Topped with ice cream or whipped topping, your family and guests will think you spent all day making this delicious Apple Oatmeal Raisin Cobbler.
- 2 cans (21 oz. each) apple pie filling
- 1 pkg. (16.5 oz.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Refrigerated Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Bar Dough
- Vanilla DREYER’S® or EDY’S® SLOW CHURNED™ Light Ice Cream or whipped topping (optional)
PREHEAT oven to 375º F. Grease 13 x 9-inch baking dish or pan.
SPOON pie filling into dish. Crumble cookie dough over pie filling.
BAKE for 20 to 25 minutes or until topping is golden brown and edge is bubbly. Serve warm with ice cream or whipped topping, if desired.
TIP: 2 cans (20 ounces each) light or no-sugar added apple pie filling can be substituted for the regular apple pie filling.
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warm And yummy apple oatmeal raisin cobbler
I made this for a School breakfasst bake sale. TO keep it warm longer I used a weighted bread brick under the plate. It worked wonders and Everyone loved it.
This recipe is super simple, it is a great substitute for apple cobbler when you need quick and easy. Definitely will find its way into our dessert rotation on those occasions we have dessert after dinner.
easy to make
I tried this and it was good I thought that I could use pears as well I haven't tried it yet will let you know how it turns out.
Easy & Tasty
I love cobblers of any kind and feel that they are pretty easy to make. This is the easiest of any I have ever made.You could even mix it up and try another pie filling instead of apples.
I will definitely try this recipe. It just looks SO good.
Obviously very good
I made this for Christmas dinner dessert. Put it in oven as we were eating dinner so it would be hot and ready for dessert. It obviously must have been wonderful...by the time I was done cleaning up the kitchen the entire dish was empty. I didn't get any of it! I'll have to make again when I have a smaller crowd!
This sound great!!
I want to say thanks for the recipe! It really sound like a great recipe. me and my family will gve it a try and I will let you know if we enjoyed it!! I am pretty sure we will. happy baking!!
I am not very good a baking and this just tured out great
My neighbor made this, she added pecans. it was good.
A traveling desserrt
When I read this recipe, I thought what a great dessert to take when I go and stay with my family.
I don't need to make it ahead of time and it will be easy to make when I get there and the best part it can be served warm from the oven.
this is so tasty. i will serve it for christmas and new yrs . thanks
Warm and Yummy Apple Oatmeal Raisin Cobbler Yummi
OK... I know this doesn't sound that GOOD, but anyone would like it... even if your picky with food!!! You would LOVE it if you like apple pie filling, and an oatmeal raisin cookie bar!!! You can taste the raisins, but it gets overpowered by the apple and a little bit by the oatmeal!!! It is SO yummy that kids even say that they want more and that kid may be picky with food.... that kid may be yours!!! Yummy!!!
very good and easy. Great to make during the week for quick dessert. Thinking of trying cherry pie filling and sugar cookie dough.
TRIED THIS RECIPE WITH MY NIECE AND IT WAS SUPER EASY AND DELICIOUS!! WE LOVED IT!!!!
CAN'T WAIT TO MAKE AGAIN!
YOUR RECIPE FOR APPLE/OATMEAL/RAISIN COBBLER HAS THE BEST OF CO0KING COBBLERS. I SERVED THIS TO MY SORIETY SISTERS (OVER 65), SO I HAD TO COPY
THIS RECEIPE 13 TIMES. GREAT, GREAT REVIEWS.
Sounded great until I read the ingrediants... just cannot use canned apple pie filling..it takes longer but fresh apples are the best...premade cookie dough too thick to get a really crumbly topping.
Yummy Is Right!
This was so wonderful! And so easy! Since I didn't want such a large amount of cobbler, I used only one can of apples and only half of the cookies and put it in a 9" X 9" pan and baked it for 15 minutes. The rest of the cookies became ... cookies! Two desserts for one!
Oh, it tastes so much better than apple pie. I am not a crust fan, but the crumble of the oatmeal cookie, yum! Also, using the can of apples is SO much better than peeling and coring apples!!!
How easy was this! I've been laboring over apple crisp for years and all you have to do is add oatmeal cookie dough! Tastes like I've baked from scratch.
Easy and simple to make. Thought I had two cans of apple filling in the pantry, I did not. Made the some of the filling from scrath and it was still excellent.
Yummy Apply oatmeal raisin cobbler
Easy to make and very good. Enjoyed it very much
So simple !
Why have I peeled and cored apples for all these years? This crisp took minutes to put together, and was given top ratings by all. Thanks for the time saver.
This made my kitchen smell wonderful and cozy-A real treat and a super"comfort Food" dessert.
WOW.. This is a great tasting easy desert. My family loved it.Will make again with different fruits.. Thanks so much for the recipe
Quick Easy Cobbler which tastes Super & my fanily loved it! I have made it again changwith different fruits & it always tastes really great!
Quick and Easy
Very fast and easy dessert to do. I have used different fillings and put more raisins in the apples when using them. A really 1-2-3 and it's done dessert!