Hello everyone!! Danielle from AllFreeCasseroleRecipes.com here. Summer is officially upon us and I could not be more excited. I love the summer because of all of the fresh fruit that’s available. I love being able to make large fruit salads for lunch and dessert. The raspberry bush in my backyard provides me with sweet raspberries all summer long. In fact, I pick so many off of the bush that I barely have any room for them in my kitchen or refrigerator. Lucky for you and me, summertime also means that it’s the perfect time to make some sweet and scrumptious fruit cobbler recipes. What better way to use fresh fruit than to whip up a few fruit cobblers?
Like casserole recipes, fruit cobbler recipes tell you to basically put all of your ingredients into one dish and pop it into the oven. Therefore, cobblers are kind of like dessert casseroles (although I prefer the name “cobbler” to “dessert casserole,” don’t you?). No matter what you call them, they are perfect for summer nights and get-togethers (like the 4th of July!).
Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, peaches, cherries… The list of summer fruit that can be made into cobblers is practically endless. Each fruit has its own distinct taste so it’s important to find recipes that really cater to the fruits themselves. General cobbler recipes that tell you that you can use any fruit you’d like are not even close to being the best fruit cobbler recipes. So how are you supposed to find the best cobbler recipes mankind has ever tasted? AllFreeCasseroleRecipes.com can help.
This is THE perfect fruit cobbler recipe for summer. You can throw all of the ingredients into your slow cooker and walk away for a while. Better yet, using the crock pot won’t force your A/C to work overtime like your oven would.
If you’ve ever tasted the heavenliness that is a Georgia peach, you already know that this fruit cobbler is to die for. The cookie-like dough (YES. YOU READ THAT RIGHT.) makes this treat even sweeter.
You’ve heard the saying “Everything’s Bigger in Texas,” right? This cobbler is so incredibly flavorful that it more than deserves to be associated with the great state of Texas. The dough for this particular cobbler is also different from traditional fruit cobbler recipes in that it is buttery.
If you’re feeling a little guilty about indulging yourself a little too much with those last few fruit cobbler recipes, then perhaps give this one a go. It’s great because it will more than satisfy your sweet tooth but won’t weigh you down and inhibit you from enjoying the beautiful summer weather.
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What are some of your favorite summer fruit cobbler recipes?