Prep 15 mins
Cook 30 mins
.I love this recipe.I usually have everything that I need ( as long as my brown sugar hasn't transformed into a solid rock). I use my favorite apple,the red delicious.I am sure that any apple would do ( maybe your favorite).
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees Farenhiet (200 degrees Celsius).
- In a medium sized bowl, combine flour, oats, brown sugar, cinnamon and salt.Mix well.
- Add butter or margarine to flour mixture and combine with a fork.
- Place apple slices in a glass 12" x 8" dish.(You could also use a 9"x9", but they will have more "juice").
- Sprinkle topping over the apples making sure that all areas are covered.
- Bake in preheated oven for 25 to 30 minutes.
- Serve warm and enjoy!
- Optional, you can add your favorite topping:whip cream,vanilla ice cream,etc.
I was wanting to use up some apples before they went bad.So a search was done and this recipe is the one that I decided to try.Instead of messing up another dish to melt the margarine, I preheated the oven to 400 degrees and melted it in the baking dish.While the margarine was melting, the first five ingredients were mixed together and the apples were peeled and sliced. After the margarine was cooled I added it to the oatmeal mixture.Then half of the apples were added to the dish, sprinkled with half of the oatmeal topping,repeated with the remaining apples and oatmeal.Baked for 25 minutes and it came out just fine.For that bit of " something extra" we had it topped with a bit of cool-whip.This was so easy to make,and it was even easier to eat.This will be made again.Thanks for posting and, "Keep Smiling :)"
This is delicious! I made this with Braeburn apples. The only change I might make next time would be to cut back to 1/2 cup of brown sugar for that type of apples. Really easy to put together for a quick dessert as I keep these items on hand. Thanks for posting!
We were given some Jonagold apples and went looking for a recipe to use them. This one is a winner, easy to make and uses things most kitchens will have on hand. Made for PAC Fall '08.