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Apple Crisp Recipes

Choose from this selection of apple crisp recipes for crumble, brown betty, pandowdy and more. Ingredients include cinnamon, macaroons, nuts, cranberries, granola, coconut, butternut squash, caramel, oats, rhubarb, dates, peaches, blueberries, raisins, pears, butterscotch, raspberries, plums, graham crackers and more.

Blueberry Apple Crisp

Blueberry Apple Crisp

Blueberry Apple Crisp

From Milford, Indiana, field editor Harriet Stichter says, "Here's a family reunion choice from our dessert lovers."

Apple-Cranberry Country Crisp

Apple-Cranberry Country Crisp

Apple-Cranberry Country Crisp

This dessert can be assembled easily and cooked with a minimum of attention—you can prepare all the rest of your evening meal while it bakes. From the time my mother taught me to cook, I've loved to bake. Desserts are a special favorite of mine, and I clip out and save more dessert recipes than any other kind. Discovering a great new recipe brings such joy. That's what keeps me cooking!

Microwave Fruit Crisp

Microwave Fruit Crisp

Microwave Fruit Crisp

This simple dessert has lots of fruit and a golden oat topping. I typically use apples, but pears also work nicely.—Luella Bogner, Attica, Ohio
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Apple Walnut Squares

Apple Walnut Squares

Apple Walnut Squares

I MAKE "apple everything" in fall when the new crop is in, and I was happy to add this delicious recipe to my apple dishes. A lady at church shared it with me. Sometimes I'll top the squares with a cream cheese frosting, especially if I'm having company. -Leona Pecoraro, Ravenden, Arkansas

Apple Delight

Apple Delight

Apple Delight

I finish off many of my meals with this dessert, a tart and tongue-tingling dessert that's a breeze to cook in the microwave.—Mary Malchow, Neenah, Wisconsin

Favorite Cran-Apple Crisp

Favorite Cran-Apple Crisp

Favorite Cran-Apple Crisp

Valerie Jones of Portland, Maine says, "Cranberries add unique flavor and color to an ever-popular apple crisp."

Gingered Apricot-Apple Crumble

Gingered Apricot-Apple Crumble

Gingered Apricot-Apple Crumble

Meet the Cook: Hot or cold, plain or topped with ice cream, this crumble is tasty. For variety, leave out the apricots and make traditional apple crisp if you'd like. -Sylvia Rice, Didsbury, Alberta

ABC Slump

ABC Slump

ABC Slump

The "ABC" in this recipe's name comes from the apple, blueberries and cranberries it uses. The other part refers to the way the dumplings "slump" during cooking - presumably the sound made by the fruit as it bubbles on the stove. I've take my slump to work, picnics and church carry-ins. No matter where, the result is the same...all that I ever bring home is the empty dish. -Becky Burch, Marceline, Missouri

Berry Apple Crumble

Berry Apple Crumble

Berry Apple Crumble

Meet the Cook: You can serve this crumble as a snack, and it's also great for a breakfast gathering or church supper. It is good hot...and good on the second day as well. We're the parents of six grown children and grandparents of 11. -Ginger Isham, Williston, Vermont

Macaroon Apple Cobbler

Macaroon Apple Cobbler

Macaroon Apple Cobbler

Meet the Cook: Especially when I'm just serving a dessert, I like to prepare this. I'll usually make it with fresh apples - but I've also sometimes used home-canned ones. Our sons are both grown, and my husband and I have two grandchildren. -Phyllis Hinck, Lake City, Minnesota

Applescotch Crisp

Applescotch Crisp

Applescotch Crisp

Meet the Cook: Just as soon as the first crop of apples is off the trees, I fix this crisp. Thanks to the butterscotch pudding, it's moist and sweet. It's popular at potlucks, and it's a nice snack. In fact, I'm reluctant to make it in the evening - I'm afraid someone will sneak down to the refrigerator at midnight and claim it! My husband and I have four children, ranging in age from 21 to 8. -Elaine Nicholl, Nottingham, Pennsylvania
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