Oat Apple Crisp Recipe
- 7 cups thinly sliced peeled tart apples (about 7 medium)
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- Dash salt
- 1/4 cup water
- 1 package (9 ounces) yellow cake mix
- 3/4 cup quick-cooking oats
- 1/3 cup butter, softened
- 1/4 cup packed brown sugar
- 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
- Vanilla ice cream
- 1. Place apples in a greased 2-1/2 qt. shallow baking dish. In a small bowl, combine the sugar, flour, cinnamon and salt; sprinkle over apples. Drizzle with water. In a large bowl, combine the cake mix, oats, butter, brown sugar, baking powder and baking soda. Sprinkle over apples.
- 2. Bake, uncovered, at 350° for 45-50 minutes or until apples are tender and topping is golden brown. Serve warm with ice cream. Yield: 8 servings.
1 each: 394 calories, 10g fat (6g saturated fat), 20mg cholesterol, 335mg sodium, 76g carbohydrate (56g sugars, 2g fiber), 2g protein.
Reviews for Oat Apple Crisp
"This one is a keeper! My whole family loved this apple crisp! I used honey crisp apples from my local apple orchard. They are a sweet Apple. I may cut back on sugar depending upon which type of apple I use next time. easy to mix up and easy to bake. No fuss recipe!! I did open a 15 oz cake mix but only used approximately 9 oz. Like others have said be sure to check the size cake mix."
"Delicious! Listened to other reviewers and cut the white sugar down to 2.5 Tablespoons...it was plenty sweet enough! I was out of "real" butter and had to use Country Crock...turned out fine. Put little pats of butter on the crust top to moisten the crunch some (like you would on a dump cake). I used a 9 X13 pan to make it in and this was easily 10 servings. Will be making it for Thanksgiving dinner this year for my guests!"
"My family just loves this apple crisp. We make it when we go camping (in cabins)"
"Amazing and delicious! I just used 2-3 TBS of sugar If you love apple crisp this desserts for you"
"Oh this is so good! Makes enough for 10 people to have a generous serving. The only thing I would change is to add more butter to the topping so it isn't quite so dry. Everyone loved it!!"
"very good. everyone liked it."
"Yum! I only used 1/2 cup of sugar and that was sweet enough. It makes a large amount and is very, very good. I served with cinnamon ice cream. Yum!"
"This is a great recipe..very simple, foolproof and delicious..i used 1/2 cup of sugar and will use even less next time..with 18 grams of sugar in the cake mix the apple flavor can be over powered with sweetness.. I'm thinking 2-3 T will be enough to enjoy the taste of the apples."
"This was pretty good averall. The only thing we would change is decreasing the sugar to better suit our tastes."
"It's so easy and tastes fantastic. Everyone loved it!!"
"The result was a huge bit, yesterday! Yummy....."
"I love this recipe! It is a little sweet so i cut a little on the sugar"
"I have made this recipe a lot and it is really easy and very good. I cut down on the sugar because it is very sweet."
"I have made this three times this month. It's very sweet and a little unusual, but delicious."
"The best apple crisp I have ever had! Will be making for Thanksgiving. Only changes: cut sugar in half and I buttered the pan."
"A new favorite at our house!"
"This is good recipe but needs some adjustments. I used only half the cupmof sugar, but it was still too sweet. The topping is very sweet itself, so probably skipping sugar in apple part would be a good idea. Next time I'm going to increase the amount of apples or use less of the cake mix in the topping. Overall this recipe is worth to try but use less sugarvand more apples."
"I totally recommend this recipe, to me it's the perfect apple crisp! I've baked it twice now using a Jiffy yellow cake mix & a 7" X 11" pan & it turned out great! I found with Granny Smith apples that 3/4 cup sugar is good. I'm going to make double batch today, using a vanilla cake mix because that's what I have on hand & I plan to freeze it."
"We really enjoyed this recipe! Took reviewers advise regarding the sugar, and I 'm glad I did, otherwise it would have been inedible in my opinion.. Here are the changes I made for a 9x13 dish.. I used 10 gala apples cut medium thickness. I don't like thin sliced apples, I want to taste my apples! 3/4 cup white sugar. I think next time I will omit completely. 1/4 cup of water. Regular size Betty Crocker yellow cake mix which was about 15oz, 2 cups of oats, 1/4 cup brown sugar x 2, and 2 sticks of butter. Everyone loved it. I will make it again for Thanksgiving! Add more butter to topping as one reviewer suggested"
"When do I add the caramels to this recipe?"
"Way, way, way too sweet."
"I added a bag Kraft Caramel Bits to this recipe and it was outstanding - we loved it and I will make this one often."
