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    By Lisa - Homeschooling Mom


    pickingapples Really Good Apple Crisp Recipe

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    We were out apple picking over the weekend. Was feeling very wholesome- went to Church ( okay, its my quasi-Unitarian not really church Church) then apple picking and made some apple crisp with my best friend.

    I am asked ALL the time for my apple crisp recipe- many raving saying it is the best apple crisp they have ever tasted… so will post here. I change up sometimes by adding nuts to topping, make it healthier apple crisp by using rolled oats intsead of flour and cutting down on margarine. I will also add raisins or some other types of fruit like rhubarb or strawberries. It all works.
    Doesn’t seem to matter how much I make- it all goes quickly.

    Best Apple Crisp Recipe

    Preheat oven to 375F

    cut up apples and put in buttered pan ( usually I double the recipe below and put in a 81/2 x 11 pan)

    Slice 4 cups tart apples ( I like Braeburn or Spartan)
    Sprinkle with cinnamon (or not) and toss with about 1-2 tsp of lemon juice.

    Blend mixture below until crumbly
    1/2 Cup Flour ( you can also use 1/4 C flour 1/4 c rolled oats and cut down on butter for “healthier” version)
    1/2 Brown Sugar ( fine to mix with white or just use white)
    1/4 Cup butter ( margarine fine- this is what I use)
    1/2 tsp salt

    “sprinkle” mixture above over apples. bake for about 3-45 mins.

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    2 Responses to “Really Good Apple Crisp Recipe”

    1. Instant French Says:
      October 15th, 2008 at 12:20 am

      I just LOL’ed at this: “quasi-Unitarian not really church Church”

    2. Fiona Erna Says:
      January 22nd, 2009 at 12:04 am

      On your picture, is it your son? He’s cute. Thanks for the recipe. Sound delicious.
      Is it applicable to any kind of apple? A bit hard to find red apple in my neighborhood lately. If green apple is OK, plan to make one on this weekend.

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