Fruit Cobbler 3 Ways

Fruit Cobbler 3 Ways Confession: I think cobbler is my favorite. Don't get me wrong, I love pie. I love cake. I own a cupcake business, so, like, I'm obviously a big believer in those too. But I think cobbler is my favorite. I love how it's dessert but not overtly sweet (perfect for summer!). I love the rustic, country look of cobblers. I love the word cobbler. I'm into it. Here are my favorite three variations on classic cobbler. The recipes below are for the toppings only. For the fruit base I usually combine 4-5 pints fresh or frozen berries, 1/3 cup sugar and 1 tablespoon cornstarch. This is for a small cobbler, double if you're using a large pan.

Strawberry Spoon Cake Topping

Needed: 3/4 cup flour, 1/2 cup sugar, 3/4 stick of melted butter, 3/4 teaspoon baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 egg, 1/4 cup milk and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract.

In a bowl cream together the sugar and butter. Add all the other ingredients and stir to combine. Spoon batter over the fruit. Bake at 375 F for 45-50 minutes.

Blueberry Crumble Topping

Needed: 3/4 cup flour, 1/3 cup brown sugar, 1/2 teaspoon baking soda, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 stick of cold butter and 1/2 cup oats.

In a food processor combine the flour, sugar, baking soda and salt. Pulse to combine. Cube the cold butter and add it to the processor. Pulse until the batter is crumbly. Stir in the oats and spoon over the fruit. Bake at 375 F for 35-40 minutes.

Fruit Cobbler 3 WaysRaspberry Classic Cobbler Topping

Needed: 1 cup flour, 1/4 cup cornmeal, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/2 tablespoon baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 stick of cold butter and 1/2 cup milk.

In a food processor combine flour, cornmeal, sugar, baking powder and salt. Pulse to combine. Cube and add in the cold butter. Pulse until batter is crumbly. Pour in the milk and pulse until moistened. Scoop mounds of batter over fruit. Bake at 375 F for 45-50 minutes.

Have fun mixing up your own fruit cobblers this season! xo. Emma

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  • I wish I could eat sweets right now and I need to get me a skillet. Yum!

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  • yum!! This has inspired me to bake a cobbler!

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  • Flip I love an apple crumble. The weather is atrocious here right now so I could eat a whole apple crumble to myself today. I always think of it as more of a wintery dessert to be honest but it’s cold here all the time anyway so I guess it doesn’t matter. x
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  • I wish I could just eat them now without the time it’ll take to make them :)Got my eye on your blog now.thanks so much for sharing!

  • I’m excited about this! Thank you for being so generous with your experience and encouragement.

  • Great recipes! Blackberry Cobbler has always been my favorite because my Grandma makes them every summer and they’re sooo yummy! She usually makes homemade ice cream to serve it right out of the oven with.

  • I’ve never had cobbler nor have I ever seen a cobbler, but ‘cobbler’ is fun to say and I want some now. Haha.

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  • Hummm I must try one of these recipes, if not all!!! This is something that I have never eaten…

  • Cobbler! One of the best parts of fresh-fruit season. I’m going to have to get some in the oven myself before it gets to hot…

  • I used your recipe for the spoon cake topping, and did a strawberry-raspberry filling. Oh my gosh, SO GOOD. We served it with organic vanilla ice cream. I love pie/cobbler/crumble, so these are being bookmarked! Thanks 🙂

  • Kyaaaa so yummy :9
    Thank you for the receipe, Emma. I’ll try 😀

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  • that is beyond delicious love it
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  • Cobbler is a favorite of mine as well. For my 11th birthday (a long time ago) my mom made a blueberry cobbler and stuck a candle into each of the little dumplings floating on top. Yum.

    Also, I love to add a bit of cardamom either to the topping or the fruit; it gives it an interesting depth of flavor.

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  • I made a rasperry classic cobbler right away this morning when i saw this post and it definitely made this rainy sunday a lot sweeter 🙂

    Thanks for sharing!

  • mmmmmmmmmmmm
    i have never tried this but looks delicious!

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  • ahhh i love cobbler! best and easiest summer dessert! i usually use peaches cuz they’re my favorite.

  • I have to share this with my boyfriend’s mom! She’d love it. I’m going to dream of cobbler tonight.

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  • Your cobbler pans are cute!

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  • This looks amazing! I’m a huge fan of apple cobbler with ice-cream myself, but this looks equally delish! <3

  • Oh my goodness! Fruit cobblers are the essence of summer, I swear. Gotta try these; they look delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  • Looks delicious!

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  • Oh man, cobbler is the way to GO! it’s super yummy and tricks my mind in that I think it’s pseudo healthy because it’s made of (mostly) fruit…win win!

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  • The spoon cake style is my favorite. I reminds me of all the cobblers my grandma made during my childhood. You just know something in a cast iron pan that looks like biscuits is going to be delicious!
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  • Looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  • Definetly making one/all of these! 🙂

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  • SO Delish!!! Looks sooo yum!

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  • Oh yummy! Cobbler is my favorite!

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  • I went a little crazy at the store and bought so many berries! Now I know what to do with them 😉

    Thanks for sharing!

  • cobbler is one of my favorite desserts in the summer – these photos are making me hungry!

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  • I’m a big fan of cobblers too….they take me back to my childhood….to peach cobblers made from peaches from our orchard.

  • oh Yum! These look so good 🙂 And I agree with you that “cobbler” is such a great word!
    And I really love that you made them in cast iron pans…so great!

  • I just bought two pints of blueberries, now I have something to do with them!!
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  • Looks so yummy. Wow I really need to make cobbler soon. Cobbler is one of my favorite desserts too!
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  • I did not know cobblers still a few seconds ago. Thanks for educating me!

  • Those cobblers look beyond delicious! I wish I could just eat them now without the time it’ll take to make them 🙂

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  • Love the look of serving it straight out of the skillet
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  • My favorite thing about cobbler is that I never feel guilty about eating the leftovers for breakfast. I mean, its basically a biscuit with whole fruit. It has to be healthier than a McMuffin or a bowl of Fruit Loops.

  • This all looked delicious, my mouth is watering.
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  • I loove cobbler! Alas, my husband does not 🙁 So I’ve resigned myself to getting those little individual dishes to make them in, but haven’t had it in me to go through the work for just me. (sigh!)
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  • Wow! It looks delicious!
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  • I also have a confession – I may be partial to making only the topping of crumbles/cobblers and drowning it in syrup!

    It’s always been about the topping for me 🙂

  • Gosh, I really need a cast iron skillet. These look delicious!

  • Flip I love an apple crumble. The weather is atrocious here right now so I could eat a whole apple crumble to myself today. I always think of it as more of a wintery dessert to be honest but it’s cold here all the time anyway so I guess it doesn’t matter. x

  • I love crisps. I love how easy they are to make. All my favourite desserts include fruit of some sort. I have to confess though, I’ve never made a cobbler. It sounds as easy as a crumble so I will definitely give this a try. Thanks for sharing Emma 🙂
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  • Yum yum for summer! Ingredients are also easy to find. Thanks for sharing!
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  • These recipes are so great, I can’t wait to try the cornmeal one! 🙂

    Thanks for sharing!

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  • YUM YUM YUM!!!! One of my faves too, thanks for sharing Emma!!
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  • Yum! I love the retro feel to these 🙂 I fancy giving it a bash tonight 🙂

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  • I need to do this! I think my cast iron skillet has been feeling a little neglected, lately.

  • Despite the low-carb diet my doctor put me on, I need to try these.

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