The Only Real Complication Will Be Limiting How Many You Eat
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Heaven On Earth! That’s What This Is!
This Caramel Apple Shortbread Crumble features a great mix of textures as well as the classically delicious sweet and sour combo. You’ll want to make this delicious dessert all year ’round!
It is a special treat that will make your friends or family members ask for the recipe every single time you decide to serve this for a special occasion. I am normally wary of using Granny Smiths in anything, but they turn out so nicely in this recipe. Sweet and sour, it turns out, isn’t just for main dishes; it can work great for desserts, too. Also, I find Granny Smith apples to be far crisper than other varieties. I enjoy a little crunch in my dessert. And we all know how delicious these kind of apple desserts are, when served warm with a scoop of ice cream!
But you know what my favorite with apple desserts is? It’s not ice cream or whipped cream… it’s vanilla sauce! However, this crumble doesn’t really need anything to go with it, it’s absolutely divine on its own.
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Kitchen McCabe.
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Quick Tip: Some peel the apples before making this dessert, but I prefer to leave the skins on.