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Apple Snickerdoodle Cobbler How-To

Blogger Jocelyn Delk Adams shares a simple apple cobbler with an irresistible cookie topping.
Fall is officially here, and apple-picking is on my radar! This is my favorite time of year. No question. It’s also the perfect season to bake, and stay indoors with your family. Apples offer a familiar comfort that can’t be duplicated. I wanted to create a recipe that gives you the comfort we all love in apple pies and crisps, but with a fun twist. 

As I’ve mentioned before, I love a good cobbler. This recipe is definitely that. The snickerdoodle topping takes it over the top. So bake this one up, then get cozy on the couch with your family and enjoy the comforts of fall.

Preheat your oven to 375°F. Spray a 9-1/2-inch round baking dish with non-stick cooking spray. 

Add peeled apple slices, brown sugar, cinnamon and vanilla extract in a large bowl, and toss together enough to fully coat the apples.

Sliced apples and cinnamon in a bowl
Pour apple mixture evenly into the prepared baking dish. 

Mix the remaining granulated sugar and ground cinnamon in a small bowl. Next, separate half of sugar cookie dough from package and dip the tops of each cookie into sugar cinnamon mixture. Place cookies on top of apple mixture.

Apples, cubes of cookie dough, and cinnamon in a pie plate
Bake your cobbler for 50-55 minutes, then remove from the oven. Allow to cool, then enjoy. Do not forget to serve with a giant scoop of ice cream.

About Jocelyn Delk Adams of Grandbaby Cakes

Jocelyn credits her grandmother for inspiring her blog, Grandbaby Cakes. She has a simple goal to help a new generation of bakers to “not feel guilty about enjoying dessert,” and spends her time whipping up old classics, new favorites and must-try trend desserts in an easy, accessible way.