9 Reviews

Wonderful dessert. I typically make apple crisp for dessert when we have company. This time I wanted to bake something different so I decided to try this. Love how the topping sinks to the bottom and makes a crust. Easily converted this to gluten free just as written using my favorite GF flour mix. Will definitely make this again - might try using pecans next time since we like them better than walnuts.

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LARavenscroft April 07, 2013

Forgot the walnuts on top - and still fantastic... Added about three handfuls of cranberries - GREAT! Great for a holiday dessert or anytime! I was eating it out of the pan. Would be great served with c**l w**p, too.

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luvbeingamom April 16, 2009

Good but a bit much batter for the amount of apples. I will up the apples by about half next time. Good, just needs a bit of tweaking.

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Captain's Lady June 03, 2008

Delicious and easy to make! Ran out of nuts for the top and yet, it was still fabulous!

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quikgourmet December 10, 2007

Hubby really loved this! Would be great with vanilla ice cream. I'll definitely make this again.

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vietnamgrl January 18, 2007

Delicious!! We loved this quick and easy dessert. The added crunch of the walnuts really made this cobbler special. I baked this in a 7"x11" baking dish and it turned out perfect. It is wonderful served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Thank you for sharing this simple, delicious recipe...it is a keeper!

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Bayhill January 02, 2007

After eating a wonderful apple-pecan cobbler in a restaurant, I was hoping to replicate it with this recipe. It actually came pretty close but I'll keep tweaking until I get it.<br/><br/>I used toasted pecans instead of walnuts and made a cinnamon-pecan syrup to serve with the cobbler. I didn't think there were enough apples, so I added more, probably about 1-1/2 to 1-3/4 the amount called for in the recipe. I used a combination of golden delicious (for texture and flavor), granny smith (flavor) and fuji (flavor and texture).

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Jane/NM November 05, 2014

I only gave 4 stars because I felt it was WAY too sweet. Next time I'll cut the sugar in half. I failed to put the walnuts on top, but felt there were plenty of nuts without them. The cake-like topping was just what I wanted and perfect for the amount of apples (at least I felt that way.) I'm keeping this recipe, but cutting the sugar quantity.

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Cook In Southwest November 26, 2013

This was rather good! My top layer did not sink to the bottom but it was still delicious. I added a little coconut to the sugar/walnut/cinnamon mix and added in a few pears to the apple mix. The only thing I might do different next time is add a little cinnamon and sugar to the walnut mix on top for that extra bit of special. I will be making this again!!

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Sameyeam84 October 20, 2013
Apple-Walnut Cobbler