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Apple Crisp

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Prep Time:

Cook Time:

30-40 Min

10 Min


16 Servings



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This is one of my absolute favorite desserts! The funny thing is that when I was a kid, I couldn’t stand it. I hated cooked apples. But when I grew up, I discovered that I loved it! For me it is best warm and fresh out of the oven with vanilla ice cream on the side. My husband prefers it cold straight out of the fridge. The apples with the warm crumble topping are the perfect combination. I like apple pie as well, but this really is my favorite.



10-12 Large Apples

¼ c. Butter

1 c. Sugar

2 tsp. Cinnamon

½ tsp. Nutmeg


2 c. Flour

1 c. Brown Sugar

1 c. Salted Butter

Bake 350°F for 45 minutes


1. Preheat the oven to 350°F.

2. Peel and core 10-12 large Apples. If you have an apple peeler, then this will go really quick. Here is a link to the one I use.

3. Melt ¼ c. Butter in a pan and sauté the apples for about 5 minutes until they start to soften.

4. Mix the Sugar, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg into the Apple Mixture and stir it until all the apples are coated. Put the apples in the bottom of a 9x13 glass baking dish.

5. In a separate bowl mix the Flour, Brown Sugar, and Butter. I mix this with a hand mixer until it is a crumble. If you mix it too much it will all end up sticking together. (See Picture)

6. Pour the crumble on top of the apples and spread it out evenly.

7. Bake at 350°F for 45 minutes, or until the top is a golden-brown color.

8. Enjoy by itself, with vanilla ice cream, or with some whipped cream.

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  • You can use any kind of apple for this recipe. I prefer using Fuji or Honey Crisp. They are a crisper apple, and I like to have a little crispness in my apple crisp.

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