Monday, October 19, 2009

Apple Crisp Recipe


Last night I made my Mom's apple crisp recipe and I've decided to share it with all of you! The picture above is not my apple crisp but it looks just like it. I make mine in a round pie plate though not a square pan, but I guess you could.

Apple Crisp

8-10 McIntosh Apples, pared and sliced
1 cup flour
1 cup sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
1 stick butter
Cinnamon, to taste (I use alot because we love cinnamon)

Pare and slice apples and scatter in a pie plate. In another bowl mix all other ingredients. Sprinkle this mixture over apples, making sure all the apples are covered. Cook in a 400 degree oven for 40 minutes. Cool and enjoy! May be served with vanilla ice cream. May be served cold or warm. Enjoy!

Everyone have a lovely day!

14 comments:

Mary said...

Sherri! You're killing me posting the recipe AND the yummy looking photo! I need to invite people to dinner so I can make this. I know I could probably polish it off myself as I have NO control where apple crisp is involved :D

Missy said...

I think I will make this for my husband and I! I just bought apples at the store yesterday. :)

Florence and Mary said...

That sounds very similar to our apple crumbles!

Victoria x

Donna said...

Looks yummy.....I can smell it now. In fact, I think I might go make some now.

Thanks for the recipe!

Hugs,
Donna

Sherri said...

Mary-you are too funny! It was hard when the aroma filled the house, but I kept strong, it was hard!!

Victoria-that's a neat name!

Missy-enjoy it!

Donna-I hope you like it!

I've tried other apples but I always come back to McIntosh, they are the best!

Roses and Lilacs said...

That looks so good. Similar to one I make but I add raisins or dried cranberries too.
Marnie

Brenda Leyland said...

Now that looks deee-lish! Now that's comfort food!

Kay said...

I LOVE apple crisps and this looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing this recipe. I wish apples were cheaper in Hawaii. Sigh...

Sherri said...

Kay, apples aren't that cheap here either. I bought 10 McIntosh apples and it was $6.45! Back in NJ I would go right to the orchard and it was only a few dollars for a whole bushel!

Karen said...

I love all of your fall posts. Your house looks so cozy with all of the fall things. I can almost smell how yummy this is. My husband would love it, I think I'll give it a go.

Nan said...

This is a bit different from mine, and I want to try it! Thank you. I just read cinnamon is good for something - high blood pressure maybe??

Nan said...

Sorry you are sick, Sherri. Just wanted to tell you I made the apple crisp and it is fantastic! I was thinking of posting it on my blog and calling it Sherri's Apple Crisp but only if you give the ok.

NJenn said...

Thanks for sharing a very simple and easy to do recipe. I've been googling different sites of apple crisp and they seem to be complex and could take a while to prepare. But yours is precise and sure can be read in one shot. I'll try this and let you know what happens.

Internship Reflections said...

this looks nice and simple (as one reader put it). We went apple picking recently and have a TON of apples.

(not McIntosh, but I'll let you know how the substitution works)

the pic is a nice help - I know what I want the finished product to look like!


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