"THIS is CRAZY good!! Had home-grown apples and doubled recipe to use full box of cake mix. Apples used were honey-crisp and next time I would omit water, just didn't need it and made a bit too much moisture in bottom. My husband just raved and raved, asked if we could make them up and freeze them so we could have them all winter!"
"it was easy to make with your daughter and it was good i would make it again"
"I did as Mom72350...doubled the recipe and used 10 apples. I did however use only 1 cup of sugar. Everyone loved it. Definitely a keeper."
"This has become my new favorite apple crisp recipe. It lasted less than a day in my house and I love the crunchy topping. I too use an 18oz cake mix and use half. Tastes sooo..... good warm with vanilla ice cream. To die for! Will make again and again! I used Gala and Empire apples togetrher."
"Add 3/4 cup chopped pecans to this and NO WHITE SUGAR. The cake mix is sweet enough. The pecans will make it crunchy and it taste so good. I make this all of the time."
"I always add chopped pecans to my Apple Crisp Recipe at home. The pecans give it that extra crunch. So, I added it to this recipe too!"
"ABSOLUTELY!!! Love it over and over! :)"
"I made this for Thanksgiving and it was a huge hit with everyone. I didn't quite double the recipe, but since I needed a little more than 8 servings, I kind of winged it on increasing everything by a little bit. Worked out well and I'll definitely be making this again!"
"easy to make and tastes great!! It is a hit with my family."
"Made this last night. Iwas concerned about the comments about it being too sweet so I used Grannie Smith apples and added an extra half-cup of oats(old fashioned for extra texture). Talk about awesome!!! Had a little left over -- had it cold this morning. I like it better warm -- next time I'll nuke it. Will definately make again."
"AMAZING ! a little sweet yes,, but if u test your apples first u can decide how much sugar u want. LOVE IT !"
"I would make this recipe again. I used granny smith apples, doubled the recipe, put into a 9X13 pan and cut the white sugar in half. Next time I would cut the brown sugar in at least half too. The topping is the part that is way too sweet."
"I took this dessert to a family function and everyone there truly enjoyed it. The highest compliment was from the young man who owns his own catering service and wanted the recipe because it was the "best" apple crisp he said he has ever had. I did cut down on the sugar and I doubled the recipe with 10 apples and doubling the rest of the ingredients to put it in a 9 x 13 pan. It worked out fantastically."
"I thought it was very good. I used Granny Smith apples and a large cake mix (in Canada everything is in metric and I didn't convert the measurement before I got to the store). My kids loved it!!"
"This was by far the best apple crisp recipe i have ever had. It was sweet but it was so very good. It lasted less than 24 hours in our house. Definitely will make this again!!!"
"Very tasty, but I agree with many reviewers: it's way too sweet. I reduced the first sugar measurement to 3/4 cup, but it was still too sweet. Next time I'll reduce it to half a cup and use tart apples instead of sweeter apples. Overall, the crisp had great flavor, but was still too sweet. I was not able to locate a 9 oz. box of cake mix, to had to use half of an 18.25 oz. box. Jiffy cake mixes are not available in all areas."
"Absolutely phenomenal! I always bake with honeycrisp apples. This recipe is so unique and tasty. It will definitely be a fall desert for my household from now on!"
"The cake mix in this receipe makes this apple crisp very sweet. I was a little disappointed. I won't be using this receipe again."
"I didn't have apples, so I used peaches. Yummm!! Even better cold than warm."
"I was very disappointed in this recipe. I guess I was expecting a more traditional taste. The "crisp" part was so sweet you couldn't even taste the fruit. I guess I'm the odd one out."
"My husband enjoyed this apple crisp very much. I accidentally used an 18 ounce box of yellow cake mix. I was wondering why it seemed like there was not enough butter to make it "sprinkle". Next time I will pay more attention. I like making a variety of different apple recipes in the fall. I will definitely add this to my repetoir.Jonquili, Lancaster PA"
"This was not a good recipe. Way too much sugar...couldn't taste the apples."
"All I can say is YUMMMMM!!!! Husband loves it and I am taking some to my Bible Study Friend tomorrow, can't wait to hear how much she and her husband loved it! Maria, Portland, Oregon"
"in the oven now, looks yummy!!! will let you know..."
"Question for more experienced cooks: how do you keep topping from getting soggy next day? I made with fresh peaches and day after had a gooey mess."
"Everyone in my family loved it. I used rolled oats instead of quick cooking for more crunch."
"I make some changes to recipe. I used granola instead of oats. Cherry craisins in place of the cranberries and I also added a 9 oz. box of Jiffy yellow cake mix. I hope you enjoy my version!"
"Second time this season! A keeper!"
"One of the best apple crisp recipes I have ever tried."
"This was very good but sweet! Just be prepared for a sweet explosion !"