Ever tried to make biscuits and they just come out of the oven like dry pieces of cardboard? Or they carry a taste reminiscent of baking soda?
Dutch Apple Pie combines the best of both worlds: the even slices and crust of the Apple Pie and the delicious crumb topping of the Apple Crisp.
Many, including me, prefer making apple crisp when they are in a rush – this can be solved by purchasing frozen pie crusts and thawing them ahead of time. However, some also make apple crisp for the sole reason of that sought-after golden crunch: the brown sugar and oats Crumb Topping that layers Apple Crisp and probably gives both of its names; the American name “Apple Crisp” and the British “Apple Crumble.”
Just wanted to let everyone know that a new video is up on my YouTube channel! This one is a recipe video for my Garlic Spiral Rolls, which were posted on my blog last year, and you can find them here on my blog.
If you like the video, please subscribe for more! I’m planning on releasing a couple more just over the next week, and am hoping for more to follow in the near future.