Wednesday, September 15, 2010

You'll Fall For This Fall Dessert!

There are so many variations of apple crisp. I really haven't found one I don't like. So I'm here to tell you, if you haven't made this one......"Try it. You'll like it!"


Butterscotch Pecan Apple Crisp

1 12 oz. pkg Butterscotch chips
¼ c. brown sugar
¼ c. flour
½ t. cinnamon

4 apples, peeled and diced 

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine the chips, sugar, flour, and cinnamon. Set this aside. Now place the apples in a 9 x 13 dish.  Sprinkle the butterscotch chip mixture over the apples and bake for 20 minutes.

While this is baking,  prepare the topping.

Topping…

½ c. flour
½ c. brown sugar
4 T. softened butter
1 c. chopped pecans
¾ c. oats

Sprinkle the topping on the apple mixture. Now bake for approximately 30-40 minutes until apples are tender.

Side notes:  1) I used Golden Delicious apples. 2) I doubled the cinnamon--just because I love it. 3) I threw in a little extra sugar. Yeah, just because I love it!!
Enjoy!!

22 comments:

  1. This sounds so good and fallish! Will keep this reciepe handy! I haven't made very many deserts with apples but I am going to try this! sounds too good! and wheres the Icecream? like I need that added!ha!

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  2. Oh NO! I am scared to even try this...I might eat the whole thing! Thanks! Diana

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  3. Hope it was okay that I copied this!! I'm going to try it out!! We're having our Homecoming at church this Sunday!! And this sounds so yummy!!

    ~Beth

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  4. This recipe sounds delicious and just in time for great apples coming our way.

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  5. This year has passed us in a blink. I remember reading your blog this past fall of 09. Thankful for your friendship! Great to catch up on the blog today!

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  6. Thinkin I need to try this one out for sure!
    Debbie

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  7. Oh my gosh. This is a keeper for sure! We'll be picking Golden Delicious this weekend so that's when I'll get to make it. Thanks.

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  8. This sounds truly delicious! Mmmmmmm - I can imagine how good it smells baking! Have a beautiful weekend, Diana. God bless!

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  9. Sounds delicious! I'll have to give it a try...And thanks for dropping by by blog earlier today and leaving your sweet comment!

    Living for Him, Joan

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  10. You just made my day! Fall has definitely fallen here in the Seattle area, and this recipe will go nicely with the batch of Beef Stew I just whipped up.

    Yum.

    Kathleen

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  11. That recipe sounds like FALL in a dish! Yum! I haven't had a variety of apple crisp that I didn't love either!

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  12. Say no more Diana, when I read butterscotch as the first ingredient. I am totally sold. This recipe sounds so delicious. I must try it soon, but first I have to work off the apple pie we ate this week. lol Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  13. Yum! I made my first crisp last weekend. It was a peach one. This sounds so much better, I will give it a try!

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  14. Oh my heavens. Thank goodness I am nursing so I can make this dessert and not feel guilty. Thanks for checking in on me! Hugs, Jennifer

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  15. I just got a ton of granny smith apples in our farmshare box and this is the perfect way to use them! Thank you!

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  16. Hi! Diana, just to let you know I am fixing to go to the grocery, and buy the stuff for this Apple Crisp! will let you know if I ate the whole thing or not HA!Ha!. Have been thinking about it since you posted! now if you read my blog today, just ignore every thing I'm saying! until I have this dessert! Have a Blessed Wk-end!

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  17. Hi Diana!
    So happy to meet you! Thanks for coming to visit!
    Im following you too..here and on your recipe blog...
    Looking forward to getting to know you!!
    have a great weekend!

    Deborah :)

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  18. Definitely trying this! *ohmygoodness* Thanks! Enjoyed catching up on all your news. After my big month, finally over, I'm settling in for some good blog reading. Yours is always one of my favorite reads. Thanks, dearheart, for keeping up with my rantings...

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  19. Well, another one for me to try!!! This looks wonderful!

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  20. Yummy!!!! I might eat the whole thing if I make it.

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  21. oooh, I am salivating just reading this - and it sounds really easy, my family will love it! Thanks as always Diana! Hope you are having a great weekend!
    Jen xo

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  22. A quick thank you shout out as I sit spelling this delicious recipe baking in my oven. It has become a favorite.

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