized bowl. Cut very COLD butter chunks into the flour mixture using a pastry blender until mixture is about the size of peas.

Once mixed, gently stir in sour cream only until the dough begins to come together (yes, it will still be crumbly).

Streusel ingredients are cut together, then sour cream is added to the topping.

Cover The Cobbler With Pieces Of Crumb Topping

Using your fingers, pinch the crumb topping “dough” together into small pieces, and place on top of the fruit filling in the skillet.

Continue until all the crumb topping pieces are covering the top of the peach pear blueberry cobbler.

Peach Pear Blueberry Cobbler is covered with streusel topping before cooking.

Are You Cooking The Peach Pear Blueberry Cobbler In An OVEN?

If baking this peach pear blueberry cobbler in a traditional oven, preheat oven to 350° F. Place the cobbler on the middle rack, and place a sheet of aluminum foil on the rack below, to catch any drips. This will make any necessary cleanup a lot easier, should the cobbler bubble over the sides.

Bake the peach pear blueberry cobbler at 350°F. for 30-35 minutes. When done, the cobbler should be bubbling all around the edges, and should be golden brown on top.

Are You Cooking The Cobbler On A Traeger Or Pellet Grill?

Start Traeger grill on the “Smoke” setting with the lid open for 4-5 minutes, or until the fire has been established and grill begins smoking. Turn temperature to 350° F, and preheat grill for 10-15 minutes with lid closed, until temperature has been reached.

Place the skillet with the peach pear blueberry cobbler directly on the grill grate. You can see in the photo below, that we keep the drip pan underneath covered in foil, also. This definitely helps in case of any spills or drips! P.S. You can see our roasted chicken and au gratin potatoes in the second photo below, too!

Close the lid and cook the cobbler for 35 minutes at 350°F. When done, the cobbler should be bubbling around the edges and be golden brown on top. You may find that you want to let it cook a bit longer to achieve the golden brown color on top, due to temperature fluctuations.

A cast iron skillet full of cobbler is placed onto a Traeger grill, next to roasting chicken.The peach pear blueberry cobbler is bubbly and golden brown on top when done.

Cobbler Is Done – Now What?

When the cobbler is finished cooking, carefully remove the very HOT skillet from the grill OR oven. Let the cobbler cool down for about 10 minutes before serving.

Here is the finished cobbler cooling down on the counter before serving.

After cobbler has cooled down a bit, scoop out portions into dishes! Top each warm portion with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, and if desired, drizzle some of the cobbler juices over the top.

This cobbler tastes great with a scoop of ice cream and juices from skillet drizzled over the top.

Hope you have the opportunity to make this absolutely delicious peach pear blueberry cobbler! I’m confident you will enjoy it! Have a GREAT day!

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Peach Pear Blueberry Cobbler
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
35 mins
Total Time
50 mins
 

Make a delicious peach pear blueberry cobbler with a streusel topping on a Traeger, pellet grill, or in an oven! Perfect with a scoop of ice cream!

Category: Desserts
Cuisine: American
Keyword: peach pear blueberry cobbler
Servings: 8
Calories Per Serving: 356 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
  • 3 cups fresh peaches, peeled and sliced thin *can sub. canned peaches (drained well)
  • 1 cup ripe, but firm pears, peeled and sliced thin * can sub. canned pears (drained well)
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • ¾ cup granulated sugar
  • ¼ cup all purpose flour
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
For Streusel Topping:
  • cups all purpose flour
  • 3 Tablespoons granulated sugar
  • teaspoons baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 8 Tablespoons COLD butter (equals 1 stick or ½ cup butter total)
  • ½ cup light sour cream
Instructions
Prepare Cobbler:
  1. Place peaches, pears, blueberries in a large mixing bowl. Add granulated sugar, salt, cinnamon, flour, and lemon juice to the fruit. Stir gently, until all ingredients are fully mixed together. Pour fruit filling into a 9" cast iron skillet OR a  9" ovenproof skillet.

  2. Make crumb topping for the cobbler by mixing flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in a medium bowl. Cut COLD butter chunks into flour mixture using a pastry blender until mixture is about the size of peas. Once mixed, gently stir in sour cream only until dough begins to come together (yes, it will still be crumbly). Using your fingers, pinch the crumb topping "dough" together into small pieces, and place on top of the fruit filling in skillet. Continue until all the crumb topping pieces are covering the top of the peach pear blueberry cobbler.

If Baking In Oven:
  1. Preheat oven to 350° F. Place cobbler on middle rack, and lay a sheet of aluminum foil on the rack below, to catch any drips. This will make any necessary cleanup a lot easier, should the cobbler bubble over the sides. Bake cobbler for 30-35 minutes. When done, cobbler should be bubbling all around the edges, and should be golden brown on top.

If Using Traeger Or Pellet Grill:
  1. Start Traeger grill on "Smoke" setting with lid open for 4-5 minutes, or until fire has been established and grill is smoking. Turn temperature to 350° F, and preheat for 10-15 minutes with lid closed, until temperature has been reached. Place the skillet with cobbler directly on grill grate. Close lid and cook cobbler for 35 minutes at 350°F. When done, cobbler should be bubbling around the edges and be golden brown on top. You may need to let it cook a few minutes longer to achieve golden brown color on top, due to temperature fluctuations.

When Done:
  1. When cobbler is finished cooking, carefully remove the very HOT skillet from grill or oven. Let the cobbler cool for about 10 minutes before serving. Once it has cooled down, scoop out portions! Top each warm portion with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, and if desired, drizzle some of the skillet juices over the top. Serve, and enjoy!

Nutrition Facts
Peach Pear Blueberry Cobbler
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 356 Calories from Fat 117
% Daily Value*
Fat 13g20%
Saturated Fat 8g50%
Cholesterol 35mg12%
Sodium 262mg11%
Potassium 279mg8%
Carbohydrates 57g19%
Fiber 3g13%
Sugar 32g36%
Protein 4g8%
Vitamin A 595IU12%
Vitamin C 7.3mg9%
Calcium 65mg7%
Iron 1.6mg9%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Here’s one more to pin on your Pinterest boards!Make a delicious peach pear blueberry cobbler with a streusel topping on a Traeger, pellet grill, or in an oven! Perfect with a scoop of ice cream!

Blueberry Crumble For Two

Blueberry Crumble For Two is a simple and delicious dessert, featuring ramekins packed with fresh blueberries, capped with a buttery streusel topping!
Blueberry Crumble For Two is a simple and delicious dessert, featuring ramekins packed with fresh blueberries, topped with a buttery streusel topping!

