I’m having trouble coming up with something to say about this apple crisp, mostly because I’m too busy looking at the picture and wishing that Dustin and I hadn’t eaten the whole thing so quickly. I’ve been waiting months to make this – the summer was just too blazing hot to enjoy such a warm, comforting dish. I was so glad to see the temperature drop enough for baking, and of course, first on the list was a delicious, simple apple crisp.
The apples are tart and tangy (I use Granny Smith for maximum effect), the streusel is to die for, and the buttery cinnamon apple juice you get after you bake this is perfection. With a combination of juicy and slightly crunchy, this apple crisp just screams “perfect fall comfort food.” I also love that it’s so easy to make. The biggest time commitment is chopping the apples, and you can even use dehydrated apples to make this quicker. There’s no mixer involved, the baking time is short, and the result is amazing!