Apple cobblers are so easy to make that you can even entice your kids to help you out and everyone will be asking for seconds!
While this timeless classic is great baked in casserole or dessert dish, we have decided to give a little twist by serving it up in individual ramekins. This touch is sure to impress your friends and turn out beautiful picture-worthy desserts every time!
In only a few short steps, you can learn how to make apple cobbler and be enjoying this delicious dessert. Eat on its own or serve with vanilla ice-cream.
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You can use one type or a mix of them. We recommend trying a combination of Gala for a touch of sweetness and granny smith for some tanginess. They both hold up well while baking.
What is the difference between apple crisp and apple cobbler?
Both apple crisp and apple cobbler are baked fruit desserts. The main difference between the two is the crispiness of their topping. Apple crisp usually has a topping made of oats, flour, butter, and sugar; sometimes nuts are also added to the mix. While an apple cobbler has a biscuit-style topping - no oats, just flour, butter, and sugar.
You can prepare the apple filling up to 3 days before baking your apple cobblers, keep in a fridge or freeze it for up to 3 months.
If you make one too many and have some leftovers, you can also freeze baked apple cobblers for up to 3 months. Simply cover them tightly with foil and plastic wrap (or put them in a freezer bag). When you feel like having one, remember that you'll need to thaw them overnight in the fridge. Then warm them in an oven that was preheated to 350°F.
After you try this homemade apple cobbler recipe you will wonder why you've never tried baking in ramekins before. These picturesque desserts will make your recipe the envy of the neighborhood!
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