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Happy weekend!! We are still busy over here with getting settled in. I know Ken and I will be utterly happy when we don't have to do anything extra to do...just a normal day-to-day routine plus our dates on the weekends. We will at least be on more of a schedule this coming week, as our kiddos start at their new school! And I've managed to get on a bit of a schedule with work, with just a few extra things on my to-do. I hope you all have a good weekend and enjoy some of my favorite links from the week. Grab a cup of coffee and sit back and relax. Image via Chevrons & Eclairs.

Mini Apple Crisps



I love an old-fashioned apple pie, but I don't always have the time to make a crust from scratch. An apple crisp or crumble is a delicious and fast way to make a rustic apple dessert.

I like to make mine in single-serving bakeware. It's so cute and perfect for dinner parties. I've been making crisps a lot the last few Falls, and I think I've finally perfected my topping recipe. It's so simple and delicious, and it's perfect for Fall. You can use the crust recipe for any kind of fruit crumble. I hope you enjoy the recipe as much as I do.


INGREDIENTS

For Apple Filling:
*4 medium granny smith apples
*juice of 1 lemon
*1 tspn vanilla extract
*juice of 1 lemon
*1/2 tsp nutmeg
*1 tbs cinnamon
*1/2 tsp ginger
*3 tbsp light brown sugar

For Topping:
*2 C Old Fashioned Oats
*1 C light brown sugar
*1 C flour
*2 sticks melted butter
*1/2 tsp salt
*(dash of nutmeg and cinnamon optional)

INSTRUCTIONS

1. Preheat oven to 450 F.

2. Peel and cube apples and mix with apple filling ingredients. *Best to chill at least 1 hour to let the flavors marinate with the apples.

3. Combine the dry ingredients of the topping mixture in a medium bowl. Mix it together with your hands to lighlty break up the oatmeal. *Leave some of the oats intact.

4. Melt 2 sticks of butter and stir it into the topping mixture.

5. Fill your mini casserole dishes or a medium baking dish with the apple filling and generously top with the oatmeal mixture.

6. Bake at 450 F for 25-30 min. until topping is golden brown and apple filling is bubbling.



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Comments

  1. I LOVE apple crisp! If I could bake worth a ****, I'd try your recipes!

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    1. Well, if you ever give it a whirl, this recipe is certainly one of the easiest, Norma!

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