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Amish Apple Crisp

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Use a regular ungreased bread pan for best topping results.
  • Peel and core the apples, then cut into eighths. Place into bread pan. Dump in the brown sugar and vanilla, toss with apples until well coated.
  • Mix the flour, egg, sugar and baking powder in a small bowl until the egg is the size of rice. Spread this mixture over the apples as evenly as possible. Place the pats of butter onto this topping, spacing them evenly so that the butter will reach as much of the topping as possible as it melts. Sprinkle as much cinnamon as you like on top.
  • Place into oven, bake 30 minutes or until golden brown and the apples are boiling.


This is not your typical crisp. The topping forms a dumpling-like "bread" that sticks to one's ribs! Serve hot plain, with whipped cream, or ice cream. This is a very flexible recipe. You can use half apples and half pears. If you want to use all pears, keep in mind that they will cook down more than apples do and have very little texture. Or you can use three cups of blueberries or three cups of pitted cherries. Use almond extract instead of vanilla if you use the cherries. You could also use cans of pie filling, if you choose. Don't use rhubarb, unless you like things sour!

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