- Pecans are not only delicious in desserts, they’re high in fiber, low in sodium and a good source of B vitamins.
Cobblers, a classic American dessert, come in many different flavors and forms. Some cobblers are full of fresh fruit, like peaches or berries, and get topped with biscuits. Other cobbler recipes, like this pecan cobbler, resemble a deep-dish pie and are also filled with fruit or other sweet fillings like this pecan pie mixture. Whichever way you make your cobbler, we can all probably agree that a sweet filling paired with pastry dough is pretty hard to mess up, and always tastes delicious. You may confuse cobblers with crisps and crumbles, which is understandable since they are very similar desserts. The differentiator is the topping. You’ll often find that oats are a big part of the crisps and crumbles toppings—you won’t find that in a cobbler. Cobblers are all about the dough. The dough may be brushed with butter or sprinkled with sugar and/or cinnamon before serving, but oats are never added.
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