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Inspire me. Simple-to-whip-up apple cake that can be cut into bars or squares for a tea time treat. This moist and fruity cake is a great way to get kids to eat fruit, you may have trouble stopping them! Moist cake topped with a sticky, crunchy topping will keep your guests coming back for more.
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Try a twist on traditional toffee apples - sugared, spiced and very very nice! A rustic fruit crumble cake with raisins and spice and a crunchy nutty topping - a spin on a classic. T his is classic cobbler. I adapted this recipe from the one my Mother-in-law gave me from an old cookbook. I love looking through old cookbooks, they are so interesting and I love finding those hidden gems that become new again.
I put a little twist on this recipe and also made an Easy Blueberry Cobbler that is phenomenal! This is one of my favorite heirloom recipes. I have learned so much from reading old cookbooks. Back before the days of Food Network, I spent hours pouring over any cookbook I could get my hands on. I was always jotting down recipes to try and this one is a keeper! I have a little copper recipe box filled with my favorites. Do you still have a recipe box or do you just look it up online these days? Find the exact measurements and printable recipe card at the bottom of this post.
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It is so good! A basic 9 x 13 glass baking dish is my favorite for baking cobblers. They are also super handy for your favorite casseroles and the one thing I tend to forget at potlucks! My son loves this cobbler so much that he usually requests it for his birthday every year. Caramel Apple Pie Cheesecake Shooters.
I am usually too busy for complicated recipes and I really like if I have the ingredients on hand.
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I do find that this cobbler is best if you eat it the first day. Combine apples, brown sugar and cinnamon in a large bowl, set aside. Melt butter and pour into a 9 x inch baking pan. In a large mixing bowl, add flour and sugar, stir together. Add milk and vanilla and stir until smooth. Add baking powder, stirring until all combined. Pour batter over melted butter, do not stir. Pour apples evenly over batter and butter.
Once again do not stir. Bake for minutes until edges are browned and filling is bubbly. Allow to cool slightly before serving. Perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or fresh whipped cream. Join our mailing list and never miss a recipe! Join now and get my Best Soup Recipes download, free!
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Hi Sarah, I used Gala apples but use whatever you have on hand or your favorite. I hope this helps! I did not think this was nearly sweet enough, I would recommend using extra sugar if you like your cobblers sweet! I just made this and followed the recipe exactly.. Just out of the oven: It turned out okay… I was worried because the batter was super thick and sticky.
My batter was the same…. Looked nothing like the batter in the video. A little thicker than biscuit mix. Definitely could not pour it! But mine did not bake up and over the apples at all! The apples are still on top with some of them burnt. Will update later.
I follow the recipe exactly except for I slice my apples very very thin instead of in chunks just because I prefer the texture of apples that way… this recipe will always be my absolute favorite, thank you for sharing! Hi Abby, I am so glad you are enjoying the cobbler! You seriously made my day! Thanks for letting me know how much you love it. This is such an easy recipe that always turns out just right. Made this for Sunday supper…came out rather tough and rubbery when cooled…pastry did not come to cover the apples…hmmm….
Thanks for sharing this wonderful heirloom recipe! It was great! My company all commented on the aroma in the house… timing was perfect. Other than peeling and dicing apples this was so easy! I prepared the dry ingredients, set out the dish, butter, and brown sugar cinnamon mixture the day before.
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Apples were prepared just before baking. Simple simple! Delicious too.
Thanks for letting me know, you made my day. There are also pools of butter sitting in the top corners of my pan. Flavor of cake was very good — but like other comments my batter did NOT rise above the apples.