Apple crisp is a perfect fall dessert, and this is an easy apple crisp recipe. Just as crisp apples are available in abundance, apple crisp is one of the many delicious ways to use the versatile apple in baking.
This is an easy apple crisp recipe using simple everyday ingredients and a few easy steps to prepare for the oven. Enjoy- apple crisp is fall in a dish!
Easy Apple Crisp
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 cup uncooked oatmeal
1/3 cup butter
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup flour
1. Slice apples in baking dish (peeled or unpeeled).
2. Sprinkle cinnamon and white sugar over apples.
3. Mix remaining ingredients with a fork and sprinkle on apples.
4. Bake at 350 degrees F for 35 minutes.
Other Great Apple Desserts
Looking for something other than apple crisp to make for your next gathering or dessert binge? Check out these ideas:
Maple-apple upside down cake. If you're looking for a dessert that encompasses everything fall, this is it. Maple-apple upside down cake is both sweet and tart, offering the best of both worlds. The maple syrup will soak into both the apples and the cake, giving this dessert a truly amazing flavor profile.
Apple pie. There's no going wrong with this absolute classic. Lots of people love apple pie, so this is sure to be a safe option for any gathering. You can use any type of apple you want, but we recommend Granny Smith or Golden Delicious. Try to pick apples that are rated as good for baking!
Apple cake. If apple pie is boring but you still want something relatively straightforward, then apple cake is for you. This delicious cake can be topped with a toffee crunch for added flavor, or just left as-is. It's great as a snack, a dessert, or a breakfast treat!
Apple and brown butter custard tart. Looking for something that will impress your family and friends without breaking your wallet or driving you mad? Apple and brown butter custard tarts might be just for you then. This is another dessert that wonderfully blends sweet and tart flavors.
Apple pandowdy. This is essentially apple pie in casserole form. Pastry purists might disagree, but either way this is a wonderful dish for sharing. You can use one type of apple, or a mix of apples in this dish. It's a fun spin on the classic apple pie that your friends and family will surely love.
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