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Am I the only one whose favorite dessert recipes seem to change seasonally? Apart from chocolate cake (which is my number one favorite year round) I always seem to come up with a new favorite, depending on whether it’s summer or winter. Needless to say, the ice cream desserts take the lead during the summer. Somehow I’m just not in the mood for ice cream when the temperatures drop and I’m trying to stay warm and cozy by the fireplace…
This Crockpot Caramel Apple Crumble recipe is about the easiest way to have the rich dessert flavors of fall. I know not everyone thinks of dessert items when they think of using a slow cooker, but this one turned out rather nicely for me. It’s just nine simple ingredients, low-hassle, readily expandable – within the limits of what size slow cooker that you have, and great by itself or in combination with other things.
Recipe and photo courtesy of How Sweet Eats
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