How To Make The BEST Apple Crisp You Have Ever Tasted!
I am heading to a potluck today! What am I going to make? It's got to have apples in it, that is for sure!
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10 or more apples. I recommend a nice tart apple or a good baking apple
1 1/2 C Brown Sugar
1 C Flour
1 C Oats
1 C Butter
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp salt
Prepare a 9x13 pan
Fill pan with sliced apples
Mix other ingredients and put over the apples
Bake at 375 for 45 minutes
Serve with vanilla ice cream or home made whip cream
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Apple Raisin Crisp
Kellogg's Apple Raisin Crisp cereal. This was one of my favorites. Aired December 5, 1985.
Minute® Apple Cinnamon Rice Crisp
A comfort food favorite. Try this warm apple crisp with oatmeal, rice, walnuts and raisins.
Warm Apple Raisin Crisp
Tonight for a treat, we are making warm apple raisin crisp with fresh ingredients. A great alternative to apple pie with a dough crust. Come have dinner with us ❤️
CRC | Wellness | Apple-Raisin Crumble | Healthy Recipe
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8 medium apples (6 Macintosh, Jonathan or Gala and 2 Granny Smith)
Raisins: ⅓ cup
Packed Dark Brown Sugar: 2 tablespoons + 1 tablespoon
Vanilla Extract: 1 teaspoon
Cornstarch: 1 tablespoon
12 Gingersnap cookies
Canola Oil: 1 tablespoon
Ground Cinnamon: ½ teaspoon
Honey or syrup: ~ 2 tablespoons
1. Preheat oven: 350°F
2. In a mixing bowl :
- Raisins: ⅓ cup,
- Packed Dark Brown Sugar: 2 tablespoons,
- Vanilla Extract: 1 teaspoon
- Cornstarch: 1 tablespoon
- 8 medium apples (6 Mcintosh, Jonathan or Gala and 2 Granny Smith)
3. Toss gently until cornstarch is dissolved
4. Place it in a baking dish and set aside
5. Place cookies in a plastic bag and crush them to the texture you like
6. In a small mixing bowl add the remaining ingredients:
- 12 gingersnap cookies
- Ground Cinnamon: ½ teaspoon
- Packed Dark Brown Sugar: 1 tablespoon
- Canola Oil: 1 tablespoon
7. Stir to blend and sprinkle over the apples
8. Bake uncovered for 45 minutes
9. Remove from heat and put honey or maple syrup and let it stand for 10 minutes
10. Store cooled and covered leftovers
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Cracker Barrel Fried Apples - CopyKat.com
Cracker Barrel Fried Apples are so good, and did you know you can make this recipe at home, and in your own kitchen. It is easy to make these fried apples, apples, cinnamon, butter, and brown sugar make ordinary apples into something delicious. Try this copy cat recipe tonight. You can find the exact recipe at
Hi, this is Stephanie Manley with CopyKat.com. Hey, today I'm going to show
you how to make Boston Market sweet potato casserole that tastes just like
it does when it comes from the Boston Market. How about that? So we're
going to begin with the obvious, and that would be sweet potatoes. Now for
this recipe, I like to use between four and a half to five pounds of sweet
potatoes to make a 13 by 9 inch baking dish.
So I'm going to begin by simply wrapping my sweet potatoes with foil. You
don't need to wash them. You don't need to put any oil on them. You don't
need to do anything to them, but wrap them in foil, and then I'm going to
bake them in the oven for approximately an hour.
How do you know when a sweet potato's done? Well, you stick a fork in it
and if goes all the way in, it's nice and soft, it's done. Now my potatoes
are done, and they are straight from the oven, and they are screaming hot,
so don't touch them right now. Let them cool off a little bit, and then
once that happens, you can peel the skin.
You can see I'm just peeling the skin right here. You can also see the
steam rise, so again be careful when these potatoes are hot, because wow,
it's a hot potato, and playing a game of hot potato for one is not a lot of
fun. So just go ahead and peel off the skin, and we're going to begin to
mash them. You know just like you would regular mashed potatoes.
So I'm going to let you in on a little secret, I love to layer flavors. I
think things taste so good that way. I'm adding a 16 ounce can of sweet
potato puree and about a half a stick of butter. Why? Paula Deen told me
to. No, actually it just tastes good with a little bit of butter.
Since these potatoes are still hot, I am going to go ahead and let the heat
of the potatoes melt the butter. Then I'm going to begin to add in
everything else, and that is two large size eggs. I'm going to add in a
teaspoon of salt, because salt always helps pick up the flavor a little
bit. Now I'm going to add about half a teaspoon of vanilla, and then I'm
going to add a teaspoon of ground cinnamon. Then I'm going to add half a
teaspoon of nutmeg.
Then we're going to stir this up a little bit more. You can see the butter
is melting just fine. So then I'm going to add about a half cup of dark
brown sugar. Then we're going to blend this together, and it's going to
take about a half cup of heavy cream. And there you go we're just going to
blend this in perfectly, and that's all it takes for the base of our sweet
Now it's time for the streusel, my favorite part. I am going to start out
with a half cup of all-purpose flour. Then I am going to add one cup of
dark brown sugar. I really like the way dark brown sugar tastes, and it has
such a lovely caramel color. Now whenever I use brown sugar I always pick
up the dark brown sugar.
