Ready in 45 minutes
This apple crisp is a favorite in our household and I'm sure once you try it you will agree. Oh, and don't forget the vanilla ice cream or whipped topping!
"I doubled the ingredients to use a 9x13 baking dish and make this more moist (except I only increased the apples from 6 to 9). It was the first time I made it - delicious and decadent - my husband loved it! I used granny smith apples to contrast the sweet with some tartness - yummy. (Next time I plan to not double the butter and substitute for 1/2 cup buttermilk). I will keep making this recipe!"- L-rod
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Place the sliced apples in an 8 or 9-inch baking pan. Sprinkle with water and lemon juice.
In a small bowl, combine the remaining ingredients until crumbly. Sprinkle the crumbly mixture evenly over the apples.
Bake at 375 degrees for 40-45 minutes or until apples are tender.
Jreed26244 1 month agoVery easy to make
Healthymommy 3 months agoPerfect dessert, easy and super yummy! Thank you!
chiefdale 4 months agoTasty,and quick
Stewdebaker 4 months agoThis was very good and easy to make.
1Chefarmiller 5 months agoI've made this 3 times and it turns out delicious every time. I doubled the topping on the last batch and cooked it a extra 10 minutes and it was great.
brandyymarie 5 months agoMade it last night and it was a huge hit! Tastes just like the warm apple crumble a la mode thing at red lobster, but better! Paired it with vanilla ice cream and my boyfriend and I were in heaven! Definitely will make again!
cjbrayton83 5 months agoVery easy and addictive to eat!!
Iai159 5 months agoExcellent!!!!
Jakevndn99 5 months agoReally good and simple to make.
kirstin_kuchta 6 months agoThe apples tasted amazing before I made this dish. The cooked apples are now sour, not sure if it is the type of apple, or what went wrong. I would definitely be willing to try the recipe with a different type of apple!
Unome 9 months agoI added chopped pecans and drizzled the top with caramel topping after it cooled. My family still requests this dessert more often than any other dessert I make.
NutriNik 9 months agoGreat recipe. To cut calories I used Splenda and butter spread. To increase fiber I used 'high fiber' maple and brown sugar Quaker oatmeal and cut back on the brown sugar by a tablespoon. Was DEEELISH! Will be making again, very soon!
Jennelson1984 1 year agoFantastic! Thanks for posting!
sarahbaker2 1 year ago
Bamma62 1 year agoSimple to make and not too much cinn., etc.
mandieatkins 1 year ago
BayleeBarro 1 year agoYummy! Hit with the family.
patriciamonroy 1 year agoYummy, goes well with ice cream on the side. Will make again, thanks.
mrgsk 1 year agoVery good! Absolute hit with everyone. Added cinnamon to it and used Granny Smith tart apples. Will definitely make again.
jennyliz 1 year agoAmazing and amazingly easy :-) we made it twice this week!