by laura janning

4th of July Apple Cobbler

June 25, 2014

I promise you, the Apple cobbler is not going to get up and start singing the Star Spangled Banner. That would be far too predictable. What I can assure you is, that this is going to be the best Apple Cobbler..... Patriotic Style, that you have ever tasted.

I imagine our founding fathers nibbling on this, with a bit of vanilla ice cream, as they were declaring their Independence back in 1776. Years later....just a mere 238, this is such a popular treat around my house and at family gatherings . The reason....it is so simple, easy and requires just a few ingredients....and it feeds a crowd.

What you will need:
8 x 8 baking pan or 1.5 quart baking dish
1 cup Biscuit Mix - any kind
1/2 cup of soft butter
Spray butter- for the bottom of your baking dish. You can also melt some butter to coat the pan.
1 cup of sugar
1/4 cup of raw/cane sugar- I used 'Sugar In The Raw'
3/4 cup of milk- I use 2%
1 can of pie filling- I used apple but I have also done this with cherry. just as delish.

Here's what you do:
Spray or coat your baking dish/pan with butter
Mix butter, biscuit mix and sugars together
Add milk and continue stirring until completely mixed
Pour into your baking dish
Add pie filling over the top, distributing evenly. DO NOT MIX the two together.
Bake 30 mins at 350 temp.

Taste so good that after that first bite, you'll be seeing fireworks!
Do you have a favorite desert that has you seeing fireworks?

Click here if you missed my 4th of July tablescape. 

Grateful for~
lazy summer days and a house that looks just as lazy!

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  1. This sounds delicious. I bet it is a definite crowd pleaser at your house :)

  2. Sounds delicious and so easy to put together. It is a definite one for my files. Thank you for sharing!!

  3. I love your desserts as I really do make them!...So off to copy this recipe that is right up my alley...easy peasy and good!!...

  4. I love making cobblers and this one is just a little different. I can't wait to try it, you can believe I won't wait until the 4th of July. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Cobbler is a family favorite around here (usually blueberry or peach) ....I'm going to have to try this with the apple! It looks amazing! :) Thanks for sharing.


  6. Cobbler sounds like a great idea for the 4th! Wonder how this would work with fresh apples????

  7. I think I will make this! I may even switch up the filling to be peach. I like that this recipe is flexible like that. I like how easy it is and perfect for the summer. Thanks for sharing it. By the way, I wonder why it requires raw sugar instead of granulated. Do you know the difference?

  8. oops! I just saw where it called for both kinds of sugar. Never mind to my last question!

  9. I will be making this dessert in both apple and cherry. Hubs like apple not cherry so guess which pie we always have? I can make the flavor I want to share with our daughter whom is only other person that loves cherry like I do. Great cobbler. Look forward to making this soon. Glad you shared this recipe. Happy summer days

  10. That looks really delcious! I just got a couple of cans of apple pie filing on clearance and I know what I'll be making :)


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