Backpacker's Pantry Hot Apple Cobbler

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Backpacker's Pantry Hot Apple Cobbler is a great hot dessert from the company that's been an innovative leader since 1951. It's made with sweetened apples topped with a delicious cobbler. To prepare, remove cobbler mix packet and set aside. Add apples to 1 cup of water. Stir. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and cook for 5 minutes. Stir occasionally. Add 3 tablespoons of water to cobbler mix. Stir until smooth. Spread cobbler mix over apples. Cover and cook over low heat for 10 minutes in a nonstick pan. Calories per serving: 280. Allergens: milk, egg, soybean, gluten, wheat. Made in USA.

Sizing:

  • Two serving size.

Features:

  • Add 3 tablespoons of water to cobbler mix and stir until smooth; spread cobbler mix over apples then cover and cook over low heat for 10 min. in a nonstick pan
  • Check tech specs for ingredients, allergens, and nutritional data
  • Provides enough food for two backcountry travelers or one hiker with a hearty appetite
  • 1) Remove cobbler mix packet and set aside
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  • Requires cooking; add apples and sauce to 1 cup of water, stir, then bring to a boil; reduce heat and cook for 5 min., stirring occasionally
  • Sweetened apples topped with delicious cobbler
  • Quick-and-easy preparation.
  • Backpacker's Pantry Hot apple cobbler serves 2
  • Produced in a facility that also processes peanuts, milk, soybean, wheat, gluten, egg, and tree nut ingredients**
REI

Enjoy the Backpacker's Pantry hot apple cobbler on your next overnight adventure.

Ingredients: cobbler mix (enriched bleached flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, iron, thiamin, mononitrate, riboflavin), sugar, vegetable shortening (contains either or both partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil), leavening (baking soda, sodium aluminum phosphate, monocalcium phosphate), whey, dextrose, egg yolk, salt, xanthan gum, artificial flavor, corn syrup, soy lecithin, annatto and turmeric extract color, sodium caseinate), apples, potato starch, citric acid, modified food starch, partially hydrogenated coconut oil, tricalcium phosphate, natural flavor, sodium citrate, ascorbic acid, yellow #5, sodium sulfite and sodium dioxide (used for color retention). Allergens: eggs, food coloring, milk, soybean, sulfite, wheat; may contain traces of tree nuts.

Made in USA.


TahoeMountainSports.com
Everybody needs a little dessert while out on the trail and recovering from a long day, check out this Hot Apple Cobbler that will make you sleep well into the morning.
This vegetarian dessert will feed 2 easily.
Dry Weight: 5 oz.
INGREDIENTS: COBBLER MIX (ENRICHED FLOUR BLEACHED [WHEAT FLOUR, MALTED BARLEY FLOUR, NIACIN, IRON, THIAMIN, MONONITRATE, RIBOFLAVIN], SUGAR, VEGETABLE SHORTING [CONTAINS EITHER OR BOTH PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED SOYBEAN AND COTTONSEED OIL], LEAVENING [BAKING SODA, SODIUM ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE, MONOCALCIUM PHOSPHATE], WHEY, DEXTROSE, EGG YOLK, SALT, XANTHAN GUM, ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR, DRIED CORN SYRUP, SOY LECITHIN, ANNATTO AND TURMERIC EXTRACT COLOR, SODIUM CASEINATE), APPLES, POTATO STARCH, CITRIC ACID, MODIFIED FOOD STARCH, PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED COCONUT OIL, TRICALCIUM PHOSPHATE, NATURAL FLAVOR, SODIUM CITRATE, ASCORBIC ACID, FD&C YELLOW #5, SODIUM SULFITE AND SODIUM DIOXIDE (USED FOR COLOR RETENTION) ALLERGENS:EGGS, MILK, SOYBEAN, WHEAT, MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF TREE NUTS.

Backcountry Edge

The Backpacker's Pantry Hot Apple Cobbler freeze-dried dessert consists of sweetened apples, topped with delicious cobbler crumb! Just add boiling water to the convenient stand-up pouch, mix and enjoy!


Mountain Gear
A classic dessert, packaged for the backcountry - Backpacker's Pantry Hot Apple Cobbler combines sweetened apples with a steamy cobbler topping.

SummitHut.com

Just because you don't have an oven doesn't mean you can't enjoy cobbler on the trail! Backpacker's Pantry Hot Apple Cobbler is a fast and easy dessert for two.


Backcountry.com (Spring 2014)
Bring the Hot Apple Cobbler with you on car-camping adventures and enjoy a scrumptious desert out in the wilderness. Or bust out this cobbler when you need a dessert to go with a spontaneous romantic meal at home.
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ALLERGENS:MILK, EGG, SOYBEAN, GLUTEN, WHEAT
Activity:Backpacking
Calories:290
Calories from fat:45
Calories per serving:280
Carbohydrates:59 grams
Cholesteral:0
Cholesterol:0 milligrams
Country of Origin:USA
Dietary fiber:2 grams
Dry Weight:5 oz.
Entrees:Vegetarian
Food Features:Vegetarian
Food Type:No Meat
Gluten free:No
Meat:None
Menu:Desserts
Net Weight:5 oz.
Organic:No
Preparation:Cook
Preparation Time:20 Minutes
Protein:2 grams
Saturated fat:1.5 grams
Serving Size:Two 11 oz Servings
Servings:2 Servings
Servings per container:2 serving(s)
Shelf Life:0-3 Years
Sodium:420 milligrams
Sugars:41 grams
Total fat:5 grams
Trans fat:0 grams
Type:Dessert
Upc, Ean, Isbn:048143026259
Vegetarian:Yes
Weight:5 oz / 142 g

