Bisquick Apple Cobbler is the perfect easy dessert. You only need a few ingredients to make this homemade dessert comfort food. This is the perfect holiday dessert or family dinner dessert. This easy comfort food dessert recipe takes less than 10 minutes to prep and tastes amazing.
Bisquick Apple Cobbler
I love baking with Bisquick. It is a versatile baking mix that can be used for both sweet and savory recipes. We recently made a Bisquick Peach Cobbler and a Bisquick Blackberry Cobbler and they are amazing. Plus we made a Blueberry Cobbler with Bisquick and it is also epic.
I started thinking about making fun variations of this fruit cobbler. I figured why not make an apple cobbler with Bisquick.
While cleaning out the pantry I found a can of apple pie filling and thought why not try that instead of fresh apples. A quick and easy time cheat to whip out quick apple cobbler Bisquick dessert.
This easy recipe makes a great family dinner dessert, potluck dessert, or snack when you want something sweet.
Top it with vanilla ice cream for even more goodness. This is one of our favorite apple desserts. I just love how easy it is to make.
- Bisquick Baking Mix
- Apple Pie Filling
Add ons - caramel sauce, pecans, walnuts, whipped cream, cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar
Bisquick Mix - We use the Original Bisquick Mix that you can find at the grocery store or on amazon. You can make this with the Gluten-Free Bisquick if you are gluten intolerant.
Sugar - We use white sugar but you can definitely use a combination of white granulated sugar and light brown sugar to add more flavor to the cobbler topping
8x8 Baking Dish - The recipe can be doubled if you want to use a 9x13 baking dish.
Large Mixing Bowl - We are big fans of this glass batter bowl that has a handle. It makes it easy to mix ingredients and keeps the mixing bowl steady on the counter.
Spoon - You will want to use a good size spoon to add the Bisquick topping to the casserole
Heat resistant potholders - A couple of years ago we had a fire scare when we didn't realize we had turned a burner on and a cloth potholder caught fire. Thankfully we walked by the kitchen and saw the smoke and were able to get it out ourselves. Since then we have only used these heat-resistant potholders.
How to make Bisquick Apple Cobbler
Step 1 - preheat the oven, gather all of the supplies and ingredients needed.
Step 2 - Pour apples into baking pan. Evenly spread apple slices in the pan.
Step 3 - Stir together the Bisquick cobbler topping in a medium-sized bowl.
Step 4 - Cover apples with Bisquick mixture until evenly covered.
Bake until golden brown
Don't forget to preheat the oven.
I used two cans of apple pie filling for this Bisquick Apple Cobbler recipe. You can easily lower this to one can if you want to. We like all the apples.
This recipe can easily be doubled and baked in a 9 x 13 baking dish if you need more servings.
We serve this warm out of the oven. The flavor is good at room temperature but even better when it is warm.
Nutrition information including calories, protein, calcium, carbohydrates, fiber, vitamin c, potassium, cholesterol, sodium, trans fat, monounsaturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, and more will vary depending on products used.
Printable instructions below.
Can this be made gluten-free?
Yes, there is a Gluten-Free Bisquick mix available at most grocery stores or on Amazon. Just substitute this mix for the regular Bisquick.
What fresh apples can be used in this recipe?
We used canned pie apples that have already had flavor added to them to speed up this recipe.
If you are using fresh apples we suggest using honeycrisp apples, Granny Smith Apples for tart flavor. We love the flavor of tart green apples for apple cobblers and apple crisps.
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Bisquick Apple Cobbler Recipe
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees
- Spread both cans of apple pie filling in the 8x8 casserole dish.
- Combine Bisquick, sugar, and cinnamon in a bowl. Blend in butter and then stir in milk
- Spoon the Bisquick mixture over the apples
- Bake for 18-20 minutes until golden brown