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Caramel Apple Crisp

Caramel Apple Crisp recipe
photo by:kraft
Remember those caramel apples you used to enjoy at the carnival? Well, this crisp version will take you back. Bonus: It's a lot easier to eat!
time
prep:
10 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
11/24/2011
I followed the recipe exactly as it read, but the caramels were not melted into the rest of the dish, and when we ate it, the caramels were like little rocks. Glad I did not serve it to guests. Also, my daughter thought it was too sweet. Probably needs to be cooked longer but the top was browning nicely, so I took it out of the oven after (the suggested) 35 minutes and I thought it was done through and through. Maybe melt the caramels first or use caramel sauce instead of the candy and cook it a little longer.
posted:
5/23/2011
This recipe is so good! We even put french vanilla ice cream on top which made it even better!
posted:
10/11/2010
This recipe was great, the only thing we thought was that it is very very sweet. Next time I will try to add the cinnamon to the dry mixture. My only negatives are that cutting all the apples was a pain and trying to crumble the butter without a mixture was just too hard. Over all though it smelled wonderful and looked great and tasted very yummy!
posted:
10/15/2009
The best apple crisp I have found!
posted:
3/22/2008
I just made this recipe today. I really liked it and it was very simple…I am not very picky when it comes to easy comfort food and this would be in that category. I changed a couple of things. I lowered the oven temperature to 300 degrees and up the cook time to about an hour. I am not one for mushy apples and I like a little texture with them so this seemed to work out. I also melted my caramels down with the milk…that just really enhanced everything…I should have used the cinnamon as well…BUT that is for next time. This is something that will go over well at work
posted:
3/20/2008
I first saw this recipe and thought it looked very good for as simple as it sounded. I used caramel topping instead of Kraft caramels because I couldn't find them and someone else said you could use the topping. I found that the caramel topping turned really wet and syrupy once it was baked. (Not very appetizing.) The apples were kinda bland and not very tender even after cooking it for 45 minutes. (I had to take it out because the topping was starting to burn.) Overall, I wouldn't make this recipe again. I have found many other things that tasted a lot better.
posted:
1/2/2008
This recipe was simply delicious!
posted:
11/21/2007
This recipe was great! The 1st time I made it I used the whole caramels, but they didn't melt all the way so I substituted with caramel topping the next time & it was wonderful!
posted:
10/21/2007
Good. Not hard to make. A little too sweet for my tastes. I may try to cut back on the caramel next time. Definately need a glass of milk with this one.
posted:
9/26/2007
I have made this for a couple of family cookouts and it has gone over really well. I do find that if the carmel gets to close to the side of the pan it can be really hard to clean. I also did not peel my apples it made them stay a little bit crisper after cooking.
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