Easy Apple Crisp

After recovering from this nasty flu/cold bug, I had this craving for apple crisp. I think my poor taste bud was begging for something other than plain rice porridge. As I have apples growing in the backyard, what is better than home grown apple crisp. I went online to find different recipes and decided to make this one here which I thought was easy and delicious looking. After I baked this, I wished I had vanilla ice cream at home. Sigh....
I made some minor adjustment to the recipe. Instead of 1 cup of brown sugar for the topping, I used 3/4 cup instead. 
Instead of water, I used orange juice and added a dash of all spice. I cut sugar to 1/2 cup from 1 cup. I like apple crisp slightly tart. When it comes to dessert, I prefer on the less sweet side. All in all, I was able to enjoy this apple crisp in about 1.25 hours from start to finish. I spend most of the time peeling and slicing apple. The rest is quite easy. What about you, do you like apple crisp? Me, I adore with vanilla ice cream. Yum!

12 comments:

  1. Oh delicious! We made an apple crisp too but somehow didn't turn out that well.

    Hey, glad you got over the flu. Sucks feeling lousy.

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  2. Wow,
    this looks super easy and yummy! Thanks for the recipe! Sharon xx

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  3. Oooh now I'm going to make some too! THX!

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  4. I made apple crisp last night! I had four apples in the fridge and figured it'd make a nice little dessert by halving everything in a traditional crisp recipe. Perfection and we don't have the temptation of leftovers!

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  5. Sounds easy and delicious!

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  6. I love apple crisp! What a great way to put your apples to good use. Glad you're feeling better.
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  7. OK, just had an apple crisp in Barnes and Noble and it was sadly lacking in comparison to yours ....

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  8. I like oatmeal in the ingredient to add texture.

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  9. Thanks for this mini recipe, I just got tons of apples and don't know what to do with it!

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  10. Mmm I love apple crisp and this looks delish! A perfect dessert for this time of year.

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  11. wow this looks so amazing and yummy! I'm so sorry you were sick on Halloween!

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  12. oh this looks so good! thanks for sharing!

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