I had two ziplock bags of cut apples left from this weekend. I had to use them in some delicious way. I checked my cabinet and saw I also had a bag of Kraft Caramels. BINGO! I was going to make-up my own little dessert.I chopped the sliced apples and threw them in a large pan. How many whole apples did I chop? I seriously have no idea…4? 5? Four sounds good. Four chopped apples into the pan. Sprinkle some cinnamon and add a splash of whiskey. (So far, not real exact measurements. Guess I’ll never be on Food Network.) Why whiskey? Well, I thought the apples needed a bit of liquid to get them soft and add flavor. I’m sure apple juice or cider would be delicious, but since I didn’t have either one of those, I used whiskey. Throw in a handful of raisins, if you would like. I did. And I liked it!I put a lid on it and cooked the apples until they were soft and the liquid disappeared.
As the apples cooked, I chopped up pecans and EXACTLY 12 Kraft caramel squares. (How’s that for being precise?) But you know what? You can use as many as you would like!!! Go crazy! Use 15 or 23 or the whole dang bag!
Caramel Apple Crisp
Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Put next 4 ingredients in a large pan, stir and cooked covered until apples are soft:
4-5 chopped apples 1tsp cinnamon
Handful of raisins A splash of whiskey
While waiting for apples and raisins to cook, stir together:
2 Tbl butter, melted. 1 cup granola
1/2 cup chopped pecans. 1 Tbl brown sugar
When apples are soft, pour into a buttered baking dish. Sprinkle with:
12-15 Kraft Caramels, unwrapped and chopped
Bake in a 350 degree oven until caramel is melted and topping is slightly browned.
Happy Fall Y’all! Hey thanks for dropping by!