Bring the fun of caramel apples into your kitchen with this Butterscotch Apple Crisp. Chopped nuts and oatmeal make for a chewy and delicious baked dessert perfect for crisp Fall nights.
Sub. for the NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Butterscotch Fla
by E. Em
, Acme, PA on Jul. 2010
I don't keep NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Butterscotch Flavored Morsels in the house. But I always have choc. chips and they have to be Toll House. So I sub.ed them, also used July apples. Turned out prety good.
by N. Natalie
, Warsaw, IN on Sep. 2009
I absolutely love making (and eating) this apple crisp! I fix mine a little differently though - I toss the apple slices in the flour, cinnamon, and brown sugar and pour the remaining on the layered apples; then I melt the butterscotch pieces over the stove and stir in some milk to make a liquid/paste, then I pour that over my layered apples. Anyway you do it, this is one delicious recipe - everyone I've given some to says the same!
Necessity, The Mother of Invention
by e. ellen
, Hurleyville, NY on Mar. 2009
This evening I attempted to start the recipe and found no oatmeal in my pantry. Necessity is the mother of intenvtion so I substituted instant oatmeal packets for the oatmeal. I also just used my apple corer peeler and left skins on all my apples adding more fiber to the recipe and saving me alot of time.
Can't wait until it comes out of the oven. I'm drooling as it smells SO good in my kitchen.
Butterscotch Apple Crisp
by L. Laura
, Bear, DE on Nov. 2008
My recipe for apple crisp varies alittle from this, but i added the butterscotch morsels to mine, and talk about fantastic! my husband loves the apple crisp, but he also loves butterscotch. so needless to say! it is now his all time favorite.!!!!
by A. Adena
, NORTH BRANCH, MN on Oct. 2008
I love Apple crisp, so I am always trying different recipes. This one is fabulous! My family also loves it and has been begging me to make it again!
Easy & delicious
by V. VICTORIA
, North Dallas, TX on Sep. 2008
This recipe was easy to make, and tasted even better the next day. Serve with vanilla ice cream and watch it disappear!
by c. cherlyn
, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK on Nov. 2007
I tried this recipe and it was great as far as I was concerned. Everyone else thought it could use a little more sugar.
Easy & Yummy
by E. Evonne
, FRASER, MI on Oct. 2007
The butterscotch and apple crisp are easy to make and are very yummy. My family wants me to make this recipe again soon. Which won't be a problem because it is so easy.
by l. laura
, SELMA, NC on Oct. 2007
This recipe is very tasty, especially with whip topping.
Oh My Gosh!
by J. Jackie
, TORREY, UT on Oct. 2007
I made this for desert tonight. I didn't have any butterscotch chips but did have the Caramel/Chocolate Swirls. I used those and they were really good. My only complaint was the topping was dry. Maybe it is because of our dry climate but I will use more butter in the topping next time.
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