November 20, 2017

Easiest Apple Cobbler Ever

Oh.  My.  Goodness, y’all.

I have always been one of “those” people.  You know the ones.  People who turn their noses up at cooked fruit desserts.  I have hardly EVER even cared to try, much less enjoyed a cooked fruit type dessert.

Until recently when I became old interested enough to try a few.  I absolutely LOVE the pear pecan muffins which use fresh, diced pears.  Oh, my!  They are heavenly!

And then I went to a pre-Thanksgiving party where I tasted this amazing dessert using only three ingredients!  I had probably heard of it before, but of course, paid no attention since it had the dreaded cooked fruit in it that I so wholeheartedly avoided.

But it smelled….amazing.  So inviting.  And I have a thing for cobblers, I guess, since my Grandma did teach me to at least enjoy her peach cobbler.

And after just one bite, I was sold.

Normally, I don’t even buy boxed cake mix.  Or fruit pie filling for that matter.  But this stuff is so good, I didn’t waste much time before I made my own.  And I won’t make it often, but for an occasional special treat, or a holiday celebration, it’s so good!

You won’t believe how easy this thing is to put together.  And one of the neat things about it is that it feeds a big group of people!  It’s perfect for holiday family get-togethers.


  1. We can’t get the canned apple filling here in Holland.. what could i use instead?

  2. Love this recipe. I have made it for years. So easy.

  3. Patricia says:

    Do you sprinkle dry cake mix or do you mix cake mix like making a cake

  4. I have always found that sprinkling a little bit of brown sugar and a little cinnamon over top the melted butter gives it a really good taste, as well!
    Everyone in my household loves this!

  5. Glenda Rockdashil says:

    after baking this, the cake mix wasnt entirely moist dry mounds looked like it wasnt cooked what to do?

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