Apple Dumpling Cobbler with apples, cinnamon syrup, and pie crust will warm your house as the cooler weather sets in.
Almost every day at work, I go for a walk at lunch.
Nowhere too extravagant; just a lap around our parking lot full of cars and machines we manufacture. Two laps equal 1 mile.
Sometimes, I’ll do just 2 or 3. Other times, I’ve done 4 or 5.
Most of the time I walk by myself to clear my head; sometimes, I have a walking buddy.
It’s the only form of exercise I get during the day because when work is over, I go straight home, make dinner, then dive into work, whether it’d be for the blog or for a project I’m working on.
Now that fall is here, you can feel the chill in the air. I’m starting to wear my jacket on walks and wishing I had a cup of hot apple cider to drink.
Even though I’m going to miss summer, chiller weather means the apple festival I’ve always gone to growing up is approaching.
That guarantees I’ll be eating one of my favorite apple desserts – apple dumplings.
And instead of posting a traditional dumpling recipe, I decided to modernize it and make an Apple Dumpling Cobbler.
Less work, more apple goodness to share.
If you’ve ever made apple dumplings for a crowd, then you’ll appreciate this cobbler.
It has the same components as a dumpling – apple, pie crust, and cinnamon syrup – but you don’t have to spend time cutting squares and wrapping apples.
I think paired with the right casserole dish, this could make a great gift. If you’re invited to a dinner party, offer to bring this for dessert and give it to the host or hostess.
Or maybe you know a family who could use a quick pick me up. Maybe your work is having a potluck. Or bring it to your next game day party.
I can’t wait for the apple festival, which will be this upcoming weekend.
The farm puts all kinds of apples into bins for you to fill your bag, at least five varieties if not more.
Then you can buy a cup of hot or cold apple cider as you walk about the craft area.
Finally, you can buy apple dumplings for lunch and fresh pressed apple cider in jugs to go.
Can you tell I’m excited? I think I’ll have some cobbler to prep myself…
Source: Adapted from Long Grove Apple Haus Apple Cook Book (Amazon affiliate link)
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