"This slight twist on traditional cobbler is excellent when served warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream topping! For a fancy presentation, serve in elegant champagne glasses or ice cream dishes." — TIMMYOTOOLE
Watch video tips and tricks
tart apples - peeled, cored, and sliced
1 1/2 cups
This recipe was too dry for my tastes. I am more accustomed to cobblers where the fruit filling includes sugar and makes a saucy fruit base. The overall result of this recipe is more like a coffee cake.
Sorry to say - but I would definitely not make this again! The recipe called for 60-70 min to bake - checked in 50 min and the top was way too done. Also dissapointed in the cake part - had no flavor and wasn't moist. I am going to try and salvage the apple portion.
I was intrigued by the method of this recipe and decided to try it out. Very nice, and so easy! I didn't have evaporated milk so I used half-and-half instead. The cake browned very golden and inside was very soft, light, moist and pancake-like. If "cobbler" might be a misnomer, think of it as something like an apple upside-down cake. The only change I'll make next time is the honey drizzled over the apples-- I'm not the biggest fan of honey, so next time I'm going to replace the honey over the apples with maple syrup or date syrup.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Canadian Honey Apple Walnut Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 220
A new recipe revealed each day until Christmas. Check it out!
Get time-saving recipes to save your busy life.
Get the season’s best recipes for holiday feasting.
A secret sweet ingredient makes this Southern classic extra-special.
See how to make a quick and delicious pasta side dish.
See how to make a simple apple pie with a flaky, golden-brown crust.