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If you know me, you know apple desserts are my weakness. They are so light and delicious and I absolutely love them. However, some of them are not light (although, still totally delicious!) and this is one of them. But guess what? I absolutely love it. It is hearty and rich and the crust over the top is the perfect fit for an apple dessert. Add a scoop of ice cream and you have got a dream dessert right in your hands. This is the perfect dessert for a harvest potluck or Thanksgiving dinner. But, as always, it would be just as good any time of year.
My favorite part about this dessert is that it is made in the crock pot. This means I can have apple caramel crumble cake for days, or at least share with another person. It makes a hefty amount and I will definitely not judge if you do not share. It is just simply not worth it with a dessert this good. Keep it to yourself, and I will not tell a soul. Actually, maybe I’ll join you for some instead. Anyway, I’m heading to the kitchen now to see how mine is doing. If you can’t find me, I’ll be hiding in the pantry enjoying this all on my own before my husband gets home!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Fake Ginger.
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Quick Tip: Serve with some vanilla ice cream and a dash of cinnamon