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Backpacker's Pantry Hot Apple Cobbler Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

backpacking desert

This product was fairly tasty after having a mountain house meal for dinner on a recent camping trip. It does require some preparation and Id suggest cooking it on coals to save your stove gas since it requires about 20 minutes total cook time. I wasn't able to use my 16 ounce pot to cook it in but a wide pot or pan should do the trick. basically you have to reconstitute the apples then add water to a cake mix which you spread over the apples, lastly, you cover and apply low heat for 10 minutes to bake the cake. This would be great for a special occasion on the trail such as a birthday or something.
jackrabbit66 at REI on 10/10/2013

It's pretty incredible that this is considered camping food because it's definitely something I'd cook-up at home. The apple filling is warm, gooey, sweet, cinnamon-y and delicious (just like a good apple pie) and the cobbler mixture is light and airy and amazing. I was bummed that I only had one package with me! So good!

Mitch at Backcountry.com on 05/10/2012

The secret to cooking this

You've got to prepare the topping on VERY low heat. Only add the very small amount of water called for to the crust mix, and cook it on the stove on top of the apple with your camp stove on the lowest possible setting. It rises nices and tastes good.
Vrooom at REI on 01/01/2012

One of the tastiest backpacking desserts I've tried. That said, this requires you to dirty a pan to cook the cobbler. If you're down with dishes, buy this and plan for a treat! If you're feeling lazy, go for the just-add-water Mountain House Raspberry Crumble.

Mike Haines at Backcountry.com on 11/26/2012

The camp loved sharing this desert. No, its not as easy as passing around some crumbled up space ice cream. But if you've got the energy to do a little more cooking after dinner, the result is absolutely worth it. 5 stars.

Michael at Backcountry.com on 09/18/2013

This is definitely one of my favorites, only problem is that it requires a little more effort than the also delicious "just add water"Raspberry Crumble. If you're down with some extra dishes, add it to your cart and get out there!

PBJ at Backcountry.com on 07/09/2013

Just returned from BWCA Minnesota - took this along - it was very tasty and nice change from oatmeal. Used hot water and it was a great breakfast

cbr5283102 at Backcountry.com on 06/27/2012

Took this on a 5 day 50 mile backpacking trip. It was a wonderful treat at the end of a long day hiking.

geraldcf011103127 at Backcountry.com on 08/20/2012

Best backpacking quick fix ever!

Carson Dunbar at Backcountry.com on 01/29/2013

Negative Reviews:

Sounds good!

I tried the apple cobbler out in my kitchen at home, and boy am I glad I did. I am throughly surprised at how awful it was. I'm sure that if I was on the tail end of a hike, and starving, that I would have enjoyed this more. I may have cooked this wrong, other reviews will provide insight on that. The flavor was decent. Texture, not so much. Save yourself some time and pack poptart, small apple pie, or even a hostess apple pie!
Schwaa at REI on 05/05/2011

don't bother

Tried to make this on 3 different occasions. Each time, it was a waste. If you really want dessert when camping, go with the Mocha Mousse or just pack ur own. I can't see how this would be possible to make while camping. We also tried to make this at home, and it just didn't turn out. What a disappointment.
Mel the indecisive at REI on 08/08/2011

Not the tastiest treat...

Yeah, I have to agree with everyone, that this is not the easiest to prepare. It also lacks good taste, has a weird texture...i dunno.

I gave it 2 stars because in a survival situation you could still benefit from it and it would still give you some kind of energy, nutrients, etc...
EJD at REI on 06/06/2013

Pretty gross

Tried this car camping. Made a gooey mess of my pot. I didn't think you could screw this up but the flavor was off. It was just kind of sweet. The weird batter stuff that you put on top as spongey, flavorless and gross. threw most of it out.
FreeBird112 at REI on 06/06/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Couldn't make sense of cooking instructi

I bought this, thinking it would be a quick and easy "just add hot water" dessert like mountain house, that I could take camping. But I got home and read the instructions, and was surprised at how complicated they were to understand. Its a good thing I didn't wait until I was in the field. Anyway I kinda winged it, and I guess it would not have tasted bad if I had cooked it longer. As it was it still had some bits of apple that weren't yet re-hydrated. I've tried four different Backpacker's Pantry meals: Kung pao chicken, Mexican Beans and Rice, Huevos Ranchero, and Hot Apple Cobbler. The only one I enjoyed was the excellent Beans and Rice. I'm no cook. Its gotta be fast and easy if I'm gonna take it along.
gravityprone at REI on 03/03/2012

Just ok....

We had our campfire going one night so thought we would give this a try. I would NOT want to burn up the fuel needed to do this over a stove given the long cook time. This dessert is ok as long as you don't think of it as apple cobbler. Tasted a little more like cinnamon apples with spongy cake on top. I am not really sure it was worth all the effort.
M Kelch at REI on 07/07/2012