Crisps are a fruity dessert best served straight from the oven. Apple crisps are probably the standard for this line of dessert, and you can try several apple crisp recipes for one that fits your taste needs.See Popular Apple Crisp Recipes
Surprise! It's panko bread crumbs that add the crispy-crunchy topping to this cozy apple crisp.
What makes it easy? Apple pie filling and crumbled oatmeal raisin cookies combine to make a delicious apple crisp that is cooked in the microwave and ready to serve in less than 10 minutes.
Tart apples and a lemony batter add a tasty tang to these fun fall fritters--great for snacks or a quick dessert.
Fresh, crisp apples get topped with rich homemade caramel sauce and crushed cookie bits to make this personal-sized dessert treat.
Crush your favorite cookies for the crispy topping in this cooked apple and caramel dessert recipe.
This no-bake dessert is topped with oatmeal cookies. Just heat in the microwave a few minutes and this sweet treat is ready to eat.
Crisps are old-fashioned comfort food. I like them best served warm with a generous pour of fresh cream.
Forget store bought snacks and make your own afternoon treat of sweet and spicy baked apple crisps. Store them in an air-tight container for up to one week.
There's nothing like this old-fashioned apple dessert recipe to top off a good dinner. It's low in calories and can be made even lower if prepared with sugar substitute.
Apples are coming into season and while they are generally available all year round, certain varieties will only be in the market for a few weeks. I'm always happy to try new varieties of apples, and this year I'm enjoying SweeTango apples, a cross between a Honeycrisp and a Zestar. They are sweet and tangy with an almost tropical finish.
Bake this pecan-topped apple crisp on a brisk autumn day. Bright red cranberries bestow a pleasing tartness.
For an easy, no-fail dessert, try this one-bowl recipe. The apple, cinnamon, and vanilla make a scrumptious treat for Christmas.
A double dose of caramel--baked in with the fruit and drizzled on top--elevates the humble crisp to new levels of indulgence. Mix two types of apples for the best texture. The tender apples cook down and create a sort of thick sauce, while the firm apples hold their shape. Boiled cider, which you can purchase at specialty stores or online or make using the recipe on our site, adds an extra splash of apple flavor.