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When summer fruit is in season, it’s mandatory to use it in any and all desserts—there’s just no substitute for juicy peaches or ripe berries, covered in something warm and buttery. But while we’d never turn down a homemade pie, we’re not always in the mood for an all-day baking project. Enter the crisp (and the cobbler): the same fresh filling that would go into a pie, with a crumble (or biscuit) topping. Here are 15 of our favorites.

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Skillet Peach Cobbler Recipe

Don’t forget the scoop of vanilla ice cream.

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Mini Mason Jar Fruit Crisps

Almost too adorable to eat. (Nah, on second thought, we’ll eat ’em.)

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Blueberry Cobbler

These berries are full of vitamins and antioxidants, so this dessert by Coterie member Maria Lichty is basically a juice cleanse, right?

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10-Minute Microwavable Strawberry Cobbler for One

Because sometimes, dessert desperation strikes.

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Almond Flour Blackberry Crisp

Fruit crisps are a pinch to make gluten-free; this one uses almond flour and rolled oats.

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Apple and Blueberry Crumble

Perfect for the end of berry season and the beginning of apple season. But honestly? We’d eat it anytime. (Thanks, Coterie member Heidi Larsen for the inspo.)

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Slow-Cooker Cherry Cobbler

Set it up before you light the grill and make the coleslaw. Two hours later—voilà—the perfect cookout dessert.

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Tomato Cobbler

Turns out, cobblers aren’t only for dessert. This savory dish is a great way to showcase ripe summer tomatoes.

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Patriotic Berry Cobbler

Who needs flag cake when you can have flag cobbler by Coterie member Katie Workman?

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Simple Stuffed Peach Crumble

Instead of putting the crumble on top of the peaches, this recipe takes full peach halves and stuffs the crumble inside. The best part? It takes less than half an hour, start to finish.

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Raw Vegan Cherry Cobbler with Walnut, Date, and Chia Crumble

So healthy, you can eat this recipe by Coterie member Gena Hamshaw guilt-free for breakfast, too.

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Oat and Pecan Blueberry Crisp

We love all blueberry desserts, but the crunchy pecan topping and sweet cream-cheese drizzle really gives this one an edge.

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Peach Blackberry Skillet Cobbler

Coterie member Gaby Dalkin proves everything tastes (and looks) better in a skillet.

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Mini Strawberry Upside-Down Cornmeal Cobblers

Most cobblers are lots of fruit with a little bit of topping. This one is the complete opposite—batter lovers, rejoice.

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Blueberry Almond Crisp

Second helpings highly encouraged.

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