With a light scone topping, this delicious pudding is a super way to enjoy home-grown apples and hedgerow blackberries.
*For a gooseberry cobbler, gently heat 700g gooseberries, 100g caster sugar, 1 tbsp apple juice or elderflower cordial and 15g butter in a saucepan until the sugar and butter have melted. Turn up the heat a little, cover and cook for 1 more minute. Make the cobbler with 1/4 tsp ground ginger instead of cinnamon. *Other seasonal fruits would also be delicious, such as plums or pears.
This recipe is absolutely delicious. When I made it I only got a quarter of it because my mum and sister had the other! And I made one for a neighbours dad who isnt well and it was gone in a flash! Even someone who doesnt like desserts liked this one - 31 May 2009
This was delicious, i followed the recipe exactly. I read a previous review about needing to cook the apples before, but i didnt, i prefer the apples slightly crunchy, and all my guests who ate it agreed. It was really enjoyed by everyone. I will make this again. - 17 Nov 2013
A delicious change to a crumble and very easy to make. - 11 Oct 2015