Recipe of the Week – Apple Crisp
(From the Dessert Collection at emealsforyou.com)
This weekend we are having an old-fashion neighborhood picnic. Everyone is to bring a dish to pass. We thought we would bring a Country Apple Crisp. This is easy to make, can be made in advance and is always a huge hit; in other words the perfect dessert. We have made this crisp for many occasions and always get requests for the recipe.
So if you are looking for that perfect dessert to take to the next group dinner or the perfect ending to that family picnic give this apple crisp a try.
Country Apple Crisp
|Meal:||Dinners for New Parents ( leave behind food to feed the viewing public) (Share-a-Meal Plans)|
|3||lb||apples, peeled and sliced|
Spray bottom of 10 X 14 baking pan with PAM; mix 1/2 of the flour and 1/3 of the sugar together.
Sprinkle enough in pan to cover bottom about 1/2 “ thick. Peel apples and cut into slices, arrange evenly around pan.
Add nuts and raisins, sprinkle on cinnamon.
Mix remaining flour and 3/4 of the remaining sugar together, cover top with remaining flour/sugar mixture, add apple juice. Sprinkle top with remaining sugar. Cut butter into small pieces and dot top of crisp. Bake @ 350 degrees for about 1 hour or until the top is golden brown and crunchy.
This feeds a small army and is great for picnics.
Note: This recipe serves at least 12, if you scale the servings of this recipe you will have to use a smaller pan.
Add some homemade gelato to this for a fantastic finish to a great meal. Find the gelato recipes and more at emealsforyou.com.