Simple Quick Oats Apple Crisp


Got apples? If so, I found this scrumptious recipe for a healthier version of apple crisp that your family will devour in one day! I followed the recipe to the “apple core” 😊, however there were a couple little changes I want you to know about before you make the “Simple Quick Oats Apple Crisp” recipe…

Simple Quick Oats Apple Crisp Recipe

What Apples I Used in Quick Oats Apple Crisp

Every October our family of 4 heads out to pick apples, and while we are there we take our family photo. This year was a little different because we picked up our apples curb-side “pre-picked”. Although a bit strange, the apples ended up being gorgeous huge Honey Crisp Apples! We also set up my tripod in a local park to get our annual photo done. So, it ended up being a win-win situation 🍎.

Simple Quick Oats Apple Crisp Recipe

What Changes Did I Make to the Quick Oats Apple Crisp Recipe

So, now that I had my favorite peeps in a cute family photo, and a big bushel of yummy apples sitting in my garage, all I needed was a simple, healthy, apple crisp recipe that used ingredients I happen to have on hand.

The recipe I found originally called for almond flour which I did not have. I used regular all-purpose flour and it still turned out crunchy on top, and juicy on the bottom. In fact, the quick oat crumbly topping was the best part. Doesn’t it look yummy?

Simple Quick Oats Apple Crisp Recipe

I also wanted you to know that I used salted butter (not coconut oil which is an option in the original recipe).

I also sliced the apples instead of dicing them.

So there you have it. Just a couple things I did that may help you depending on what you have in the house, and what you prefer.

I sure hope you give this apple crisp a try!

Original Apple Crisp Recipe


Simple Quick Oats Apple Crisp Recipe

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6 Responses

  1. Dad says:

    Going to make this weekend, looks real good.

  2. Bette says:

    Hi Julie:
    What a lovely picture of your family, you are so skinny now, lookin’ good. Well my husband Joe made your Fiato soup and with the balsamic, it was wonderful. He was quite impressed.
    Hoping to make your apple crisp today or tomorrow.

    Cheers, Bette

    • Julie says:

      Hello, Bette! I am so happy your husband made the soup!! We had the apple crisp again yesterday. Very yummy for breakfast!! Thank you for stopping over. Let me know how it turns out.

  3. ColleenB.-Tx. says:

    We just finished with our apple crisp that I had made the other day.
    Eating it warm with a Big scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzled with caramel sauce………….YUM.
    This is one of our favorite Fall desserts; but then again; hubby would be happy with any dessert at any time.

    • Julie says:

      Hi Colleen! Did you try this recipe? Or did you use one you had? Caramel sauce sounds delicious!!

      • ColleenB.~Tx. says:

        I did use my own recipe (was before I seen this one) but it has all the same ingredients as the one here, but I do add extra ingredients when I make an apple crisp. I use All-Purpose flour.
        Sometimes I will add golden raisins, and/or dried cranberry or packet of dried cherries to the mix and many of times I will add a couple cut up pears to the apple mixture. I must say; I do like the cut up fresh (Not canned) pears to the mix.
        I do double the batch to where my 9×13 pan is really full.

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