The Best Apple Cobbler Recipe

Yes I am aware the recipe says peach…BUT its fall and were using APPLES! Peaches are just as delicious but for today I am going to cook up some Apple cinnamon goodness!

This recipe has been something I have grown up eating and it is seriously SO SO good! I don’t want to ramble too much about it, so I will keep it short and sweet! This cobbler is one of the best things you will ever eat. I promise you that. I don’t want to keep you waiting to let’s jump into how to make this delicious dessert. 

Here are the Ingredients:

Fruit Mixture:

  • 6-7 Large Apples peeled, cored, and sliced thin or into small pieces (larger if you like firm apple pieces but I prefer them soft and gooey!)
    • Or a Bag of Frozen Peaches 
  • 1 Cup Of Sugar 

Batter Mixture:

  • 1 Stick of Butter or Margarine (melted) See Instructions
  • 1 Cup of Self-Rising Flour (IT HAS TO BE SELF RISING or it wont turn out right)
  • 1 Cup of Sugar
  • 1 Cup of Milk
  • Cinnamon if you are  making Apple Cobbler 


  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
  1. Peel, Core and cut up your apples to desired size.

I use an apple corer and slicer and usually cut the slices down a little smaller so they will cook faster and get fork tender or to your desired texture! 

  1. After you core and cut them into slices you will want to put them into a large saucepan over low to medium heat and add 1 cup of sugar.
  1. Reduce your apples with the sugar until they are at desired tenderness, I usually like them to get a little softer than fork tender. 
  1. While your apples are cooking, put a stick of butter in a large ramekin or any cake pan with deep sides to allow it to melt for your batter mixture. (You can also melt it in the microwave but this saves you some time, AND  you don’t have to dirty another dish)
  1. When your apples are close to being done cooking and reducing down, you can start on your batter mixture. In a large bowl combine you milk, sugar and flour. Mix until the mixture is smooth (there may new a few small lumps with it should be pretty thin and runny)
  1. Once your butter is melted add the mixture to the butter in your ramekin and cake pan (DO NOT MIX) 
  1. Then pour your boiling fruit mixture right in the middle of the batter and butter mixture. 
  1. Place on a cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil in case it runs over the sides. 
  1.  Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown on top and edges, you can check the center with a toothpick if it comes back clean it is cooked through!
  1. Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream on top!

I hope you guys enjoyed this recipe! Please comment down below if you try it with apples or peaches!  ALSO if you would like to follow along via video I will link my Youtube channel here and you can “Cook with me” and see me make this yummy recipe  in person! Thank you for reading !

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Until next time……

Riley Jo