Thanksgiving Recipes to Try!

Are you making Thanksgiving dinner? If you are you have to try this yummy recipes! Cashew Stuffing, vegan and easy to make. Roasted Sweet Potatoes, when you want to skip the heavy marshmallow version. Delicious garlic and chives mashed potatoes, dress up your mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving.

Delicious and Easy Apple Crisp Recipe

For as long as I can remember my family always made crisp recipes. From cherry to berry and everything in-between we had all kinds of fruit crisp recipes to enjoy. If you haven’t ever tried making a fruit crisp before you’re going to love this easy apple crisp recipe.

I love to get back to baking in the fall and with fall comes fresh crisp apples perfect for apple recipes. This apple recipe is one my family has made for years. It’s a perfect balance of apples and crunchy topping. It’s also an easy apple crisp recipe, taking only a 6 ingredients to make. It’s a great recipe to kids to help make.

I know some bakers like to use apple pie filling in a crisp. I try to avoid the extra ingredients when I can, so I make my apple crisp with apples instead of pie filling. You can toss the apples with a little flour if you like a thicker juice with the apples but I find just using the apples in this recipe works out great.

I love to get back to baking in the fall and with fall comes fresh crisp apples perfect for apple recipes. This apple recipe is one my family has made for years. It’s a perfect balance of apples and crunchy topping. It’s also an easy apple crisp recipe, taking only a 6 ingredients to make. It’s a great recipe to kids to help make.

The 6 Ingredients Needed to Make Apple Crisp

  • Apples, about 4 medium or 4 cups sliced
  • Butter or Dairy Free Margarine if you need to eat dairy free (I’m sure coconut oil (referral link) would work well too)
  • Brown Sugar
  • Flour
  • Rolled Oats
  • Nutmeg

How to Make This Easy Apple Crisp Recipe

I like to start by peeling, coring and slicing the apples. I like the apples sliced thinly. You can do this with a knife, but I really like using mandolin slicers like this one,(referral link) that was highly rated on the Cooks Country show. It’s on my list to purchase the next time I order from Amazon.

I love to get back to baking in the fall and with fall comes fresh crisp apples perfect for apple recipes. This apple recipe is one my family has made for years. It’s a perfect balance of apples and crunchy topping. It’s also an easy apple crisp recipe, taking only a 6 ingredients to make. It’s a great recipes to kids to help make.

Once the apples are all sliced, I place them in a greased casserole dish. I usually use my square 8-inch pyrex pan.(affiliate link)  But this time I used my corning ware casserole dish. (affiliate link)  It’s nice that it has a lid to put on it if you will be taking this dish to a party or a friends house.

To make the topping, I place the brown sugar, flour, nutmeg, and rolled oats into a medium sized bowl and then cut in the butter or margarine. I find this works best if I cut it in with my hands. I just pinch the butter into the dry ingredients and let go and do this over and over again until the mixture is like small pea pieces.

I love to get back to baking in the fall and with fall comes fresh crisp apples perfect for apple recipes. This apple recipe is one my family has made for years. It’s a perfect balance of apples and crunchy topping. It’s also an easy apple crisp recipe, taking only a 6 ingredients to make. It’s a great recipe to kids to help make.

Once the crisp topping is ready. I sprinkle it over the apples and bake until golden brown on top.

The smell is so good when it’s cooking. I love how great it smells but what’s even better is how it tastes. There is the nice crunch of the crisp topping with the warm and slightly soft apples under the topping. I like to make sure I get a little crunchy topping and a little apple in each bite.

I love to get back to baking in the fall and with fall comes fresh crisp apples perfect for apple recipes. This apple recipe is one my family has made for years. It’s a perfect balance of apples and crunchy topping. It’s also an easy apple crisp recipe, taking only a 6 ingredients to make. It’s a great recipe to kids to help make.

This is also great with a little whipped cream on top, or with a little drizzle of caramel sauce or even chocolate sauce. Yum!

I love to get back to baking in the fall and with fall comes fresh crisp apples perfect for apple recipes. This apple recipe is one my family has made for years. It’s a perfect balance of apples and crunchy topping. It’s also an easy apple crisp recipe, taking only a 6 ingredients to make. It’s a great recipe to kids to help make.

Here’s the printable recipe for you to add to your recipe file,

I love to get back to baking in the fall and with fall comes fresh crisp apples perfect for apple recipes. This apple recipe is one my family has made for years. It’s a perfect balance of apples and crunchy topping. It’s also an easy apple crisp recipe, taking only a 6 ingredients to make. It’s a great recipes to kids to help make.
Print

Delicious and Easy Apple Crisp Recipe

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Servings 6 servings
Author Shelly

Ingredients

  • 4 cups Apples cored, peeled and sliced thin
  • 2/3 cup Brown Sugar
  • 3/4 cup Flour
  • 1/4 cup Rolled Oats
  • 3/4 teaspoon Nutmeg
  • 1/3 cup Butter or Dairy Free Margarine

Instructions

  • Grease an 8-inch square casserole dish and set aside.
  • Core, peel, and slice the apples. Add the apples to the prepared dish.
  • In a medium bowl, combine the brown sugar, flour, oats, and nutmeg.
  • Cut in the butter to make a crumbly mixture with pieces about the size of small peas.
  • Place the crisp mixture on top of the apples, to cover them.
  • Place the apple crisp into a 375 degree oven for 30-45 minutes or until golden brown and crisp on top.
  • Enjoy!

 

What is one of your favorite apple recipes? I would love to have you share it in the comments below.

 

Looking for more apple recipes to try? Click here to find more!

Some of the links in this post are my referral links. When you use them I might make a little money at no extra cost to you, thanks for your support in this way. You can see my disclosure policy for more information.

 

If You Liked this Recipe...

Subscribe and Get Recipes Sent to Your Inbox!

Thank you for subscribing!

3 thoughts on “Delicious and Easy Apple Crisp Recipe”

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating




 

Recipe sign up photo

Get New

Recipes Sent to Your Inbox

Join the Frugal Family Home Community

and get new recipes, cooking tips and more sent right to your inbox. 

Don't Worry We Won't Spam You. We had Spam too! 

Privacy Policy

Sign Up for the Email List

and get the Calendar Pack for Free

Enter your name and email address below and you'll be signed up to recieve money saving tips, new recipes, and more. And we'll get the calendar pack out to you right away!

 We Won't Spam You, We Hate Spam Too

Privacy Policy and Disclaimer

When You Sign Up...

You'll not only get the Holiday Planner, but you'll also get our 10 day take control of your holidays e-course. It will help you plan your holidays. Sign up below to get started...

Free

Don't Worry We Won't Spam You, We Hate Spam Too!

Privacy Policy