Biscoff Apple Crisp

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It’s been a few months since I made an apple crisp, but I had several Granny Smith apples just sitting in my fruit bowl and I figured “what the hay?” To spice it up a little, I decided to add some cookie butter and Biscoff cookie crumbles. Those are two things I always have in my pantry and I often add them to my baked goods. As usual, I was not disappointed. You’re going to want to make this Biscoff Apple Crisp….like, immediately.

This recipe is very similar to my Easy Apple Crisp with just a couple of variations. The first is that after adding the apples to your dish, you just need to dollop about 5 spoonfuls of Biscoff cookie butter over the top of the apples. Trust me, it’s going to melt into the cinnamon sugar mixture and give it this caramely texture that is so amazing. The second variation is to crumble up 5 Biscoff cookies and sprinkle those over the top of your oat mixture.

Biscoff apple crisp

Now, you don’t HAVE to do anything else. But you know I like to be extra. So I melted a spoonful of cookie butter and drizzled it over my ice cream (you HAVE to eat vanilla ice cream with apple crisp) and the top of the apple crisp.

GAH! This is so incredibly delicious. And easy.

Happy Baking!

XOXOXO Amanda

Biscoff Apple Crisp

Recipe by Amanda Innes-ShareefCourse: DessertDifficulty: Easy
Servings

8

servings
Cooking time

20

minutes
Calories

464

kcal

Ingredients

  • Granny Smith Apples, 4-5 medium peeled and sliced

  • Sugar 1/3 cup

  • Cornstarch 2 Tbsp

  • Cinnamon 2 tsp

  • Biscoff Cookie Butter, about 5 Tbsp

  • Topping:
  • All Purpose Flour 1 cup

  • Oats 1 cup

  • Brown Sugar 2/3 cup

  • Cinnamon 1 tsp

  • Unsalted Butter, melted 1/2 cup

  • Salt 1/2 tsp

  • 5 Biscoff speculoos cookies, crushed

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Peel and slice apples and place in baking dish.
  • Place the 5 Tbsp of cookie butter on top of the apples. No need to spread, it will melt into the mixture while baking.
  • Pour sugar, cornstarch and cinnamon on top of apples and toss to coat.
  • In a bowl, combine flour, oats, brown sugar, cinnamon, salt and melted butter. Stir until mixture is combined well and wet.
  • Use your fingers to “spread” the oat mixture over the top of the apples, doing your best to cover all of the apples.
  • Sprinkle the Biscoff cookie crumbs over the oat mixture.
  • Bake for 20-25 minutes, or until the top is golden brown.

Notes

  • Refrain from baking too long or the apples will become mushy. I like mine right at 20 minutes.
  • Place your sliced apples in a bowl of COLD water with a little bit of lemon juice while working on the topping. This keeps them from browning.