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Apple Crisp Recipe

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Apple Crisp, which is also known as apple crumble in the United Kingdom makes a great dessert. Chances are you have probably enjoyed apple crisp on a few different occasions. If you have not, or you’re just looking for a really good recipe, I highly recommend trying this one.  This is a great way to make good use of your apples at this time of year. Apple crisp is basically sliced apples topped with an oat/flour mixture that is baked in the oven. You can either choose to leave the apple skins on or peel them. I have tried this both ways and the dish turned out fantastic. To save time I used an apple peeler/slicer device rather than doing it by hand with a knife. This dessert dish is great served warm or cold. Personally, I prefer the dish to be a little warm when I eat it. It also goes great with vanilla ice cream! Great for the holidays or just as a dessert, give this one a try. Enjoy.
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(Makes 4 Servings)

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Apple Crisp Recipe

  • Author: Bobby


  • 4 medium apples (peeled, cored and sliced)
  • ¾ cup packed brown sugar
  • ½ cup all-purpose flour
  • ½ cup rolled oats
  • ¾ teaspoon cinnamon
  • ¾ teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1/3 cup butter (softened)



  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Put sliced apples into the bottom of an 8 or 9 inch lightly greased baking dish.
  2. In a bowl combine brown sugar, flour, oats, cinnamon, nutmeg, and butter. Mix until well combined.
  3. Spread the oat/brown sugar mixture over the sliced apples.
  4. Place into the oven and bake for 35 minutes.


  1. Eve says:

    This looks incredible. I like the fact that it has a more ‘rustic’ feel to it. They used to serve apple crumble at school in a huge tray and it always looked so perfect and cllinical almost. This way is much better, proper comfort bowl food! I also recommend trying it with warm custard!

  2. emerald says:

    oohhh..we hav something like this in the philippines,we just use coconut instead of apple..its delicious thou

  3. Carcia says:

    Hi Bob!! Nice to meet your blog!!! Thanks a lot for all the recipes!!

    This recipe doesn’t look just great, it taste really great!! I made this recipe last night and it was delicious! The best!!!
    Everyone who wants to make a very good desert can make this one with no doubts!!!

  4. N says:

    made this a few weeks ago and was delicious! had to reduce the heat a little as mine seemed to be burning a bit on the top =)

  5. Megan says:

    hey bobby,
    I’m going to make this for a dinner party sunday. what apples would you recommend to be best for baking. Also, for saving time I was thinking about peeling and slicing the apples the night before. This may be a silly question, but would that change anything about the taste? I just know apples brown pretty fast so I was just wondering.

  6. Kathie says:

    Hey there, well these instructions are rather late, lol nut if anyone reading this may want this info for themselves at a later date , well here it is !
    First of all Macintosh apples are by far the sweetest and softest apples best used in recipes as such, baked, or pies etc… As far as preparing the night before, of course you can. In order to prevent them from turning brown, all you have to do is place the apples in a bowl of COLD water and you can either put about a few tablespoons of vinegar in the water,or lemon or lime juice if you have some, or you can mix some baking soda, about 1 tsp. into 1 cup of cold water and add that to the water/apple mixture and place in the fridge overnight until your ready for them. Then remove them from the fridge and be sure to rinse them out well when ready to use. If you follow these simple instructions your apples should not brown. Good-Luck !

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