The Baked Apple Crisp Dessert

Yummy and delicious. I tried to create this recipe with the least fat and real sugar as I could, while still making it “oh so good”. You can eat this warm, with a nice tall glass of cold milk, or with a scoop of your favorite vanilla ice cream, or by  itself. Either way, it’s a nice ending to your meal, or as a snack. This recipe will yield about 8 servings. Here we go….

8 small gala apples (or 4 large ones), washed, core removed, peel still on, and chopped into small bite size pieces

lemon juice (this will prevent your apples from browning while they are being cut)

4 tablespoons of unsalted butter, melted (I always use real butter, instead of margarine)

8 tablespoons of brown sugar

8 tablespoons all-purpose flour

8 tablespoons quick rolled oats (instant oats)

1 tablespoon cinnamon

non stick cooking spray

mixing bowl

baking pan, with sides

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place apples in mixing bowl, and add lemon juice, and mix well. Next, add half the butter, 2 tablespoons sugar, and cinnamon. Spray your pan with non stick cooking spray. Add apple mixture, pressing it down to make it even in the pan. Wash and dry your mixing bowl, and next add the half of your melted butter, your sugar, flour, and oats. Mix well with your hands. Mixture will be lumpy, but that’s what we want. Evenly scatter your flour, oats, and sugar mixture on top of your apples. Bake for about 30-45 minutes, until nice and crisp looking on top, and your apples are tender. Remove from oven. Let cool a few minutes. That’s it !!! Enjoy !!!

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The Baked Apple Crisp Dessert

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