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Super Easy Apple Cobbler Recipe » Simple and Healthy Recipe! ✅

 Total time: 30 minutes

Published: September 19, 2022

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East Super easy apple pie recipe It’s made with chilled crescent dough and a cinnamon-sugar caramel sauce that’s completely delicious.

Why this recipe works

Unique: I’ll admit this apple cobbler recipe is different than most, but trust me, it’s all for the best. This retro recipe I borrowed from my mom’s archives uses store-bought crescent wrappers that we use to wrap apples in little cobbler bags. My favorite part is the caramelizing magic of a can of soda combined with sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla!

very easy: As the title suggests, this is a super easy apple cobbler recipe. You don’t have to make your own dough, as store-bought crescent buns are already delicious. All you have to do is assemble, create your sauce, bake, and decorate with some vanilla ice cream!

Versatile: You can replace apples with a variety of fruits. Try using peaches, pears, or even mixed berries!

ingredients

  • apples– You’ll want to slice the apples fairly thin and core them.
  • brown sugar– a quintessential part of all cobblers, for a more caramelized taste.
  • Cinnamon– Season with cinnamon for a classic apple pie flavor.
  • Cold crescent dough– I love using store-bought crescent dough, but if you have a croissant dough you love, use it!
  • sugar– Regular sugar will become part of your caramel sauce.
  • 7 UP– Use 7UP of a similar soda as part of your caramel sauce. That really is the key to this apple cobbler short cut and creating a delicious gooey caramel sauce that you are going to love.
  • Vanilla ice cream– Top it all off with vanilla ice cream!

How to make this super easy apple cobbler recipe

step by step instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 F and grease a baking dish or pan.
  2. Combine apple slices, butter, cinnamon and brown sugar in a pan. Jump over medium heat for 5-7 minutes until sauce is bubbly and apples are tender.
  3. Arrange the crescents on a clean, level surface. table spoon about two apple slices with sauce on the wide end of the growing triangle. roll up well the crescent that starts with the wide end and ends at the opposite, pointed end. Place in the prepared pan.
  4. in a bowl, they mix sugar, remaining cinnamon, vanilla and 7UP. pour the sauce on top of crescent rolls in skillet.
  5. Baking, uncovered for 15-20 minutes until golden brown and sauce is crisp and dark. Pour some of the sauce from the bottom of the plate over the crescents. Serve hot with a scoop of ice cream and To a good time!

expert advice

  • Some people prefer to leave the apple skins on top of the apples in this recipe. You can do both, but I think it’s easier to just leave the skins!
  • if you have leftovers, you can keep your apple pie in the refrigerator for up to 2-3 days. When you’re ready to eat it again, put it in a low oven to crisp it up again.
  • The 7UP in this recipe won’t make your crescent rolls soggy. In fact, the sugar in the soda will caramelize in the oven and make the crescent rolls crispy.

Frequent questions

What apples are best for apple cobbler?

For cooking, you want to specifically cook apples. Some good apples for this recipe are: Granny Smith, Honey crisp, or Gala apples. You can also use a combination of all of these for a wider range of tastes!

What is the difference between Apple Cobbler and Apple Crunch?

Apple cobbler is usually a mixture of apples on the bottom with pie crust or cookie dough on top. Apple Crisp tends to have a mixture of oats and spices on top of the apple mixture and gets very crispy in the oven. I called this recipe apple cobbler as it has a crescent crust that is very similar to pie crust.

Other recipes you will love

If you love this apple cobbler recipe as much as I do, check out some of my other apple and fruit recipes!

Easy Apple Cobbler

This retro-style apple cobbler uses chilled crescent dough for an easy cobbler crust and a secret ingredient to making the most amazing caramel sauce!

Servings: 8 servings

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees and grease a medium pan. (A round cake pan/plate or 9×9-inch square pan works well.)

  • Combine apple slices, butter, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and brown sugar in a large skillet or skillet. Sauté over medium heat for 5-7 minutes until sauce is bubbly and apples are fork-tender.

  • Lay the crescents on a flat, clean surface. Pour about 2 slices of apples and sauce over the wide end of the growing triangle. Roll the crescent tightly starting with the wide end and ending at the opposite, pointed end. Arrange in the prepared pan.

  • In a medium bowl, mix sugar, vanilla, remaining 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and 7UP soda. Pour the mixture over the crescent rolls.

apples: I prefer fuji or other light red apples.
Double the recipe: use a 9×13-inch pan to double this recipe. Cooking time should be about the same as or slightly longer than the original recipe if the apple dumplings are arranged in a single layer.

Calories: 308 kcal, Carbohydrates: 65 g, Protein: 1 g, Fat: 7 g, Saturated Fat: 3 g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 2 g, Monounsaturated Fat: 1 g, Cholesterol: 1 mg, Sodium: 2285 mg, Potassium: 74 mg, Fiber: 1 g, Sugar: 54 g, Vitamin A: 38 IU, Vitamin C: 2 mg, Calcium: 24 mg, Iron: 1 mg

Meet the author: Tiffany

Hi, I’m Tiffany: cook, photographer, mother, and gluttonous taco eater. I’m passionate about turning simple flavors and ingredients into flavorful meals the whole family will enjoy, with minimal prep and cleanup, so there’s more time to eat and enjoy. Stay a while and help yourself to a taco or two.

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