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Thread: apple crisp for one

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    Super Member sunrise450's Avatar
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    Sounds so good! I have peaches right now and I am going to make some for breakfast. Thanks for the recipe!
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    Thank you ptquilt.... sounds good to me. Your a god send, I have been looking for a quick receip.
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    My Quilters friends All the Pies Recipes sounds sooooo yummy and very scrumptious! only in this Place! We are not just quilters but many, many, many things.

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    If you like sweets and hubby is not eating them.. One serving items are the way to go.. Check out this website.

    http://imgur.com/a/TFAjc?gallery#uuJnzBh
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    Sounds really good!
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    Sounds good. For a quick apple crisp- slice a large apple in a microwave safe bowl. Stir in 1/2 pkt of instant oatmeal with brown sugar or maple flavored, sprinkle the rest on top. Microwave on high 60 - 90 seconds covered and vented, and wait to cool a bit before eating.

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    You all just reminded me of a dessert I had in Ireland at the The Abbey Tavern. The menu listed it as
    Homemade Apple and Cinnamon Crumble
    Served with a Vanilla
    Flavoured Custard.

    Does anyone have a recipe for the Vanilla Flavoured Custard sauce? It was runny not thick.
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    Yum ! Is T table spoon or T teaspoon ?
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    capital T is a Tablespoon. small t is a teaspoon. See, I remembered that from 7th grade home ec classes!!

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    thanks for the recipe
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