"This simple, unique cobbler is sure to please!" — CookinginFL
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Granny Smith apples - peeled, cored and sliced
caramel ice cream topping
1 (10 ounce) can
refrigerated flaky biscuit dough
sweetened flaked coconut
Wow! This was incredible! THe coconut made it crispy and sweet on the top. I had read a not so good review that said it got too done on the top and the apples weren't cooked, so I sliced the apples very thin and took it out of the oven a couple minutes early. It was perfect! Thanks for the terrifically good and easy recipe!
I was really disappointed with this recipe. I followed the directions exactly, but the biscuits browned after 26 minutes (VERY brown), while the undersides of the biscuits were raw! The apples were still fairly crisp, too. Maybe next time I would pre-bake the apples or something. I bet this would taste great if it came out properly, but I won't try this again.
Excellent - and extra points for being so easy. We had this with vanilla ice cream and extra toasted coconut. Yum - I found it also makes a great breakfast. ;) Thanks!!
yummy my family loved it.a keeper for my fam.
Really yummy and easy to make! We had vanilla bean ice cream to go with it. My kids say its their new favorite desert!
This is cobbler perfection. I haven't had a better cobbler ever. I didn't use Granny Smith, my parents brought me a bushel of Cortland apples from Michigan so I turned to Allrecipes once again for ideas to use them up. Thanks for submitting this recipe, I am intermediate cook and absolutely love this site.
I work alot but I had a BBQ on a Friday night and I had to bring a dish and this is amazingly simple and delicious! Only thing I would recommend is to cover the top for the first 15 minutes or so(gas stove) and let it cook a lil bit longer so to be sure to cook the biscuits all the time way!
This was the best of all recipes I have tried. We followed the directions without any changes and the result was excellent. My 11, 4 and 2 year old kids loved helping out. When it was done my Husband said it looked like a desert from a fancy restaurant.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 99
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