You can also use this tantalizing recipe to make peach crisp (which I HIGHLY recommend.) Very easy and delightful. At its best when served hot. Use fresh fruit whenever possible.
- Heat oven to 375°F.
- Lightly grease a 13x9 glass pan.
- Cut fruit into slices (removing pit or seeds) and layer in bottom of pan.
- Mix dry ingredients in a medium sized bowl and then cut in butter with a pastry cutter (cut until crumbly).
- Sprinkle mixture over fruit.
- Bake for 30-35 minutes.
- Top should be browned.
- Serve with ice cream or whipped cream.
This was an excellent apple crisp. I chose it because it served 8 instead of 4 or 6, but I will make it again because it was so good. The flavors were jusr right and I liked that it wasn't syrupy. The fresh apple taste came through clearly. I used 7 large apples and it made 10 - 12 large servings for me. . Thanks so much!
This is good, but I'm embarrassed to say I would have preferred cinnamon only, rather than the cinnamon/nutmeg mix here. I have enjoyed these same two spices in these proportions in a quick bread, so expected to like them here, too. The apple crisp is also quite sweet - this may have been my fault for not allowing for the sweetness of the fuji apples I used. Thank you for helping me define my preferences.
I have made quite a few different apple crisp recipes and this one wins! Crispy, crunchy topping, not too sweet, not soupy or runny. Perfect. We ate it warm with whipped cream on top. Delicious!