A cobbler is a scrumptious variation on a pie or crumble. Traditionally the ‘cobble' topping is made from a scone dough but this one contains buttermilk and has a lovely light texture and crusty surface.
Preparation: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes
- Buttermilk give the cobbles a lovely flavour and texture but if you have difficulty finding it, mix together a 150g carton of low fat yogurt and 90ml of milk for a good subsitute.
- Bramley apples are a cooking apple and they have a wonderful tart flavour and pulp down brilliantly which makes them the ideal choice for apple sauces and purees. Although they are seasonal they can usually be found most of the year and can be used in this recipe instead of the pears - for 1kg you will need to use 150g sugar.
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