Recipe is delicious. Measured all dry ingredients, separating Crisp from Apple Mix, and put each in separate labeled fold-over sandwich bags. Combined as directed the next morning. After chopping 2 large and 2 small Gala apples, there were too many to fit in my 1.5 quart cooker so I chopped them again into smaller pieces. With apples still in glass mixing bowl, I added and thoroughly stirred in lemon juice to keep apples from browning then covered bowl with plastic wrap and put in frig overnight. Halved the rest of the ingredients, using Allrecipes calculator. I subbed white sugar with Apriva and having no walnuts, used 1/2 cup quick-cooking oatmeal. With apple mix filling cooker 3/4 full, I spooned mixture of Crisp ingredients over it. Good thing, because I had to leave out 1 cup. I slow cooked 3 hours, then 1 hour without the lid. The topping did not harden as directed. Disappointed, I decided to make apple turnovers so opened a package of canned jumbo flaked biscuits, rolled each biscuit flat into a 5-inch circle then added 2 teaspoonfuls apples, folded and crimped edges to made turnovers. I’ll be the first to admit, next time I’ll use pastry dough. The apple filling tastes better by itself. Though the recipe did not turn out as it should have, I enjoyed making it. Next time I'll use Red Delicious apples; first time using Gala.
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Recipe is delicious. Measured all dry ingredients, separating Crisp from Apple Mix, and put...