The other night I was really craving cobbler and found this simple and delicious recipe. I made it in a small casserole dish (3x5) with only two Granny Smith apples and less than half the white sugar and butter; the topping was halved and it was baked in the toaster oven @ 350 degrees for about 50 minutes. I ate this with whipped cream. For those with small families, this is a very easy recipe to adjust to a smaller portion. The 3x5 dish serves 3-4 servings.
Added a couple eggs to the topping (I like everything fluffy).... THIS IS SO DARN YUMMY!!!! Thanks for posting!
Fantastic! did a skinny version using Splenda sugars (white and brown), white whole wheat flour and Smart Balance light buttter. Superb! I started with a 70/30 mix of Granny Smith with Gala apples and they baked up fantastically for a smooth taste. Thanks Sashayy!!
I did not find this was like cobbler at all. It was pretty much an Apple Crisp, NOT an Apple Cobbler. It WAS tasty but if you are looking for traditional apple cobbler this is not the recipe for you.
I made this with granny smith, as it's one of my favorite baking apples. I left the skins on, because I like the extra nutrients, but I will peel them next time I make this as I think that will improve the texture/eatability of this. I liked the topping as it adds good texture to the dessert. I increased the topping ingredients by 1/4 cup each. We ate this with vanilla ice cream. Mmmmm.... good!
The only thing I did differently was add ground nutmeg sprinkled on top of the cinnamon. I used corning ware to bake it in too. I gave you a 5 star because it was an awesome flavor and great texture. It was way runny and I am not sure why probably because I let my apples sit in water so they wouldn't turn color. Or because my apples were older? Not sure either way I will make this again. Nummy!
So good, so good. I halved the recipe and used Red Delicious apples b/c those were the only kind I had. Came out great! Not too sweet at all. Although I halved everything else, I doubled the cinnamon. Also, this did not say whether to cover while baking or not, so I baked uncovered. Next time, I will double the topping in general b/c that is the best part. Thanks for posting this keeper!
I took this to work and everyone loved it. I used half Rome apples and half Macintosh apples.
Very easy and exactly what I was looking for - a crispy sort of crust! Definitely a keeper.