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    Smile Apple crisp

    Apple Crisp:

    2 to 4 Granny Smith or Pippin apples
    Cinnamon, to taste
    1 cup sugar
    1/2 cup flour
    1/2 cup melted butter

    * Instructions:

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Peel, core and slice apples, but not too
    thin. Place apple slices in a greased baking dish (about 8 inches
    square). Sprinkle with cinnamon and 1 to 2 tablespoons water.

    In a medium bowl, mix together sugar and flour; stir in butter.
    Topping should have a wet-sand consistency; adjust if necessary,
    Crumble over apples and lightly pat down. Bake for 45 minutes or
    until golden brown. Serve warm with ice cream.

    Per serving: 510 cal.; 2 g pro.; 76 g carb.; 23 g fat (15 sat., 7
    monounsat., 1 polyunsat.); 62 mg chol.; 4 mg sod.; 2 g fiber; 60 g
    sugar; 40 percent calories from fat.

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    Yum. Thanks. I've only made apple crisp a few times over here. I think you gave me the first recipe that I tried. (can't remember if it's this one) The kids liked it a lot.

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    Yum!! I love apple crisp!! Thanks

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    Yum! Apple Crisp is one of Dh's favs...I'll surprise him with this

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    That sound yummmm! I just bought a bag of courtland apples, so I will use those. I will try using 1/2 cup of splenda baking mix.
    DH and I both need to cut the sugar but I have to have dessert
    Gonna try it tomorrow night.
    Thanks for the recipe!

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    Michelle~Is the flour all purpose or self rising? Or does it matter?

    TIA

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    MMMmmmm, this sounds delicious. We call it Apple Crumble over here. I like the look of this recipe, Michelle. I'm going to give it a go on the weekend. Thank you.

    Tammy, I think it's all purpose flour.

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    Thanks Rhonda

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    Originally posted by Sara Noel
    Yum. Thanks. I've only made apple crisp a few times over here. I think you gave me the first recipe that I tried. (can't remember if it's this one) The kids liked it a lot.
    This might be the one...it's my favorite and is tried and true.

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    Originally posted by bamamomto4
    Michelle~Is the flour all purpose or self rising? Or does it matter?

    TIA
    All purpose. I think the standard is that if it's self-rising, it will be noted as such.

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    I might do this tonight..i have everything I need and surprise them with a dessert..they won't know what to do

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    I made this and it was a big hit...They ate it all, I had none to put away.

    Thank you

    **Edited to add: I did use splenda instead of sugar and it worked nicely.**

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    Thanks Michelle!!!...I've been looking for an Apple Crisp like this that doesnt use oats

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    I'm glad you enjoyed it, Samantha. Good to know too that it works with Splenda as well

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