I have a confession to make...I have to admit that I used to buy an apple crisp mix at the store. Not once, not even twice but multiple times I bought apple crisp mix at the grocery store. Oh, how I wish I would have known how easy it is to make apple crisp. I can say I will not be buying it at the grocery store at any point in the near future. This Crock Pot Apple Crisp is so dang easy and tastes amazing! Plus as a bonus, the house smells so good!
Crock Pot Apple Crisp
Ingredients to make an Apple Crisp in the Slow Cooker
- Brown sugar
I made this at night and then reheated it in the morning and it was great. The first time I made this we ended up running a few errands that took longer than expected.
The Apple Crisp was in the Crock-Pot for about 5 hours on high. I would not suggest cooking it for this long. The crisp was really really crispy and the apples dried out a lot.
The 3-hour mark on high seems to work the best for this Apple Crisp Recipe
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Crock Pot Apple Crisp Recipe
- 4-5 cups apples sliced
- 1 cup oats
- 1 ½ cups All Purpose Flour
- 1 cup Brown Sugar packed
- ½ cup White Sugar
- 3 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
- ¾ cup Butter
- Spray Crock-Pot with nonstick spray
- Line with apples
- Melt butter and mix with all remaining ingredients
- Pour mixture over apples
- Cook on high for 3 hours or low for 4-6 hours
Recipe originally shared on March 5, 2013. Updated October 2020
What types or apples do you use?
I would use Granny Smith
I love this recipe! I use it all the time and always get compliments. I have a small slow cooker but this dessert is very filling and has served 8 (three of them young children).
2 1/2 - 3 hours is perfect
Hi Tammilee, just saw the recipe for Crock Pot Apple Crisp, it looks delicious. But do have a question, what kind of "oats" did you use? Are they the quick oats or the cooking oats? And also, what type of apples do you use? 🙂 Thanks so much. Can't wait to fix this, apple season is on it's way. Have a wonderful day... 🙂
I have a programable crock pot as i set to temp it automactily shuts off after its time and keeps it warm if i,m gone its a life saver .. everyone needs one its a great one to have . use mine all the time its super
What size crockpot is this recipe for?
I made this apple crisp and it burnt. I cooked it for 3 hrs on high like you mentioned and it burned all around the edges and was hard. Won't make this again.
Followed this recipe, burnt around edges. Won't make again.
You have to check after 2 hours everything. All crock pots are different.
how many does this feed and what size crock pot
Does this recipe need to be refrigerated?
Highlight, copy and paste the recipe onto your word doc program and then print. Works every time!
What size crock pot! I have 2-4&6 quarts!
Mary L. Brown
My mouth is drooling to try your cornbread. We don't have, at least I haven't seen any "Jiffy Cornbread Mix" near my city of Toronto, Ontario. However on the net at http://www.busycooks.about./od/homemademixes/r/cornbreadmix.htm they give you the recipe to make
your own mix It may be difficult that I haven't even tasted corn bread, cornbread muffins etc. I'm dieing to make this one come the weekend. By the way whats the difference btween cornbread corn muffins and cornbread used for stuffing? I've never made a cake either. ;D As Jade says I hope not to mess things up. Oh yeah, are rolled oats the same as classic ones?
Also which size are the crockpots you're using per recipe as you mentioned you have several?
I know you used quick oats, but old-fashioned is all I have. Would that be okay, too?
I have not tried it with Old fashioned oats. I think they would be ok.
I used old fashioned oats and they worked fine!
I am not much of cook, so please forgive this crazy question! In order for this recipe to be doubled, would you just increase the ingredients as if you were making 2 batches? For example, 8-10 cups of apples, 2 cups of oats, 3 cups of flour, 2 cups of brown sugar, etc. I just want to be sure I don't mess this up too terribly! 🙂 Thanks for you help!
Hi, I would double the ingredients. Please feel free to ask any questions you have about recipes! I am happy to help!
you can print it but you have to print comments to
Do you think this would work with whole wheat pastry flour?
I use whole wheat flour for it all the time.
Did you peel your apples?
I did not peel the apples. I just cut them into pieces.
How many people does this serve? Could I double it?
You could easily double it.
What kind of oats did you use? quick oats or old fashioned?
I used quick oats when I made it. I think they were Quaker oats.
Oh I miss apple crisp! I haven't made it in quite a while.