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easy and delicious!
This is so easy and tastes wonderful! I doubled the recipe and used apples we picked at a local orchard. I think I only baked mine for 15 minutes, as my apples were small. Any longer and my topping would have burned, too, so keep an eye on it. The topping had a nice crunch. Make sure your apples are all the way covered by the topping because any exposed pieces will dry out.
I made two individual servings of this for myself and my DH and it disappeared quickly. It was delicious! And so very easy to make. I put it in the oven right before sitting down to dinner and it was warm and ready when we were. I am looking forward to trying this with pears, peaches, blackberries....all sorts of fruit. Such an easy, tasty dessert.
Very, very easy and good too. I microwaved it and it would probably be alot better in the oven, but we needed dessert quick and it worked! Thanks.
This was easy and fast in the microwave. We loved it. Thanks for the recpe
This recipe is awesome. This recipe is a life saver for my sweet tooth! Perfect for when I come home from class and want something sweet but don't feel like making a big ordeal. After slicing and peeling the apple, I tossed it with a little bit of granulated sugar and cinnamon to give it a little more flavor. I also added a bit of granulated sugar to the topping because I was running out of brown sugar the last time I made it. I served it with vanilla haagen dasz. Yum!!!
Yum! I made this as dessert after a nice supper of potato soup and rolls. I used small ramekins and used 3/4 of an apple each dish. Just the perfect amount of apple to crisp topping and wonderful served with a scoop of melting vanilla ice cream!
Wasn't sure if I could use a very firm pear, but it worked! I used the microwave method since it was so much quicker. This is a definite keeper recipe for extra fruit laying around. Thanks!
I made this morning for breakfast. Pretty fast and tasty. I did cook it in the oven as I wanted the kitchen to warm up. The apples were just soft enough but not mushy. I made this with a tart apple and that was a good thing as this was a bit sweet - it might be that I had previously cut up the apples and tossed them with brown sugar and cinnamon before I knew what I was going to do with them. It was also a bit juicy but I liked that. Thanks for a good breakie
I am hereby admitting to extreme doubt about this recipe. I figured a crisp in the microwave would be really watery. I am, however, pregnant and in need of quick single serving sweets so I tried it. I take it all back. This was perfect. I substituted white sugar for brown only because it was all I had and used a pear. The fruit was perfectly tender without being mushy and somehow, the top formed a nice crust on the top. This makes absolutely no sense to me but believe me, I will be eating without questioning for the next 5 months...and probably long after!