Apple Pomegranate Cobbler

The best winter and fall dessert bake
The best winter and fall dessert bake
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2 cups Pomegranate juice
6 (3 pounds) Granny Smith apples peeled, halved, cored and sliced ½-inch thick
1 cup Sugar plus more for sprinkling
2¼ cups All-purpose flour divided
Kosher Salt optional
2 tsp Baking powder
1 stick Unsalted butter cold, cut into small pieces

1 cup Heavy cream cold, plus more for brushing
For serving:
Pomegranate seeds
Vanilla ice cream

Nutritional information

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Apple Pomegranate Cobbler


Baking is my favorite pastime, if you couldn’t tell, and this Apple Pomegranate Cobbler is one of my favorite recipes to make.

A perfect winter dessert to serve in individual mini skillets that will definitely have your guests amazed. Mouth wateringly good, this dirty looking, messy treat is best served with scoops of vanilla ice cream and sprinkles of pomegranate seeds for extra garnishing.

To make Apple Pomegranate Cobbler, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Apple Pomegranate Cobbler

Steps to make Apple Pomegranate Cobbler


Preheat oven and prepare baking pan


Preheat the oven to 375 °F.


Reduce pomegranate juice


In a small saucepan over medium-high heat, boil 2 cups of pomegranate juice for about 15 minutes until thickened and reduced to about ⅓ cup.


Sweeten apples


In a large mixing bowl, add the reduced pomegranate juice, apple slices, ¾ cup of white sugar, ¼ cup of flour and ½ teaspoon of salt. Fold and mix then transfer to the baking dish.


Combine dry ingredients


In a clean, large mixing bowl, add remaining 2 cups of flour, ¼ cup of sugar, 2 teaspoons baking powder and ½ teaspoon of salt. Whisk to combine.


Add butter


Use a pastry knife to cut 1 stick of butter into the flour until mixture becomes very coarse.


Add cream


Stir in 1 cup of heavy cream until just combined then gather into small lump portions and cover the apple filling in the baking dish.


Add toppings


Brush pastry topping with a bit more cream and sprinkle with generous amounts of sugar.




Bake in preheated oven for 60-70 minutes until cobbler is bubbling in the center and golden on top. If baking too quickly on top, cover with aluminum foil.




Cool for 20 minutes.




Garnish with sprinkles of pomegranate seeds and scoops of vanilla ice cream to serve!

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Total Reviews: 13
Alaysia Geagan

My kids really enjoyed this pomegranate cobbler, going to be making it again.

Shannon Crosta

Best freaking cobbler on the planet!!

Livia Ambrosio

Best cobbler out there I even added some chocolate drizzle to the top and caramel, it mixes well with the apples.

Dalia Dailey

Tasty but I really prefer the cranberry apple crips instead, it has more flavor and slightly more filling for me.

Jenny Kastan

First time making it thought for sure I'd mess it up but instead I nailed it on the first try very please :)

Robin Seasholtz

It's heavenly i'd recommend this cobbler for sure to anyone out there second guessing it's fantastic.

Kourtney Knox

Yummy as heck the cobbler is great for family events if you set up some melted chocolate as dip I guarantee you everyone will dig in asap!

Mercy Abramson

Accidently used salted butter instead of unsalted but it was still very tasty so no issues here, 5 stars from me for sure.

Lilianna Peila

Delicious is was so freaking yummy can't get over this cobbler.

Zaria Vinette

Crumbly and dry but not too bad with some caramel on the top or even vanilla icecream.

Irene Babecki

A real crowd pleaser, my family was devouring this instantly after I had taken it out of the oven haha!

Briar Dibitetto

Crispy and delicious exactly what I wanted from a recipe like this, thanks so much for sharing.


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