Crumble, Crisp, and Cobbler Recipes
These simple desserts offer the comfort of fruit pies but without the work of making a piecrust. Cobblers have a softer biscuit-like
topping and texture, while crumbles and crisps have a crunchy, buttery, streusel-like topping that provides a contrast to
the soft fruit in the filling.
First up, apples are combined with maple syrup instead of sugar in this fruit crisp to impart sweet, but not too sweet, distinctive flavor. Add a small scoop of low-fat vanilla ice cream to this crisp when it's warm from the oven.
View Recipe: Maple-Walnut Apple Crisp