Fruit Crisps and Cobbler Recipes

Nothing is sweeter than the old-fashioned goodness of a fruit crisp or cobbler. Featuring berries, apples, and some surprising fruits (pineapple, mango, and grapefruit), you can enjoy these diabetic dessert recipes guilt-free!

Caramel Apple Crisp

For a no-bake option, simmer apples in cranberry juice with lemon peel for an easy one-skillet dessert. Sprinkle with granola and nuts to create the traditional crunch of an apple crisp.

View Recipe

Stove-Top Peach-Blackberry Crisp with Crunchy Oatmeal-Coconut Topping

Blackberries are full of vital nutrients -- just 1 cup provides half your daily value of vitamin C and 8 grams of fiber. Add sweet peaches and a crunchy base to transform this healthful fruit into a dessert masterpiece.

View Recipe

Pineapple-Cherry Cake Cobbler

This company-worthy cobbler uses a yellow cake mix for a fluffy topping that hides a medley of simmering fruit. Your guests will love this dessert, and you'll love that it has 155 calories per serving.

View Recipe

Peach-Blueberry Crisp

This is the perfect fruit dessert to make any time of year. You'll love the fresh and comforting flavor combination that features a hint of coconut -- all for fewer than 170 calories per serving.

View Recipe

Apple-Cranberry Cobbler

Cooking for two? This is a delicious portion-controlled dessert that's loaded with flavor. Antioxidant-rich cranberries and apples give your body a boost, plus they're bursting with vitamin C.

View Recipe

Cherry Cobbler with Corn Bread Biscuits

Savory corn bread tops off a sweet and tart filling featuring dark cherries and orange juice. You can enjoy this diabetes-friendly cobbler for just 156 calories and 4 grams of fat.

View Recipe

Caramel Crunch Apple Crisp

Drizzle this gorgeous apple crisp with rich, gooey caramel sauce. Using a sugar-free sauce brings the same delectable taste to the dessert, but it doesn't stray too far from a healthy eating plan.

View Recipe

Orange-Grapefruit Cobbler

Give cobbler a citrusy twist with tart grapefruit and fresh, juicy oranges. Optional whipped topping and coconut flakes garnish this fun, low-fat dessert.

View Recipe

Mixed-Berry Cobbler

Love slow cooker desserts? This easy cobbler simmers for hours and then bakes an easy muffin mix to perfection. Using frozen berries makes this deliciously sweet dessert a year-round staple.

View Recipe

Apple-Mango Crisp

Super-sweet mangoes give this potluck-worthy apple crisp tropical flair. Serve warm topped with cool low-fat frozen yogurt or whipped dessert topping.

View Recipe

Walnut Berry-Cherry Crisp

Blueberries, flaxseeds, and oats make this sweet fruit crisp a winner. Plus, you'll love the portion-controlled servings so you can enjoy this comfort dessert guilt-free.

View the Recipe

Cheddar-Walnut Apple Cobbler

The whole wheat biscuit-like topper helps soak up all the spicy, sweet juices from the baked apples and cranberries so you don't miss a delicious drop.

View the Recipe

Apple Crisp

There's nothing like this old-fashioned apple dessert to top off a home-cooked meal. This low-calorie dessert features all the flavor you crave in tradional crisps without the added calories and carbs.

View the Recipe

Raspberry Peach Crisp

A crunchy oat topping adds a little extra fiber to this sweet and tart fruit crisp that's served warm with a scoop of frozen vanilla yogurt.

View the Recipe

Very Cherry Peach Cobbler

A tender, biscuit-like topper sets off the ripe peaches and dark cherries in this winning dessert. Enjoy a 3/4-cup serving for just 142 calories and 25 grams of carb.

View the Recipe

Pear and Cherry Cobbler

Give traditional cobbler a makeover with this delicious combination of fruit and spices the whole family will love.

View the Recipe

Cherry-Apple Cobbler

Make sure the fruit filling is hot when you spoon the biscuit batter over it. That way, the bottom of the "cobbled biscuit" will be thoroughly cooked.

View the Recipe

Pear-Rhubarb Crisp

Not only do whole grain cereals increase the fiber in this low-sugar fruit crisp, they make the topping very easy to fix.

View the Recipe

Peach-Berry Cobbler

This colorful diabetes-friendly cobbler makes the perfect potluck dessert. You get all the flavor you crave in a low-calorie and low-fat recipe.

View the Recipe

Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler

The key to great peach cobbler is starting with ripe fruit. Always taste peaches to make sure they're ripe and juicy. For a little more color and flavor, add a cup of fresh blueberries, raspberries, and/or blackberries.

View the Recipe

Diabetic Living Video

Comments

Loading comments...
Special Offer!