Made to recipe, served as individual breakfast sides along with CL's Gingerbread Waffles. Super easy.
Apple Crumble with Golden Raisins
carolfitz Posted: 12/25/08
EmilyThompson Posted: 04/17/09
This is so delicious! A simple, mouthwatering and comforting dessert. Would also be tasty at breakfast. It is best piping hot!
itsgigi Posted: 02/16/11
I made this for my husband and I for Valentine's Day and it was wonderful. Very quick to prepare and delicious. I served it warm with a bit of vanilla ice cream and we both loved it. I will definitely make it again.
ChristingFa Posted: 06/19/09
Everyone I have served this to simpy loves it! I use one apple per person and add a little low-calorie maple syrup. Delicious!
TripleTreat Posted: 11/14/10
I will definately make this recipe again - maybe even for Thanksgiving. I used red apples that were on the verge of being too grainy to eat plain and used dried cranberries instead of raisins. I tripled the recipe, using 5 smallish apples, and baked in a 8x11 glass pan for 30 min. I served it with low-fat vanilla ice cream. Yum!
carynrybs Posted: 09/02/11
Very easy to prepare and delicious. We used 4 ramekins, lemon raisins and baked for 25 min and served it warm with Breyer's vanilla ice cream.
rstarrlemaitre Posted: 11/29/11
A good basic apple crumble, although nothing out of the ordinary. I would make the filling a little sweeter or use a sweet apple next time, and would add more golden raisins. Nice crumbly topping.
gzwaagstra Posted: 10/12/13
Good flavor. Didn't have orange juice, so used a little extra lemon juice. Just regular raisins because I also didn't have the golden ones. Not nearly enough crumble. I think next time I would add oatmeal to make it add more texture. Would definitely make again! Also liked that it was a recipe for 2.