Bipsy Apple Teddy-er.. Tipsy Apple Betty

Total Time
1hr 5mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 45 mins

Here is a nice fall apple recipe. I live in Florida, so I really don't know what a season is.. but I have to go with the majority who claim this is fall. The Tipsy Apple Betty got it's origin from the fact that I have a bottle of Amaretto sitting around and I don't drink the stuff, so I've tried to add it to recipes I've made just to use it up. The Amaretto Corn Beef Hash was a disaster, but this recipe is fabulous! The topping creats a struesal cover for the tender appples, soaking up a nice cocktail of Amaretto and orange juice. The recipe is just as good without the liqueur, so if you don't have a 6 year old bottle hanging around...don't worry!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Place sliced apples in 9 inch pie plate and sprinkle with orange juice and Amaretto.
  3. Combine sugar, flour, and spices in a medium mixing bowl.
  4. Cut in butter until mixture is crumbly.
  5. Sprinkle mixture over apples evenly.
  6. Bake at 375 degrees F for 45 minutes until apples are tender and topping is crisp.
  7. May serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Most Helpful

This recipe is the best Apple Betty I have ever eaten. The depth of flavors were outstanding together, and the topping was the perfect type pastry to go with this dish. It crisped up nicely too. This was a splended desert that we all enjoyed very much. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Miss Annie March 26, 2003

Totally delicious. I made this the other night becaue I really love apple desserts (more than chocolate). I was looking for something easy but a little different from anything I had tried before. This fit the bill. The apples baked up soft and tender and honey, the amaretto and orange juice was scrump-ump-tious!! It had a nice crunchy topping, too. Thanks Dawn. This is something I would make again.

jerri822 February 08, 2003

I made this with apples we picked at a local orchard - no idea what they were. I also had a couple kiwi kicking around that needed to be used, so I sliced them and tossed 'em in. Very, very easy and super-tasty!! Recommended!

Randy H November 30, 2002