Jul 22, 2009

Crumbly Apple Crisp

This is another recipe I tried from Alisa's blog for Tried and Tasted. It came out perfect. The streusel on top came out crispy and crumbly and the apple base was soft and melted in the mouth. I will definitely be trying this recipe with other fruits. I halved Alisa's recipe since I had only two apples. It makes a great dessert and I guess it should taste great with some vanilla icecream.

Ingredients (Makes 6 to 8 servings)

Large apples - 2
All-Purpose Flour - 1/2 cup
Margarine - 1/4 cup
Brown Sugar - 1/2 cup
Quick-Cooking Rolled Oats - 3/4 cup
Cinnamon - 1 teaspoon
Nutmeg - 1/4 teaspoon
Pure Maple Syrup - 2 tablespoons

Directions

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

In a mixing bowl, mix together the oats, flour, brown sugar, nutmeg and half teaspoon of cinnamon. Add the margarine and combine with a fork to get a coarse mixture.

Slice the apples thinly and mix them along with 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon left and arrange the apple slices evenly on the baking dish. Top the apple slices evenly with the oats-flour mixture, so as to cover all the apples. Drizzle with the maple syrup. This helps to seal the streusel topping with the apples.

Bake for about 30 to 35 minutes, until the topping turns crisp.

Serve warm or cold!

My other entry for Tried and Tasted - Watermelon Lemonade

Sending this to FIL:Fruits

43 comments:

  1. I'm smacking my lips at the thought of eating this :)

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  2. Hi Divya,

    Nice recipe. Would like to try this. However, Can I substitute butter for margarine and honey for maple syrup?

    Thanks
    Jay

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  3. OO! so mouth watering, I love baked apples

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  4. Looks great, Divya!
    BTW, I found Oikos in all the three stores I frequent - Wegmans, Shop Rite and Stop & Shop. One of them had them along with sour cream , for some reason. Maybe it's just stacked in a different section?

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  5. Looks yummy!!VEry simple to make

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  6. Wow...that looks so tempting. Would love to try this.

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  7. this reminds me of an apple crisp I haven't posted anything about yet, but your recipe looks better!

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  8. Looks so delicious.... Mouthwatering.........

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  9. Awesome... Yours looks perfect... Have to try this... I have loads of oats...

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  10. looks great...and wit vanilla icecream..absolute scrumptious i bet!!

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  11. love the look of ur blog..very cute, pretty refreshing!!

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  12. this looks so inviting :) I shouldn't be on this diet!

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  13. Served with icecream, I am sure will take the recipe to the next level.

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  14. I love crumbles and it would be perfect with a scoop of ice cream.

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  15. looks scrumptious... crispy topping and soft fruit

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  16. I have never tried apple crisp...the green apple must have given some tartness to this sweet dish...looks very comforting :)

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  17. wow! love the recipe ..Looks soo yummy!Thanks dfor sharing Divya :)

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  18. Yummy crispy crisp! That click looks very nice too:)

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  19. Very yummy D, I just made some apple muffins, am currently loving anything with apple in it!

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  20. lovely recipe ... the new look feels great divya .....

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  21. laksmi and i made an apple crumble sometime back...i cud be wrong but the crumble and crisp recipe look kinda similar to me!! how exactly are they different?
    loved the pic with the crisp green apples.. just the kind i like to eat! :)
    like someone else asked earlier, cant honey replace maple syrup?

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  22. Hi Jay,
    You can very well replace maple syrup with honey and margarine with butter.

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  23. Hi Divya, Crisp looks delicious, hey ....did I miss the SMYB'fast round up by any chance

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  24. Looks delicious, Divya. And it's vegan too!

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  25. That looks great! I am so glad you enjoyed two of my recipes! I can't wait to get back in town and try more of yours :)

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  26. looks like I have to head into the kitchen right now and make this!!

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  27. looks so good and yummy Divya!! New look of your blog is beautiful.

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  28. ohhh divya my mouth is full of water mmmmm so tempting yaar great recipe and click mmmm yummy

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  29. Lovely one..feeling like having it right now.

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  30. I love apple crisp! My mom makes the best ones, I must post about them sometime!!

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  31. i love baked fruits!!! nice recipe and pictures!

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  32. That recipe sounds good.Like green apples alot.

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  33. You have a really great blog. Great recipes, super photography. I really like it! :)

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