Potluck Apple Crisp
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 25 min.
MakesAbout 16 servings
This is my favorite apple crisp recipe ever! The crust is nice and crisp with great flavor and cooking the apples ahead of time makes them so nice and tender but not mushy. I add extra cinnamon because I LOVE cinnamon and feel that you can never have too much. But other than that, I follow the recipe exactly. The only reason I don't make it more often is because I can't stop myself from eating it... ALL of it!
Please, can I make it ahead of time and freeze it?
Can you bake this ahead of time and freeze it?
Very good. When I make it again & I will, I'll make more of the crust ingredients. Would like a thicker crust.
VERY GOOD. Followed recipe exactly.
This is delicious! I used 1/2C applesauce instead of the oil and I added some cloves and allspice to spice it up some more. Yum!! Thanks for sharing!
mmmmm divine. The way you cook the apples first makes a huge difference in the finished product - tender apples and a crispy crust, not a burnt crust.
I'm sure you've received answers to your question, but for my 2-cents worth, I've tried both the Red Delicious and the Granny Smith. I chose the loose individual apples over the bargain bagged apples because I've found the individuals are more crunchy and not like styrofoam like the bagged bargin applies. I really think the crunch is the factor, not so much the tartness of the apple.
So easy and made with ingredients that are usually on hand anyway. I had too many apples and wanted to do something with them, and glad I did! Next time I think I'd cut down on the brown sugar. This would also be great with some fresh cherries added in with the apples. Next time!
I brought this Apple Crisp to a family Thanksgiving dinner and everyone thought it was fantastic. Will definitely make again and again.A. C. Whitman, Ma