|Apple Berry Crumble|
On a sunny, brisk Saturday morning the husband and I, some good friends, and a whole gaggle of kids met on a Manhattan street corner, loaded into a 15-passenger van and set out for the 60 minute drive. Not only did we enjoy eating our fill of crisp apples right off the tree, but a fair share of hot apple-cider donuts as well.
|At the orchard.|
I've been making this Apple Berry Crumble for several years now tweaking and modifying along the way. I think I have it about as close to perfect as you can get, guaranteeing that you will have a crowd-pleaser that never disappoints. Enjoy!
Apple Berry Crumble
|Cast of Characters: Apples, oats, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt, lemon, berries, walnuts, flour, sugar, butter or margarine.|
|Mix select ingredients together for topping. Work softened butter through with fork so that everything is coated evenly.|
|Peel, core and cut apples.|
|Mix together filling.|
|Layer ingredients in a buttered baking dish. Bake at 375 for 30 minutes.|
|Warm apple goodness!|
|Pumpkins sunning at the farm.|
Nail Color: OPI "Keep me on my Mistletoes"
I've attempted several times to make this dish "healthier" and every time it has worked great! I've traded out butter for margarine, sugar for Splenda and even a whole grain flour instead of white flour. This recipe is a classic that will be in my family for years. What are your Fall recipe staples?