Saturday, January 12, 2008

Apple Cranberry Crisp



After disposing of peel, slice apples and place in dish with cranberries...

Coat the fruit and pour sweet mixture over top and bake......

Serve warm.



4 - 5 cups apples
1/4-1/2 tsp. cinnamon
3 Tblsps. sugar or less
3 Tblsps. flour
1 cup flour
1 cup oats
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup cold butter

Slice apples into a 9x13 glass pan. In a small bowl mix 3 Tblsps. flour, 2-3 Tblsps. sugar, 1/2 tsp. cinnamon. Pour this into the pan of apples and mix.

Next, in a large bowl mix the 1 cup of flour, oats and brown sugar. Then, slice cold butter into bowl and cut in with a fork. Trying not to get the butter too warm as that will make more of a dough. We want it to crumble. Spread over the apples.

Place in oven uncovered for about 45 minutes at 350 degrees, or until golden brown. Cool for 30 minutes.

18 comments:

zUzU said...

Oooooo! Yummers!!

I'm going to try this receipe ...
It sounds and LOOKS fantastic!

I don't use dairy, so will try it with oil instead of the butter. (I've learned to change receipes into non-dairy good stuff ... You just have to be creative ... and brave) ::smile:: And when using oil vs. butter, a solid, use less .... boy O boy did I learn that one the hard way.

I think I pretty much have everything I need to start baking. Hum. I just need to wrangle up one of those fancy apple peel disposals ...

=^..^= love love, zU

Thanks for the wonderful reciepe idea!

Kahshe Cottager said...

Fruit crisps are my favourite winter desserts! I make the apple variety most often and add things as well. Craisins (dried cranberry) are nice too. Have you ever tried mixing in mincemeat with the apple?? Mmm good too!

Palm Springs Savant said...

That looks delicous, I'll have to try that one.

My dog, Shimi LOVES apples. Actually most fruit and veggies too.

judypatooote said...

Looks really good, and so does Elvis....the first picture of apples and cranberries but i don't see cranberries in the recipe....is that an over sight? it must be the same recipe....and how much cranberries do you use... I think I will try it for monday neighbor night..... judy

Louche said...

This looks lovely Tea. Which sort of apples would you recommend to use? Should they be sweet ones or sour cooking apples?

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Oh My God, this sounds yummy scrumptious....Have you ever added Choclate Bits?? (LOL) Being a chocoholic I always see if something can have a Chocolate Alternative.....

Thank you for visiting my blog and for you very lovely comment!

If I actually still cooked and/or baked...I might make this wonderful Crisp...Your Doggie seems to be very interested in that peel....Cute!

Counting Your Blessings said...

Looks just like the apple crisp my mom makes. WHY can't I ever get my dishes to taste as hers? Doesn't matter what the recipe is. I can follow it to the tee and hers is still better. UGH! Anyhow... Looks exceedingly yummy. Blessings...Polly (p.s. book is on the way today)

Pearl C. Pritchard said...

Hi Tea! Looks yummy.

I hope you are well and keeping healthy.

ox,
Kim

Deana said...

What an adorable doggie!

Ellee Seymour said...

This sounds delicious, wish I had you as a neighbour.

The Thrifty Blogger said...

Wow, that looks great! I've got some apples sitting here too, that need to be used up. No cranberries, but that's ok--it's not in your recipe anyway LOL. Just teasing ya. ;)

Thanks for the yummy recipe! My dog would eat apples too-or anything. A canine garbage pail, well I take that back, apples are healthy, right? lol

Heather said...

oh my that looks delicious!!!

Gledwood said...

those red blobs look nice...

i mean:~ cranberries!

yumm!!

Frieda said...

thanks for visiting my blog...hey, you don't look 208 years!!! :-)

love your cat and dog

farmingfriends said...

It looks delicious. I will try this
Sara from farmingfriends

tash said...

It looks delicious! But I'm on a diet - argh! *sigh* I know it's for my own good :-/

Tricia said...

Yum!!! I want some!!
Lovely plate too!

Julie Marie said...

My recipe is very similar to this. Nummy.

Thanks for the Elvis fix.

Julie