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This post has been sponsored by Ralph’s Grocery. All opinions are my own! 

I love apricot cobblers during the summer. What I don’t like? Heating up the kitchen to make said apricot cobbler. This weekend I experimented with grilling apricots, then cooking the cobbler in the grill. It came out amazing!

I love apricot cobblers. This weekend I experimented with grilling apricots, then cooking the cobbler in the grill. It came out amazing!

I ran to my local Ralph’s grocery, and picked up some fresh local sourced apricots. Going with local guarantees I have the freshest fruit possible, to make an amazing cobbler. But I wanted to put a little twist on them. What if I soaked them in whiskey for an hour, then grilled them for the cobbler?

I love apricot cobblers. This weekend I experimented with grilling apricots, then cooking the cobbler in the grill. It came out amazing!

After I grilled them, I threw them in a skillet on the grill with the sugar, and just a tad more whiskey to let it cook down before pouring them over the batter sitting on the side burner in melted butter just ready to go. See? All outside! I ain’t about that “getting the kitchen hot” life right now!

I love apricot cobblers. This weekend I experimented with grilling apricots, then cooking the cobbler in the grill. It came out amazing!

The whiskey flavor adds a little extra “grown up” flavor to the cobbler, that really makes this something special. This is really the perfect summer treat for entertaining when the kids are off to summer camp. Or are just so picky that they wont even eat a fruit cobbler because it “looks weird” (quote from my son…).I love apricot cobblers. This weekend I experimented with grilling apricots, then cooking the cobbler in the grill. It came out amazing!

Apricots make an amazing cobbler by the way. Especially when they’re grilled. You get this nice tartness, along with a little smokey and sweet from it being cooked down. If you haven’t done an apricot cobbler, regardless of grilled or swimming in whiskey, you’re really missing out!

I love apricot cobblers. This weekend I experimented with grilling apricots, then cooking the cobbler in the grill. It came out amazing!

Also, feel free to mix up the alcohol too.  Try bourbon, or even honey or cinnamon whiskey to get different flavors. Also, if you’re making drunken apricots. You’re going to want to stick around and see what I did with the whiskey left from soaking the apricots!

 

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