Friday, March 5, 2021

Easy Apple Cobbler Recipe & Review

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One of my favorite desserts is a fresh baked cobbler.  Fortunately for me, my mother taught me how to make a very easy cobbler when I was a child. 

Over the years, I have made several types of fruit cobbler.  Peach cobbler is my personal favorite (you will find my peach cobbler recipe by clicking here), but my husband's favorite is an apple cobbler.

When my mother-in-law sent us a huge box of apples for Christmas, one of the first things I made was an apple cobbler.  Between my husband and son, that apple cobbler disappeared almost before I remembered to take pictures.

This is a very easy and delicious cobbler recipe.  You can use just about any fruit with the basic batter recipe. 

 


 

Apple Cobbler Recipe

Prep Time Cook Time Ready In Yields
20 min. 55 min. 75 min. 12-16 servings

cobbler recipe

Ingredients 

  • 2 cups of sugar
  • 2 cups milk
  • 2 cups self-rising flour
  • 8 Tablespoons butter, melted 
  • 5 or 6 Honeycrisp Apples - pealed & sliced (each apple should be sliced into 16 pieces)   

 

Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350° 
  2. Melt butter in an 9" x 13" baking pan 
  3. In a separate bowl, combine the sugar, milk, and flour. Stir to batter consistency
  4. Pour batter mixture over the melted butter (do not stir) 
  5. Add Apples in a single layer, spread evenly in the batter (do not stir - push apples slices down to make sure they get covered with batter. They will pop back up, but they need batter on top)
  6. Bake for 55 - 65 min. until golden brown (varies due to pan & oven)
 

Note:  You can half this recipe and cook it in an 8" pan for 45 min.  This is a great way to use only 3 apples!



Or, Try a Different Fruit Cobbler!

Easy Blackberry Cobbler RecipeEasy Blackberry Cobbler RecipeQuick and Easy Peach Cobbler RecipeQuick and Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe

 

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Easy Apple Cobbler Recipe Written by:
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8 comments:

  1. Oh, how wonderful this looks. Out of all of the recipes that I have from my mother, grandmother, and aunts I can't find a cobbler recipe. Given that, a cobbler is something I've never tried. I have have a bag of blueberries left in the freezer, and now that I have a good recipe I'll be making a blueberry cobbler this weekend. Thanks for the recipe Cynthia, I just love family tried and true recipes.

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  2. I LOVE apple cobbler and have never actually made it myself (depended on other family members to supply this delicious dessert). But after reading your yummy recipe, I will just have to make it. Served warm with vanilla ice cream melting on top -- oh YUM!

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  3. I adore fruit cobbler! I learned to make it when I was a girl, and before I switched to a low carb way of eating, it was one of my and my husband’s favorite desserts. Peach cobbler has always been my favorite, too, but apple and blueberry are also quite wonderful. Warm fruit cobbler topped with cold ice cream is one of those favorite “comfort foods.” Thanks so much for sharing your family recipe for this delicious dessert!

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  4. I love any apple dessert and this one really does sound easy. I'm all for easy in baking!! Thanks for the recipe.

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  5. This sounds wonderful. Not a good time to be on a diet, but that being said, I could still make this for my other half. He would love it I'm sure! Baked apples in lots of forms happens to be one of his favorites. This sounds really easy and so good. Oh, I need to go shopping for some apples! NOW!

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  6. Cobbler is such a favorite dessert of mine (especially peach or cherry cobbler). Your recipe will be used. Thank you!

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  7. This looks and sounds delicious! I love all fruit so whether it is apple, peach or blackberry I would love this cobbler dessert.Your recipe is clear and easy to follow and I think many people will love this for a gorgeous dessert. Thank you!

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  8. Cynthia, I just read this recipe to Jesse, and he may tackle this one as well. He loves to cook and bake. What a nice easy recipe for apple cobbler as well. Thank you for sharing this one. What I like about ReviewThisReviews, is when I need a recipe, nine times out of ten someone here has posted one similar or exact to my needs - I just search in the search bar. So many personal, excellent reviews here.

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