The other way I make cobblers is by tossing some fruit in a bit of lemon juice and sugar and adding it to the bottom of the bowl and topping it off with a delicious streusel. It’s kind of like a cobbler and a crisp wrapped up in one, and it’s always ridiculously tasty.
The topping I almost always use is a combination of flour, brown sugar, butter and oatmeal. From there I like to see what kind of fruit I’m using and then see if there is some sort of nut that would go great in there as well. For this apple cobbler crisp recipe I thought it would be great to use some pecans in the streusel. Since my other skillet is in the shape of Illinois, where I live, I figured apples would be great since golden apples are grown here.
Once you top off the apples with the streusel you simply bake it!