Breakfast Apple Cobbler

"This recipe is adapted from Rival's website and calls for using the Crock-ette. It suggests adding cream, ice cream or whipped topping but for breakfast I prefer to add a little cream or low-fat milk over the top."
photo by PaulaG photo by PaulaG
photo by PaulaG
Ready In:
8hrs 15mins




  • Core and slice apples,.
  • place in Crockette.
  • Add the remaining ingredients; mix thoroughly; cover and cook for 8 to 10 hours.
  • Serve with toppings of your choice.

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  1. I tripled the amount of granola and doubled everything else to serve 6. I used my old trusty 1970's crock pot with a crock pot liner to make clean up easy. Turned out perfectly! Served with milk and blueberries. So easy!
  2. I made this to serve 6 and when served with yoghurt it will make a healthy breakfast. I halved the sugar and the end result is good. Very versatile too which a big plus for me so next time I will use a combination of fruits as did one of the previous reviewers.
  3. I finally broke down and bought a new crockette, since I was fairly certain my 25 year-old version was going to burn down the house at some point. Anyway, it cooks at a much higher temperature, and this was completely burned and inedible after 7 hours. I used brown sugar and everything else as called for in the recipe. I know it's not the recipe, my old standby Steel Cut Oats for the Crockpot burned as well. I'd love to try this again, but am afraid the overnight part won't work for me anymore:(
  4. I did things slightly different, but I enjoyed this. I used three apples and about 1 cup of frozen blueberries. I used regular oats instead of granola and I added about 1/2 cup each raisins and dried cranberries. The taste was really good, the appearance not so much. But that could have been because the apples I used were getting old.


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