Add a bit of southern sweetness to your life with these stunning cobbler recipes.
No matter the occasion, cobbler is the answer to your sugar cravings.
Who can resist a good cobbler, amirite?
From its luscious fruit filling to its crisp yet tender topping, this dessert is the bomb.
And it’s so versatile too! So use any fruit you like, from apples and mangoes to berries and peaches.
But that’s not all! You can make cobbler with pumpkin, sweet potato, and even chocolate if you want something more indulgent.
Either way, these cobbler recipes are insanely good and effortless to boot.
Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler and More!
Craving a homemade peach cobbler but don’t want to go through the hassle of making it from scratch?
Don’t worry – with this easy-breezy cake mix cobbler recipe, you’ll have a fresh and tasty dessert on the table in no time.
All you’ll need is a box of cake mix (obviously), canned peaches, and butter. How simple is that?
Are you looking for an elevated take on a classic dessert? If so, then this blueberry, lavender, and peach cobbler is for you!
With a mix of sweet peaches, juicy-tart blueberries, and fragrant floral notes from lavender, this dish is an elegant and picture-perfect end to a meal.
It’s surprisingly simple to make yet truly packs a culinary punch. And it’ll surely impress everyone at your dinner table.
There’s nothing quite like warm rhubarb cobbler in summer – especially with vanilla ice cream on top!
I’m drooling just thinking about it.
This recipe gets bonus points for not adding ingredients like almond extract, ginger, or strawberries to the rhubarb.
This way, the rhubarb’s flavor truly shines through!
Perfect for potlucks, dinners, and anytime your sweet tooth needs some loving, it’s much easier to make than pie.
And you don’t even need to make the biscuit topping from scratch. Thanks, Bisquick!
Peach cobbler is one of the most beloved (and googled) cobbler recipes around, which is why I have a few recipes on this list.
And we’re kicking things off with a bang!
Patti Labelle is an amazing musician, but did you know she’s also quite the baker? Her peach cobbler, for instance, is guaranteed to blow you away.
Made with peaches and apples, her cobbler is so ridiculously good, you’ll never make it any other way again!
Once you’ve had a piece – or even just a whiff – of this dish, you’ll swoon.
Made with fresh pears, a buttery biscuit topping, and warm spices, this cobbler is like a warm hug in a bowl.
And it’s just as yummy for dessert as it is for breakfast or an afternoon snack.
And don’t worry if you’re new in the kitchen. This recipe only requires a few minutes of prep time – the oven takes care of the rest.
Featuring sweet peaches and a crisp biscuit topping, this peach cobbler is a true delight.
It’s the perfect combination of sweet and tart, and it’s delicious with every bite.
Not only does it taste amazing, but its simple ingredients make it impossible to mess up, as well.
Fall is a magical time of year. And it’s made all the more heavenly thanks to the abundance of sweet pumpkin recipes.
This delicious autumn dessert combines a pumpkin puree filling and a tender biscuit topping.
So think of it like an upside-down pumpkin pie with an extra thick and tender crust!
The pumpkin is flavored with sugar and spices such as cinnamon, ginger, and clove. And the biscuit topping is deliciously light and fluffy.
From its simple preparation to its comforting taste, this cobbler is the ultimate fall treat.
Here’s another peach cobbler recipe. Only this classic Southern dessert is packed with juicy peaches and kissed with cinnamon.
From the melt-in-your-mouth peaches to the crunchy-buttery biscuits on top, it’s got the perfect textural contrast.
Best served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, this fantastic cobbler is sure to be the star of any meal.
If you love all things mixed berry, then you need to make this triple-berry cobbler asap!
With a combination of strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries, get ready for an explosion of fruity flavors in every spoonful!
This mix offers plenty of juicy sweetness and just enough tart notes to keep things balanced.
But feel free to play around with berries. For example, I think blackberries would be an excellent addition.
Tired of the same old cobbler flavors? Then maybe it’s time to think outside the box and create something new.
This skillet cobbler is a fun mix of pomegranate arils and berries with a touch of warm, sweet vanilla to round it all out.
Those flavors burst together like fireworks. It’s tart and subtly sweet with an irresistible crunchy topping.
Here’s another simplified recipe that captures all the flavors of a classic cherry cobbler without all the elbow grease.
It’s just as sweet, fruity, juicy, and crumbly, but it’s ready to go in a flash.
With only three simple ingredients, it’s ideal for when you need a budget-friendly dessert for the family.
