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Apple-Oat-Cinnamon Crisp

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Introduction

I love this because it is a comfort food. Used as a breakfast food can be a snack or dessert I guess. Made with wholesome ingredients and quick in mornings

I love this because it is a comfort food. Used as a breakfast food can be a snack or dessert I guess. Made with wholesome ingredients and quick in mornings

Ingredients

Serves: -

Metric Cups
  • uncooked rolled oats 0.25 cups per person
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • cinnamon To taste but not too much
  • brown sugar To taste
  • green apples Dependant on number of people
  • uncooked rolled oats 0.25 cups per person
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • cinnamon To taste but not too much
  • brown sugar To taste
  • green apples Dependant on number of people

Method

Apple-Oat-Cinnamon Crisp is a community recipe submitted by Lindadee and has not been tested by Nigella.com so we are not able to answer questions regarding this recipe.

  • Cut green apples into in half and cut in thin slices .
  • Saute in the butter for a few minutes, add the oats and rest of ingredients.
  • Cook until the apples are done and the oats are no longer crunchy - Make sure you don't cook too the apples for too long!
  • Cut green apples into in half and cut in thin slices .
  • Saute in the butter for a few minutes, add the oats and rest of ingredients.
  • Cook until the apples are done and the oats are no longer crunchy - Make sure you don't cook too the apples for too long!
  • Additional Information

    This works well with frozen blueberries, and probably is really good with peaches. This is not actually supposed to be an oatmeal, the oats are for texture and nutrition.

    This works well with frozen blueberries, and probably is really good with peaches. This is not actually supposed to be an oatmeal, the oats are for texture and nutrition.

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