Berry & Thyme Cobbler
Frozen berries are budget-friendly and perfect for baking! Use whichever kind you like best—our favorites are raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries.
Recipe: Try our Berry & Thyme Cobbler
Spiced Peaches & Cream Cobbler
Almond extract and sliced almonds give this classic cobbler a warm, nutty flavor.
Recipe: Try our Spiced Peaches & Cream Cobbler
Plum & Port Cobbler
Finish your cobbler with whipped cream, mascarpone, or vanilla ice cream!
Recipe: Try our Plum & Port Cobbler
Spiked Triple-Grape Cobbler
Use a variety of seedless grapes for this unique cobbler—we opted for a mix of red, green, and black.
Recipe: Try our Spiked Triple Grape Cobbler
Cherry-Black Pepper Cobbler
Sweet, tart cherries taste even more delicious when seasoned with ground black pepper! Use pitted frozen cherries for a timesaver.
Recipe: Try our Cherry-Black Pepper Cobbler
Chocolate-Dipped Strawberry Cobbler
Cut out heart-shaped biscuits for the sweetest dessert ever!
Recipe: Try our Chocolate-Dipped Strawberry Cobbler
Buy your berries in bulk when they're fresh, then freeze them to make this sweet treat at the drop of a hat. But be warned—you won't want to share.
Recipe: Try our Blueberry Cobbler
Peaches 'n' Cream Cobbler
The addition of cornmeal makes this recipe extra unique and extra tasty.
Recipe: Try our Peaches 'n' Cream Cobbler
Mixed Berry Lattice Cobbler
Pressed for time? Use pre-made refrigerated pie crust to construct this cobbler. For a real treat, serve it with cool vanilla frozen yogurt.
Recipe: Try our Mixed Berry Lattice Cobbler
Caramel Apple Cobbler
If you love the classic carnival treat, you'll love this brekkie bake even more. Not calling your name? Maybe the fact that the apples are cooked with cinnamon, pecans, and brandy will.
Recipe: Try our Caramel Apple Cobbler
Grilled Summer Cobbler
After prep time, toss the ingredients into a cast iron skillet and grill for five. Let cool, then serve a la mode and enjoy.
Recipe: Try our Grilled Summer Cobbler
Super Easy Biscuit Topping
For some of these recipes, all they take is fruit and biscuits. This simple five-ingredient dough can be rolled and cut into shapes or, even easier, turned into rustic drop biscuits.
Recipe: Try our Super-Easy Biscuit Topping