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This Dessert Is So Out Of This World It Arrived In A Spaceship
If you’re a fan of apples, you’re going to like this cobbler. If you’re also a fan of snickerdoodles, you’re going to love this even more! That’s right – this dessert combines the two all-time favorites into one incredible treat you wish you didn’t have to share (you could always try to hide this from your family but the amazing aromas are a dead giveaway).
The first time I ever tried this recipe, I immediately knew this was going to become my new favorite. What is there not to love? Beautifully softened apples, with that cinnamon-sugary snickerdoodle crust on top… It’s a symphony of dessert flavors, I tell ya!
This cobbler is also the perfect dessert for get-togethers and parties; the recipe makes 15 servings, unless you’re like me and get a double serving right off the bat! The hardest part is to let this cool for a few minutes until you drizzle it with some caramel… My mouth is watering, just thinking about it!
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Quick Tip: This recipe makes 15 servings.