Happy Friday the 13th, everyone!
Are you celebrating? When I was younger I used to love scary movies. My friends and I would get together and have scary movie marathons, and we were just so cool and tough. (lololol)
Anyway, October is one of my favorite months of the year, and I find myself getting slightly nostalgic for Tennessee. Growing up, fall meant apple cider and lots of baking. It meant pumpkin patches and corn mazes. I find something so romantic about the season as the leaves begin to turn and the weather starts to cool.
If you can’t tell, I’m a closet romantic.
In order to spread a little fall cheer your way, I wanted to share one of my all time favorite fall dessert recipes that comes from the classic Betty Crocker.
Betty Crocker in the Fall
This recipe is all the things that fall should be. It’s topped with an oatmeal cookie crumble that brown perfectly in the oven. (I’ve been known to eat the crumble batter before baking because it is just that good. )Beneath the crumble, you get warm, gooey, buttery apples with a hint of cinnamon. In my opinion, it’s best served with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream.
This is such an easy recipe to make and one of my go to’s for fall potlucks.
Tips and Tricks
If you’re like me, apples are a staple in the kitchen during the colder season because of my affinity for warm apple desserts. That means lots of slicing and dicing. To make things easier, my apple slicing hack is to use a slicer.. It saves time and makes it so incredibly easy. I couldn’t find the exact one I have, but check out a similar one here. I’ve also linked it on my Shop tab.