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This was my first time making apple crisp, and it definitely wont be the last!! This was absolutely wonderful, I should have doubled the recipe because everyone wanted seconds!! And it was so, so easy to make!

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Dana-MMH February 04, 2002

This was wonderful!! The apples were tender and had a great brown sugar-cinnamon flavor. The topping is so crunchy good. I added a t vanilla to the egg. Otherwise followed the recipe. This one will be a repeat! Thanks, Charishma!

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MizzNezz September 24, 2002

Always been a favourite pudding, I like how the apple slices in this recipe are left to soak up the brown sugar, gave the pudding a lovely taste.

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Evie* November 29, 2001

This a keeper for sure...I followed the recipe and the topping was very crispy...Next time I wll have to double it also. It sure did not last. Just Wonderful..Thank You

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Braunda November 23, 2002

This is a great dessert. My family loved it and we usually don't eat Apple crisp. I especially like the topping, it is crunchy and I like the crunch.

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CaitieMac May 28, 2002

Great recipe! I added about 1 tbls. lemon juice to the apples, and 1 tbls. vanilla to the egg and butter. I think this would be good with some raisens or dried cranberries added, as well

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Marla in California May 21, 2002

wonderful, easy recipe!! Will definitely make this again!!

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Pam Bayne April 21, 2002

Typically I do not alter recipes the first time I try them, however, I was dissatisfied with the crust of this recipe prior to baking, particularly since the instructions say "pour" the flour mixture over the apples. The flour mixture, as written, is not pourable. I added milk to the flour mixture, approximately 1/2 cup, which made the flour mixture a little looser - thicker than a cake batter, looser than a bread dough. I spooned this over the apples and spread it a bit. When baked, the dough was perfect! I think this is a lovely recipe I will use over and over, however, I can't help but believe that a liquid was inadvertently omitted from the recipe. Yum!

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Fork & Spoon October 18, 2010

Apple Crisp is a family favorite in our house! This recipe works very well. I used my food processor to reduce the labor of slicing the apples. I increased the brown sugar by 1/4 cup to mix with the apples. I also increased the butter by 1 TBS for the topping. The topping was nice and crisp! Very nice recipe, Char! We enjoyed it very much!

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Bev February 16, 2003

This is way too sweet to my taste. However, I liked the combination of the crisp topping and soft apples, so I will try it again, using less sugar both for apples and for the topping.

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Nat L October 09, 2009
Apple Crisp