Apple Crisp

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PRH

Well-Known Member
Apple Crisp for One:
Slice 1 Peeled Apple into a small microwave dish
1T. each of the following
Flour
Br.Sugar
Quick Oats
Margerine
- Bake in microwave until it looks like oats are done -


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Microvave Apple Crisp:
6 cups cored And sliced cooking apples
2 and a third cups og cooking oatmeal
one 3rd cup flour
one half cup brown sugar ( packed )
one half t. nutmeg
one half t. cinnamon
one 4th c butter or margarine
Place apples in 2 qt.baking dish ( sprayed with cooking oil )
Combine remaining ingredients ( except butter )
Cut in butter and sprinkle over apples.
Microwave on high 12 - 16 min or until apples are tender.
Makes approx. six servings.
 

richnkim

New Member
I ave some apples. I will try it. I have a recipe for a crock pot Apple Crisp. I am using my crock pot today for beef stew. I will make this in microwave. Husband will love it!
 

richnkim

New Member
I made the individual micro Apple Crisp last night, I just needed something. It was goooood!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

Kya D

Active Member
This sounds so good, I'm gonna try it with some apples I have that need to be used pretty quick.
 

Bluewolf

New Member
OOOH Thanks!!!

I love apple crisp..but I am the only one and I can't eat a whole pan full before it gets funky

Now I can make it just for me!!!

gonna save this one!!!
 

Maggie

New Member
Can I use frozen apples for this recipe say maybe 1 cup instead of a fresh apple. I love apple crisp and have so many on the freezer.
 

PRH

Well-Known Member
Can I use frozen apples for this recipe say maybe 1 cup instead of a fresh apple. I love apple crisp and have so many on the freezer.
I don't see why not,just drain the water out well before hand! :p
 


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