How to Make an Apple Crisp | Get Cookin’ |

This apple fall apart recipe is the ideal way to invite fall. Filled with relaxing autumnal flavors like cinnamon and nutmeg, you'll want to make this apple fall apart all season long.

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  1. *Whoever’s reading this, I hope that whatever you’re going through gets better and whatever you’re struggling or worrying about will be fine and that everyone has a fantastic day! Amen*

  2. I LOVE apple or peach CRISPS but you rarely see peeps posting recipes for crisps. Thank you. Most peeps make apple or peach cobbler but I’m not crazy about soggy treats.

  3. Would absolutely be perfect if oats were added but it does look amazing!

  4. How many cups?
    The only thing that you gave accuracy is temperature and time
    If you are going to give a recipe we need to know MEASUREMENTS

    1. No biggie so it doesn’t have oatmeal. I’m sure it is delicious. And that’s what matters

  5. In uk we call this a crumble! Love homemade crumbles! Rhubarb crumble is amazing

  6. I used Granny Smith apples for my apple crisp, which has oats in the topping. I sliced them very thinly, but they stayed crunchy, which I hate. I wasn’t happy with it. I need a different kind of apple.

    1. I don’t care for just Granny Smith either. I use Honeycrisp or Envy or Jazz or pretty much anything except red Delicious. But even so, apples just need to cook longer than berries, and I usually precook the apple slices on the stove until somewhat softened.

    1. In the US, “flour” means all purpose bleached (white) wheat flour unless named otherwise such as rice flour, corn flour, cake flour, bread flour, whole wheat flour.

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