This apple crisp recipe is simple, easy to make, and just delicious. Reheat leftovers for extra crispness.
Certain apple varieties do better in baking than others (keeping their form and flavor) and it’s good to check before you bake. You can see the list of Best Apples For Pies here.
Apple Crisp With Oatmeal
You can’t go wrong with apples, flour, rolled oats, butter, sugar, and spice stirred together and baked until crisp on top.
You probably already have all the ingredients in your cupboard.
Also, it sounds strange, but you can also substitute sliced zucchini for the apples. Crazy, I know, but delicious too. If you want to go next level, top it with this Perfect Granola recipe.
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Tip For Peeling Apples
If you peel a lot of apples, you may want to invest in a good peeler/corer. You can see one here on Amazon: Apple and Potato Peeler.
PEELING TIP: Alternately, it’s a little cruder, but you can also place the apple on a clean drill bit, and run the drill while pressing a vegetable peeler against it. It’s a two-person job, but it works!
Related: How to Make the Best Brownies
Apple Crisp With Rolled Oats
- 12 Apples medium or large
- 1 cup Butter melted
- 2 cups Flour, white, all-purpose all-purpose
- 2 cups Rolled oats NOT quick oats
- 1.5 cups Brown sugar
- 2 teaspoons Cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon Nutmeg
- Salt to taste, optional
- Preheat oven to 350°F (176°C).
- Core, peel, and chop apples into same size chunks.
- Melt butter on stove top or microwave.
- Optional: combine melted butter and brown sugar and pour over remaining ingredients.
Non Crispy Top
- Place all ingredients in large bowl and gently combine.
- Pour into deep enamel baking pan (good size: 9x12x2")
- Bake for approximately 50 minutes until apples are tender.
Serve and Store
- Serve warm with ice cream.
- Store in airtight container in fridge for 7 days.
Nutrition (per serving)
Dreamy! I hope you enjoy it.
~Melissa the Empress of Dirt ♛