Thursday, September 24, 2009

Show Us Your Life - Favorite Dessert Recipe

Well - we've made it to the end of another week (can I hear an AMEN!!) and time for another edition of Show Us Your Life, hosted by Kelly's Korner.  This week is FAVORITE DESSERT RECIPES.

Umm, yum.

Let's face it - I ate my way through college.  I considered cookies and coffee (more specifically cookies dipped IN coffee) to be a major food group.  My roommates will attest to this fact (Kari? Jess?).  So I am SUPER excited to see what recipes people have to share this week.

In the spirit of fall (as much as it can be fall when it's the end of September and still 80 degrees) I've decided to share a super simple recipe for apple crisp that my sister actually first shared with me.

Oh - and even though this is "show us your favorite dessert recipe," I would say that it is completely acceptable to eat this for breakfast.

Apple Crisp

6-8 apples, peeled and sliced
1/4 cup orange juice (optional)
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup butter/margarine
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/4 tsp. nutmeg
3/4 cup flour
Dash of salt

Cut apples and place into a 8" or 9" pie plate.
Pour juice over apples.
Mix dry ingredients, cut in butter.
Spoon mixture over apples.

Bake at 400 degrees for 30-45 minutes.

Enjoy the weekend!!  Please keep all of us in Atlanta and the surrounding areas in your prayers.  The city was essentially flooded earlier in the week and the damage has been absolutely devastating in some places.

Thanks for stopping by!!
Sarah :)


  1. Hey Sarah,
    I hope you all are wading through the mess over there in ATL safely and get back to normal soon! We will certainly be praying for you!
    I also had an apple crisp recipe and we need to trade notes!
    Yours sounds yummy!! I love the idea of orange juice! Thanks!

  2. Girl, cookies and coffee IS a food group! Trust me, I'm a nurse! haha :-)
    That apple crisp sounds so delicious!!! I am going to try making it for this weekend and let you know how it was :)

  3. Your apple crisp sounds so good! I love making new recipes and will have to give this a try!

  4. PS: and I will most definitely pray for you guys!
    Here in Dallas we just avoided a major 9/11 like disaster, but thank God that they caught him! Tragedies come in all shapes and sizes, and I am so very grateful that God has protected us so far! He is so amazing!!!

  5. Thanks! I figured the chocolate chips would melt and stay on the top, but they went to the middle! They taste amazing that way! Don't even need icing!

  6. I love me some apple crisp! Sounds so good and especially for fall.

  7. Love apple crisp! Hooray for fall foods!


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