She is like the ships of the merchant; she brings her food from afar. vs. 14
On Wednesday night, Kaleb and I went over to one of our wedding mentor’s home, Dan & Claire Digman. The night was filled with being transparent, laughing, eating good food, loving their daughter, admiring their well-trained dogs, and enjoying apple crisp deliciousness. The apple crisp deliciousness was our contribution.
Whenever we go to someone’s home, we always ask, “What can we bring?” Well, dessert was the answer. So dessert was brought. I always try to keep in mind what everyone there would like and what would taste good according to the season we are in. Well, apple crisp is perfect for fall and winter. So that’s what I made. This was the first time making this, and believe me, I will be making it again. Yum!
The recipe came from…Joy the Baker. It’s called Sit-and-Stay-a-While Apple Crisp. And that is exactly what we did.
Here are the ingredients…
This is what you do…
1. Cut up them apples. (You can use any apples, but I have a deep love for green, sour apples.)
2. Put one layer of apples on the bottom of the pan.
3. Sprinkle the sugar and cinnamon mix together on those apples. (this is to ensure that the bottom doesn’t get cheated out on the sugary goodness)
4. Add the rest of the apples…and repeat sprinkle process.
5. Mix the other ingredients together in a bowl. (it will look a little crumbly and a little doughy, don’t be alarmed. it’s messy apple crisp…it works well like that)
6. Spread that mix on those apples. Cover them completely.
7. Put your culinary creation into the oven on 350 degrees. Leave it in a good hour so it will get nice and brown. Joy says it should look like this… (mine wasn’t this pretty because I didn’t leave it in long enough to get that brown due to a time constraint; however, it still tasted delicious)
Final and most important step: PLEASE SERVE WITH VANILLA ICE CREAM! Your taste buds will appreciate you.