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freezing apple crisp

Posted by marric Z5a Ontario (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 6, 11 at 13:50

DH came home with a bushel of apples last week. Last year I made a lot of apple sauce and have 20 quarts left so I thought I'd make apple crisp with these. I have a plain recipe but is you have a really good one I'd love to try it. Also, when you freeze apple crisp do you cook 1/2 way thru, all the way thru or freeze uncooked? Thanks for any advice, and recipes I hope. Marg


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RE: freezing apple crisp

I freeze my apple crisp completely cooked and cooled. Then I pop it into the oven frozen, and have delicious apple crisp that tastes as good as fresh.

I have a recipe that makes 2 8x8 pans so that we can eat one now and freeze one for later.

Here is a link that might be useful: Apple Crisp Recipe


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RE: freezing apple crisp

what I make is about the same as mrswaz posted. I've never tried freezing it though, as I find it's just as quick to take out apples (home canned) and make it, and takes less room in the freezer.

I'm post kids now, and that makes a difference. It was nice to have things fully prepared and ready to go in the oven when I had teens at home (they usually got home before I did).


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RE: freezing apple crisp

  • Posted by marric Z5a Ontario (My Page) on
    Tue, Nov 8, 11 at 12:57

Thanks. I made 2 already before I went to work and will make 2 more today before I go. I made my recipe and just had to try mrswaz recipe. Ive already used a lot up when I made pies. Marg


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