Raspberry Cobbler Crumb Crispies

Another member of the crumb crispy family is here with you today, and it very well could be my FAVORITE version :) Seriously… this recipe is like raspberry cobbler dessert pizza and it is incredible!

Cobbler has always been one of my favorite treats. Something about fruit and the cumber topping just work together perfectly.

If you love raspberries, if you love crumb topping and if you love dessert pizza, then this is a MUST MAKE recipe for you! Whether you are making this for breakfast, an after school treat or as a tasty treat- it will leave smiles on every single face that tries it. Good luck stopping at one serving! I know I couldn’t :)

Raspberry Cobbler Crumb Crispies from chef-in-training.com... These are seriously AMAZING! Everything you love about raspberry cobbler transformed into a delicious dessert pizza with a buttercream glaze.

Today is round two of our Back to School week inspired by Pillsbury products. Be sure and check out these other great breakfast and snack ideas as well!

Back to School Breakfasts and Snacks with Pillsbury

 But lets bring it back to todays recipe. This is one recipe you are NOT going to want to overlook! 

Raspberry Cobbler Crumb Crispies from chef-in-training.com... These are seriously AMAZING! Everything you love about raspberry cobbler transformed into a delicious dessert pizza with a buttercream glaze.

Raspberry Cobbler Crumb Crispies

Raspberry Cobbler Crumb Crispies from chef-in-training.com... These are seriously AMAZING! Everything you love about raspberry cobbler transformed into a delicious dessert pizza with a buttercream glaze.

By Chef in Training Published: August 21, 2013

  • Yield: 8 Servings
  • Prep: 8 mins
  • Cook: 10 mins
  • Ready In: 18 mins

These are seriously AMAZING! Everything you love about raspberry cobbler transformed into a delicious dessert pizza with a buttercream glaze.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F
  2. Cut in butter to sugars, cinnamon, salt and flour to form crumbs.
  3. On an ungreased cookie sheet, separate crescent roll dough into 8 triangles.
  4. Spread 2-3 tablespoons of Raspberry pie filling over the tops of crescent rolls.
  5. Sprinkle crumb topping on top.
  6. Bake at 400 degrees F for 8-12 minutes.
  7. After they were cooked and cooled, I cut them into smaller triangles but you can leave them big too!
  8. To make glaze: Blend together all the glaze ingredients and drizzle over Raspberry Cobbler Crumb Crispies.

 Enjoy!

Raspberry Cobbler Crumb Crispies from chef-in-training.com... These are seriously AMAZING! Everything you love about raspberry cobbler transformed into a delicious dessert pizza with a buttercream glaze.

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If you make this recipe, snap a photo and hashtag it #chefintraining and/or #chefintrainingblog. I would love to see how these recipes take shape in your kitchens.

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  1. Tieghan

    I am loving back to school week! So many awesome recipes! These crispies included! I love anything raspberry and these look awesome!

  2. aimee @ like mother like daughter

    YUMMM! I recently had raspberry dessert pizza from pizza pie cafe and fell in love. I can't wait to try this and have the same taste at home!

  3. Liz

    Nice recipe. Thank you.

  4. Archie

    Nope - these did not turn out at all like the picture shows. Followed the directions (not hard) but the Pillsbury Crescent Rolls were flat, burnt around the edges and raw in the middle and the raspberry topping was a mess. Disappointed!

  5. Veronica

    Made half with homemade raspberry jam (no sweetener added) and half with apple pie filling (apple slices cut into small chunks). Hubby liked the apple better; son liked the raspberry better. Only needed half of the crumb topping and half of the glaze.. Cooked for 9 minutes, 10 minute have been fine too. Thanks for the idea.