Thanks for this, I have never put a recipe for this in my book because I had an old fashioned home ec book from my youth that had the only one we've ever used. My late husband made this for our sons, and he made it so often that he committed the recipe to memory - I didn't know he had absolutely ruined the book that it was in. He loved to cook, and this has brought back so many great and wonderful memories! This is "his" recipe, and it is just as good as I remember it being! Thanks again! It is now going in my book, finally!
I have made this recipe three times in the last two weeks! My husband absolutely loves it and it was a great way to use the apples we picked from our local orchard. I followed the recipe exactly the first time but the second time I added a little vanilla extract to the water and it was even better. Thanks for sharing!
I like oats in my apple crisp, but my family does not, so I was pleased to find this recipe. I made it as written, without nuts, and it was one of the best apple crisps I've ever tasted. Thanks for posting!
I made this for my sister-in-law who loves apple crisp. This is very good. I added sugar/cornstarch to the apples. My hubbster is eating it right now. I would like to try adding apple cider instead of water. but as it is A+.
This was great. I don't mind oats in my Apple Crisp, but I was glad to try this version anyway. And it was really good. I almost missed adding pecans to the topping though, because they're not included in the ingredient list but are mentioned in Step 13, so I tossed a handful of chopped pecans to the topping mix at the last minute. And I'm glad I caught that oversight, because I thought the pecans were a great addition to this recipe. Thanks, Mrs. Goodall. Made for 2014 Culinary Quest (Pacific Northwest).
I have been looking for this recipe as I gave my books away and thought I had copied it. It is the best apple crisp ever!!! I use it for peaches too
Don't let the picture scare you away - it doesn't look flash but this was absolutely delicious and very easy to make. The spices were in no way overpowering and the added addition of the pecans really made it for me! This is a definite keeper now, divine. Thank you for sharing.
O'kay I made a full recipe and I thought the DH would enjoy as he hates crumbles/crisps that have oats but this had none but no he would not try it (decided he wasn't big on stewed fruit but loves apples pie so go figure) well that was his loss for this was a lovely dessert served with French vanilla yoghurt that the DH. Dm and I thoroughly enjoyed though the only change for dietary reasons I made to half the sugar amount and well there is enough left over for tomorrow nights dessert, thank you Mrs Goodall, made for Name that Ingredient,
I've made apple crisp for years and always used oats - I made this recipe exactly as described and it is by far the best apple crisp I've ever made. Slam dunk. Home run. This is my new favorite recipe.
My mother in law raved about it...that about sums it up.