Do you like blueberries? We sure do… in cereal, muffins, pies, crisps, scones, cakes, salads and eaten right off the blueberry bushes in our backyard! If you enjoy them like we do, then you will really enjoy this blueberry crumble!

Our two sons are grown men now, so these days my husband and I can easily enjoy meals made for two. My grocery bill is extremely thankful, too! Maybe you’re in the same boat, wanting to make a delicious dessert, but don’t need a HUGE dessert hanging around the house for days and days. Perhaps you only need to cook for one or two… then this yummy recipe is for YOU!

That’s where this easy blueberry crumble for two comes in handy! Two individual sized desserts in 12 ounce ramekins! You can also make this dessert for two in a small baking dish (8.5 x 5.5 inches), if you don’t have access to individual sized ramekins!

Prepare Your Baking Dishes For Filling

Cover a baking sheet (with rimmed edges) with aluminum foil. The foil is there to catch any blueberry filling that bakes OUT of the ramekins. Doing this one step really helps with cleanup (and you’ll be thankful you did this later!).

Spray each of the ramekins (or the baking dish) lightly with non-stick baking spray on the bottom and sides, and place on top of the aluminum foil. Preheat your oven to 375° F. and adjust an oven rack to a lower-middle position.

Ramekins are sprayed with non-stick baking spray, and placed on foil-covered baking sheet.

Prepare The Blueberries

Place the blueberries in a medium sized bowl. Add granulated sugar, cornstarch and a pinch of salt to the bowl, and gently stir to combine. If you think the blueberries you’re using are too tart, you can easily add a couple more teaspoons of sugar, if desired.

The blueberries will end up being coated with the sugar/cornstarch mixture, which is exactly what you want!

Fresh blueberries in a bowl with sugar, cornstarch and a pinch of salt.The blueberries are covered with granulated sugar, cornstarch and a pinch of salt.

Evenly divide the sugared blueberries between the two prepared ramekins (or baking dish, if using).

Two ramekins are filled with the sugar coated fresh blueberries.

Make The Streusel Topping For The Blueberry Crumble

It’s very easy to make the streusel topping for the blueberry crumble. Place oats, flour, brown sugar, cinnamon and very cold small chunks of butter in a medium bowl.

Using a pastry blender, two forks, or your fingers, combine these ingredients until the butter becomes about the size of a dime. You can also “pinch” the butter into the ingredients, so you are able to make the powdery ingredients adhere to the butter, forming clumps.

Ingredients for the streusel topping for the blueberry crumble are combined in a bowl.

Top The Blueberries With Streusel Topping

Top each ramekin with the streusel topping, dividing it evenly between the two dishes. If it spills onto the foil, just scoop up what you can and dump it back on top!

Make sure to use all the topping! The streusel will be piled pretty high on top of the blueberries, but will decrease in size once baked.

A streusel topping is placed on top of the sugar-coated blueberries in ramekins before baking.The side view of a blueberry crumble before baking.

Baking The Blueberry Crumble

Place the desserts in a preheated 375° F. oven, and bake for approximately 30 minutes. Rotate the baking sheet in the oven halfway thorough the baking time.

When done, the blueberry crumble should be golden brown on top, and be bubbling all around the edges. Remember that aluminum foil under the dishes? Told you that you would be thankful you added that little step! (When done, just throw away the foil… easy cleanup!)

Transfer the finished blueberry crumble to a wire rack, and let the dessert cool for about 15 minutes before serving. They are very hot!

This is a photo of two finished blueberry crumbles, cooling off after baking.A close up photo of a baked streusel topped blueberry dessert.

Once the blueberry crumble has cooled a bit, it is ready to serve. Yes… I TOTALLY recommend serving this yummy dessert with a scoop of vanilla ice cream! It adds extra calories, but sometimes ya just gotta go with it! YUMMO!

Blueberry Crumble is served with vanilla ice cream and a mint leaf on top!

Thanks for stopping by today. I truly hope you will consider trying this decadent, yet simple blueberry crumble recipe. Pretty sure you will love it!

Be sure to check out my recipes for individual sized strawberry cobbler, old-fashioned peach crisp, or mini apple crisps! Have a wonderful day!

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Original Recipe Source: One of my cookbooks called “The Complete Cooking For Two Cookbook”, published 2014 by The Editors at America’s Test Kitchen, pages 367-368

Blueberry Crumble For Two
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
40 mins
 

Blueberry Crumble For Two is a simple and delicious dessert, featuring ramekins packed with fresh blueberries, capped with a buttery streusel topping!

Category: Desssert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: blueberry crumble
Servings: 2
Calories Per Serving: 658 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
  • ¼ cup granulated sugar
  • teaspoons cornstarch (acts to thicken fruit without cooking)
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 2 cups blueberries
  • ½ cup all purpose flour
  • ¼ cup packed brown sugar
  • cup old-fashioned rolled oats (do not use instant or quick cooking)
  • ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 4 Tablespoons unsalted butter , cut into chunks and very cold
Instructions
  1. Cover a baking sheet (with rimmed edges) with aluminum foil. Spray two (12 oz.) ramekins (or an 8.5 x 5.5" baking dish) lightly with non-stick baking spray on bottom and sides; place on top of the aluminum foil. Preheat oven to 375° F. and adjust an oven rack to a lower-middle position.

  2. Place blueberries in a medium sized bowl. Add granulated sugar, cornstarch and a pinch of salt to the bowl; gently stir to combine. If you think the blueberries you're using are too tart, you can easily add a couple more teaspoons of sugar, if desired. Blueberries should be coated when done. Evenly divide the sugared blueberries between the two prepared ramekins or baking dish.

  3. Make streusel topping: Place oats, flour, brown sugar, cinnamon and very cold, small chunks of butter in a medium bowl. Using a pastry blender, two forks, or fingers, combine these ingredients until butter becomes about the size of a dime. You can also "pinch" butter into the ingredients, so you are able to make the powdery ingredients adhere to butter, forming small clumps. Top each ramekin with the streusel topping, dividing it evenly between the two dishes. If it spills onto the foil, just scoop up and dump it back on top! Use all the topping!

  4. Bake at 375° F. for approx. 30 minutes. Rotate the baking sheet in the oven halfway thorough the baking time. When done, the blueberry crumble should be golden brown on top, and be bubbling all around the edges. Transfer the ramekins to a wire rack, and let cool for 15 minutes before serving. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream... and enjoy!

Nutrition Facts
Blueberry Crumble For Two
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 658 Calories from Fat 216
% Daily Value*
Fat 24g37%
Saturated Fat 15g94%
Cholesterol 60mg20%
Sodium 33mg1%
Potassium 233mg7%
Carbohydrates 108g36%
Fiber 6g25%
Sugar 67g74%
Protein 6g12%
Vitamin A 780IU16%
Vitamin C 14.4mg17%
Calcium 45mg5%
Iron 2.6mg14%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Here’s one more to pin on your Pinterest boards!Blueberry Crumble For Two is a simple and delicious dessert, featuring ramekins packed with fresh blueberries, capped with a buttery streusel topping!

Berry Cobbler Traeger Grill Style

Make an incredibly delicious berry cobbler Traeger grill style, by cooking this dessert, with blackberries, blueberries and raspberries on a BBQ (or in oven)! Make an incredibly delicious berry cobbler Traeger grill style, by cooking this dessert, with blackberries, blueberries and raspberries on a BBQ (or in oven)!

Who wants a serving of berry cobbler, made Traeger grill style? That’s right! Did you know you can make a scrumptious fruit cobbler on a BBQ? Guess what? It tastes GREAT!

My husband recently received a new Traeger smoker grill for a combination birthday/Father’s Day present. I had been saving my money for a long time to buy him one as a special surprise (he’d wanted one for almost a year since he saw a demo), and boy, was he excited when he saw what I asked him to help me unload from the back of our truck!

Now that we had the grill, we had to figure out how to use it – DUH! (our first smoker). Certainly, we were used to using our Weber charcoal grill (direct heat). We also knew a Traeger grill could also double as an oven (due to using indirect heat), so we set about researching various recipes to try.

Experimenting With Our New Traeger Grill

Our first attempt turned out wonderful as we smoked and grilled chicken Italian sausages, a rib eye steak, and several chicken breasts.  For our second go around with the Traeger, we smoked a pork loin roast (made some tasty BBQ pork sandwiches) and a whole chicken.

We then finished the day off by cooking a delicious triple berry cobbler for dessert ON THE GRILL. **Head implodes**. Who knew you could do that? We sure didn’t… until we bought this grill (see that big smile on my hubby’s face when I surprised him with it?).

My husband, with his new Traeger grill.

The berry cobbler we finished off the grilling session with is incredibly EASY to make… and delicious! I tweaked a rhubarb cobbler recipe I found on their app and adapted it for triple berries!

Berry Cobbler For The Traeger Grill OR In The Oven!

This recipe was specifically written for cooking the cobbler on a Traeger grill, BUT… it can just as easily be made in your oven… honest! Directions for baking it in the oven are included in the printable recipe below.

I love the idea of being able to “bake” something on a hot summer’s day without heating up the kitchen, if I’m being honest. This has opened up new experimental cooking adventures for me, to be sure!

Here’s How To Make Berry Cobbler Traeger Style!

Combine frozen blackberries, blueberries and raspberries in a large mixing bowl. The recipe calls for mixed berries (I ended up using 3 full cups of frozen unsweetened mixed berries, straight out of a Richland frozen combo bag from Costco!).

The frozen berries were then mixed with brown sugar, lemon juice, lemon zest, vanilla and a little pinch of salt.

Blackberries, blueberries and raspberries are mixed with brown sugar, etc. for cobbler

After the berries were coated well, I placed them in a cast iron skillet (you can also use an 8×8 aluminum pan (for grilling) or an 8×8 baking dish (if baking in oven).

I let them sit in the skillet and thaw while I was making the cobbler topping. Any accumulated juices from the thawing fruit stayed in the skillet.

Berries (for cobbler) are placed into cast iron skillet.

The berry cobbler topping is made by mixing flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a medium bowl. COLD butter is cut into the flour with a pastry blender (or a couple forks) until the butter is the size of peas.

Once mixed, sour cream is gently stirred into the mixture only until the dough begins to come together.

Dough is made for topping the berry cobbler.

The dough is then pinched into small pieces and placed all over the top of the fruit for the cobbler.

Dough is pinched off and covers the entire surface of the fruit for cobbler.

Sugar is sprinkled on top of the dough, then the berry cobbler is ready to be cooked.

Instructions For Baking In OVEN

If planning to bake in oven, preheat oven to 350°, then bake for 30-35 minutes or until topping is golden brown, and juices are bubbling around the edges. If you are using a Traeger grill, follow instructions below.

Instructions For Cooking On Traeger Grill Or Other Smoker

The Traeger grill is started on the “Smoke” setting with the lid open for 4-5 minutes, or until the fire has been established and grill is smoking. Turn temperature setting to 350° and preheat the grill for 10-15 minutes with the lid closed until temperature has been reached.

Place cast iron skillet (or aluminum pan) directly onto the grill grate. Close lid, and cook the cobbler for 35 minutes at 350° (may take just a few minutes longer if you want the topping to be more golden brown in color).  Cook until the dough topping is golden brown, and the juices are bubbling up all around the edges of the cobbler.

Once done, carefully remove skillet from grill (remember the pan is very HOT).  Let cobbler cool down for a few minutes, then scoop it up and serve. That’s how you make this scrumptious berry cobbler Traeger grill style!

Berry cobbler in cast iron skillet is cooked outside on a Traeger grill

Finished berry cobbler Traeger grill style!

See how good the inside of the cobbler looks? YUM. Only one thing can possibly make this triple berry cobbler taste even better.

An inside peek at the berry cobbler cooked on our Traeger grill!

Yep… a BIG scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream is the perfect finishing touch for this amazing tasting cobbler!

If you like this cobbler, you might also want to take a look at my recipe for Strawberry Cobbler (baked). It’s yummy, too!

Berry Cobbler Trager grill style, served with a scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream!

We really LOVED this berry cobbler, cooked Traeger grill style! I am excited to try other desserts on the grill, as well, including chocolate chip cookies!  I hope you will consider making this recipe.

I realize how many people do not have Traeger grills, but please know that this, on it’s own, is a very good tasting cobbler, so I would encourage you to make it in your oven. It will taste DELICIOUS!