Just a pinch of salt and then a cup of quick oats, those are the kind that
cook almost immediately that you may have for breakfast. Then we're going
to add in about a half teaspoon of cinnamon. I'm going to go ahead and
give this a quick stir. If you need to break up your brown sugar, go ahead
and use your fingers, break it up. And then, can you guess? We're going to
add in well, this time a whole stick of butter, so and then we're going to
stir this up, and make that lovely streusel topping. Now we are going to
go ahead and assemble our sweet potato casserole. Now here come our sweet
potatoes that we have mixed very well. Again, I'm putting this in a 9 by 13
Now this is going to serve a lot of people. And the next thing I'm going to
do is stick on about two cups of miniature marshmallows. I'm just kind of
sprinkling these evenly across the sweet potatoes. The next thing I'm going
to do, I'm going to put on that streusel topping. I like a lot of streusel
topping. I like it to be at least a good quarter inch thick, and then I'm
just going to layer that on, and this is going to be fabulous.
If you want to make apple cobblers, just season up your apples. A little
bit of salt, sugar, a little lemon juice, and you can put the same topping
over them and bake them up. So anyway, we're going to put this in the oven
for about 30 to 45 minutes, and there you go. You have a sweet potato
casserole, just like they do at the Boston Market. So you can find more
great recipes at CopyKat.com
Gluten free dessert recipe-Sparky's kitchen- apple raisin cobbler
This is a healthier choice of cooking. No white sugar, white flour, or regular milk.
Instead brown rice flour, pure cane sugar and coconut or almond milk is used. GMO free cooking is a good choice for many health reasons like digestive problems and inflammation. This type of a diet has better quality of nutrients and is more satisfying.
Soak 1/2c raisins in 5 T of water, add 3qts of variety of apples coated with juice of 1 lemon. Add 2 or 3 T brown rice flour, 2 t cinnamon, 1 t nutmeg, dash of sea salt, 1/4 c pure cane sugar and 1/4 c pure maple syrup (or 1/2 c of pure cane sugar). Mix well and heat on low heat until partly cooked and heated through.
Topping: 3 c of brown rice flour (quinoa flour and other quality flour can be used also). Caution: some flour will be to strong so experiment with small amounts like 1/2 c with 2 1/2 c brown rice flour. Add 3 T pure cane sugar, 1 1/2T baking powder, 1/2 t salt. Sift together or use whisk or food processor. Cut 3/4 c butter in chunks (1 1/2 sticks)and add to dry ingredients. Cut butter into dry ingredients or process til butter is pea size or coarse crumbs. Add 3/4 c of coconut or almond milk (always shake before using and us up or freeze within 5-7 days) and 3 slightly beaten eggs all at once to dry ingredients. Stir til moistened with spatula. Shape into 12 large or 24 small biscuit toppers. This is not a sweet dessert. Pure sugar cane sugar and cinnamon can be sprinkled on top for added sweetness. Bake cobbler around 30 minutes at 400 degrees til top of biscuits are brown and apples are tender.
Apple Raisin Pie
This week, Peter shows us how to make an Apple Raisin Pie. They are totally to DIE for!!! Enjoy!
2/3 brown sugar
3 tablespoons of flour
1 1/4 teaspoons of cinnamon
8 apples, (6 cube sliced / 2 strip sliced)
1 cup of raisins
2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
2 pie crusts
1 cup of butter
1 cup of flour
1/2 cup of brown sugar, non-packed
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1. Preheat the oven to 375 F.
2. Combine the brown sugar, lemon peel, flour, cinnamon into a bowl.
Then combine the apples, raisins, vanilla extract with the mixture.
3. Combine the butter, flour, brown sugar, cinnamon, salt into a bowl.
4. Next, fill each pie crust with the apple/raisin mixture and then sprinkle
each with the brown sugar mixture.
5. Place apple slices on top of each pie and then place into pre-heated oven
for 45/50 minutes. Let cool afterwards before eating.
Recipe # 5294 Raisin Apple Crisp
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Slow Cooker Apple Crisp Recipe
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In this video April prepares a delicious, light, and easy Apple Crisp in the Slow Cooker! It is perfect for a festive fall dessert that is quick and easy to put together!
4-5 Apples, peeled and sliced
1 tsp Cinnamon
1 Tsp Nutmeg
1 Tbls Maple Syrup or Honey
1 Tbls Lemon Juice
1 Cup Oats
1/2 Cup Flour, all purpose or whole wheat
1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
4 Tbls Butter, room temp
1/4 tsp Salt
Place sliced apples in the slow cooker and toss with 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp nutmeg, maple syrup ,and lemon juice
Mix with a fork (or your hand) Oats, Sugar, Flour, Butter, Salt, 1/2 tsp Cinnamon, and 1/2 tsp Nutmeg. Sprinkle oat mixture evenly on top of apples.
Turn on high for 2 hours or low for 4 hours. Serve with Ice Cream!