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Hot Apple Raisin Crisp


Hot Apple Raisin Crisp

4 Gala Apples, cored, unpeeled, and diced

1 cup rolled oats

½ cup of raisins

2 cups apple juice

2 tbspn Earth Balance, plus 1 extra tbspn

1 tspn vanilla extract, plus ½ tspn

1 tspn cinnamon, plus ½ tspn

½  tspn nutmeg

1 cup of nuts (pecans or walnuts)

1 tbspn cornstarch

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Preheat 2 qt saucepan on medium on stovetop.  Add 2 tbspn Earth Balance butter and melt.  Add apples to butter and toss to coat, cooking for about 5 minutes..  Add 1 tspn cinnamon,  ½ tspn nutmeg, and raisins to apples and toss around.  Dissolve  1 tbspn cornstarch in apple juice until smooth and add to apples, stirring to incorporate.  Take off the heat and stir in 1 tspn vanilla.  Pour apple mixture  in an ovenproof  9×9 glass casserole dish. In a separate bowl, mix rolled oats, ½ tspn cinnamon, nuts, and 1 tbspn Earth Balance butter together, and add ½ tspn of vanilla and toss around.  Spread oats mixture over top of apples in casserole dish and bake at 350 degrees for about  30 – 40 minutes until oats are lightly golden brown.  Serve!

*Refrigerate leftovers as they are always good for breakfast reheated.

 

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