Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Apple Cobbler

    It has been a pleasantly-hectic weekend with family.  We packed in a lot of traveling, eating, joking and general banter over the course of  three days my brother-in-law and family visited.  I enjoyed myself thoroughly and was super energetic through the days!  As soon as they left,  I deflated like a popped balloon.  Here is what happened:

Apple Cobbler

My b-i-l recommends power naps highly. So much that we caught him at it quite a few times through our travelling.  But every time he awoke after these naps, he was super enthusiastic, and I decided it was time to test this theory myself.  I chose my day for this experiment to be yesterday (after they left), and my power nap ended up being embarrassingly long.  That is my excuse for not showing up online yesterday.  Let's blame it on power naps shall we? :) However, I am here to make this all right now.   I have a dessert which will knock your socks off!

 
Apple Cobbler

When the family visited, I made some apple cobbler and it was received quite well. If it's that good, then I know you will be interested to know more.  Here you are, enjoy!

Aplle Cobbler

Ingredients:
For the Apple Layer:
Apples        - 3 Gala and 2 Granny Smith
Sugar          - 1/2 cup and 2 Tbspn granulated Sugar
Flour           - 2 Tbspn
Vanilla Essence - 1 Tbspn
Cinnamon Powder - 2 Tspn
Butter - 2 Tbspn
Water                    - 1/4 tspn
Salt                       - 1/4 tspn

For the Crust:

Sugar - 1/2 Cup
Butter - 2 Tbspn
Egg    - 1 Large
Baking Powder - 1/2 Tspn
Flour - 1/2 Cup
Salt    - 1/4 Tspn

Method:
1. Peel the apple and cut into small pieces
2. Mix ingredients under "For the Apple Layer"
3. Grease a 9 inch pan with butter and add apple mixture and set aside

For Topping:
1. Beat all the ingredients under 'topping' and spoon over the top of the apple mixture in small portions around.
2. The batter will spread while baking and cover the top.
3. Space the batter out evenly to allow spreading and covering the top while baking.

Bake in a pre heated oven at 350 D F for 35 - 40 minutes or until the top is golden brown
Don't forget to serve it warm with cold vanilla ice cream.

34 comments:

  1. Aha ha i agree with power naps too, but mine goes exactly like urs, where my mum has to give a big push to wake lol loving apple cobbler, great clicks as always!

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  2. ah...so so many apple recipes all over..loving it :)

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  3. Lovely Dessert....Perfect for a Party..
    I remember trying power naps during my studies and getting up only the next day...never tried after that

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  4. wow taht looks fabulous and delightful..

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  5. that looks great...nice clicks...

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  6. Cobbler with ice cream looks delightful..yummy clicks

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  7. delicious recipe, tempting clicks, yumm

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  8. i agree with u...power naps become soo long...i admit i was feeling sleepy ...and thought of catching a snooze....reading about your apple cobbler is making me hungry and i just might bake some myself :)

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  9. perfect and yum yum.Heard a lot abt it...but now i have a perfect recipe.
    Thx.
    Biny

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  10. tHIS IS Fab..
    Loving one more fruit dessert...

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  11. Fabulous apple recipe..looks so delicious dessert.

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  12. Apple cobbler looks delicious.

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  13. That looks gorgeous!! Great recipe..

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  14. Am I missing the list of ingredients for the topping somewhere? Looks so good I wanna try it :)

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  15. looks lovely...perfect with vanilla icecream

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  16. I immediate bookmarked this recipe, sound so delicious, I will add with vanilla ice cream too. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. The cobbler looks divine. I love to take power naps too but like you, its not just 40 winks. :)

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  18. Tempting recipe...nice clicks..

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  19. Looks really good...ur guests must have enjoyed it....my power naps end up like powerful sleep's..he he..

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  20. I try to avoid naps, mainly that means because I cant sleep at night if did :), great desert dish by the way.

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  21. I cen never sleep during the day, except when i am in the car then i sleep the whole way :-)
    Such a warmming delicious Dessert.

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  22. very impressive dessert...n ofcourse intersting....

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  23. Lol at your extended power nap.
    Love cobblers of any fruit.

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  24. Very funny about your nap..lol I always get so tired midday. I used to nap when my kids were small. I think napping is a good thing. Unfortunately, we do not always have the time.

    Your apple cobbler looks wonderful. Just the type of thing I love:)

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  25. Yummy and droolworthy cobbler, makes me drool..

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  26. luv anything with apples.. this looks super yummy!!!clicks are awesome!

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  27. Oh my this looks great. Its been a long time since I had any of this. Very tasty!

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  28. Delicious cobbler.....

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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