Blackberry Cobbler
They key to a great cobbler is balance. Starting with the blackberry compote, you need to find the right ratio between lemon juice, cinnamon, and sugar, so that they complement the fruit without overpowering its delicate flavor. Then there's the dough, which should be flaky and light, like a cloud resting on top of the blackberries. Luckily, cobblers require only a few easy steps and do not take very long to bake. Another great thing about this dessert is that it's extremy versatile — swap out the blackberries for whatever fruit is in season, and adjust the cinnamon for another complementary spice (like ginger if you're using pears).  Click here to see Cozy Winter Meals. 
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Apple and Granola Breakfast Cobbler
This breakfast cobbler can bake overnight for a delicious morning treat. With fresh apples, cinnamon, and granola, this tasty dish could double as a dessert to serve with ice cream! This recipe is courtesy of Crock-Pot Dump Meals.
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Fresh Butter
Baking can seem daunting, but not with this simple Dutch oven cobbler recipe. Be sure to choose your pie filling wisely. I prefer mixed berry.  [Editor’s Note: Lewis uses a type of Dutch oven known as a camping, cowboy, or chuckwagon, which has a rimmed cover in order to place coals on top. If you are using a generic Dutch oven, you can simply place it inside your home oven at 350 degrees rather than using hot coals as Terry instructs.] 
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Cobbler
This summer-perfect dessert is super healthy, and super easy to make.This recipe is courtesy of The Bare Midriff.
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One day, I was on a juice cleanse and all I could think about was peach cobbler. I would have murdered for one. And then I made a juice bursting with ripe peach and cinnamon that balanced sweetness with tartness. And thus, “Peach Cobbler Juice” was born like Athena sprung from Zeus’s pained head, and I was pleased.
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One day, all I could think about was peach cobbler. I would have murdered for one. And then I made a juice bursting with ripe peach and cinnamon that balanced sweetness with tartness. And thus, “Peach Cobbler Juice” was born like Athena sprung from Zeus’s pained head, and I was pleased.
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Baked Cranapple Cobbler
TY KU Liqueur is naturally low in sugar and calories and is completely gluten-free, tannin-free, and contains no additives or preservatives. It’s got great mix-ability and can sub for vodka easily. Use sugar-free or light cranberry juice for an even healthier version of this cocktail. 
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Cherry Cocktail
Sour cherry bitters help to bring together flavors of VSOP and East India Solera in this sweet holiday cocktail. This works as a great dinner-to-dessert beverage; you can enjoy it during dinner or dessert!
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Who doesn't like peach cobbler? The addition of a little peach brandy at the end gives this version a surprise kick. Serve with some vanilla ice cream for an even more decadent dessert.
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Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble
I know most people feel this way about their grandmothers, but my grandmother made the greatest strawberry rhubarb pie in the world. She would pick the rhubarb (or as she called it in her Rhode Island accent, "rhubahhhhb") from her garden every summer, make the pie crust from scratch, and serve it piping hot out of the oven. Pie crust from scratch can be daunting — and we are often not as adept as our grandmothers — so this cobbler is an easy variation on my grandmother's classic recipe. Click here to see Cozy Winter Meals. 
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Peach Cobbler
My first peach cobbler was from a hole-in-the-wall bakery in Old Town Pasadena, a perfect prelude to shopping and a movie on a breezy summer afternoon. This recipe does its best to mimic that creation, with a bit of browned butter and toasted almonds for depth. When possible, the cobbler is best served warm, but always, always top it with a scoop of vanilla. Click here to see Cozy Comfort Food Recipes.  See all peach recipes.
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Blueberry cobbler
Cobbler is all about the fruit-to-dough ratio. You need a light, doughy top but it should never overshadow the star of the dish: fresh, delicious, baked, slightly sugared fruit. If you're worried about an expensive item like blueberries, err on the side of a smaller cobbler like this one.Click here to see A Sweet Tooth's Dream: 8 Fantastic Dessert Recipes.
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