Recipe by MemphisMommy
This recipe is a form of apple crisp that I have made since I was a teenager. It is the only one I use and it consistently tastes good...no matter what type of apples are used. I have substituted Splenda sugar for both the brown and white sugars called for in this recipe and it comes out tasting just as good, although the 'crisp' part has a little different texture to it, but not bad. I only recommend using real butter in this recipe. This is the type of comfort food that you can have a big bowl of, climb back into bed, and eat under the warmth of the comforters when it is freezing cold outside....I love it! I usually double the recipe and freeze one dish for use later. Just thaw in refrigerator and reheat if you want it warm.
Top Review by **Tinkerbell**
Delicious! I cut this recipe in half to serve 3 of us & used three 6oz ramekins. The topping was not exactly what I expected, based on making apple crisps in the past, but as it turned out we really enjoyed the caramel-like flavor of it. DH who generally doesn't like the flavor of cinnamon, really liked it in this dish. We'll be sure to make the full recipe next time! :D Thanks for sharing, MemphisMommy!
- 473.18 ml sliced apples
- 177.44 ml sugar
- 14.79 ml flour
- 14.79 ml cinnamon
- 118.29 ml brown sugar
- 118.29 ml flour
- 118.29 ml oatmeal
- 118.29 ml butter, melted
- 0.59 ml baking soda
- 0.59 ml baking powder
Directions See How It's Made
- Mix apples, sugar, flour and cinnamon in a large bowl until apples are evenly covered in sugar mixture.
- Spoon apple mixture into a 8 x 8 inch baking dish.
- In the same bowl used to mix the apples, mix the brown sugar, flour, oatmeal, melted butter, baking soda and baking powder.
- Spoon the mixture (dollop) on top of apples.
- Bake in a 350 degree Fahrenheit oven for 30 minutes or until topping is golden brown.
- Serve warm by itself or with ice cream, or eat it cold out of the refrigerator.