Ready in 45 minutes
A simple dessert that's served great with ice cream!
"I like this recipe. Very tasty served as lunch leftovers the next day.
My only suggestion is to add a bit more thickening agent when baking to ensure sauce is nice and thick. following recipe exactly as indicated left sauce a bit too thin and watery.
Very pleased with flavor. Got raves at a dinner party recently."- Gerry.b
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1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
2. Toss the apples in the white sugar, 1 tbsp flour, nutmeg, and ground cinnamon. Place the sliced apples in a 9x13 pan (Might not need water. The blending of apples with sugar brings out moisture). Pour water evenly all over.
3. Combine the oats, 1 cup flour, brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda and cut the butter into the mixture. Crumble evenly over apple mixture.
4. Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes.
The topping is doubled for a 9x13.
els9 3 months agoThe instructions call for 2 cups of flour and the instructions call for 1. It seems like maybe 2 cups is too much.
sheilasmith 3 months agoThis recipe makes A LOT!! Currently there are four adults living in my household and we've still eaten it almost every night for 5 nights. It is very good, especially with ice cream and I'm sure I'll make it again...but I'll divide the recipe in half next time.
msslove 10 months ago
maryscheftnerbeckwatts 1 year agoThought a little too sweet - great in very small quantity, like a topping for ice cream
MJ25 1 year agoSo easy and soo delicious.
Hoch74 1 year agoHave made this twice in the last 2 weeks! It is excellent!! You can cut the recipe in half, and it works just as well!! A definite keeper!!
mizzariel314 1 year ago
Phelpsleslea 1 year agoThis was great! My family can't get enough of it! We topped ours off with vanilla ice cream when it was still warm.
emmieannbarbosa 1 year agoThis was absolutly yummy
csunshine7313 2 years agoVery good. I added a 1/4 of rum extract and let the apple mixture sit for about 10 to get the juices started. Will definitely be making this again!
Gerry.b 2 years agoI like this recipe. Very tasty served as lunch leftovers the next day. My only suggestion is to add a bit more thickening agent when baking to ensure sauce is nice and thick. following recipe exactly as indicated left sauce a bit too thin and watery. Very pleased with flavor. Got raves at a dinner party recently.
Mfults 2 years agoJust perfect, used granny smith apples :-)
Ashco03 2 years agoI love this recipe! I made it for thanksgiving and it was a hit. There was no need for the water bc the apples released enough juice.
TAPalmer 2 years agoMy husband LOVES this!! Especially with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on it! I didn't add any water (the sugar made the apples very juicy!) and adjusted the topping, heat, and cook time due to high elevation (I used only 1/8 tsp of soda and powder - cooked it at 360 for 30 min)