Usually I would just wing a crisp recipe... they are all pretty standard when it comes to composition...
That being said, this is one of the best recipes for crisp I have found. I did spiff it up a bit making it my own "Caramel Apple crisp" for the Holiday season, but it was an amazing hit at the potluck I brought it to. I made it according to recipe, save adding a bit of fresh ground nutmeg to the apple mixture and over the very top of the crumble mixture. It did take a little longer than an hour for cooking time, but well worth the wait. Just as one other review stated this was not completely done cooking in a 45 minute period at 350.
I let the dessert cool for about an hour or so and just before serving warm, I lightly drizzled the top of the crumbled crisp evenly with that caramel apple dip (note that I only used a small amount, probably 2-3 ounces, NOT the whole container) that they sell in the produce department of your local grocery store and served it with Tillamook Vanilla Bean Ice cream.
There wasn't any leftover :)
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Usually I would just wing a crisp recipe... they are all pretty standard when it comes to...