Indulge in warm apples spiced with cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg. Served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, this is true com...
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My only real experience with desserts is I never like to miss one. This is one of the few times I've ventured to make a dessert and I was astonished with the results. I thought baking was supposed to be difficult, this was easy to make. I can tell myself with all the apples it's good for me but who am I kidding when you eat it by the cereal bowl full.
the type of honey you used should not really make a big difference in excess liquid, just flavor.
Perhaps the reason maybe you had some leftover liquid could be the water content of the apples. Also, did you let it sit for about 30 minutes after the apples came out of the oven.
This is when they soak up most of that excess liquid.
Glad to hear you like the flavors.
I made this over the weekend for my husband.
I've made apple cobbler many times but this was a new recipe for me.
The added creme made a huge difference in the flavor.
This is an amazing recipe.
SOOO incredibly easy (the hardest part seriously is peeling the apples!).
You could use more flour and omit the oats. The result will not be quite the same, but it will still be good.
I also make another crust that is oat-free, I use approximately 1 cup of sugar, to 1/2 cup butter and about 3/4's of a cup of flour.
Cream together the sugar and butter and then blend in flour. Spread this mix over top of the apples and bake as usual. This will result in a crust that is kind of like crumbled cookies.
Good luck, hope this helps! dawn
here in my hometown, only 2 kinds of apple are easy to buy in the market. red apples and the ones we call Fuji apples. i tried using the fuji since it is cheaper but doesnt produce a juicy apple taste result... maybe it also differ on the kind of apple. is the green apple better for cooking? well, next time i'll try the red one.
I just finished making this apple cobbler. It turned out so good. The clove, cinnamon, and ginger work so well together; they made the extra trip to the store really worth it. The rolled oats give the crust a great texture and a more complex flavor than just using flour. This cobbler rivals the one my sister would make years ago (Actually I think this one is even better, but don't tell her I said so). I will definitely make this again.
The recipe calls for about 13 apples so you would likely need the same amount or a bit more, depending on the size of the peaches or apricots. You could still use apple cider as the liquid though as it won't overpower the peach or apricot. Cheers!
Just wanted to let you know that baking the apples ahead of time worked out very well. I had the topping prepped in advance as well (except for the cream) and then I completed the dish and put it in the oven while we were eating the main course. I served the cobbler with cinnamon clove ice cream - it was a big hit :)