The Best Apple Crisp I Have Ever Made

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Oh dear, apple crisp! Words are not enough to describe this delicious apple crisp recipe. It is undoubtedly, the Best Apple Crisp I Have Ever Made. The apple filling is full of decadence with flavors of liquor and apple cider; you’ll want to head straight to the kitchen and make it this instant. Also, this recipe uses simple ingredients yet retains the good old fashioned apple crisp flavors when you taste it. Apple crisp is just as special as apple pie. It’s almost unfair to compare the two, but you get the point, right? The apple filling in this recipe will remind you of the good old apple pie in some ways. The apples are cooked until tender in brown sugar and then seasoned with apple pie spice. The topping is a crispy, buttery crumb of course but the oats make the texture even flakier. It is a perfect dessert recipe to make for a large gathering or even as an occasional treat for your family members. Because it’s an easy recipe, you can also make it for busy occasions like Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, etc. Honestly speaking, you can make it any time of the year and not just limit it to summer, fall or winter season. A simple yet delicious apple crisp recipe like this one should have no rules after all.

Apples are full of nutrients that are very high in vitamin B6, and C. Apples are also high in dietary fiber with no saturated fats or cholesterol. From all the various health benefits that come from the nutrition in apples, it is hard not to include them in your diet. The nutrition in apples is the best reason to indulge in apple dessert recipes. When you make a recipe with apples, it’s always a good idea to use the whole apple as opposed to using canned apples that have unwanted preservatives in them. You’ll notice the taste when you use fresh apples from the canned ones. Plus, there is something very satisfying about peeling the apples and doing the prep work with all the sweet anticipation of making the best apple crisp recipe. Sure, it is extra work to peel them, but it is healthy compared to using canned apples any day. If you don't have a lot of time on hand, you can, of course, go ahead and use the canned apples from your local store.

In this recipe, you can also add chopped nuts like pecans or almonds for a richer taste. You can even whip up cream cheese with cinnamon and sugar and drizzle on top while serving for an edgy taste as well. Make it the way you like it or the way your guests prefer. Either way, this apple crisp recipe will be the show-stopper. Always remember to use fresh spices for achieving a great depth of flavor in this recipe or any recipe that calls for spices. It is a good idea to throw away spices that have been sitting on your shelf for a long time because spices tend to lose their aroma over a period. It makes baking this recipe worth it when you replace the old spices with fresh ones to retain all the flavors.

Thank you to Michelle at the Brown Eyed Baker food blog for sharing this perfect Apple Crisp recipe with us. For more dessert recipes do check out Michelle’s blog where she shares her passion for simple dessert recipes. Every bite of this fresh apple crisp dessert is sink-your-teeth-in good and wonderfully comforting with the warm spices. Make this deliciousness for your family today!

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