Thursday, October 22, 2009

A yummy dessert

I made this apple crisp after seeing it on Sherri's blog the other day. It looked sooooo good. The recipe called for McIntosh apples but I used what I had on hand....some Granny Smith and Gala apples.

Here's the recipe:
Apple Crisp
8-10 McIntosh apples, pared and sliced
1 cup flour
1 cup sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
1 stick butter
cinnamon to taste
Pare and slice apples and scatter in a pie plate. In another bowl mix all other ingredients. Sprinkle this mixture over the apples making sure all apples are covered. Cook 400 degrees for 40 minutes. Serve warm or cold.

Really easy.
Warm apple crisp with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.......oh, it was sooooooo good.


The Quintessential Magpie said...

Donna, that looks heavenly! Oh, I wish I had a big piece right now!


Sheila :-)

Abby Creek Art said...

A perfect Fall dessert. Looks yummy, Donna!

Diane said...

That looks so good! I wrote the recipe down, I won't be able to makeit this weekend, but will sure make it the following weekend. BTW, I love your blog. Your pictures are so good.

Beverly said...

Donna, that looks and sounds delicious - and so easy.

I'll have to prepare it soon.

NCmountainwoman said...

I can almost smell it. What a great treat for a rainy day. Thanks for the recipe.

Donna said...

Well, this looks easy! Maybe even I can do it!hahaa...
I can taste it Now! Happy weekend!hughugs

Protege said...

Mmmm, sounds and looks delicious.;))

Sue said...

Hi Donna....I love the smell of apples cooking in the fall...I make baked apples atleast once a week....If you have never tried Mutsu (Crispin) apples you should pick some up if you ever see them...They are so fabulous to bake will never use any other type of apple again....makes great applesauce too!

Sherri said...

Hi Donna! Glad you liked my recipe! I forgot to put in the recipe to cut the butter into little pieces. Sorry about that!