Total TimePrep: 35 min. Bake: 35 min.
Asummer had to have done something wrong because I also followed the recipe exactly as written and it was awesome. My husband was so surprised it was zucchini! He likes zucchini but said he never would have guessed that it wasn't apples. Zucchini has considerable less calories than apples so that is another plus. This recipe was a 5-star for us. Loved it!
Delicious! My grandson is a non-veggie kiddo, and he LOVED this, even asked for seconds! Great idea for using zukes!
I would give this recipe a 0 if I could. It was TERRIBLE! I made it exactly as it said and it was so bad that everyone took one bite and had to spit it out. GROSS! The problem was in the crust. It tasted like straight flour. I baked it as it said and I even baked it longer, but the flour just stayed on the top. If I wanted a mouthful of flour, I wouldnand#039;t have gone to so much work! Had to throw it all away!!!!
I cut this recipe in half and baked in a 9”x13” Pyrex dish. It was great; truly tasted like apple. I’m so glad I found this recipe as we are overwhelmed by zucchini from our garden!
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Delicious!! I served this for a family and did not tell them what is was made out of and they wanted to know what kind of apples I used. It is a very good recipe and easy to make. I have made it twice in 2 weeks. I had it warm with a scoop of ice cream and caramel on top. Definitely a keeper.
Great recipe, have a similar story as others. Served at a cookout, one guy there never eats vegetables. He asked me if it was apple cobbler. Told him zucchini - he gave me a dirty look....then finished eating it.
We love this cobbler! It's just the right amount of sweet, and perfect with a scoop of ice cream!
Delicious! I have a very picky eater. If he knew it was zucchini and not apple cobbler, he would never have tried it. Now, he tells me "I know it's zucchini and I don't care."
We had an abundance of zucchini and squash which is why we looked for a recipe where we could use some of them creatively. It brought back childhood memories of my aunt, who also had so much zucchini one year that even after canning some, she still needed alternative ways to prepare it. I remember her telling us we should try her "apple" pie. We all thought it was delicious and laughed after she told us it was zucchini! Well, this cobbler was fantastic and several of my children went back for seconds! As for the reviewer who asked about the apples in our neck of the woods... apples are the best when they're in season, and where I live, that doesn't start until the fall. I love being able to use fruits and vegetables in season and since we had so many zucchini delighted that we could use them in this way! Given that we'll be swimming in zucchini and squash for the rest of the season, I'll be making this again!