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Recipe Adapted from: https://www.traegergrills.com/recipes/baked-goods/rhubarb-cobbler

Berry Cobbler (Traeger Grill Style)
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
35 mins
Total Time
50 mins
 
Make an incredibly delicious berry cobbler Traeger grill style, by cooking this dessert, with blackberries, blueberries and raspberries on a BBQ (or in oven)! 
Category: Dessert, Grill
Cuisine: American
Keyword: berry cobbler
Servings: 8 servings
Calories Per Serving: 371 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
For Fruit Filling
  • 3 cups mixed berries (blackberries, blueberries, raspberries) ,frozen
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 teaspoon lemon zest , finely grated
  • 1 lemon (juice of)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
For Cobbler Topping
  • cups all purpose flour
  • 3 Tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 1.5 teaspoons Baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 8 Tablespoons COLD butter , 1 cube= 1/2 cup
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 2 Tablespoons raw sugar
Instructions
  1. Combine frozen blackberries, blueberries and raspberries in a large mixing bowl. Add brown sugar, lemon juice, lemon zest, vanilla and a little pinch of salt. Stir to fully coat fruit. Place fruit in a cast iron skillet (or an 8x8 aluminum pan (for grilling) or an 8x8 baking dish (if baking in oven). Let fruit sit in skillet and thaw while you make cobbler topping. Leave any accumulated juices from the thawing fruit in skillet. Set aside.

  2. Make cobbler topping by mixing flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a medium bowl. COLD butter is cut into the flour with a pastry blender (or a couple forks) until the butter is the size of peas.  Once mixed, gently stir sour cream into the mixture (only until the dough begins to come together). Pinch dough into small pieces and place over the top of the fruit until covered. Sprinkle top of cobbler with raw sugar, if desired.

If Baking In Oven:
  1. If baking in oven, preheat oven to 350°, then bake for 30-35 minutes or until top of cobbler is golden brown and juices are bubbling around the edges.

If Using Traeger Grill:
  1. Start Traeger grill on the "Smoke" setting with the lid open for 4-5 minutes, or until the fire has been established and grill begins smoking. Turn temperature setting to 350° and preheat the grill for 10-15 minutes with the lid closed until temperature has been reached.  Place cast iron skillet (or aluminum pan) directly onto the grill grate. Close lid, and cook the cobbler for 35 minutes at 350° (may take just a few minutes longer if you want the topping to be more golden brown in color). Cook until the dough topping is golden brown, and the juices are bubbling up around the edges of the cobbler.

  2. Once cobbler is done, carefully remove skillet from grill or oven (remember the cast iron skillet will be very HOT). Let cobbler cool down for a few minutes, then scoop it up and serve warm, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream! ENJOY!

Recipe Notes

Traeger suggests using Apple or Pecan wood for this dessert. We ended up using Mesquite left over from cooking chicken and pork - no noticeable difference in taste!

Nutrition Facts
Berry Cobbler (Traeger Grill Style)
Amount Per Serving (1 serving)
Calories 371 Calories from Fat 117
% Daily Value*
Fat 13g20%
Saturated Fat 8g50%
Cholesterol 35mg12%
Sodium 269mg12%
Potassium 123mg4%
Carbohydrates 60g20%
Fiber 2g8%
Sugar 39g43%
Protein 3g6%
Vitamin A 425IU9%
Vitamin C 3.4mg4%
Calcium 55mg6%
Iron 1.4mg8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Here’s one more to pin on your Pinterest boards!Make an incredibly delicious berry cobbler Traeger grill style, by cooking this dessert, with blackberries, blueberries and raspberries on a BBQ (or in oven)!

Karen’s Delicious Apple Cobbler

Four ingredients and thirty minutes is all you need to make this EASY and delicious apple cobbler for dessert!Four ingredients and thirty minutes is all you need to make this EASY and delicious apple cobbler for dessert!

If you’re looking for an EASY dessert that can be made quickly, may I suggest  this simple recipe for Karen’s Delicious Apple Cobbler? You only need 4 ingredients and 30 minutes to make this amazing dessert! It’s REALLY quite tasty!

Why This Apple Cobbler Is Named After My Friend, Karen

When I was a newlywed 40 years ago, my husband and I moved from Southern California to a small town in Southern Oregon. I was privileged to meet a woman named Karen at the church where my husband was the Music Pastor.

Karen sang in our choir, had an amazing voice, and an even sweeter personality and infectious laugh. She graciously invited us over for meals, became a dear friend, and even let me do our laundry at her home several times… THAT was also a huge gift because it meant I didn’t have to hang out at the local laundromat for hours.

Karen made this apple cobbler for us once (40 years ago), and I loved it.  Being a newlywed, and loving to cook, I asked her if she would share her recipe with me. She laughed and told me how incredibly easy it was to make (a big plus!), and gave it to me.

I named the recipe after her and wrote it on the recipe card, so I wouldn’t ever forget who gave it to me. I’ve made this recipe many times over the years, and finally decided to add it to my blog.  Karen passed away quite suddenly in 2014, but her sweet spirit, love, zest for life, and memories live on in every person she poured herself into, including ME!

So, Just How EASY Is This Apple Cobbler To Make?

Here’s how to make this… it’s so very EASY!  Preheat oven to 350° F. Lightly grease a 13×9 pan (or two smaller sized pans) with non-stick spray.  Spread fruit pie filling evenly in pan.

Apple pie filling is spread into baking pans.In medium bowl, mix butter, yellow cake mix and chopped nuts until crumbly.

Butter is blended into dry ingredients using a pastry blender.

Chopped pecans are added to dry ingredients for cobbler

Dry ingredients, butter and pecans are crumbly and ready to top apple cobbler.

Sprinkle this dry mixture evenly over the apple pie filling. The cobbler is usually made in a 9×13 pan, but this time I made it in a square pan (8×8) and a 9 inch cake pan, so I could give one away to a friend recovering from surgery, yet still have one for our family.

Crumb topping has been placed on top of the apple pie filling in baking pan.

Bake at 350° F. for approximately 30 minutes, or until bubbly and crumb mixture is light golden brown on top. Remove pan to a wire rack and let cool down slightly before serving.

Two pans of Karen's delicious apple cobbler are cooling on wire rack after baking.

Once cobbler has cooled down a bit, serve up individual portions.  This cobbler tastes best served slightly warm, with a big ol’ scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!

Karen's Delicious Apple Cobbler is serving in ramekin with a scoop of ice cream.

This cobbler is so very easy to make, and truly is quite scrumptious!

Do You Enjoy Cobblers And Crisps?

Speaking of cobblers, if you enjoy this type of dessert you might be interested in other cobbler and crisp recipes on this blog. Some of them are for Strawberry Cobbler, Blackberry Cobbler, or Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp. You might also enjoy learning about the history of cobblers, crisps, pandowdy, etc.

A spoonful of Karen's delicious apple cobbler is ready to eat!

