Old Fashioned Apple Crisp WANT TO SAVE THIS RECIPE?

For a comforting treat that is perfect for autumn, nothing beats an old-fashioned apple crisp. This traditional dessert brings out the finest seasonal tastes with its mix of soft apples and a crunchy, cinnamon-spiced topping. This easy recipe has been producing delicious apple crisps for years. Softened apples combine with the aromatic topping in a delightful way, and it's simpler to make than you may imagine. You should put this nostalgic crisp on your list of things to bake this autumn because it lives up to the hype.

So, which apple types are the most effective?
The combination of sweet Honeycrisps and acidic Granny Smiths is my favorite. Nice apple taste depth is achieved by combining the two. Red Delicious and other mealy kinds should be avoided. When baked, thinly sliced apples take on a delightful buttery feel.

Must the topping be chilled before serving?
Sure thing! To facilitate mixing, combine the dry ingredients with the room temperature butter. As it bakes, the oats, brown sugar, flour, spices, and salt are mixed with the cooled butter slices, making for a crunchy topping.
The ezoic

Can I still make this without nutmeg?
Not a problem! Although cinnamon complements nutmeg's warm taste, the latter is equally lovely when used alone. For the most authentic apple pie spice flavor, I recommend using a full tablespoon. In a hurry? Just leave it out. The crisp will still turn out fine.