15 Reviews

LOVED IT LOVED IT LOVED IT! Quick, simple, and delicious. I also added a little more than a dash of allspice and have used lime juice instead of lemon juice. I had to make two in one day because at the first taste it was gone by 8:00 am.

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atwblondie July 24, 2008

The apples (I used Organic Honeycrisp) were great! BUT, the crisp part of the receipe was not all that good. Became soggy within a few hours because of the moisture in the apples. Not worth the 1/2 cup of butter that the crisp needed, healthwise.

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vbogardus October 30, 2015

I made this for a work dessert and it was a huge hit! People said it was the best they ever had. I did double the cinnamon and it tasted great. I used the diabetic version and no one could even tell.

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cyradis19 October 02, 2008

Sometimes I like just a simple crisp topping, not oatmeal or nuts and this fit the bill perfectly! I used orange juice instead of lemon and apple pie spice instead of cinnamon. I added a pinch of salt to the crust to bring out the sweetness. It made a lovely apple crisp with a rich, crisp topping and we loved it with Coolwhip. Thanks, Carole in Orlando

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carole in orlando September 11, 2007

a huge hit in my house. Was requested again 2 days later after it was gone. 7 fiji apples was too much for one so I just doubled the recipe into 2 8x8 pans

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vron_1999 April 23, 2016

Easy to make. For diabetic - friendly, go one step further by using the Splenda Brown Sugar Blend as well as Splenda for all the sugars. Works great and you can cut the brown sugar in half using the blend. Just as sweet and the crumble bakes up the same. I enjoy cinnamon in apple crisp and added 1 teaspoon of it.

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allyrn7779 November 03, 2015

I followed directions as written but did not get the best results. The topping was too sweet and it didnt bake to a nice crispy texture. I baked it for an additional 20 minutes, totaling 60 minutes because my apples were not all tender. I will not attempt again.

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#1Bruin August 15, 2013

Thanks for posting!!! This was heaven in a bowl :) Used McIntosh apples and baked according to directions. I have more apples so guess what I'm making!!!

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Sue's Kitchen October 12, 2011

This was a delicious dessert, and so easy! I made this with my middle school students and it turned out great! My husband and I made it for Thanksgiving dinner at my in-laws', and his grandma liked it so much she called later and requested that we make it for Christmas dinner at her house!

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kristalynee December 23, 2010

Loved it, made it last week and again today. Thanks so much for a great and oh so easy recipe. Yummy.......

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poshy June 06, 2009
Quick & Easy Apple Crisp