Crisps, cobblers, crumbles, buckles, or grunts are all very similar desserts made with a layer of fruits cooked under a crumbly batter.
The difference between all of these can be subtle, but they share something in common.
They are absolutely delicious!
Crumbles and crisps are made with a base layer of sweet fruits such as strawberries, apples, peaches, or blackberries.
The fruits are then topped with a buttery crumbled batter sprinkled on the pan and cooked to perfection.
Making vegan crumbles and crisps can be tricky but can be easily replicated by using vegan butter with the help of oats, maple syrup, and coconut oil.
Cobblers are very similar to crisps and crumbles, but the batter layer on top of the fruits isn’t crumbled.
Instead, it’s scooped and forms small bubbles of batter that darkens on the top.