Cobbler Two Ways: Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler and Caramel Apple Cobbler
Two cobblers, Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler and Caramel Apple Cobbler, are baked together in one casserole dish and served warm with ice cream for the ultimate dessert.
Did you know you can make cobbler, two different ways, in one 9×13 casserole dish?
I’ve teamed up with McCormick to bring you this easy, flavorful Thanksgiving dessert recipe made in the same casserole dish.
All you need is some parchment paper and a little help from a paper clip to ensure that your recipes can cook togehter at the same time and temperature.
I made two Thanksgiving cobbler versions in one casserole dish. The first is a Caramel Apple Cobbler with soft, spiced apples, chewy caramel and lots of McCormick Ground Cinnamon and McCormick Ground Nutmeg.
The second is a Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler flavored with my favorite McCormick Pumpkin Pie Spice and McCormick Pure Vanilla Extract.
Everyone always has a favorite Thanksgiving dessert, but it’s also nice to add something new to the table each year.
This “twice as nice” cobbler lets you do both! And the spices inside pair perfectly to share a casserole dish together.
It’s impossible for me to pick a favorite between these two cobblers. Both are so good and feature my two favorite fall flavors.
Pumpkin vs Apple is always such a big debate! I stand firmly in the middle, loving both equally!
The Caramel Apple Cobbler is the easier of the two to make because it requires fewer ingredients.
However, the Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler just needs everything whisked together and poured into the casserole dish.
Both recipes share the same topping, so it keeps it uncomplicated.
I used some of my favorite Thanksgiving dessert seasonings from McCormick to give everything those comforting flavors.
For the topping of the casserole, we use just three important ingredients.
First, yellow cake mix! Are you surprised? It gives this cobbler a sweet crumbly topping that you would never expect.
You don’t have to mix the cake mix together, you just sprinkle it dry right on top of the cobbler fillings.
Then we add a ton of McCormick Ground Cinnamon on top of the cake mix layer. It gives it the perfect spiced topping.
And lastly, we pour two whole sticks of melted butter all over the top and bake it until warm and bubbly!
Watch the video below to see how easy this double cobbler in one casserole dish is to make.
I show you exactly how I fold my parchment paper and where I place the paperclip to hold the parchment paper in place as a divider.
You can also use foil instead of parchment paper. The foil is easier to work with, just not as pretty of a final dessert.I am so excited for you to try this recipe for Cobbler Two Ways: Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler and Caramel Apple Cobbler!
It’s the perfect dish to serve at Thanksgiving to please just about everyone in one easy, shared casserole dish!
Caramel Apple Filling: