Apple Cobbler

"Love those great apple recipes!"
photo by Elly in Canada photo by Elly in Canada
photo by Elly in Canada
photo by Elly in Canada photo by Elly in Canada
Ready In:




  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Mix apples, sugar, spice and lemon together.
  • Heat through (either in the microwave or in a sauce pan) until bubbly.
  • Stir often.
  • Cobblers mixture:

  • Sift all dry ingredients.
  • Cut in butter until mixture resembles course crumbs.
  • Mix milk and beaten egg.
  • Add all at once to dry ingredients.
  • Stir just to moisten.
  • Drop spoonsful of cobbler topping over hot sweetened fruit mixture.
  • Bake for 20 minutes or until crust is browned.
  • Serve warm with vanilla ice cream or heavy cream.

Questions & Replies

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  1. rpeacemaker2
    What size baking dish do you use?


  1. Bev I Am
    I loved this recipe, Barbara! The combination of the apples and lemon was wonderful! I added just 1/4 more sugar to the apple mixture and that was the only change I made. Delicious and perfect for a beatiful Autumn day! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!
  2. cherrycola
    These are fantastic. I like to make small single servings, so I used my muffin pans ( I doubled the recipe). I lined my pans with foil cupcake wrappers. I omitted the lemons due to allergies. I also doubled the sugar and cinnamon to make more sauce. This made 24 wonderful single serve dessert cups! These can be frozen individually and popped in the oven to reheat, taste the same as the day they were made Thanks for a wonderful recipe!!!
  3. Richard-NYC
    I was apple picking with my friend Fran when she suggested we end the day making cobbler. I love Fran, but her cobbler recipe is another story. I offered to bake at my house knowing I could pop into Zaar and find a better recipe. Barbara, as fate would have it, your recipe popped up first and I quickly printed it. The cobbler not only looked amazing, but tasted twice as good! Thanks for posting!
  4. Bunniegirl
    A very delicious recipe for fall day! I decreased the sugar in the apple mix to 2 Tbsp. cause the apples I used were sweet. I did not have a lemon on hand so I used 2 Tbsp lemon juice. I also increased the cinnamon to 1 teasp. and added half a teasp. to the cobbler mix as well. The cobbler turned out perfect, thanks for sharing this recipe!
  5. tlapp
    Excellent recipe, I am enjoying the last of the fresh apples this fall. I made one variation and that was to add a bit of freshly ground ginger in with the apples. Just a personal preference for a hint of ginger.


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