Apple Crisp . . . A Sure Sign of Fall


Fall and Apples!  Forever linked in my mind.  So, here is my favorite light apple crisp recipe again in case you, like us, are ready for a traditional Fall dessert.

My Favorite Simple, Light  Apple Crisp

Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees 

Fill an 8″x8″ pan 3/4 full with peeled, sliced apples (will take most of a bag of apples).

Sprinkle with *1/3 C. Granulated Splenda (make sure it’s the “granulated” in a big yellow bag)

Combine in medium bowl to make crumble top:  1 C. flour — *1 C. Granulated Splenda — 1 t. baking powder — 3/4 t. salt — 1 egg.  Sprinkle these crumbles on top of apples.

 *Note that Splenda is used in two different places.  And that the same measurements of regular sugar can be used instead.

Melt 3/4 STICK butter, and pour evenly over top.

Sprinkle with cinnamon.

Bake at 375 degrees for 30-40 minutes.

Serve warm with Edy’s sugar-free vanilla ice cream. 



5 Responses to Apple Crisp . . . A Sure Sign of Fall

  1. C says:

    Mouth-watering. Nothing says fall lie apples.

  2. Sandra says:

    C — And, as long as I just think about it being mouth-watering, I’m okay. It’s that EATING it that gives me a (weight) problem! 🙂

  3. Margo says:

    Mmmmmmmm….yummy apples. Your recipe is making me crave the moist goodness of Applesauce Cake as well. Oh dear, now I want to make your recipe and mine.

  4. C. Beth says:

    Mmmm…love apple crisp.

  5. Sandra says:

    Margo — Apple desserts are a “slippery slope” aren’t they? I thought of several other recipes I could have given here too. 🙂

    Beth — Who doesn’t? Not anyone I know! 🙂

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