Better Than Gramma's Apple Crisp

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16 Reviews
  • Marjorie A Gray

    Great Easy Apple Crisp

    I say ditto to all the other reviews! I wanted an 8 x 8 apple crisp. I just halfed the recipe. Worked great!

  • Susan Lindley

    one of my all-time fav desserts

    I've been making this for years! I make it often when company is coming! I don't bother peeling the apples. Also, I sometimes dump 1 can of apple pie filling on one half of the pan & cherry on the other for options! My absolute favorite is to toss a bag of fresh cranberries in with the fresh apples during the holidays! The tart & sweet together are the best! Add a side of vanilla bean ice cream! I could seriously eat the entire pan myself!

  • Kim cooks

    As good or better then homemade!!

    My husband gave this a 10 in comparison to his mom’s homemade apple crisp! Absolutely delicious! Will make it again with fresh peaches!

  • aloomer

    This is the only way to do Apple Crisp!

    What a simple and delicious apple crisp! It would be great with other fruits as well. The only way I make apple crisp now!

  • ChisArb

    Best ever

    This my go to dessert. Everyone just loves. It. So simple.

  • Mamabear1733

    Family Favorite

    This is a delicious dessert that my family asks for over and over again.

  • Hol513

    Amazing Apple Crisp!

    Will make this again, it was so easy and delicious!

  • ts3770

    Love Love111

    quick and easy this recipe makes fall apples melt in your mouth, also freezes well for later

  • Missy Ts

    A fall favorite!

    The first time we made this my husband said it was better then his mom's! Winner winner! We make all year Long!

  • Sandi519

    Hands down~Best Fruit Crisp recipe EVER!!

    This is the easist and most delicious fruit crisp recipe. It is not only good with apples, but you can use any fruit. I love to use fresh blueberries and/or peaches in the summer, apples in the fall, and I've even used rhubarb.