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I harvested all these backyard apples (not my back yard, unfortunately) and now …

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I harvested all these backyard apples (not my back yard, unfortunately) and now I need to use them… they pair well with cherries, berries, rhubarb, plums… all the summer fruit, but I decided to make a crisp with just apples. Slice or chunk them straight non…a baking dish-no need to peel them-and toss with sugar to taste (or honey) plus a shake of cinnamon, or ginger, or pumpkin pie spice, or garam masala, or cardamom, or five spice… you get the gist. For the crumble topping, I usually do about equal parts flour, oats and brown sugar, with about half as much butter (though you could do more). This is 1/2 cup each flour, oats and brown sugar with about 1/4 cup butter. (Proof that baking is not always dependant on precise measurements.) Bake at 350Fluor in Form about an hour. This is crunchy and delicious and not overly sweet… I’m very much looking forward to eating it with yogurt for breakfast.

18 thoughts on “I harvested all these backyard apples (not my back yard, unfortunately) and now …

  1. In Oregon a local brewery makes cider from orphaned apples and donates the proceeds back into the community. Anyone?

  2. Love to make crisps/crumbles with whatever fruit happens to still be hanging around. A truly forgiving thing to bake for dessert (or brekkie)

  3. 🙌 Crisp for breakfast. Always. We’ve been going thru peach lately. Time to move into the apples.

  4. I follow my granny’s recipe … 1 cup of oatmeal, 3/4 cup of brown sugar, 1/2 cup butter, 1/4 cup flour. Easy to remember the ratios.

  5. Loving all the spice suggestions! For an even easier evening Apple ending We take 1 or 2 washed but unpeeled apples, quarter it almost all the way. Tuck oats, lots of cinnamon, brown sugar, & butter into the center. Bake or microwave as you sit down to dinner. Done when you are. Easy peasy.

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