The 5 Best Boozy Cobblers + Crisps
These dishes might look like the innocent fruit favorites, but beneath their bubbling crusts lies some seriously strong liquor.
Photo By: Srael Boruchin
Sour Mash Blackberry Cobbler
Eight cups of fresh blackberries are reduced down to a syrupy, similar-to-preserves texture with the help of some sugar and a plentiful pour of bourbon.
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It is widely known that rum and pineapple have delicious cocktail chemistry. Well, they're back in this crunchy, almond-topped crisp (and it may just be the dynamic duo's best collaboration yet).
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Rafter TS Peach Cobbler
This recipe hails from Rafter TS, a chuck-wagon catering company that celebrates cooking methods employed in the American Old West. And much like the daring men who pioneered westward, this dessert has some sass (in the form of cayenne and a splash of rye whiskey) and is topped off with a shortening crust.
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Louie and Pete's Peach Crisp
For an extra punch of peach flavor in your buttery, oat-topped crisp, toss the fruit in a splash of peach schnapps.
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Bourbon Peach Cobbler
Tyler Florence amps up the flavor in this classic cobbler by adding bourbon to his cinnamon-spiced peach filling. The alcohol gets baked off, but it's so good, you might just get a little lightheaded.
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