The Best Caramel Apple Cobbler is a dessert with the sweet taste of autumn. This recipe is a comforting food at its best. Tart apples, sweet caramel and warm cinnamon combined with a buttered crust are the quintessential recipe for the fall months.
This dessert tastes like apple pie, but is much simpler to make, especially if you’re not an expert in pie crust.
I like the “ready” part of this dessert, it is buttered and the brown sugar and water create a caramel sauce that really makes the dessert. The apples I chose keep their shape but their texture is soft. It’s a great combination of flavors and textures.
Just a note, I highly recommend serving it hot with a good scoop of vanilla ice cream!
When cooking with apples, variety is important. I prefer a sweet and tangy flavor and an apple that doesn’t boil. After all, I want an Apple Cobbler, not a Cobbler with applesauce.
1 can of yellow cake mix
2 boxes of apple pie filling
1 jar of caramel
1 stick of butter
Butter 9×13 pan
Pour in apple pie filling
Put DRY cake mix on top
Then sprinkle with caramel.
Pour the melted butter into the set.
Cook 350 for 45 minutes.