14 Sweet and Savory Cobbler Recipes to Make Pronto
Alright, we’re torn. It’s hard for us to choose whether biscuits are better used as bread for breakfast sandwiches or as a topper for cobblers. How about you be the judge and take a gander at these 14 crave-worthy cobblers that go beyond just the usual peach filling. Featuring casseroles both sweet and savory, these flavorful fruit- and veggie-packed creations can be enjoyed from breakfast to dinner to dessert.
1. Strawberry Rhubarb Bourbon Cobbler With Ginger Oat Scones: Between the excellent balance of flavors and textures, plus a twice-baked rhubarb and strawberry filling, you can just tell a ton of thought went into this cobbler. The aromas that fill your kitchen and the first bite will certainly prove that to be the case. (via The Bojon Gourmet)
2. Cherry Tomato Cobbler With Cornmeal Cheddar Chive Biscuits: Roasted tomatoes and caramelized onions form a wonderful savory base for these corny (in the best way!) and super cheesy buttermilk biscuits. (via Lea and Jay)
3. Peach Cobbler: There’s nothing quite like a classic peach cobbler to perfectly capture the essence of summer in baked good form. Looking for something a little less traditional when the season rolls around again? Try this crisp. (via Pics and Pastries)
5. Pumpkin Pie Cobbler: Basically the turducken of the dessert world, this incredible creation combines pumpkin pie and cobbler all in an edible pumpkin “crust.” You’re bound to turn some heads at your Thanksgiving feast with this bad boy. (via Brit + Co)
6. Chicken Cobbler: Who needs crust? This pot-pie-esque chicken casserole certainly doesn’t. Topped with tasty cheddar and Parm biscuits, this creamy cobbler is the perfect comfort food. (via Spicy Southern Kitchen)
7. Apple Snickerdoodle Cobbler: Using refrigerated sugar cookie dough gets this dessert loaded with fall flavor in the oven fast. We’re talking 20 minutes or less. With that much time to spare, you can whip up some of your very own homemade ice cream. (via Pillsbury)
8. Mushroom Cobbler: Underneath herbed cheese scones you’ll find a rich combo of assorted wild mushrooms, garlic and bacon in a well-seasoned homemade cheese sauce. Talk about a terrific way to warm up on a chilly autumn or winter night. (via My Kitchen Antics)
9. Blueberry Cobbler: A helping of oats and plain yogurt add a healthy edge to the biscuit topping on this cobbler. Wanna go really wild? Replace the usual ice cream accompaniment with a dollop of sour cream instead. (via Gobo Root)
10. Blackberry Cobbler With Maple Whipped Cream: The fact that this cobbler is made totally from scratch with just five ingredients isn’t the only thing that makes it unique: It’s also upside down. (via Pancake Ninja)
11. Sangria Cobbler: Plums, cherries, apples and citrus zest transform Two Buck Chuck into an oh-so-good, sangria-inspired cobbler. Got any wine left over? Just add a few ingredients to create a fab wine-enriched dinnertime feast. (via The Foodie Bride)
12. Collard Cobbler With Cornmeal Biscuits: Featuring spicy andouille sausage-boosted greens plus cornmeal-buttermilk biscuits, it’s hard to resist going back for seconds of this Southern-inspired casserole. (via Casa Yellow)
13. Chai-Spiced Elderberry Cobbler (Vegan, Gluten-Free): Click on over to learn a little bit about foraging for the elusive elderberry. Hunting and gathering not your thing? Feel free to swap ’em out with some more readily available huckleberries. (via Sweet Roots)
14. Sausage and Red Pepper Polenta Cobbler: Keep this cast iron skillet recipe on the back burner. It’s a hearty, one-pot meal loaded with veggies and ready in minutes. We’re just gonna call it a winner, winner, winter dinner. (via Within the Kitchen)
So, breakfast sandwiches or cobblers — where do you think biscuits shine better? What’s your favorite type of cobbler to make or eat? Share with us in the comments below!
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