Winning Apple Crisp
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 1 hour
The recipe was good and I loved it.
This crisp is very good. Like others, I used half of the sugars and it was still very good.
It turned out great, but I did cut the sugar in half for both the filling and crumble part. I also put in a little salt
The crumb topping is good but the sugar part with the apples is way to sweet.
I tried the receipt because is was an award winner, and it was my first time making apple crisp, however, I have tried a coworkers apple crisp and it was one of the best. I will make this receipe again because it was easy to follow instructions. The con, overpowered with sugar=4*
Didn't turn out well.
Yummy - can’t wait to prepare this ‘scrumptious’ dish of Apple Dessert! Thanks for submitting it!!
It’s a good easy to make recipe. Based on other reviews, I only used a third of the white sugar and 3/4 of the brown sugar. Came out great! The right amount of sweetness! I’ll make it again!
Too sweet. Didn’t care for all the oatmeal either.
This is the best apple recipe ever! There's no need to make an apple pie with crust after making this gem. It is extremely simple and the taste is phenomenal. If you love apple pie a la mode, this is the recipe for you! I get requests for it over and over again. The only change I make is adding an extra apple or so until the apples are piled high in the pan. I also split the apple varieties and use honeycrisp and granny smith. I use a little more granny smith than honeycrisp. Usually about (3-4) honey crisps to (4-5) granny smiths - dependent on apple size.