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    apple crisp for one

    here it is apple season and I have been craving apple crisp, but DH is trying to lose weight and I don't want to tempt him. So I got 3 small apples from my tree, sliced them thin and tossed with cinnamon and sugar and put in a 5" diameter pyrex bowl. Mad a crumb topping from about a T. of butter, 2 T. Flour, T. brown sugar and a sprinkle of oats. Mixed it all together and covered the apples, 3 minutes in the microwave and it came out perfect!!

    Wow, and I felt so righteous eating my fruit for the day, lol...

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    Sounds yummy!!! Bet that could be frozen, as well!
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    Yum! I am going to use up some pears tomorrow that I was given in a pie. I have a recipe from Allrecipe and I hope it turns out. Some pears get soft when cooked and some don't. I have no idea what these are, it will be a surprise.

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    This sounds great and fast! I am on peaches right now so think I will try a peach crisp!

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    Sounds tasty. Thanks for sharing.

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    Well my pear pie turned out better than I thought it would and it is delicious. I will definitely be making another one as soon as more pears get yellow. I have made tons of apple, cherry, peach, plum, pecan, pumpkin and other pies before but not pear.
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    We do something similar. I saw this at Montanas once and we've done it ever since.

    Use a 2 cup Pyrex measuring cup and make your mini crisp the way you like it. I like straight apple crisp, or nectarine. DH likes straight apple or he'll throw other things like berries in or rhubarb during rhubarb season. We bake ours in the oven at 350 for about 35 - 40 minutes (but keep an eye on it, if it's browning too much, it might be done.) This way we both get exactly what we like. He usually finishes his in a sitting, mine is breakfast the next day.

    Just leave some space at the top to catch the boiled bits.

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    Oh, tartan, do you live anywhere near Niagara Falls? We used to cross from the u.s. and go to my riding lessons at font hill and pick up bags of cherries and peaches on the way home, and man! Were they GOOD! By the time we got back to the border we just had a bag of pits to declare! Best fruit EVER!! Lucky you!
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    For some reason I am craving pies, crisps and vanilla ice cream right now!!!

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    sounds good and thank you
    Have a nice day and a safe one too!

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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.

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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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