Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Apple Crisp

Some really smart chick on these here blogs said that I should make apple pie filling with the rest of the apples off the tree. And I did... and on this first rainy night of Sept I made some absolutely decadent apple crisp.

All that was needed was french vanilla ice cream. This will be remidied tomorrow. :D


Laurie said...

So did you do oats or no oats? LOL, you need to post this to the apple crisp thread at Amitys.

Val in the Rose Garden said...

No oats... I am trying to stay within our food budget of $400 until the 26th so I didn't go get any.

It was:
1 c flour
1/2 c sugar
2 tea baking powder
1 egg

Mix all together and you will have a pie crust consistancy with little lumps and flakes.

then 1/3 c butter melted and poured over the top and cinnamon spinkled over the whole thing. Turned out great! Kids just got done with helping #2 as an afterschool snack. :D


Val in the Rose Garden said...

I can't find the apple crisp post at amitys. lol...

Brie said...

Are these red or green apples? This looks delicious!

Sunshine Alternative Mama said...

Yum! I really want to make a crisp; if we have time tomorrow (yeah right...we're packing for vacation) I want to go up and get apples and make a crisp for dessert. If I have the truck....

I do mine with gluten free flour, brown sugar, and room temp butter, mixed with the pastry cutter until coarse crumbs form.

Val in the Rose Garden said...

HI Kimberly! So good to see you on here! I have to go see if your blog is up again! :D

Brie: I use gravinsteins from my dads tree. They are a crisp blush apple. I am from the apple state afterall... lol...

Using green apples or fugis would be the closest to what I did, but any pie filling recipe under this crust would work great!


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