One of my favorite desserts growing up was my Mom’s Apple Crisp. When I married my husband he fell in love with it too. It’s sweet with a hint of tart.
This Apple Crisp does not have oats in it, which is one of the reasons I like it. I enjoy a hot steaming bowl of oatmeal and a nice struesel on a Dutch Apple Pie but I prefer my Crisp like this.
My grandparents proudly owned an apple orchard in Washington state. We lived next door until I was 7, so I was surrounded by apples. I spent many days following behind my grandpa while he did his work. I learned about smudge pots and frost warnings before I could tie my shoes. It was a huge place full of mysteries and many places to hide.
This is one of my favorite dinners. If I start to think about it.. I HAVE to HAVE it. Even my picky teen-ager loves it. Serve it with Mexican/Spanish rice and re-fried beans. It couldn’t be any easier to make. You can make it as spicy as you wish and it’s cinch to add ingredients to it.
Make this awesome layered dip for any party and get ready to hear how much people love you. Don’t bother making any other food because the party-goers will fill up on this and complain about how stuffed they are!
They make for a quick & delicious meal that is kid-friendly and husband approved. I’ve made these for my daughter’s band (200+ kids) and they were a big hit. I usually serve them with my Homemade Crispy Fries. They go well with coleslaw and/or potato salad.
If you would like to kick them up a notch, add a bit of bell pepper & teaspoon or two of your favorite hot sauce.
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