Easy Southern Recipes for Dessert: 10 Easy Cobbler Recipes

If you like homemade fruit cobbler recipes, you'll love this Southern collection.

By: Kaitlin Weiler, Editor, FaveSouthernRecipes.com
Easy Southern Recipes for Dessert 10 Easy Cobbler Recipes

Nothing is more comforting and satisfying in the summertime than warm fruit cobbler recipes that have a crunchy topping and are served with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

This collection of Easy Southern Recipes for Dessert: 10 Easy Cobbler Recipes offers a variety of cobblers, each made with a different kind of fruit. No matter what your favorite fruit is, you are sure to find an easy cobbler recipe below that will suit your tastes.

If you are craving a taste of summer in the middle of winter, you could also easily make any of these easy cobbler recipes with frozen fruit, or you could even substitute whatever fresh fruit happens to be in season. Each of these easy cobbler recipes is special and delicious in their own way, so whether you try one or try them all, your sweet tooth will be satisfied.

Easy Southern Recipes for Dessert: 10 Easy Cobbler Recipes

Easy Peach Cobbler Recipes

Slow Cooker Southern Peach Cobbler
  • Brandied Peach CobblerIf you like your desserts to have the richness that only alcohol can give, then this Brandied Peach Cobbler is for you. The brandy in the recipe pairs beautifully with the sugar cookie crust that tops the cobbler's fresh peach filling.
  • Slow Cooker Southern Peach Cobbler(pictured) – Slow cooker desserts are great for when you want a sweet treat but don't want to have to fuss over it for hours. All you have to do for this Slow Cooker Southern Peach Cobbler is toss fresh peaches with sugar and top them with a simple biscuit mixture. The slow cooker will do all of the work and you will have a juicy cobbler in only three hours.
  • Peach and Blueberry Cornbread CobblerThis peach and blueberry cobbler is for anyone who is crazy for cornbread. Fresh peaches and blueberries are topped with a cornmeal mixture that bakes up to be light and crumbly. This Peach and Blueberry Cornbread Cobbler features all of the classic flavors of peach cobbler, but it also offers a unique twist that you are sure to love.
  • Nana's Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler(pictured above) If you love recipes just like your grandmother used to make, then you will love this recipe for Nana's Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler. This easy cobbler recipe is made entirely from scratch, and you will love that it is bursting with fresh, juicy peaches.
  • The Best Ever Southern Peach CobblerThe Best Ever Southern Peach Cobbler combines fresh peaches with a sweet topping for an easy cobbler that anyone can make and that everyone will love.

Southern Cobbler Recipes with Berries

Scrumptious Strawberry Cobbler
  • Nectarine and Raspberry CobblerClassic cobbler recipes generally use peaches, but this Nectarine and Raspberry Cobbler offers a nice alternative. The tangy fruit complements the sweet and crunchy biscuit topping for a perfectly balanced dessert.
  • Scrumptious Strawberry Cobbler(pictured) It only takes six ingredients to make this Scrumptious Strawberry Cobbler. Fresh, juicy strawberries are combined with sugar and then covered with a simple topping. Nothing beats a simple dessert recipe, and you will love how easy this one is to prepare.
  • Sweet Cherry CobblerThis easy cobbler recipe is extraordinarily easy to make. It only takes six ingredients to make this Sweet Cherry Cobbler. Fresh, pitted cherries perfectly complement the cobbler's sweet biscuit topping.
  • Grandma's Favorite Blueberry CobblerThis fruit cobbler will please even those who say they don't like dessert. The homemade cornmeal biscuits balance out the sweetness of the rich blueberry filling. This is sure to become one of your go-to recipes for cobbler.
  • Strawberry Cobbler RecipeIf you like classic cobbler recipes, you will love this delightful strawberry cobbler. Lemon juice helps to balance out the sweetness of the strawberries, to create a wonderful satisfying dessert.

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I would like a blackberry cobbler recipes.

surely you could just substitute one of the fruits above??

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