Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Plenty of Apples...Not Plenty of time

Apple Pie without the hassle!

This weekend I was all about making an easy and delicious apple pie. I had a bag full of Macoun apples in the fridge that I have been eating daily with yogurt. But there was no way I was going to eat them all before they started to go bad.

I wanted to make a traditional apple pie with a crust, but I had limited time and I was getting tired, since it seems like all I did the entire weekend was cook.
So I decided to make an Apple Cobbler and I was not at all disappointed with the end result.
In fact, I was very pleased!


Easy Apple Cobbler


Ingredients

8-10 peeled and sliced Apples (I used Macoun)
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1/4 cup sugar
1 heaping teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon apple pie spice
2 tablespoons tapioka

Topping
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/3 cup sugar
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
5 tablespoons butter or margarine (softened)
1 large egg and 1 egg white (beaten)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Preheat oven to 4oo degrees.

In a very large bowl, mix the apples and lemon juice. Add the sugar, cinnamon, apple pie spice and tapioka. Set aside for about 10 minutes.

To prepare topping, mix together flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, butter and eggs.
Grease a pie plate with butter or margarine and fill with the apple mixture. Spoon topping over fruit.

Bake cobbler until topping is lightly golden and apple mixture is bubbling, about 35-45 minutes. Transfer pie to a wire rack to cool slightly. Serve warm.

Have you ever made a cobbler?

8 comments:

Jen said...

No I Have Not.
Nor Will I Ever.


But your was really good.
A+

wheresmymind said...

I haven't, but my wife does all the time :D

Claire said...

I haven't ever made one with a crust topping but we have a really good blueberry pineapple one that my brother has requested for Thanksgiving. When he actually requests something, you better make it...so look for the recipe in November/December! It's SOOO good and easy!

Brilynn said...

I've made a cobbler, but more frequently make apple crispt with oats and butter and brown sugar and cinnamon.

Emma said...

I'm willing to admit that I might be the world's worst baker ever. Try as I may, my pies always look flat and my cookies always burn.

doodles said...

yes I have and I have made a cobbler with those wonderful Macoun apples. We lived in CT for a bit and to be honest the Macoun apples were my favorite thing about living there. I miss them a lot.

funwithyourfood said...

I've made peach cobbler but since apples are in season i should give apple cobbler a whirl

teddy

Heather said...

I have never made a cobble, but this looks like a good way to use some more of the apples I bought this weekend.
I just posted another great apple recipe if you are interested.