Amish Apple Crisp

"Another wonderful Amish inspired dish. We serve this for dessert, or for breakfast. Very tasty!"
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  • Place apple mixture in a deep dish pie pan.
  • Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.
  • Mix topping ingredients, EXCEPT the cinnamon and butter, with a fork until blended.
  • Sprinkle topping over apples.
  • Drizzle melted butter over topping.
  • Sprinkle with cinnamon.
  • Bake at 375°F degrees for 40 minutes.

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  1. Delicious apple dish. Next time, I will stir in the cinnamon with the other topping ingredients to give the topping a little more flavor.
  2. I have been in search for an apple crisp recipe to suit my sweet tooth for many years. This has got to be the best. Thanx so much for helping me conclude my search.
  3. I've tried many apple crisp recipes and this one is a real winner! I love the crisp texture of the topping over the apples. I made exactly as the directions indicated by Miss Annie. So easy to prepare and a delight to serve! This very likely may become the standard apple crisp in this house! I thank you once again for a delightful recipe, Miss Ann!
  4. This was definitely a winner in our house. I used a combination of sliced apples, peaches and raisins. Served it piping hot with vanilla icecream - what a hit it was!! Thanks
  5. Very good, I stirred the cinnamon into the dry ingredients and it tasted great. I didn't have any oatmeal for a traditional crisp and am very glad that I didn't. My husband enjoyed this quite a bit. Quick and easy. Thank you.


  1. This apple crisp has become our favorite in the house. I have made it as written and also substituting the white flour for whole wheat pastry flour. Both are equally delicious. We make it with the whole wheat more often to ease our guilt of such a yummy dessert that doesn't last long in the house....
  2. So I made this last night...slightly preoccupied...I mistakenly put baking soda instead of powder in and also mixed the butter into the flour mixture. What I ended up with was more of a cake topping, which was fine, but it needed something. So I made a buttermilk glaze, which I substituted half and half for as I had no buttermilk and added a tablespoon of maple syrup to it. Poured the glaze over the top and voila! mistake actually turned out delicious. I had rave reviews, so I think I might keep making it this way.
  3. I used cardamon instead of cinnamon and I really loved it! I ate the whole thing myself throughout the week. It was too good to share :)
  4. Best ever... I made this gluten free. I used white rice flour instead of wheat flour, added 1/2 C brown sugar and reduced the white sugar to 1/4 C in the topping. Also, I mixed the apples with the sugar and cinnamon before putting in the pie plate. Then I increased the butter you drizzle of the topping to 1/2 C. Guess I can't leave recipes as they are.



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