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This isn’t a crisp, a crumble, a buckle, or one of those other wannabes. This tried and true recipe from Annalise is what a true cobbler should be, with spoonfuls of tender buttermilk dough “cobbled” on top of the best end-of-summer fruit you can get your hands on. Sarah, Recipe Hunter

Sarah Lim, NoshOnIt Recipe Hunter


Ultimate Summer Fruit Cobbler

The last cobbler recipe you’ll ever need

When we’re looking for desserts to add to our lifelong repertoire, we like to find recipes that are flexible, allowing us to adapt and change them based on the what we have, what we love, or what we’re craving. This recipe is aptly named a Summer Fruit Cobbler (not a berry or peach cobbler) because Annalise empowers us with the flexibility to use the best fruit we can get our hands on. As long as the total amount stays the same, you can use any combination of fruit that you like. For the topping, Annalise dollops spoonfuls of her thick buttermilk batter onto the fruit filling, staying true to the idea that once baked, the imperfectly distributed topping looks just like a rustic cobblestone street, covering some (but not all) of the fruit. Served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, this cobbler recipe may just be the last one you’ll ever need.


Annalise Sandberg from Completely Delicious

I believe that life is better with butter and sugar. Baking is my joy, not just a hobby but a part of who I am. I am almost completely self-taught and I am still learning. My goal is to inspire others to get out of their comfort zone and bake.

If you have a sweet tooth, Annalise may become your new best friend. After a short stint in culinary school, her constant quest for learning has led her to become a self-taught baker extraordinaire and, lucky for us, she shares her vast collection of recipes, tips, and techniques on her aptly-named blog, Completely Delicious. From pies and tarts to biscuits, cakes, cookies, and scones, you’ll find recipes for delicious, homemade, and indulgent baked goods to satisfy just about any craving you have. And, her Baking Tools and Baking Essentials are excellent resources to get the novice baker well-equipped and well-informed to create magic in the oven.

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