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Slow Cooker Apple Crisp
October 12, 2009

I haven't had much success lately with apples for some reason. I had also been wanting to try a dessert in the crock pot pot. This fit the bill for both. I did not have any success with this either and wasted a lot of ingredients. First of all it only made 6 servings so I had to double it to have enough. I have one of the new larger slow cookers so it was no problem. I used all granny smith apples. Followed directions to the letter. I left it in the slow cooker for a couple of hours on low and then uncovered it for the last hour. Finally to keep it warm for dinner, I kept it on the "keep warm" setting". I should have turned it off b/c it burned in the left end very badly, although it did not smell burned. One of my daughters liked it - no one else cared for it. Most of it stayed in the 'fridge for the rest of the week and no one warmed any up to eat again. I agree with rae on the Apple Mush. It was very sweet. I give this a thumbs down. Even with the lid off the topping never got remotely crisp. The white ceramic bowl in my cooker is stained and I still need some good apple recipes. This makes the third one I have tried. When I told my daughter what I was cooking,she said, "Oh, no! Mom you always have trouble with apples!" and I did. . . . perhaps it was me but I have to give this only 3 stars at best b/c I doubled it that could have been the problem.

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