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Apple Cobbler

Try an old favorite--apple cobbler. Recipes include apple crumble, crisp, pandowdy and more delicious desserts.

Winning Apple Crisp

Winning Apple Crisp

Winning Apple Crisp

I live in apple country, and a delicious apple crisp is one good way to use them that doesn't take a lot of time to make. —Gertrude Bartnick, Portage, Wisconsin

Cranberry Apple Crisp

Cranberry Apple Crisp

Cranberry Apple Crisp

THIS IS a wonderful dessert for fall, when both cranberries and apples are in season. The fruits are quite compatible in flavor and color, and they help make any table look festive and inviting. A dear friend from California shared this recipe with me years ago, and it's always been a big hit whenever I've served it. -Martha Sue Stroud, Clarksville, Texas

Apple Cherry Cobbler

Apple Cherry Cobbler

Apple Cherry Cobbler

"THIS cobbler was always topped with fresh whipped cream that we skimmed from a milk pan kept cool in my uncle's pumphouse. We skimmed off that cream with a flat spoon and carried it to the kitchen to be whipped. Afterward, we could hardly wait for dessert to be served!"
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Pineapple Raisin Crisp

Pineapple Raisin Crisp

Pineapple Raisin Crisp

YEARS AGO, I found this basic recipe on the label of a can of pineapple. I adjusted it to suit our taste and made it lower in sugar. This dessert is a refreshing change from the usual apple or berry fruit crisps. It's also easy to fix for two and can be served warm or cold. -Lorraine Mix, Remer, Minnesota

Gingered Apricot-Apple Crumble

Gingered Apricot-Apple Crumble

Gingered Apricot-Apple Crumble

Meet the Cook: Hot or cold, plain or topped with ice cream, this crumble is tasty. For variety, leave out the apricots and make traditional apple crisp if you'd like. -Sylvia Rice, Didsbury, Alberta

Berry Apple Crumble

Berry Apple Crumble

Berry Apple Crumble

Meet the Cook: You can serve this crumble as a snack, and it's also great for a breakfast gathering or church supper. It is good hot...and good on the second day as well. We're the parents of six grown children and grandparents of 11. -Ginger Isham, Williston, Vermont

Macaroon Apple Cobbler

Macaroon Apple Cobbler

Macaroon Apple Cobbler

Meet the Cook: Especially when I'm just serving a dessert, I like to prepare this. I'll usually make it with fresh apples - but I've also sometimes used home-canned ones. Our sons are both grown, and my husband and I have two grandchildren. -Phyllis Hinck, Lake City, Minnesota

Applescotch Crisp

Applescotch Crisp

Applescotch Crisp

Meet the Cook: Just as soon as the first crop of apples is off the trees, I fix this crisp. Thanks to the butterscotch pudding, it's moist and sweet. It's popular at potlucks, and it's a nice snack. In fact, I'm reluctant to make it in the evening - I'm afraid someone will sneak down to the refrigerator at midnight and claim it! My husband and I have four children, ranging in age from 21 to 8. -Elaine Nicholl, Nottingham, Pennsylvania

Cherry Pineapple Crisp

Cherry Pineapple Crisp

Cherry Pineapple Crisp

I made this crisp often when our children were growing up. Now our grandchildren love it as well. It's terrific topped with ice cream. Cherries and pineapple are a tasty combination.—Annabell Jordan, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Cran-Apple Cookie Cobbler

Cran-Apple Cookie Cobbler

Cran-Apple Cookie Cobbler

For a nice change of pace from traditional cobbler, give this recipe a try. Folks enjoy the sugar cookie topping, and I love the convenience!—Renee Ryno, Spokane, Washington

Easy Apple Betty

Easy Apple Betty

Easy Apple Betty

I've been cooking since I was a young girl and am always on the lookout for easy yet delicious dishes. This recipe fits the bill.—Sharon Knelsen, Coaldale, Alberta
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