Crisps, crumbles, and cobblers are a great, easy way to showcase summer fruit. Check out these 12 recipes that we love.
'Crumbles' on Serious Eats
Fresh summer peaches with candied ginger under a crisp brown sugar crumb topping.
This cake is rich and tangy with mascarpone cheese, spiked with sweet white wine. Once baked, the berries sink into the cake and burst, becoming a built-in layer of fresh jam, while the crumble melts and crisps into a cookie-like crust that provides wonderful textural contrast. Serve it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or at room temperature with a cup of steaming coffee in the morning.
This is a great starter pie for blueberry season. The crisp, flaky crust is a perfect foil to the juicy berries, and the sweet and slightly savory oat crumble topping is easier to make than a traditional top crust.
This is a great starter pie for blueberry season. The crisp, flaky crust is a perfect foil to the juicy berries, and the sweet and slightly savory oat crumble topping is easier to make than a traditional top crust. This is a pie that works as well post BBQ as it does for breakfast.
I toss cherries with a little sugar—just enough to highlight their deep, red fruit flavor—then cover them with an extra oat-y, unsweetened crumble topping. I tell myself the crumble is reminiscent of oatmeal with fruit, but the truth is it's ten times better.
Fresh cherries are lightly sweetened and baked under lots of hearty oats. Feel free to garnish with some creamy Greek yogurt.
Baked apples may remind you of the nice old lady who lived down the street, the kind who might offer up a raisin-filled baked apple as a thank-you for raking her yard. At least that's what came to my mind, until the idea of filling them with rum and topping them with a sweet crumble came to mind