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Tina’s Apple Crisp

When we brought the apples home from the orchard, I had several different recipes that I wanted to make with them.  It only took me a matter of hours to make three recipes making a sizeable dent in the apples that we picked.   This recipe comes from Tina at Carrots N Cake.  I think every week since apple season has started she has mentioned her apple crisp recipe in one form or another.  Every time I read about it I think about making it, but I never have apples – well now I do! When I went to check out the recipe, I was excited not only by the fact that it looked delicious but that it seemed SO easy to make! You can find the recipe here.

Tina's Apple Crisp

I was not disappointed.  It was very easy to make and delcious!  One of the things that I really enjoyed about it is that since we chopped our apples pretty small, there weren’t really large chunks of apple in it like there would be in a pie.  I love apples, but not so much the texture of them baked.  Since they were small though, they all just kind of softened together and made a nice applesauce-like texture.  And of course the sugar and buttery topping doesn’t hurt either 🙂 The hardest part is waiting for it to cool off a bit once you take it out of the oven.

Ease: A-, I’m not giving it a sold A only because you do have to chop and peel the apples which does take a bit of work.  Other than that it is very easy.
Taste:A+, really good.  Just sweet enough to be a dessert (or a sweet snack) but not over the top.

Would I make it again? Definitely.  Easy and delicious are always a win!

2 Responses

  1. I’m so happy you made this! It’s one of my favorite recipes!

    I actually don’t peel my apples when I make it. I just chop them up and throw them in a baking pan. It definitely speeds up the process!

    • oooh, good to know! I was afraid that leaving he skins on would make it a weird texture.

      We will definitely be doing it that way next time!

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