It’s wonderful to have a recipe card for an apple cobbler that is yummy and soooo simple to make, permanently stored in my recipe box (and now on my blog)!  With every bite, I am reminded of the sweet friend who gave it to me, and miss her very much!

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Author's signatureRecipe Source: Karen Cobb Nelson

Karen's Delicious Apple Cobbler
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
35 mins
 

Four ingredients and thirty minutes is all you need to make this EASY and delicious apple cobbler for dessert!

Category: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: apple cobbler
Servings: 12 servings
Calories Per Serving: 342 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
  • 1 can apple pie filling (21 ounces)
  • 1 cube butter , at room temperature
  • 1 yellow cake mix
  • 1 cup walnuts or pecans , chopped
  • Non-stick spray
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350° F. Lightly grease a 13x9 pan (or two smaller sized pans) with non-stick spray.
  2. Spread fruit pie filling evenly in pan.
  3. In medium bowl, mix butter, yellow cake mix and chopped nuts until crumbly. Sprinkle this dry mixture evenly over the apple pie filling.
  4. Bake at 350° F. for approximately 30 minutes, or until bubbly and crumb mixture is light golden brown on top. Remove pan to a wire rack and let cool down slightly before serving. This cobbler tastes best served slightly warm, with a big ol' scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!
Nutrition Facts
Karen's Delicious Apple Cobbler
Amount Per Serving (1 serving)
Calories 342
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Here’s one more to pin on your Pinterest boards!Four ingredients and thirty minutes is all you need to make this EASY and delicious apple cobbler for dessert!

The Pioneer Woman’s Blackberry Cobbler

Nothing says “Summer” dessert like homemade blackberry cobbler! This version is a copycat recipe from The Pioneer Woman, and tastes amazing!Nothing says "Summer" dessert like homemade blackberry cobbler! This version is a copycat recipe from The Pioneer Woman, and tastes amazing!
It’s the middle of summer here in the Pacific Northwest, and wild blackberries are everywhere!  I recently tried a new cobbler recipe after picking blackberries near our home.  It’s called The Pioneer Woman’s Blackberry Cobbler, and boy, is it GOOD!!

This type of cobbler is made slightly different than other traditional cobblers, but anything Ree Drummond (The Pioneer Woman) makes is fabulous!

A Unique Way To Make This Blackberry Cobbler

Most cobblers tend to place the berries on the bottom of the dish, then a batter is poured or spooned over the berries. That’s how I would normally make a berry cobbler.  Not so with THIS blackberry cobbler!  The batter is placed in the pan first, then the berries and sugar are placed on top, which creates a more “cake-like” texture under the berries!

This technique sounded interesting to me (and I always am curious about new ways of doing things), so I decided to make a blackberry cobbler, using some of the free wild blackberries I picked just a few blocks from our home.

We also have a lot of blackberries growing over our back fence from the forest behind our home… how fun to have an huge and FREE supply of these tasty berries! I just HAD to make a cobbler, and decided to try this version!

Blackberries ready to be picked in our backyad!
The recipe for this blackberry cobbler is very simple to prepare… and I gotta tell ya… homemade berry cobbler and a scoop of ice cream is the perfect summer dessert, if you ask me!  Here’s how to make this berry delicious cobbler:

Make The Batter For The Blackberry Cobbler

First, melt butter in the microwave, then let it cool.  In a separate medium mixing bowl, combine 1 cup of granulated sugar and flour.

Whisk in a cup of milk until a batter is formed. Slowly drizzle in the cooled down melted butter, and whisk well, to fully combine ingredients.

Making the batter for the blackberry cobbler.

Melted butter is added to the cobbler batter in bowl.

Grease or butter a 9 inch round baking dish.  Pour the batter into the prepared dish, and spread evenly.

Cobbler batter is poured into a buttered cake pan.
Add Blackberries To The Cobbler

Rinse the blackberries and then pat them dry. Evenly place the blackberries on top of the batter. Sprinkle the berries with 1/4 cup granulated sugar.

Fresh blackberries are added to the top of the cobbler batter.

The blackberry cobbler is sprinkled with sugar before baking.

Bake The Blackberry Cobbler

Bake cobbler in a preheated 350 degree oven for 55-60 minutes, until the cobbler is bubbly and the surface is golden in color.

If you want, you can remove the cobbler from the oven about 10 minutes before it is done, sprinkle the top with another couple teaspoons of sugar, then place back in oven for final 10 minutes. (This is what I did).

More sugar is sprinkled on the blackberry cobbler partway through the baking time.

The cobbler is finished baking, and cools down before slicing.

Serve The Blackberry Cobbler!

When the blackberry cobbler is done baking, remove the pan from the oven. Let the hot cobbler cool down a little bit before serving.

Once it is has cooled down (but is still warm) slice it up, and serve with a big ol’ scoop of vanilla ice cream! Enjoy this delicious dessert!

A scoop of vanilla ice cream is served with a slice of the blackberry cobbler.

The Pioneer Woman's Blackberry Cobbler is served with ice cream and fresh berries.

This recipe for blackberry cobbler was certainly EASY to make… and it was really yummy, too! Hope you will consider making this yummy dessert! Fixing this cobbler with fresh boysenberries would be amazing, as well. Have a wonderful day!

Looking For More COBBLER Recipes?

You can find all of my dessert recipes in the Recipe Index, located at the top of the page. A few favorite COBBLER recipes include:

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Recipe Source: www.thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/the_great_cobbl/

The Pioneer Woman's Blackberry Cobbler
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
55 mins
Total Time
1 hr 5 mins
 

Nothing says "Summer" dessert like homemade blackberry cobbler! This version is a copycat recipe from The Pioneer Woman, and tastes amazing!

Category: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: blackberry cobbler
Servings: 8 servings
Calories Per Serving: 308 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
  • 1 cube butter , melted, cooled to room temp.
  • cups granulated sugar , divided
  • 1 cup self-rising flour (See note section for substitution)
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2-3 cups blackberries (fresh or frozen) I used 3 cups fresh.
  • 1 teaspoon granulated sugar (to sprinkle on cobbler during last 10 minutes of baking)
Instructions
  1. First, melt butter in the microwave, then let it cool. In a separate medium mixing bowl, combine 1 cup of granulated sugar and flour. Whisk in a cup of milk until batter is formed. Slowly drizzle in the cooled down melted butter, and whisk well, to fully combine ingredients.
  2. Grease or butter a 9 inch round baking dish. Pour the batter into the prepared dish, and spread evenly.
  3. Rinse the blackberries and then pat them dry. Evenly place the blackberries on top of the batter. Sprinkle the berries with 1/4 cup granulated sugar.
  4. Bake cobbler in a preheated 350 degree oven for 55-60 minutes, until the cobbler is bubbly and surface is golden in color. If you want, you can remove the cobbler from the oven about 10 minutes before it is done, sprinkle the top with another couple teaspoons of sugar, then place back in oven for final 10 minutes. When cobbler is done, remove pan from oven. Let it cool down a little bit before serving, then slice it up and serve with a big ol' scoop of vanilla ice cream! Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

No self-rising flour? No problem. For 1 cups self-rising flour, substitute 1 cup all-purpose flour + 1½ teaspoons baking powder + ½ teaspoon salt.

