Delicious Harvest Apple Cobbler


It’s Fall Y’all!

See how I did that? haha! The weather is finally below 172 degrees (okay maybe I exagerated) and we are loving it! When I think of fall, apples always come to mind! In the past my go to apple treats would be something along the lines of pie, apple crisp, apple bread.. But you guys, I have just created the ultimate, best ever, Delicious Harvest Apple Cobbler and I promise you, it will be your new fave too!

Apples Galore

If you follow along on my Instagram account, then you know that we have the best neighbors ever. I’m not being biased, it’s a plain fact.  There’s a handful of them that are always sharing veggies from their garden, meat from their work, lemons from their lemon tree, homemade goodies or just good ol fashioned cups of sugar when needed. It’s pretty wonderful. So back to my point, one of our neighbors brought over a huge bag of Granny Smith apples and my lightbulb immediately went on (insert lightbulb emoji). That’s when this Delicious Harvest Apple Cobbler was born.

*Note: In the recipe I state that you can use any apples preferred. However I do recommend Granny Smith because the tarteness balances out the sweetness just perfectly!

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and grease your chosen cobbler dish. Start by peeling, coring & slicing your apples, and then top with your brown sugar & cinnamon. Place in your prepared dish, set aside.

In a large mixing bowl, combine your flour, granulated sugar, baking powder, & salt. Whisk your eggs and add in as well. Melt your butter & once cooled, mix into your mixture. It will be a wet but thick crumbly consistency. With your fingers, crumble mixture over the top of the cinnamon, sugar coated apples.

Does that look heavenly or WHAT?!

Bake in your preheated 350 degree oven for 45-1 hour. Enjoy warm with vanilla cream!

Delicious Harvest Apple Cobbler
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Serves: 8-10
 
Instructions
  1. Start by peeling, coring, and cutting your apples into ½ inch slices
  2. Place them in a bowl, with your brown sugar & cinnamon. Toss to coat & set aside
  3. In a large bowl, mix your flour, granulated sugar, baking powder & salt
  4. Crack & whisk your eggs. Now add to your flour mixture
  5. Melt your butter & once cooled, add to your flour & egg mixture
  6. It should be a wet, course consistency
  7. In your dish of choice, spray with non stick spray then add your brown sugar & cinnamon coated apples
  8. Cover your apples with your crust mixture by crumbling it over the top
  9. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 45-1 hour
Notes
Enjoy warm with vanilla ice cream to maximize enjoyablilty!
 

Linked below are a few of my favorite kitchen tools to make this recipe! Just click to view 🙂

Apple Corer 

This is something I use weekly for coring apples for snacks salads, etc. Great price point at under $10.00!

 


Electric Peeler

Again, something I use all the time! Very convenient and user friendly!


 

3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set

I love this glass mixing set. They’re shallow enough a little nicer than the pyres bowls we all grew up to knew & love.


 

Emile Henry Ceramic Baker

This is hands dow, my very favorite baking dish!! I also own the pie dish and the loaf pan. It’s beautifully crafted and I always get a ton of compliments when I use anything from this line!

 

Same dish, different color option

 

And there ya go! Hope you enjoyed this post and please share what you think of the cobbler when ya make it!

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