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…
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 🍎.
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?
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!