You be like
"That don't look like no apple cobbler with those cinnamon rolls on top."
And you're right.
It don't taste like no apple cobbler either.
This Cinnamon Roll Apple Cobbler
is weird and quirky and overly sweet and just plain
Yet that did not stop me from eating this four days in a row...most recently topped with additional salted caramel.
Now I'm not suggesting you should make
this by any means.
But it's quick to prepare (although the cook time is longish) and it has weird refrigerated cinnamon rolls and icing on top.
You'll be the talk of the office party or family Christmas meal.
(Maybe not in a good way but hey, somebody needs to stand up for the weird and quirky and overly sweet and just plain cray cray people like me. I mean food. I mean this dish.)
So now that you're like whaaaaaat is this chick talking about, should I make it or should I not???...
Well, let's go through the steps.
Here's the fixins for this
Cinammon Roll Apple Cobbler.
Peel and core (without cussing, pretend it's a game, where you have to peel 7 apples and not cuss once from the boredom) and slice the apples.
I used a variety of apples.
Toss the apples with the ground ginger, sugar, flour,
raisins and water.
Toss apple mixture into a casserole dish.
Cover with aluminum foil and bake until apples are soft.
45 minutes or so.
Comes out of the oven like this, yummy! Smells great too!
Okay, now quarter up the cinnamon rolls
and arrange on top of the apples.
Throw back in oven uncovered until
It took mine close to 30 minutes to become golden on top.
Ladies and gentlemen, I'm sure you can drizzle the icing on way better than my whack job here.
Let cool and then dig in and critique.
just plain cray cray.
eating it warmed up.
This time drizzled with buttery salted caramel sauce, yum!
So I will probably make this again when grandson comes over for a quick dessert that I know he will eat.
I mean c'mon:
Cray cray, I tell you.
This recipe is from the November 2017
Better Homes & Garden Magazine.
Cinnamon Roll-Apple Cobbler
Straight outta November 2017 Better Homes & Garden
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon ground ginger
- 7 cups peeled, cored, and sliced apples (Braeburn, Pinata, Granny Smith, Idared, and/or Golden Delicious)
- 1/4 cup golden raisins
- 1/4 cup water
- 1 17 1/2 ounce pkg. (5) refrigerated large cinnamon rolls with icing, quartered
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In an extra-large bowl stir together sugar, flour, and ginger. Add apples, raisins, and the water; toss to combine. Spoon apple mixture into a 2-quart round casserole dish; cover. Place a foil-lined baking sheet on oven rack below casserole dish. Bake, covered, 50 minutes or until apples begin to soften.
- Arrange cinnamon roll pieces on apple filling. Bake, uncovered, 25 to 30 minutes more or until rolls are golden. Cool at least 30 minutes. Drizzle icing from cinnamon roll package over top.
Okay, so if anyone makes this,
let me know what you think!
I will close by sharing a couple pictures. This scene is off of Hwy 1 this week.
Took my breath away.
I'll be posting a deeelicious cheese, spinach and tomato stuffed pork tenderloin this weekend too, I think.
Have a great weekend y'all,
and we'll talk at ya soon!