Apples are the type of fruits that we eat all year because they make really good desserts. We keep a bunch of apples in the kitchen all the time; both for munching and snacking in between meals, and also to use for desserts. I love them more when they’re coated in sugar because I have had my fill of apples when I was a kid. I think I kind of stopped being too fond of them after that. But it doesn’t mean I don’t like them anymore. In fact, I still love them.
At home, our favorite apple recipe is apple pie, the kind of pie that my husband and I grew up eating in our childhood homes. But since that takes a bit of time to make, I usually settle for apple cobbler. It’s quite similar but not quite, but it temporarily satisfies the craving. We usually eat apple cobbler with a serving of vanilla ice cream. We really love rich desserts. We enjoy them more if they’re creamier or tastier.
This apple cobbler with crescent roll topping recipe from Cook The Story is a simple apple cobbler recipe that will be loved by anyone. If you want a copy of this, head on over to the next page!
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Quick Tip: Use the freshest apples for better texture.