Nutrition Facts
The Pioneer Woman's Blackberry Cobbler
Amount Per Serving (1 serving)
Calories 308 Calories from Fat 108
% Daily Value*
Fat 12g18%
Saturated Fat 7g44%
Cholesterol 31mg10%
Sodium 115mg5%
Potassium 118mg3%
Carbohydrates 48g16%
Fiber 2g8%
Sugar 35g39%
Protein 3g6%
Vitamin A 490IU10%
Vitamin C 7.6mg9%
Calcium 53mg5%
Iron 0.4mg2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp

Is anything better than delicious Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp? Make individual sized desserts with fresh peaches, and top it with a streusel crust!Is anything better than delicious Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp? Make individual sized desserts with fresh peaches, and top it with a streusel crust!

I love fresh juicy peaches in the Summer… right off the tree, and ready to eat just the way they are (with juice running down your arms), OR to be transformed into other delicious dishes… like this Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp, for example!

I pick peaches every summer at a local U-Pick farm about 15 minutes from our home. Once I get home with my 25-30 pounds of fresh peaches, the race against the clock begins!!! I have a few days to do LOTS of things with these beauties.

These activities include canning them for long term storage, making peach jampeach pies, peach ice cream, and this Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp! It often seems like a PEACH FACTORY in our kitchen! It’s a wonder I don’t turn into a peach!

Old fashioned peach crisps have rolled oats in the crumbly topping. This topping makes them a bit different from a cobbler, which typically have a biscuit-type topping. The oats crisp up as the dish bakes, making a nice streusel topping for that delicious fresh fruit!

Peaches on trees, ready to pick, and make peach crisp!Lots of fresh peaches, picked and ready to make a peach crisp!
It’s really easy to make individual sized peach crisps for a scrumptious, classic dessert. Here’s how I make Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp!

How To Make Old Fashioned Peach Crisp

Please note that I made 6 individual sized servings, but the recipe works just as well if you make it in a large 13×9 baking dish, too (with a bit longer cooking time)!

First, peel and thinly slice all those beautiful fresh, juicy peaches. Try hard not to eat them all… this is important!

Fresh peaches peeled and sliced to make a crisp!

Light coat the bottom of baking dish (or dishes) with non-stick spray. Evenly divide the fresh sliced peaches between serving dishes (if making individual sized).

Peach slices placed into individual baking dishes.

In a separate bowl, mix dry ingredients, then cut in COLD butter, using a pastry blender, until mixture is about the size of peas.

Butter is cut into streusel topping for old-fashioned crisp.

Spoon the crumb topping over each dish to cover (or over the entire surface if using a single baking dish).

Streuesel topping is placed on top of peaches.

Place the old fashioned peach crisp dish(es) into 375 degree preheated oven and bake for 35-40 minutes (slightly longer time if making a single 13×9 dish). When done, the crumb topping will be browned and edges will be bubbly (from all those delicious peach juices).

TIP: I find it helpful to place a large sheet of aluminum foil on the rack below the dishes before cooking, to catch any juices that try to escape (less mess if juice bubbles out and over the edge of individual dishes).

Old-Fashioned peach crisps are ready for the oven!

When done, remove the old fashioned peach crisp dish(es) to a wire rack and let cool slightly before serving.

Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp is baked and ready to eat.

See that gorgeous peach goodness on the bottom of the dish? Oh yum. The streusel forms a nice crust on the peach crisp, and the butter, cinnamon, and brown sugar flavor the fruit wonderfully!

Side view of old-fashioned peach crisp.

All that’s left to do to make these ABSOLUTELY PERFECT is to serve them warm, with a small scoop of vanilla ice cream, and enjoy this absolutely PERFECT taste of SUMMER!

Peach crisps are done baking and ready to serve, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!
Hope you will consider making this delicious old-fashioned peach crisp while peaches are in season! You just can’t beat the classic flavor! Grab a spoon, put on some stretchy pants, plop down on the couch,  and enjoy this treat. You can start your diet tomorrow… ha ha!

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Adapted From:  “The New Pillsbury Family Cookbook”, Published 1973 by The Pillsbury Company, page 131.

Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
35 mins
Total Time
45 mins
 
Is there anything better than a delicious Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp? Make individual sized desserts with fresh summer peaches, and top it with a streusel crust!
Category: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: old-fashioned peach crisp
Servings: 6 servings
Calories Per Serving: 365 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
  • 6 cups fresh , peeled and sliced peaches
  • 1 Tablespoon lemon juice
  • 3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup + 1 Tablespoon all purpose flour (unsifted)
  • 1/2 cup rolled oats (old fashioned, NOT instant)
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup COLD butter
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Spray the bottom of individual baking dishes or a 9 inch square or 10x6 baking dish with non-stick spray.
  2. Sprinkle peach slices with lemon juice. Stir to combine. Place peaches onto bottom of baking dish (if using individual dishes, divide evenly).
  3. In a separate bowl, combine brown sugar, flour, rolled oats and cinnamon. Cut the COLD butter into chunks and add to dry ingredients. Cut the butter into the dry ingredients using a pastry blender until butter is size of peas. (Can also mix dry ingredients with cold butter and pulse in a food processor).
  4. Sprinkle crumb topping over sliced peaches, to cover.
  5. Bake in preheated 375 degree oven for approximately 35-40 minutes, until topping is browned and juices are bubbly around edges.
  6. Remove from oven to wire rack; let cool slightly, serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, and enjoy!
Nutrition Facts
Old-Fashioned Peach Crisp
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 365 Calories from Fat 144
% Daily Value*
Fat 16g25%
Saturated Fat 9g56%
Cholesterol 40mg13%
Sodium 143mg6%
Potassium 364mg10%
Carbohydrates 54g18%
Fiber 3g13%
Sugar 39g43%
Protein 3g6%
Vitamin A 975IU20%
Vitamin C 11.1mg13%
Calcium 43mg4%
Iron 1.4mg8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Mini Apple Crisps

Mini Apple Crisps are individual sized versions of this favorite American classic dessert! Whether you call them crisps or cobblers, they are super easy to make – serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!Mini Apple Crisps are individual sized versions of this favorite American classic dessert! Super easy to make - serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!

