Sunday, September 11, 2011


In remembrance of  those lost on 9/11
 And in honor of those who made a difference on that day....
 I am sharing an ALL American Apple Crisp

Today is a day I celebrate my Freedom.
Today I am Proud to be American.
Today I am thankful for ALL our Service Men and Woman.
Today is about Freedom, Faith, Family and Friends.

Lark's Country Heart

1 C. Flour
3/4 C. Quick Oats
1 C. Brown Sugar
1 tsp. Cinnamon
1/2 C. Margarine, softened
3 Lg. Tart Apples, peeled and sliced thin.
1/2 C. Brown Sugar
1/2 C. Sugar
2 TBSP. Corn Starch
1 C. Water
1 tsp. Vanilla
Mix together the first 5 ingredients until you have course crumbs.
Press 1/2 Crumbs into a lightly sprayed 9 inch baking dish. Then place thin sliced apple in rows over top. Set aside while you mix the rest of the ingredient's in a sauce pan. Cook on Med. heat until thickens. Pour over apples. Top with the remaining half of the crumbs.
Bake in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour.
Tastes great warm or cooled.

God Bless America!


Concetta said...

Hello My Sweet Friend!
I hope you are enjoying your holiday!! We are on vacation this week - yay!
Your recipe looks delicious - as always!

Betty Martha said...

Happy 4th Lark to you, your family and to all your American followers!

Bizzy B. Bakes said...

I am an apple fan when the apples are cooked and this is so appealing. I invite you to link this Bake with Bizzy. It would be a wonderful addition.

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

oh man...this looks so good. I thought my mom's would be the BEST but this...hmmmm I won't tell her if you won't. Hope the sale today was a good success for ya! Hugs.

Lisa said...

Hope you ate that with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side.

basilmomma: Heather Tallman said...

You are right! That IS all American :)
Also, I love the plate!

Krista said...

Absolutely American! Thanks for sharing at Church Supper! See you again next wee :)

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Jenna said...

Great way to celebrate our country, looks delicious!

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