Apples and Maple Crisp

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Apples and Maple Crisp

Production: 4 – Serving
Preparation: 10 Minutes
Rest time: 5 Minutes
Cooking: 45 Minutes

HA! Apples! What a delicious fruit fall offers us with the delicious and juicy apple.

We take this opportunity to share this great everyday favorite, the apple crisp. By adding a small spoon of maple syrup, it gives a touch sweet, while the pinch of nutmeg gives it just a little different spicy taste instead of the classic cinnamon.

The choice of apples makes a difference but is not a major factor. Nonetheless, the Paula Red apple is my favorite for this recipe with a rather sweet taste and the ability to melt during cooking.

Apple Crisp

Apples – [5]
Flour (all purpose) – [1/4 cup]  (65 ml.)
Oatmeal Flakes (Quick Cooking) – [1/2 cup]  (125 ml.)
Brown sugar – [1/4 cup]  (65 ml.)
Maple syrup – [1 tablespoon]  (15 ml.)
Ground Nutmeg – [1/2 teaspoon]  (3 ml.)
Lemon juice  – [1/4 cup]  (65 ml.)
Butter – [1/4 cup]  (65 ml.)

1- Preheat the oven to 350 F (180C).
2- Wash, peel and dice the apples.
3- Put the lemon juice in large bowl and stir in the diced apples so they do not brown.
4- In another bowl combine flour, oats, brown sugar and butter and mix until you get a coarse texture.
5- Fill the ramekins with the apple dices.
6- Add the touch of maple syrup and nutmeg.
7- Pack the flour + oatmeal + brown sugar + butter mixture over the apples.
8- Bake for 60 minutes.
9- Let cool for a few minutes before serving.

One Comment

  1. Comment by Lauren:

    I love those cute little ramekins! So adorable!