Crumblers vs. Cobblers

While both desserts feature baked fruit fillings, Cobblers traditionally have a biscuit-like topping, while Crumblers have a crumbly streusel-like topping made from a mixture of flour, butter, and sugar.

Crumble vs. Crisp

While often used interchangeably, there's a difference between a crumble and a crisp. A crumble has a streusel-like topping, while a crisp uses oats and nuts.

Cobbler's Day

National Cobbler's Day is celebrated on May 17th in the United States to honor this beloved dessert.

Healthier Crumbles

With some tweaks, you can make healthier versions of crumbles by using whole grain flours and natural sweeteners.

Cobbler Variations Around the World

Different countries have their own versions of cobblers, such as the French "clafoutis" and the British "Eton mess."

Famous Crumbler Fans

Many celebrities have expressed their love for crumbles, including Taylor Swift, who even baked one for a fan's birthday.

Cobbler and Crumble Pairings

The perfect accompaniments to cobblers and crumbles include ice cream, whipped cream, or a dash of cinnamon.