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Apple Cobbler – A Beautiful Mess


We recently went apple picking with some friends, and I came home with a lot of apples. A lot of it was on the sour side, making it perfect for baking! This old-fashioned apple cobbler recipe couldn’t be easier and it’s so delicious! The apples are soft and cinnamon with a soft spongy cake top. This cobbler is not overly sweet, so it’s perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or a good dollop of whipped cream.

Although I love crunchy, tart apples (like Granny Smith), in this apple cobbler, you can definitely use any apples you have on hand.

Related: Next, try apple pie bars, apple pies, homemade caramel apples, homemade apple pudding, or this no-bake caramel apple cheesecake.

ingredients

  • apples
  • Brown sugar
  • cinnamon
  • ghee
  • White granulated sugar
  • Vanilla extract
  • egg
  • Milk
  • Flour for all uses
  • baking powder
  • salt

I highly recommend vanilla ice cream or whipped cream to go with it as it is not an overly sweet cobbler. You can also add a little caramel sauce to your ice cream if you’re feeling in the mood for caramel apples.

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Peel the apples and cut them into thin pieces. Place in a 9×11 baking pan and add the brown sugar and cinnamon.

In a large mixing bowl, mix the butter with the granulated white sugar. Then add the eggs, vanilla, and milk until the ingredients are mixed.

In a smaller bowl, mix the flour with the baking powder and salt. Stir the dry ingredients into the bowl of the wet ingredients until the mixture forms (similar to the consistency of cake batter).

Place the mixture over the apples and use the bottom of a spoon to spread the mixture into an even layer.

Bake in the oven at 350°F (177°C) for 40 minutes, covering with aluminum foil for the first half. The edges should start to brown when finished.

Tips for making

  • I used 9 small/medium apples for this recipe. But if store-bought apples, they will likely be larger and you may only need about 6. The best way I’ve found to measure this is to add the apples (whole) to the baking dish and when you can’t add them more easily you have enough.
  • You can add a little caramel sauce to the apples before placing the mixture on top.
  • You can combine pears with apples in this cobbler recipe to get similar results.

Frequently asked questions

How is apple cobbler different from apple crisp?

Crispy has a crunchy topping, usually made from oats. While the layer of a cobbler can vary from a cake-like layer to a sweet, biscuit-like layer.

Which apples are best for baking?

All types of apples can work well in baking, but varieties that are crunchier and more tart than sweet tend to hold up well to longer cooking times as well as adding depth of flavor when added to sugar. Granny Smith is often considered one of the best apples for baking.

Should I peel apples before baking?

no. It is not necessary to peel the apples before adding them to the cobbler or pie, but rather it is a preference. I prefer to peel the apples before baking because I think they are easier to cut with a fork.

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directions

  • Peel the apples and cut them into thin pieces. Place in a 9×11 baking pan and add the brown sugar and cinnamon.

  • In a large mixing bowl, mix the butter with the granulated white sugar.

  • Then add the eggs, vanilla, and milk until the ingredients are mixed.

  • In a smaller bowl, mix the flour with the baking powder and salt.

  • Stir the dry ingredients into the bowl of the wet ingredients until the mixture forms (similar to the consistency of cake batter).

  • Place the mixture over the apples and use the bottom of a spoon to spread the mixture into an even layer.

  • Bake in the oven at 350°F (177°C) for 40 minutes, covering with aluminum foil for the first half. The edges should start to brown when finished.

Notes

I used 9 small/medium apples for this recipe. But if the apples are store-bought, they will likely be larger and you may only need about 6. The best way I’ve found to measure this is to add the apples (whole) to the baking dish and when you can’t easily add more you have enough.
I highly recommend serving with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream as this cobbler is not overly sweet.
You can add a little caramel sauce to the apples before placing the mixture on top.
You can combine pears with apples in this cobbler recipe to get similar results.

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Nutritional facts

Apple cobbler

Amount per service

% daily value*

*Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Note: Nutrition is automatically calculated using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where appropriate, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.



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