Is it a pie or is it a crumble? It’s a spirally twist on an old favorite! If you want your dessert to look like, and taste like a masterpiece this is the treat for your feast. Or…if you’re like me and can’t make your recipes look like Pinterest but you’d really like your goodies to look like you spent hours on them, this is going to make you look like an artist.
You’ll need one magical tool to complete this project. You’ll need an apple cutter, corer, peeler. You can purchase them at any big box store, or online. It’s one of my favorite tools to use in the kitchen because my daughter loves helping when she gets to use it. And any time my daughter can help in the kitchen is a bonus for me.
For this recipe you’ll want to follow the ingrediants for my apple crips. Instead of cutting the apples up, you’ll keep them spiraled.
First mix all of the liquid ingredients. There are two sets of liquid ingredients, you’ll want to mix both sets at the same time. Before you add the dry ingredients, brush some of the liquid between each spiral. You’ll want to brush both the top and the bottom of each piece.
After you’ve brushed each spiral, brush the outside of each apple.
Now mix together all of the dry ingredients. Again, both sets of dry ingredients. Fill the middle of each of the apples with the mixture. Then add some of the dry mixture inbetween the apple spirals. Add a little under the third ring, then move to the other side of the apple and go down one or two rings and add a little more, go again to another part of the apple and down a couple of rings and add more until you have a good amount of crumble in each apple.
After the apples are done cooking you’ll have leftover juices on the bottom of the pan. Spoon those juices over the top of the apples and let them drip down the sides of the apples.