Easy Apple Cobbler


I’m going to scream this from the rooftops but this is an Easy Apple Cobbler …that’s also fluffy and perfectly spiced and WAY easier than any apple pie you might not have time to make. This season is all about pie, I will admit that. And of course, I have my favorite apple pie recipe that I think is a sure-fire winner. But let’s be honest, there’s not alway time for pie crust-making, rolling out, crimping, etc. This is where this Easy Apple Cobbler comes into play. I love a cobbler. But before we dive in. Let’s discuss semantics: What’s the difference between Crisp vs. Cobbler? They’re incredibly similar. Basically they’re sliced, diced or whole fruit at the base of a baking dish. Usually tossed with a thickener (either flour or corn starch or tapioca starch), sugar, lemon juice and other flavorings. And then they’re topped with something and then baked. Crisps – typically have something that makes it—yep—crisp on top. Think rolled oats, diced nuts, butter, and flour. Crisps are usually topped with a streusel like topping. Cobbler – some cobblers are topped with drop biscuits, other times they’re topped with more of a looser batter. This is obviously […]

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