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Toni, this is another winner! No one will guess that this is so healthy and low fat. I'd like to try this using Splenda rather than regular sugar and maybe add a few cranberries...ah, for next time! Delicious, sweet combination and generous servings! MERP'd for Potluck Tag.

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DuChick February 25, 2009

I have tried all sorts of crisps....I try not to eat to many but they are soooo good. The only thing about this recipe that I would change is using brown sugar...it is so much richer. I also like to put cream on like a bowl of cereal for breakfast but anyway you serve it whether it be whipped cream, ice cream or 1/2 1/2...crisps are one of my favorite treats.

TJ

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tbark82003 October 06, 2010

Delicious and healthy too ( for a dessert that is).
I think I would use less granny smith apples and more of the sweeter apples.
Cranberries would be good as well as walnuts.
Vanilla ice cream is a must!

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maureen19 October 05, 2010

I needed a crisp recipe that made large servings, but were still around 200 calories. This one fit the bill and did not disappoint. Delicious! My apples were not very flavorful, so I added extra cinnamon and ginger. I can't wait to have more, this time with a skinny cow ice cream bar slid on top of it! Yum!

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Snowpeas June 11, 2011

Made this recipe using one pear, two Granny Smith and one Golden Delicious. Was definitely enough fruit. I tripled the cinnamon--which I'd do again--and doubled the oatmeal--which I would NOT do again, as it resulted in a hard instead of crisp topping. Very good recipe. Thank you for posting!

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Scribbler515 October 18, 2010
Apple Pear Crisp (3 Ww Points)