Tuesday, December 2, 2008

The Making Of The World's Best Apple Crisp

I told you on this post how my HoneyB volunteered to be featured in my blog. He is known for his delicous home made Apple Pie and Apple Crisp and I was very excited when he asked me to take photos while he prepared the Apple Crisp a day after Thanksgiving. Hubby baking ... definitely works for me!

8 Apples pared, cored, sliced
* 1 cup sugar (*blend all until crumbly)
* 3/4 cup flour
* 1 tsp cinnamon
* 1/2 c butter

Place apples in battered baking dish - place crumbs closely over apples. Bake 375 degrees about 1 hour. Serve warm with cream. (Actually, even without cream, it's so yummy!)

This apple peeler is the best! It's such a time saver.
We bought ours from L.L. Bean

The peeler cores and slices too!

Although Coors Light is not part of the ingredients,
it's the secret to success of a yummy apple crisp per our chef :)

Cinammon makes it smells so good!
Smells like Christmas!

I almost forgot to take the AFTER photo ..
as soon as it came out of the over, we devoured it :)

Check out the other participants' tips at Rocks In My Dryer . Lots of great stuff in there!


A Dusty Frame said...

Looks yummy:)!

Bro J said...

Yummy! I better try this one! Thanks for the recipe.

Tyler Gillies said...

I love those kind of apple peelers

Mary P Jones (MPJ) said...

That looks delicious! And I have one of those apple peelers. They are the best! Big time saver!

Snotty McSnotterson said...

I've been looking all over the web for 1) a picture tutorial and 2) something fairly easy. And I found this! Thanks so much for posting.