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Nov 9, 2012


One of my favorite fall treats is apple crisp.  Last year, I had a friend who really loved it, so I made it all the time.  I've only made it a few times this year, but since it's one of the easiest baked goods to make ever, I thought I'd share my recipe.

Take note that when it comes to baking, I'm a "pinch here", "dash there" kind of gal...and apple crisp just gels with that style.

1. grab yourself some apples, any type will work, but softer apples like macintosh are really good.  depending on the size of the pan you hope to make, you'll probably need anywhere from 5-10 or more

2. slice up those apples and toss them with some cinnamon and sugar, til they're coated

3. throw your apples into a pan (note that your apples should be a few layers thick...they will bake down quite a bit!)

4. make your crumbs.  everyone does this differently, but my favorite way to do it is with a stick of softened (not melted) butter, a cup of flour, a cup of sugar, and a couple of spoonfuls of brown sugar (not too much brown sugar...it melts and your crumbs can get weird).  throw all of the ingredients into a bowl and mix them up with a pastry cutter, fork, or your hands.  basically, until they're crumbly.  you'll know when they're done.  i always start with my pastry cutter and once the butter is pretty well coated, go in with my hands.

5. top your apples with your crumbs.

6. bake at 375 for about 45 minutes.

{variation}:  for an apple crumb pie, you just follow all the same steps, but you put them in a pie crust instead of a pan.



  1. Yum! This sounds/looks so tasty!

  2. I bake the same way!! This looks fabulous!


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