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Apple Crisp Dutch Oven Recipe

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This apple crisp dutch oven recipe is perfect for making over a campfire, on a BBQ grill or in your oven at home.

 

One Pot, A Spoon And The Ingredients Is All You Need!

What makes this apple crumble perfect for campfire cooking is all the ingredients are put into one pot, unmixed and you simply stir it about every ten minutes as it cooks to combine the ingredients.

I also love that the Maple Grove Oatmeal I received from Patriot Pantry worked so well with this recipe!

While it is delicious on it’s own, it added an extra touch of flavor and sweetness to this apple crisp, not to mention the resealable mylar bags make it super easy to transport it if you are camping, hiking or bugging out.

Here is how to make this dessert recipe with apples in an oven.

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Apple Crisp Dutch Oven Recipe

Apple Crisp in a cast iron dutch oven.
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Instructions

  1. Place the apples in the bottom of the dutch oven. I cut my apples into six slices, then cut those slices in half.
  2. Top the apples with all of the other ingredients making sure the butter is on the very top of the ingredient pile.
  3. Put the lid on the dutch oven and place it inside your oven.
  4. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  5. Once the oven is preheated, set the timer for 30 minutes.
  6. Every ten minutes, remove the lid on the dutch oven and give the apple crisp a stir to combine the ingredients.
  7. When the timer goes off, check to make sure the apples are soft and serve immediately.
  8. Top with ice cream or whipped cream if you desire.

Notes

Note: I chose to make my apple crisp in an oven, but by simply placing BBQ brickets under and on top of the lid of your dutch oven you can make this outdoors.

I recommend putting 16 coals on top of the lid and 8 underneath the dutch oven.

Over a fire, the recipe is done when the apples are soft and the toppings are brown – which should be 25 to 30 minutes depending on how hot the coals are when you start.

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Here are some other delicious apple desserts:

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