The first person I served this for didn't like peach cobbler (unknown to me). He really enjoyed it. I just made it because it sounded yummy and I was dieting. No one will ever guess it's 'lighter' than any other cobbler. I hope you like it. Oh! and it's quick and easy.
A great combination of apples and cranberries with a crispy topping. A favorite at Thanksgiving instead of plain cranberries.
This large 9x13-inch crisp is made hearty with cooking oats mixed into its sweet crumbly topping. Underneath are all the lovely things that compliment apples -cinnamon, brown sugar and butter. Serve warm with rum raisin ice cream or a big dollop of freshly whipped cream.
Apples are baked with a crunchy oat crust on the top and bottom.
Sliced apples are layered in a baking dish, sprinkled with sugared pecans, and topped with a mixture of flour, butter, evaporated milk, sugar and baking powder. The top of the cobbler is then sprinkled with more pecans, and it 's baked until bubbly and beautiful.
A splendid concoction of cubed apples and pears, dried cranberries, a bit of flour, honey, and lemon juice is spooned into a baking pan, and then covered with a crumbly butter and nut mixture. Forty-five minutes later, the crisp is brown and beautiful.
A no-fuss, very delicious version of apple crisp, sliced apples, sugar, cinnamon and flour are stirred together and then piled into a square baking pan. Melted butter and a beaten egg, mixed with a flour, sugar and cinnamon mixture are spread over the top and the Best Apple Crisp Ever is baked in the oven until bubbly and crisp.
To make this judiciously sweet cobbler, blueberries are lightly sugared and flavored with orange juice, and then topped with a light and airy batter. And within 40 minutes, this cobbler bakes up bubbly and beautiful.
In the winter make this 9x13-inch cobbler with canned peaches, in the summer use fresh ones. But either way this cobbler is wonderful. The batter goes in the pan before the spiced peaches, and it 's all topped off with cinnamon and nutmeg. Then it 's baked for an hour.
In this down-to-earth, easy to put together cobbler, chocolate and cherries are an irresistible combination. This dessert is great served warm topped with vanilla ice cream.