Apple Cobbler is comfort food and a popular dessert! This recipe has three layers, a layer of melted butter topped with a cake batter, then the cooked apples are evenly spread on the batter and are baked until golden in color. Serve apple cobbler warm with your favorite ice cream.
Apple cobbler ingredients
The basic Apple cobbler ingredients are the same. However, some add more spices to the filling, and some keep it simple. Some apple cobblers use biscuits as a topping while in the recipe I’m sharing today I preferred to use a batter instead.
Apples: Cored and peeled, you can use any apple or mixture of apples.
Sugar: Brown or white it depends on your taste, but the brown sugar will give a pleasant caramel flavor to the filling.
Flour: I have used all-purpose flour.
Egg: One large
Unsalted butter: It is best to use unsalted butter in this recipe so you can have control over the flavor.
Baking Powder: For a light and fluffy cake layer.
Biscuits vs. Batter for cobbler
I like both versions, but I will go for the batter because it is lighter and fluffier, it goes well with ice cream, and when warmed it maintains the same fresh taste.
No matter what you want to go for, make sure not to overbeat the batter or over mix the dough for the biscuits. Overbeaten batter can ruin the whole dish; it will not rise and will turn chewy.
How to make apple cobbler
There are three steps in making apple cobbler. First, melt the butter in the oven, and you need to do this in the oven because you want the baking pan to be hot when pouring the batter in it.
The second step is making the filling, which consists of apples, sugar, and cinnamon. The third step is making the batter by mixing the flour with baking powder and salt. Beating the wet ingredients plus sugar in a different bowl and then mix both the dry ingredients with the wet.
If you like cobbler recipes, then try my Peach Cobbler, and don’t forget to let me know how you liked it!
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