Quick Apple Cobbler
This is a very easy recipe made with simple basics you usually have around the house. Perfect with after-dinner coffee or office pot-lucks. My sons also like to top it with whipped cream or ice cream. Change it up a bit by substituting a can of cherries or sliced peaches for a different variety of cobbler.
Mountain Apple Cobbler
A surprising ingredient is used in making this classic Southern dessert. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Apple Pecan Cobbler
This is an excellent cobbler to make in the fall when the weather starts to turn cooler.
Apple Cobbler Crisp
Not really sure what to call this. It's a cross between an apple crisp and an apple cobbler. I cut out a lot of ingredients in an attempt to make it healthier.
Fresh Fruit Cobbler
Never use more than 1 quart of fruit. Only use fresh fruit for this recipe. Any variation will work! I usually do use sweetened peaches and lightly sugared berries, but this is optional. Serve warm with cream, ice cream, or whipped cream.
This apple cobbler is a delicious, easy dish to take to your next potluck! Use your favorite apples or pie filling.
Warm Apple Cinnamon Cobbler
This warm apple cobbler is topped with an easy biscuit recipe. Preparation time is 20 minutes. This recipe is from The WEBB Cooks, articles and recipes by Robyn Webb, courtesy of the American Diabetes Association.
This blueberry buckle recipe comes from my grandmother, but we added the apples and it makes this dessert absolutely amazing!
Emi's Apple Brown Betty
This is a family treat that's been passed down for generations. The recipe was sometimes tripled because it had to be shared among a family of eight. This can be served with ice cream! It tastes best served hot.
Jan's Apple Cobbler
Tart, firm apples bake to juicy tenderness under a delicious topping, which is a cross between cake and biscuit. This goes really nicely with a custard sauce such as Bird's Custard®.
This recipe was inspired by camping trips I used to take with my family when I was younger. Originally, this cobbler was made using huckleberries, and baked over a campfire; but since I no longer live in an area where I can get huckleberries and don't have a constant campfire going, I substituted frozen wild blueberries and baked it in the oven instead. I also use a homemade apple beer in the batter, but use whatever hard cider or fruity beer you like.