If you love chewy snickerdoodles and cozy cobblers, then you’ll go crazy for this delectable mash-up of desserts.
From its chewy snickerdoodle base to its crunchy cinnamon sugar topping, this hybrid is legendary.
You get the best of both worlds in the same epic bite. Pretty impressive, eh?
If there’s one thing that can warm up a cold winter evening, it’s this cozy ginger and peach cobbler.
The aroma of tender peaches spiced with ginger will have everyone running to the kitchen.
It’s sweet, slightly tart, and so warming, it’s sure to please kids and adults alike.
Not only is this irresistible dessert satisfyingly sweet, but it couldn’t be easier to recreate. Enjoy!
Nothing screams “summer” louder than a warm blueberry cobbler with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Between the sweet blueberries, buttery shortbread topping, and creamy vanilla ice cream, it’s utterly divine.
And thanks to Bisquick (again!), this classic dessert has never been easier to make.
It’s perfect for those busy nights when you just don’t have enough time on your hands.
Warm, comforting, and bursting with summer flavors that’ll make your mouth water, this blackberry cobbler is a must-make.
With its sweet and tart blackberries and biscuit topping, it’s as scrumptious as it is pretty.
The best part? It’s so easy to make, even a beginner baker can pull it off.
Ahhh, the sweet smell of strawberry cobbler! It’s enough to make you drool and get your taste buds tingling with anticipation.
And while you’ll want to succumb to its enchanting aroma, I suggest letting it cool before you dig in!
That said, limiting yourself to one serving will be a challenge.
Whether served on its own or with vanilla ice cream on top, this cobbler is truly unforgettable.
17. Apple Cobbler
The smell of sweet apple pie baking in the oven is one of life’s simple pleasures.
But when you don’t have time to make a traditional pie, this cobbler is the next best thing – and some might even say it’s better!
It requires less prep and baking time, and it also has all the flavors and textures you crave in the fall. What more could you ask for?
Speaking of fall: the next time you’re craving autumn spices but don’t want apples and pumpkin, take this sweet potato cobbler for a spin.
This classic southern dessert combines creamy sweet potatoes with warming spices for something truly extraordinary.
Anyone that reaches for the sweet potatoes first will want seconds of this dessert.
Okay, this is the last peach cobbler, I swear! But I had to include this super simple cake mix recipe for anyone in a rush.
With just four ingredients and a few tips and instructions, you’ll be able to whip up this delicious summer dessert in a snap.
This recipe only needs 55 minutes from start to finish. So it’s ideal for busy weeknights.
Chocolate lovers, this one’s for you!
We all know brownies are awesome, but it’s nice to switch things up sometimes.
Enter the southern chocolate cobbler.
This decadent, chocolatey treat offers a fudgy brownie topping with a rich and gooey chocolate sauce underneath.
Are you drooling yet? Because I definitely am!
Time for another pie-cobbler hybrid! And this one features a sticky, nutty, and irresistible pecan pie filling with a tender cobbler top.
This recipe also includes a wonderful self-saucing finish, which means as it bakes, it develops a sweet sauce on the bottom.
This baking magic happens with a bit of sugar and hot water. And when it comes out of the oven, it’s saucy, sweet, and loaded with nuts. Yum!
Tired of peaches and apples? Then give this tropical mango cobbler a shot.
The filling is a mix of ripe mangoes, sugar, butter, vanilla, and cornstarch. That will thicken as it bakes, so it’s syrupy and sweet.
Top it off with whipped coconut cream for an extra special island experience!
If you’re looking for an absolute crowd-pleasing dessert, here it is.
This cobbler is filled with sweet and spiced apples with a sugar cookie-like crust on top.
Oh, and a luscious caramel sauce is drizzled all over it, as well.
Why? Because apples and caramel are a match made in heaven, that’s why!
With the perfect balance of sweet and salty, saucy and crunchy, it simply can’t be beat.
This one might divide the crowd.
But if you’re a sweet tooth like me, you’ll go gaga for this chocolate chip cookie cobbler!
Mounds of chewy cookie dough are nestled in a dreamy fudge sauce, then baked until crisp on top and gooey under the surface.
It’s unusual but a must-make for cookie lovers.
Are you a sucker for sweet and tart desserts? Then this raspberry cobbler is just what your taste buds have been waiting for!
Not only do raspberries add a burst of tartness, but their poppable-ness pairs perfectly with the biscuit topping.
It’s truly irresistible. And it’s even better with a few dark chocolate chips scattered over the top!
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