Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Golden Delicious Apple Raspberry Crisp

Yesterday's comment section got a little, um... feisty. I just want to say that I love the lovers and I love the haters. I hope we can all love each other. Because what the world needs now is love, sweet love. And apple crisp, preferably with a brown sugar oaty topping, and maybe a few raspberries sprinkled in.
You're in luck, because today is Tuesdays with Dorie, and I've got some apple crisp to share that fits your parameters exactly. Isn't that a lucky coincidence? Now there will be peace. Ohm.
I used my own recipe here even though Dorie's apple crisp was the TWD assignment. I love the recipe that I already have and I must make it at least once a year. It's fast. It's easy. It's cheap. It's divine. It's yours, tonight if you'll give it a try.
Money Saving Tips: Use any baking apple that you can find on sale. Granny Smith or Honey crisp would work well here. Use fresh or frozen raspberries, or cranberries if you've got them. You could also leave them out. Watch for butter to go dirt cheap over the next few weeks as stores try to lure in Thanksgiving shoppers. This would be a great alternative to pie for Thanksgiving, especially since you wouldn't have to make a crust.
Some pics: Mix the fruit in the dish.
Top it with streusel and it's ready to go. It's good. Oh yeah, it's good.
Golden Delicious and Raspberry Apple Crisp
Estimated Cost: $6.00
2 pounds Golden Delicious apples, peeled, cored, sliced (about 4 large apples)
3/4 cup raspberries (I used frozen)
1/3 cup sugar
1 cup old fashioned oatmeal
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
8 tablespoons cold butter, cut into pieces
Butter a 9 inch square baking dish. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Put apples, raspberries and sugar right into the prepared baking dish and stir them around. In a separate medium bowl, combine oats, flour, brown and cinnamon. Rub in butter with fingertips until mixture resembles coarse meal. Bake until mixture is bubbly and topping is browned, about 40 minutes.
One last thing before you go. It's time for me to again humbly ask you to vote for my French's recipe. I've made it to the semi finals, along with 20 other recipes. 5 of us will make the cut and be invited to the spring Cook-Off in NYC and be eligible for a shot at the $25,000 prize. But I need your help. Just click here and vote for lucky number seven, that's me. You can vote every day until November 25th. Thank you so much, good and kind readers.
Next Up:
Best Ever Tortilla Soup


LizNoVeggieGirl said...

Ignore the haters and keep the love on your blog!! :)

The JR said...

I had to go back and read the comments. I could have sworn I left one, but now I remember that I was having problems voting.

Anyway I finally got it to take my vote. It kept having a sql error. I guess they were having a problem with their database.

Keep reminding us to vote. You know my old timers kicks in and every day is a new day!

Amanda said...

Today is a new day :) and with it comes TWD baker love! :)

This looks fab, I am making this next week. I made the cookies this week and they were amazing!

chocolatechic said...

Looks gorgeous.

I made this this week, but took it a different direction.

Anonymous said...

Apple raspberry sounds great! I've made crisp, but I don't have a favorite recipe, so I'm looking forward to trying Dorie's.

Jean said...

FYI--I have my pop-up blocker turned on, but it doesn't stop the scrolling ads. Still love your site.

Leslie said...

Hey, I meant to tell you I thought that comment yesterday was ridiculous.
If you're going to complain, at least have the decency to sign your name.
I would have.

Julie Harward said...

This looks so very, very good! I love cooking like this! Hey, I just wanted to tell you that I am having a "GIVE A WAY"...Come say hi :D

Rich'n'Rach said...

Not gonna lie, your streusel topping looks way better than the one I did out of the book for TWD! I'll definitely do that next time.
Also note, you've changed the way I cook and the way my hubby & I eat, and for that I am eternally indebted to you haha. But seriously...

Amber said...

This looks delicious! I am a raspberry lover, in any form! Thanks for the great recipes.

Heather said...

That looks soooooo good! Thanks for the recipe idea.

Katrina said...

Ooh, the raspberries sound really good with the crisp, and love the red! Can't wait to make this next week.

Emily said...

Voted! Good luck.

Sorry about the rude commenters. It happens to all of us!

Flourchild said...

Your crisp looks amazing! Im glad you liked it and I love that you used raspberries! I am making this next.

Karen said...

I am in love with Honey Crisp apples lately. Used them in this and it was great!

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Thanks for sharing! I can't wait to try this at home! I love berries, all of them!

Jen @ tatertotsandjello.com said...

How are you Prudy? I'm sorry I haven't been a better commenter lately, but I do check in on you almost every day.

I love apple crisp in the Fall. Yum! This looks like a wonderful twist on it. Thanks for the recipe!


Foodie Liverpool said...

I have only recently found this blog and I think it is fantastic. I live in England so it is nice to get some different ideas for meals. Keep up the good work! x

Anonymous said...

I made this last night and it was delicious! I used brown sugar instead of white and added a little nutmeg to the mix.

Prudy said...

Thanks anonymous. Sounds scrumptious with a little nutmeg! Now I'll have to make it again...

Michal said...

you shared this recipe with me years ago (the last time we were living in the same town) and i have made it frequently ever since. it is my go-to recipe for apple crisp. so very yummy. the same can be said for about half of my go-to recipes (or possibly more)--they come from you and they are so very yummy!

Anonymous said...

This sounds so yummy! I've made cranberry apple crisp, but not raspberry. I am going to have to remedy that!

Welcome to our crazy blessed life said...

mmmmmm raspberry! That sounds delicious!

TeaLady said...

Your crisp looks just perfect. I used a variety of apples I had on hand and it worked out beautifully.

Love the songs on the blog.

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