Forking Difference Between Cobbler, Crumble and Crisp

Southern Inspired Blueberry Cobbler

Southern Inspired Blueberry Cobbler

All the dishes Cobbler, Crumble and Crisp are all similar but there are some differences.

Cobbler is a dish consisting of fruit or savory filling poured into a large baking dish covered with batter, biscuit or dumpling before being baked.

The Crumble might be known as a Brown Betty and is of British Origin. It can be sweet or savory. The Crumble is CRUMBLY and is a mixture of usually butter, flour and sugar. Savory crumbles are made with cheese. Just think about crumb tops.

A Crisp really is a crumble but is usually made with oats and some sort of nuts.

A lesser known dessert that is related is a Pandowdy that is a deep dish spiced apple dessert covered with a rich crust.

That is the Forking Difference between a Cobbler, a crumble and a Crisp.

The Forking Truth

The Forking Truth

References

www.TheKitchen.com

www.Wikipedia.com

www.Merrian-Webster.com

 

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