TWD- Cran-Apple Crisps

Ok, are fresh/frozen cranberries really in the grocery store? I know it’s (early) November, but my stores didn’t have them in yet. Dorie says she makes this in October when cranberries arrive.
Hmm.

So I just used apples and the dried cranberries. It did need another berry, though, because it was a little dry. I did a little math and only made two of these since my husband is out of town and my parents, who were in town, left last weekend.This is a great quick and easy crisp recipe. The topping (as with all crisps I’ve ever had) was my favorite part- I loved the addition of coconut. Check out Em’s blog for the recipe. And be sure to bookmark it- it’s one of my favorites!

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7 thoughts on “TWD- Cran-Apple Crisps

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