This Pumpkin Cobbler has become our traditional Halloween dessert. It is so easy to throw together and is the perfect dish for fall when you are starting to crave pumpkin.
Pumpkin Cobbler is kind of like an upside down pumpkin pie, but I like it even better. The pumpkin layer goes in to the bottom of the dish, then you have a crunchy, cakey, buttery, cinnamon and sugary crust baked on to the top. We eat this warm out of the oven with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a little caramel drizzled over the top. I love this dessert because I can easily make it gluten free for me by using a gluten free yellow cake mix. I actually end up making it in several small dishes, so I can make it gluten free for mine and traditional for my family. But you can always make the whole thing up in one big baking dish. If you do it in more than one dish, you can throw them all in the oven together and still cook it for the same amount of time.
Pumpkin Cobbler is the perfect dessert to warm you up after a long night of trick or treating or after a cold fall night of football. You are going to love the way your house smells when it is baking! If you are lucky and still have some left over, I also love this cold, after it has been refrigerated. I like to eat it cold for breakfast, I know, not good for you. But it’s seriously irresistible.