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    Cobblers, Crisps, Crumbles

    Whatever you call them they're easy to make and oh so yummy to eat!
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    I mistakenly bought a can of dark cherries instead of red tart cherries, as I had planned to bake cherry crisp for a Sunday dinner. With no other dessert ideas and no time to run to the grocery store, I remedied the situation by adding cranberries when cooking the filling. This provided the tartness that was missing from the dark cherry variety. My family enjoyed it, so I thought the creation was worth sharing in case another cook encounters a similar situation.

    Recipe #291314

    I meant to post this during Passover, but I could never find the time. This was posted in the Canadian Jewish News. Although Passover has ended it probably can still be made using the leftover ingredients you may have.

    Recipe #222282

    This is an adopted recipe. I am always looking for a great peach cobbler. I will submit revisions if needed once I make this up.

    Recipe #67452

    A delicious summer twist on Apple Crisp. Any type of berries may be used. We love this served with milk, ice cream or whipped cream!

    Recipe #122412

    This Memorial Day celebrate American history and kick off the summer season the healthy way with a wholesome patriotic feast. This Tropical Fruit Crisp is great whether you are city grilling or having a backyard BBQ. This festive fruity dessert is a perfect way to top off your summertime celebration, and an easy way to work in Just One More serving of fruit to your Memorial Day meal. --recipe from of 'Just One More for Healthy Living'

    Recipe #304796

    This is quite possibly the most amazingly easy and wonderful dessert that I make to date--that EVERYONE goes nuts over. I have never had a bad review yet! It's simply perfect served warm over homemade vanilla ice cream--wonderful Christmas dessert!

    Recipe #196805

    Enjoy this single serving dessert next time you're cooking for one. This can be made in the oven or in the microwave.

    Recipe #88290

    4 Reviews |  By ellie_

    An apple crisp type of recipe that is very good during apple season. This one is a little different from others by using apple cider and Granny Smith apples. Delicious served warm topped with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (September 1985)

    Recipe #103154

    My hubby can't get enough of this! He LOVES it warm with vanilla ice cream!

    Recipe #108209

    I had this recipe years ago, but had misplaced it until recently. It is soooo good! I like to make it in the fall, after our trip to the apple orchard.

    Recipe #104623

    This receipe uses a Krusteaz crumb cake mix. It is sooo good an so easy. The recipe is written for a berry cobbler, but i like to use 3 cups of canned peaches and one cup frozen berries. The recipe is really flexible and you can use any kind of fruit.

    Recipe #104610

    For true lemon-lovers only. VERY TART!

    Recipe #52724

    I don't remember where I got this recipe, but if you like cherries, you'll really like this one!

    Recipe #24066

    Very good served slightly warm with Ice cream and recipe has been in family for over 100 years

    Recipe #22691

    A touch of Hawaii, a delicious dessert and very easy to make. We first experienced a similar dish in Waikiki in 1972 and later I developed this recipe and it has been a big favorite.

    Recipe #18477

    I often make this for a Sunday Dessert. You can vary the fruit to suit your taste. Use fresh when it's in season or frozen all year round.

    Recipe #75887

    6 Reviews |  By Poss

    It's homemade apple crisp -- sweet, tasty, warm for chilly fall or winter evenings -- how can you not like it? Not too much butter or sugar, either, so it's a decent dessert for kids.

    Recipe #38670

    This is a wonderful dessert, that is served in custard cups. Although I have never tryed it, I imagine that this could be prepared in one baking dish, instead of custard cups.

    Recipe #84762

    Recipe #27782

    My friend Sherri found this recipe, made it and passed it on to me. It's excellent!

    Recipe #21689

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