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Old 09-07-2020, 05:53 PM
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3 ingredients - very good

Empty 1 envelope Betty Crocker oatmeal cookie mix into a large bowl
then cut in 1 stick real butter until the lumps of butter are about 1/2.

Put 6 to 8 peeled & sliced apples in a greased 9 pan then spoon oatmeal mixture on top.
Bake 30 - 35 minutes at 350 until top is golden. Serve with whipped cream.

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Sounds good. What kind of apples would be best?
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Old 09-08-2020, 05:13 AM
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Sounds good. What kind of apples would be best?
I had Autumn Glory on hand & they needed to be used. They were perfect but Ive used frozen apples that were given to me with good results.
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Thanks for the quick and easy recipe. 👍👍
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Originally Posted by mrs. fitz View Post
Sounds good. What kind of apples would be best?
baking apples, I really like Granny Smith. They are readily available and hold up well (don't turn to mush)
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I never met an apple crisp I didn't like!! It's getting to be that time of year, isn't it!
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I never met an apple crisp I didn't like!! It's getting to be that time of year, isn't it!
It certainly is. We have about 35 apple trees going off right now. I'd better get out there and start harvesting. Nothing like a hot apple crisp to reward myself for all of the hard work.
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Old 10-06-2020, 07:11 PM
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Thanks for this quick, delicious recipe, Tranum. I tried it tonight. Even I can do it! And my apartment smelled wonderful. I saw that Trader Joe's sells bags of apple slices so I tried a shortcut. I peeled the slices first which took almost no time. I'll definitely make this again when I need a taste of autumn.
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When I was in Girl Scouts back in the late 60's - we had the Betty Crocker Cookbook for Kids and to get my cooking badge I had to make a dessert and since we had two apple trees in out yard, I made apple crisp. And I made apple crisp again and again - until I accidentally overheard my dad said he had his fill of apple crisp. My mom was so thrilled to have someone else cooking she didn't care what we made.
When we moved into this house in 1989 I found apple trees that grow in So. Cal. and we have 2 trees. But I use them for applesauce (something my mother never made), Then I freeze enough to make 3 very thick apple pies, and 3 apple crisps. Luckily I have a friend with a family that loves my applesauce so I give away at least half.
Another friend's husband loves my applesauce as ice-cream topping. He said he can't always have a pie, so this works well.
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Back in the day when I had a freezer, I used to cut up apples for pie and put them in a pie dish. After they were frozen solid, I'd remove them to plastic bag. If I wanted to make a pie, I'd just get the crust read, pop in the frozen apples, top with spices and a bit of flour, put the top crust on, and bake. Worked well. You could do the same with apple crisp.
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