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    Cobblers & Crisps

    Dib's
    Fri Jan 04, 2013 3:18 pm
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    Cobblers, Crisps, Buckles/Crumbles, even a Grunt. They are as easy as 1-2-3! If your not sure about the difference read on.

    A cobbler is baked fruit topped with a batter or biscuit crust. I usually bake mine in a cast iron skillet.
    Peach Cobbler
    Blackberry Cobbler
    Fresh Blueberry Cobbler
    Quick Cherry Cobbler

    A crisp is baked fruit topped with (usually) a mixture of flour, nuts, oatmeal, butter, and sugar. The topping ranges in texture from streusel to granola, and generally completely covers the fruit.
    Edna's Apple Crumble (Aka. Apple Crisp)
    Rhubarb Crisp
    Best Blueberry Crisp
    Raspberry Crisp

    A Buckle has a streusel topping with a moist cake bottom and is usually made with blueberries that are nestled in the middle.
    Blueberry Boy Bait
    Blueberry Buckle
    Best Blueberry Buckle (Blueberry Crumb Cake)
    Sue B's Blueberry Buckle

    A Grunt cooks on the stovetop. As the biscuit-topped fruit cooks on the stove, it supposedly makes a grunting noise.
    Summer Berry Grunt
    Maritime Blueberry Grunt
    Rhubarb Grunt
    Apple Grunt
    katie in the UP
    Wed Jan 16, 2013 2:39 am
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    Has anyone tried one of those 'easy' recipes....sprinkling cake mix on berries etc and had them turn out? I've tried a couple of them...and it was a soggy mess. I saw one on Pinterest this AM ....frozen berries, cake mix and diet 7-up icon_question.gif
    Chocolatl
    Thu Jan 17, 2013 2:44 pm
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    This is kind of a "cheater" recipe icon_lol.gif : Quickie Apple Crisp (1958)
    **Tinkerbell**
    Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:42 am
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    katie in the UP wrote:
    Has anyone tried one of those 'easy' recipes....sprinkling cake mix on berries etc and had them turn out? I've tried a couple of them...and it was a soggy mess. I saw one on Pinterest this AM ....frozen berries, cake mix and diet 7-up icon_question.gif


    No, I haven't tried one. I generally stay away from the recipes that use boxed cake mixes, but my family's favorite quick cherry cobbler uses Bisquick, so I'm not totally against doing it.
    What do you think is making the recipes not turn out? And do you have a link to one that I could test?
    **Tinkerbell**
    Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:45 am
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    Chocolatl wrote:
    This is kind of a "cheater" recipe icon_lol.gif : Quickie Apple Crisp (1958)


    It looks like a great recipe for kids to make, and if I can tie it to a country, or region of the world, I could use it in my cooking elective class. I saved it in both my dessert and elective cookbooks! icon_smile.gif
    Sharon123
    Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:18 pm
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    mums the word
    Tue Jan 29, 2013 9:23 pm
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    This is a favourite at our house, and it is a healthier recipe from Anne Lindsay's cookbook

    Apple and Raspberry Crisp
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