Crock Pot Apple Berry Crisp

"An easy and versatile dessert recipe for the crock pot."
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Ready In:
1hr 15mins




  • Remove crockery pot from heating element and turn on the heat to high to preheat the unit for 15 minutes.
  • In large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients except pie crust and stir until well mixed.
  • Roll pie crust into a circle slightly larger than crockery pot (size of circle will vary depending on your crock pot) and place crust into bottom of the pot; the crust should come up the sides of the pot about 1 inch and can be folded down to make a thicker crust"lip" if desired.
  • Spread apples and berries evenly over crust.
  • In small bowl, blend topping ingredients then sprinkle the mixture evenly over the fruit.
  • Place crockery pot into the preheated base.
  • Cover with the lid and cook on high for 1- 1/2 hours or until apples are tender.
  • Length of time depends on your crock pot, but leave the lid on the unit for at least 1 hour without removing it even once!
  • This is important to keep the moist heat in the crock pot.
  • Serve warm with ice cream and a dash of cinnamon.
  • If you prefer a brown crust, cook the unfilled crust in the crock pot for 15 minutes before adding the fruit filling and topping.

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  1. Very easy! Everybody enjoyed it - thanks for a healthy, tasty dessert!
  2. YUM!!! Simple and very good!! Slapped it together and put in the crockpot and let cook. I used Granny Smith Apples and fresh strawberries. I followed directions except didn't have a pie crust so subitutedrefrigerated crescents that I pressed together at seames to make dough. Turned out great my kids and hubby loved it!!! Thanks!!


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