It’s no secret that one easy way to save money on your grocery bill is to shop locally and to shop seasonally. Seasonal produce is so much more affordable than fruits and veggies that are out of season. These crazy-good cobblers and crisps will have you searching your local farmer’s market for the best berries and peaches.
Another budget-saving tip: If you end up buying fruit faster than you can use it, be sure to set some aside in the freezer so that you can have farm-fresh fruit in the dead of winter!
Crazy-Good Cobblers and Crisps for Summer
Blue Ribbon Blueberry Cobbler from our friends at TheBestDessertRecipes is so delicious that it might just win you an award. The only way you could possibly improve this blueberry cobbler recipe is by topping it with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream.
For a no-fuss cobbler recipe, you can’t go wrong with Tried-and-True Cobbler from Dinner: A Love Story. You can let your imagination run wild with this recipe using any combination of fresh fruit you want.
It may sound like an exaggeration, but this truly is the The Best Ever Southern Peach Cobbler. Fresh peaches are tossed with a few simple ingredients and then dolloped with delicious topping and sprinkled with sugar. It’s almost too good to be true.
If you have never considered making a pineapple crisp, think again. Our Fresh Pineapple Crisp tastes like a tropical getaway. Chunks of fresh pineapple are topped with coconut, macadamia nuts, oats, and melted butter.
Peach and Blueberry Cornbread Cobbler is for people who are really crazy about cornbread. The cornbread topping is light and crumbly. The corny topping perfectly complements the sweet combination of fresh peaches and blueberries.
If all of this talk about cobblers and crisps has got you bit confused, be sure to check out The Difference Between Cobblers, Slumps, Grunts, and More!
What is your favorite type of cobbler?
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