Well, well, well… the OFFICIAL start to Fall 2015 will be here in a couple of days. School’s begun, the days are cooler here in the Northwest, sunsets are earlier each day, leaves are beginning their color changes… and apples are everywhere! Time to make Mini Apple Crisps and welcome in this change of season with a tasty dessert!

Fall just sort of screams “APPLES”, don’t ya think? There are so many varieties that come into season this time of year, and to me, there is something so memorable about making my first Apple Pie or Apple Crisp of the Fall.

Fall apples, freshly picked, and can be used to make mini apple crisps!

Apple desserts just seems to fit right in with Fall, wearing sweatshirts, raking leaves, football games, pumpkins, brilliant fall foliage, etc. Can you tell I enjoy this season?

I especially enjoy it here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. The gorgeous colors on display make the ever present RAIN tolerable!

Fall leaves indicate it's time to make apple crisps, pies and cobblers!

Mini Apple Crisps Are PERFECT for Fall Weather!

This recipe for individual sized mini apple crisps is perfect for those nights when you just want to crawl up on the couch in your sweats, under a big warm blanket, and eat something decadent, like some warm apple crisp “goodness” while reading a good book, or watching a good TV show or movie.

Warm and bursting with fresh apple and cinnamon flavor… what could be better than that? Well, I guess a little scoop of vanilla ice cream could make this even better, right? This is a very easy recipe that makes 4 individual servings, so you can eat one, and save 3 for later, if you are so inclined (Ha Ha).

How To Make Mini Apple Crisps

First thing to do is peel, core and slice the apples. Then place the apple slices, brown sugar, flour, lemon juice and cinnamon into a large skillet. Mix the ingredients well, to combine, then cook the apples on medium-low for about 10 minutes, or until the apple slices have slightly softened.

Apple slices cooking with brown sugar, cinnamon, etc. for mini apple crisps.
While the apples were cooking, use a pastry blender (or two forks) to blend the crumb topping ingredients in a small bowl. Easy!

Crumb topping is mixed to add to top of apple crisps.
Spray 4 ramekins with non-stick cooking spray.

Ramekins are coated with non stick cooking spray to bake apple crisps.
Once the apples were done cooking, divide them between the 4 ramekins.

Prepared apple filling divided and added to ramekins.
Divide the crumb topping evenly between the 4 ramekins, sprinkling it over the top of the apples, all the way to the edges.

Crumb topping is added to mini apple crisps in ramekins before baking.Time To Cook the Mini Apple Crisps!

Bake the mini apple crisps in a 375 degree oven for about 25 minutes, until the mixture is bubbly, and the top crumble mixture is lightly browned.

Mini apple crisps, after baking for 25 minutes... ready to eat!
Let the desserts cool on a wire rack for a bit, then serve the Mini Apple Crisps while they are still warm. They were delicious!

Mini apple crisps are served warm!
Doesn’t that look delicious? These mini apple crisps are especially good with a tiny scoop of vanilla ice cream served on top! This recipe is so easy to make, too! You’re gonna LOVE it!

You might also be interested in my recipes for Dutch Crumb Apple Pie, Apple Cobbler, Apple Shortbread Tart, or Apple Pie Stuffed Won Tons!

Welcome, FALL! Sure hope you will give this delicious recipe a try! Have a great week.

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Author's signatureRecipe Slightly Adapted From: The New Pillsbury Family Cookbook, page 131, published 1973 by The Pillsbury Company,

Mini Apple Crisps
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
25 mins
Total Time
40 mins
 
Mini Apple Crisps are individual sized versions of this favorite American classic dessert! Super easy to make - serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!
Category: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: mini apple crisps
Servings: 4 servings
Calories Per Serving: 591 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
For apples:
  • 5 cups Granny Smith apples (peeled, cored, and sliced)
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 Tablespoon lemon juice
  • 2 Tablespoons water
For crumble mixture:
  • 3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup all purpose flour (unsifted)
  • 1/2 cup rolled oats (old fashioned or quick cook)
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup cold butter
Instructions
  1. Place sliced apples, 1/4 cup brown sugar, 1/2 tsp. cinnamon, lemon juice and water into a large skillet. Stir to combine. Cook on medium-low heat, stirring occasionally, for approximately 10 minutes, or until apples have softened slightly. Remove from heat.
  2. While apples are cooking, prepare the crumb topping. Place the brown sugar, flour, rolled oats, 1 tsp. and cinnamon in a medium sized bowl. Cut the butter into chunks and add to bowl. Using a pastry blender, cut in the butter until mixture is crumbly and butter is about the size of peas. Set aside.
  3. Spray 4 ramekins with non-stick spray. Once apples are done, divide and spoon them equally into the 4 ramekins.
  4. Divide the crumb topping equally between the 4 apple-filled ramekins.Spoon the crumb topping over the entire surface of the apples, all the way to the edges.
  5. Bake apple crisps at 375 degrees for approximately 25-30 minutes, or until mixture is bubbly and the crumb topping is a light, golden brown. Remove hot ramekins to a wire rack to cool a bit. Serve warm, with a tiny scoop of vanilla ice cream, if desired.

Recipe Notes

Firm tart baking apples are used in this recipe (Granny Smith, Gravenstein, etc.).

Nutrition Facts
Mini Apple Crisps
Amount Per Serving (1 serving)
Calories 591 Calories from Fat 216
% Daily Value*
Fat 24g37%
Saturated Fat 14g88%
Cholesterol 61mg20%
Sodium 220mg10%
Potassium 293mg8%
Carbohydrates 95g32%
Fiber 5g21%
Sugar 69g77%
Protein 3g6%
Vitamin A 795IU16%
Vitamin C 8.7mg11%
Calcium 72mg7%
Iron 1.7mg9%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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Strawberry Cobbler

Delicious strawberry cobbler (in individual servings), featuring fresh strawberries and a buttery crumb topping, will be a family dessert favorite!Delicious strawberry cobbler (in individual servings), featuring fresh strawberries and a buttery crumb topping, will be a family dessert favorite!
My husband surprised me with a flat of fresh picked Hood strawberries this past weekend, locally grown in the Pacific Northwest. Absolutely the best strawberry there is! These little gems are perfect for making Strawberry Cobbler, if you ask me!

