Forget the hassle of making pastry - top all sorts of fruit with a tender sweet scone mixture to create colourful and delicious fruit cobblers. We have recipes for peach, blackberry and apple, cherry, blueberry and more!
With a light scone topping, this delicious pudding is a super way to enjoy home-grown apples and hedgerow blackberries.
Cobblers are refreshingly simple to make, but this is perhaps the simplest cobbler recipe out there! Make this cobbler the next time you find yourself with a glut of blackberries, though you could try it with blueberries, raspberries or cherries. Serve with ice cream for the perfect accompaniment.
A very easy and rich chocolate cobbler, which is like a baked pudding. Wonderful with custard, cream or ice cream. If you double the ingredients, use a 20x30cm baking dish.
A quick and easy dessert to throw together when you're short of time. Tinned peaches are topped with a spongy layer and baked. Enjoy with a dusting of icing sugar, custard, whipped cream or ice cream.
Make this easy blackberry cobbler with only 5 ingredients in less than 1 hour. Now you have another excuse to go blackberry picking!
A cobbler is an old-fashioned pudding made with a light scone topping and plenty of fruit underneath. This version uses plums, but other fruit in season is good too. The scone mixture has some chopped walnuts added for a nice nutty flavour and texture, and is arranged on the fruit in strips to make an attractive lattice top.
A true cobbler recipe with a scone-like topping, made with fresh cherries, and perfect served warm with vanilla ice cream. You can use fresh cherries when in season, or frozen cherries if you have them.
This is a simple dessert made with tinned peaches. A sweet, buttery sponge-like base is topped with slices peaches and baked to perfection. Serve with custard, whipped cream or ice cream.
A warm and aromatic plum cobbler, made just a bit healthier. This healthy dessert recipe uses less sugar than most cobblers I've seen, and I also used half spelt, half plain flour. I use plums here, but other autumn fruits - apples, pears - would work a treat!
I've been experimenting with cobbler for some time and this recipe is the final result. Loved by all. Best with fresh peaches, of course!