Spiked Granola Apple Crisp How-To

A traditional fall dessert gets an untraditional twist when topped with a crunchy granola-sugar cookie dough mix.

Save and Share
Sorry, something went wrong. Please save again. Error occurred while removing from favorites X
Apple crisp is a staple fall dessert. There are so many varieties you can make to use your delicious, crisp apple harvest. 

So how about bumping it up a notch and adding a bit of a kick? 

With Pillsbury® sugar cookie dough and Cascadian Farm® granola cereal, it comes together in less than 15 minutes! 

First, chop up 4 to 5 medium apples. If you have a fancy peeler/corer gadget, I would use it! Otherwise just peel and cut up the apples in even pieces. 

Add sugars, cinnamon and schnapps to the apples. Mix well.

an apple being sliced and a bowl of apple chunks being mixed with cinnamon, sugars and schnapps
Spread in a greased baking dish. Now it is time for the cookie dough! You can measure out ¾ cup or just chop off about 1/3 of the roll. Crumble in a bowl along with the granola cereal. Then spread on top of the apples in the baking dish. a bowl with granola mixed with chunks of cookie dough. a baking dish layered with apples and granola
Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes. You can then assemble the crisp into glasses with whipped cream for an absolutely delicious fall dessert! glasses being filled with the spiked granola apple crisp and being topped with whipped cream
More To Explore
powered by ZergNet