It is the season of apple-picking, apple cider and apple-infused desserts such as the one in this ‘My Baking Addiction’ Inside-Out Crisp. The aromatic smell of apples will soon—if they haven’t already—fill houses and invigorate appetites.
Despite gaining inspiration from home-style apple crisp, this My Baking Addiction Inside-Out Crisp actually inverts the presentation and construction of this festive fall dessert. In the place of having crumble on top of an apple mixture, this recipe instead stuffs each apple with a crumbled oat crisp.
The apples—Granny Smith and Honey Crisp are suggested—need to be cored and hollowed out and stuffed with a simple mixture of rolled oats and brown sugar. After spending about 30 minutes baking to perfection in the oven, they need to be drizzled with caramel sauce. The tartness of the apples and the sweetness of the sauce compliment each other quite beautifully. As a result of this, they will have the family anxiously awaiting the completion of dinner.
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By: Erin Kirkpatrick - Published: Oct 19, 2012 • References: mybakingaddiction