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Apple Cobbler – American Cookbook

Delicious, this Apple Cobbler is an easy American dessert that you can make with a variety of fruits. Cobblers are a warm and cozy fall dessert that’s so easy to make. Cut up some apples, toss them with sugar, cinnamon, and flour, then place a hunk of dough on top. It turned out so good, I recommend topping with ice cream or whipped cream!

Table of contents

  • What is a “cobbler” dessert?
  • Best Apples for Baking
  • Other fruits available for Cobbler
  • How to Serve a Cobbler
  • storage and reheating

What is a “cobbler” dessert?

The name “Cobbler” comes from the English cobblestone street, because after the dessert is baked, it looks a bit like a cobblestone street (if the stones were pie).

While eating rocks for dessert doesn’t sound appetizing, Cobbler is actually a delicious dish with a fruit base and cake-like toppings.

Ingredients for Apple Pie

Best Apples for Baking

When you’re baking any dessert with apples, I recommend using a mix of tart and sweet apples, such as Granny Smith, Honey Crisp, Gala, Jonagold, Jonathan, and Golden Delicious. Baked apples hold their shape when cooked, so your dessert won’t have that applesauce texture.

Use baked apples in these recipes!

  • American Apple Pie
  • Apple Crisp
  • Apple Cheesecake Bars

Other fruits available for Cobbler

The Apple Cobbler is pretty traditional, but you can also try cherries, blueberries, other berries, peaches, apricots, grapes, pineapples. Honestly, you have a lot of options!

Fruits that don’t work well in the Cobbler are citrus fruits and fruits with too much liquid (for example, cantaloupe, watermelon, or passion fruit) or fruits with very little water (bananas).

Next to the plate lies a cobbler's pan

How to Serve a Cobbler

Cook the entire apple pie recipe in a large pan, or divide into individual ramekins (oven safe). They will require a similar roasting time to soften the fruit.

After baking, let cool slightly, then serve the Apple Cobbler on plates or bowls and (optional but recommended) top with ice cream or whipped cream. Gobble it up with a spoon!

storage and reheating

Cover the cooled dessert with plastic or aluminum foil and store in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Reheat in the oven covered with foil (preferred), or reheat single servings in the microwave.

Did you make your cobbler out of apples or some other fruit? Tell me on Instagram, Facebook, or leave a comment below! Thank you for trusting my recipes! 🙂

apple cobbler

Delicious, this Apple Cobbler is an easy dessert that you can make with a variety of fruits. Cobbler is a warm and inviting dessert that’s so easy to make.
plate dessert
kitchen American
Key words cinnamon, apple
Preparation time 30 minute
cooking time four five minute
total time 1 Hour fifteen minute
rations 8 part
calories 400kcal

equipment

  • rectangular mold
  • knife
  • mixing bowl

raw material

for filling

  • 5 apple peeled and chopped
  • Fifty G White sugar
  • Fifty G brown sugar
  • 3 CDA plain flour
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 2 CDA butter Chopped

for toppings

  • 225 ml milk anyone “cheese”/cheese
  • 1 piece lemon make buttermilk
  • 200 G plain flour
  • 75 G White sugar
  • teaspoon chemical yeast
  • ¼ teaspoon sodium bicarbonate
  • ¾ teaspoon Salt
  • 115 G butter cold chopped

Prepare step by step

  • Preheat oven to 190°C (375°C).Make the filling. Combine peeled and chopped apples with sugar, flour and cinnamon.

    Mix the apples with the other ingredients
  • Pour the mixture into a heatproof pot or saucepan. Spread butter cubes on top.
    Place the butter cubes on top of the apples in the mold
  • Make the topping. First, if you don’t have buttermilk, mix some milk with lemon juice and set aside.In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.

    dry ingredients in large bowl
  • Add the chopped cold butter and fold in with a dough knife, fork or your fingers until the pieces are the size of peas.
    butter cubes in dough
  • Pour in the buttermilk (or milk + lemon) and mix.Place a spoonful of batter on top of the apples in the pan, leaving space between them where the fruit can be seen.

    Put the dough on top of the apples
  • Bake for 30 minutes, then place aluminum foil over the pan to cover. Continue to bake for 15 minutes, until the fruit is tender.Serve hot, preferably with ice cream or whipped cream. 🙂

    golden cobbler in the oven

grade

Keep: Cover the cooled dessert with plastic or aluminum foil and store in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Reheat in the oven covered with foil (preferred), or reheat single servings in the microwave.

Nutrition

rationing: 1/8 | Calories: 400kcal
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