Where has Summer gone? Hard to believe that September is here and, with it, the start of cooler weather and preparations for Fall! And just in time, Old Fashioned Apple Crisp is on the menu at our house! And I’m happy to share the recipe with you!
Fall is my most favorite season of the year! The weather begins to get cooler. Harvest is just around the corner. And apples come in season! This Old Fashioned Apple Crisp is a delicious way to use those plentiful apples! I prefer to use Granny Smith apples for this recipe. The tart flavor of the apples paired with the sugary cinnamon sweetness of the other ingredients in Old Fashioned Apple Crisp is amazing!
Bringing this delicious Fall dessert together is pretty simple, too! The most time consuming thing about this recipe is peeling and slicing the apples. But hey! Old Fashioned Apple Crisp is definitely worth a little extra effort!
First, preheat the oven to 350’F. Then, after the apples are sliced, but before you add the other ingredients, be sure to add lemon juice to the slices and toss to give them all a good coating. The addition of the lemon juice will help to keep your apples from turning brown.
Next, add the remaining filling ingredients to your sliced apples and fold to coat the apple slices evenly. Then pour them into a greased baking dish, making sure to spread them evenly in the bottom.
Next, using a food processor, pulse together the oats, flour, brown sugar and cinnamon.
Then add the cubed butter and pulse a few more times. The topping will be crumbly and a little chunky. That’s okay! 🙂
Next, evenly spread the topping over the apple slices. Then drizzle the apple juice over the topping. Bake in preheated oven for 45-50 minutes, or until the apples are ‘fork tender’ and the topping is golden brown! YUM!!
Old Fashioned Apple Crisp is not only simple, but SOOO delicious!
I hope you all enjoy! I’d love to get your feed back on this or any other recipe here at Cornfed Creations! So feel free to drop me a line or two! Have a great week! Lisa 🙂
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