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Slow-Cooker Apple Crisp

Slow-Cooker Apple Crisp recipe
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Fresh apples and tart cranberries do a long, slow simmer with a few unexpected ingredients—and the results are downright comforting.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 20 min
servings
total:
12 servings, about 1/2 cup each
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posted:
5/20/2013
I had to double this(12 kids)myself and hubby almost didn't have enough. Very delicious needled to say. I did omit the cranberries and nuts.
posted:
9/21/2012
Lokks good & will try this recipe.
posted:
3/20/2012
To keep the moisture level down in the crock pot, put a paper towel over the crock and then put the lid on. The condensation from the lid will be stopped by the towel and it won't be so mushy!
posted:
3/13/2012
This was delicious! Used craisins. Couldnt find frozen cranberries. Also used more Nilla wafers than called for. I also used a combination of almonds and peanuts. Wonderful with ice cream or cool whip :)
posted:
2/5/2012
It came out like mush and the cranberries gave it a bitter taste to it, I'll stick to making apple crisp the old fashion way
posted:
1/31/2012
This was easy, good, and fun! I added pecans to the topping, used dried cranberry, and I used a few different types of apples. Next time I will make more topping!
posted:
1/22/2012
Can someone please help me understand what I did wrong? I followed the recipe to a tee and its all mushy, like apple sauce? Did you use a large crock pot with this? I dont know what I did wrong :(
posted:
1/18/2012
I haven't tried this recipe yet either but will be one that I am going to make. This is in response to 'annleasmom' about the cranberries. Sometimes grocers will take the bags of leftover fresh cranberries and store them in the freezer section of their store. If you can't fine them you could use a bag (10-12 oz.) of dried cranberries. Hope this helps.
posted:
1/7/2012
I haven't made this yet due to the fact that I cannot find frozen or fresh cranberries. Does anyone know if you could use another fruit?
posted:
12/11/2011
AMAZING! We ate it with french vanilla ice cream which mellowed the tartness of the cranberries a bit. I also made double the amount for the topping knowing that we'd be eating a lot of that!! It was so good, everyone loved it.
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