Wednesday, September 16, 2009

What's In It? Wednesday: Apple Cobbler

This recipe is from my mom. I make this when she gives me fresh apples from their tree! But if you are not fortunate enough to have a mom with an apple tree, granny smith apples will do!

I use our (amazing!) apple peeler/corer/slicer for this dish; it saves a lot of time! This one runs about $15 and is worth EVERY PENNY! This sweet dessert is deceivingly EASY!

Here's how:

Peel and slice 6 cups of apples.

In large pot, toss apples with:

1 cup sugar
2 Tablespoons flour
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
Cook and stir over medium heat until almost tender.

Pour into 9x13 pan.

Unroll 1 refrigerated pie crust and place flat on cutting board.
Slice crust into long strips. Use the longest center strips to place over the apples length-wise.

Top apples and sliced crust with:
squares of margarine or butter
lightly sprinkled sugar
lightly sprinkled cinnamon

Bake at 400 degrees until brown (approximately 30 min.)


Our family loves to top this with vanilla ice cream, of course!
I hope you enjoy this sweet dessert! Not too much effort, and not too much time.

Peace of Christ to you,

1 comment:

  1. Looks great and sounds easy too. We have one of your apple slicers. We call it an "Apple Slinky" because it turns the apple into a long spiral like a childs toy. I will have to try to find someone with an apple tree in the autumn to become friends with!