I was in the middle of several HUGE projects (pressure washing deck and patio, painting deck, refinishing a garden bench/staining it), etc. My brain went into overtime, because I had to figure out what to do with all those strawberries, before they went bad.

Because I was determined, I finished my projects, and into the kitchen I went. The first thing I made was homemade strawberry ice cream (my hubby’s request), then some strawberry jam, and this absolutely delicious STRAWBERRY COBBLER!

I found the recipe on Pinterest (thank you Joan, at “Chocolate Chocolate And More”), and it sounded really good. I’ve made many cobblers before, but never a STRAWBERRY cobbler. Yum.

The recipe is VERY easy, and before I knew it, we had 4 ramekins of completely delicious cobbler, bursting with the flavor of fresh strawberries! Here’s how you make this great dessert!

How To Make Individual Sized Strawberry Cobbler In Ramekins

Place quartered strawberries and sugar into a saucepan. (Note: I mashed them just a bit with a potato masher – not too much… just enough to get the strawberry juice flowing-this step is optional).

Let the strawberries and sugar hang out together for about 20 minutes. Because I mashed the ripe strawberries way too much, there was a lot of juice. Try NOT to mash them too much, for more intact strawberries.

Cooking mashed strawberries in saucepan for strawberry cobbler filling.
Heat the strawberry mixture for about 5 minutes on medium heat. While they are heating,  mix up a slurry of cornstarch and cold water, and then add it to the heated strawberry mixture.

This will act as the thickening agent for the fruit in the strawberry cobbler.

Mixing cornstarch and water in metal bowl, to thicken cobbler filling cobblerPouring cornstarch slurry into pan with strawberry cobbler filling.
Stir the strawberry mixture together and continue to cook, stirring often, until the strawberries come to a boil.

Remove the pan from the heat, then evenly divide the strawberry mixture into 4 ramekins. Place the filled ramekins on a foil-lined baking sheet.

TIP: The aluminum foil will catch any drips if the cobbler bubbles over the top, and will make your cleanup a LOT easier!

Although this picture below doesn’t quite capture it, there really are a LOT of strawberry chunks in there!

Strawberry filling divided into 4 white ramekins for cobbler
Make The Topping For Strawberry Cobbler

Place the crumb topping ingredients in a small bowl. Mix up the ingredients with a pastry blender or two forks, and blend until the crumbs are about the size of peas.

Mixing brown sugar, butter, and flour for cobbler toppingCrumble topping in bowl for top of cobbler
Evenly distribute the crumb topping over the tops of the strawberry cobbler in all 4 ramekins.

Crumb topping on top of strawberry cobbler ramekins.
Once all the ramekins all have crumb topping, put the foil-lined baking sheet with the ramekins into a preheated 350° F. oven, and bake for 25 minutes.

When done, carefully remove the strawberry cobbler from the oven. Transfer the ramekins to a wire rack to finish cooling. The cobblers will look something like the photo below, and will smell GOOD!

Four baked cobblers cooling on wire rackServing The Strawberry Cobbler

Let the strawberry cobbler cool down for a few minutes, and then add a small scoop of homemade or store bought vanilla ice cream to each dessert.

You can also garnish each cobbler with a sprig of mint, for presentation. This is optional, but adds color and fancies up the dessert a bit!

Strawberry cobbler, served with vanilla ice cream and mint sprig

The only thing left to do at this point is to grab a spoon, and take a big ol’ bite of this delicious strawberry cobbler. It’s soooo good!

Spoonful of fruit cobbler, with ice cream
Sure hope you’ll give this easy recipe for strawberry cobbler in individual servings a try! I think you will be glad you did!

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Author's signatureRecipe Source: http://chocolatechocolateandmore.com/fresh-strawberry-cobbler/

Strawberry Cobbler
Prep Time
20 mins
Cook Time
6 mins
Total Time
26 mins
 

Delicious strawberry cobbler (in individual servings), featuring fresh strawberries and a buttery crumb topping, will be a family dessert favorite!

Category: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: strawberry cobbler
Servings: 4 servings
Calories Per Serving: 383 kcal
Author: JB @ The Grateful Girl Cooks!
Ingredients
  • 4-5 cups strawberries (fresh), cut into quarters
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 4 teaspoons cornstarch
  • 4 teaspoons cold water
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar (light or dark)
  • 1/2 cup quick cooking oats
  • 1/3 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/4 cup butter , softened
  • Vanilla Ice Cream (for topping cobbler- optional, but recommended!)
  • Mint sprigs (for garnish-optional)
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Clean, de-stem and hull strawberries. Slice into quarters. Place strawberries and granulated sugar in a medium sized saucepan. Stir to combine, then let sit for about 20 minutes. After 20 minutes, place pan on stove and heat strawberries on medium heat for 5 minutes.

  3. While strawberries are heating, combine cornstarch and cold water in a small bowl. Whisk well to fully combine (and dissolve the cornstarch...no lumps!) Pour cornstarch mixture into the strawberries. Stir. Continue heating (and stirring) the strawberries until mixture begins to boil. Remove pan from the heat. Divide strawberry mixture into 4 ramekins. Set aside.

  4. To make the crumb topping, place brown sugar, oats, flour and butter in s small bowl. Cut ingredients together with a pastry blender (or two forks), until it becomes small crumbles. Evenly distribute crumb topping over the top of all 4 strawberry-filled ramekins (cover the tops completely). Put ramekins on a baking sheet that is covered with parchment paper, a silicone mat, or aluminum foil. This helps catch any drips that may or may not occur (depending on how full the ramekins are).

  5. Bake cobbler at 350 degrees for approximately 25 minutes. When done, topping should be golden brown, and bubbly around the edges. Remove from oven. Let cobbler cool 5-10 minutes before serving. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream, garnish with a sprig of mint, dig in... and ENJOY!!!

Recipe Notes

You do not need to lightly mash the strawberries as I did (to extract more juice). Just omit that step and add the quartered strawberries to the saucepan with the granulated sugar. It's all good.

Nutrition Facts
Strawberry Cobbler
Amount Per Serving (1 serving)
Calories 383 Calories from Fat 108
% Daily Value*
Fat 12g18%
Saturated Fat 7g44%
Cholesterol 30mg10%
Sodium 111mg5%
Potassium 303mg9%
Carbohydrates 67g22%
Fiber 4g17%
Sugar 46g51%
Protein 3g6%
Vitamin A 370IU7%
Vitamin C 84.6mg103%
Calcium 54mg5%
Iron 1.7mg9%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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