I’ve never made this recipe and if you follow me on instagram you probably already know. My 10 year old is the one that made this and it’s fantastic! I may like my job as a “taste tester” better than a cook. I’m sharing this recipe from a kids cookbook that Kloie got from Santa, “Cooking Class” you can find it here. 100% worth the $13.99 price tag, each recipe she has tried has been edible, easy and the clean up isn’t bad. It contains cute little easy to maneuver recipe cards in the back with “what you do” and “what you need” for your own personalized recipes. Additionally four pages of cute little stickers for gifting your creation or labeling it in the fridge.
That Easy Bake Oven
As much as I love the idea of kids having an easy bake oven, trust me we have one. I cringe every time she asks to get that thing out. It’s a mess, the pre-made packets are overpriced, do you have an edible outcome? Maybe, maybe not. It’s a toss up. If we’re going to go through making the mess I’d rather have a full portioned shareable dish. For the sake of the kids and how much they adore that easy bake oven, of course we get it out from time to time. Will we have the packets to make something, haha questionable. Just another reason I personally am not a huge fan.
How could I forget though, as a kid I myself had an easy bake oven and loved that thing. I rarely got to use it, I wonder why? Being the youngest of three girls I had an earlier bed time and I remember hearing the giggles after I went to bed one night. I later realized my easy bake oven was gone. That night the giggles ensued my two older sisters had tried to bake marshmallows in my easy bake oven. I’m sure you know exactly how that turned out. My easy bake oven was no more. RIP Easy Bake Oven.
If you want something that is worth the recipes this little recipe book in my opinion is perfect for kiddos.
Just being completely honest, I had no idea it was this easy to make an apple crisp. Anyone else? Before this I had never made one and… still haven’t.
“Cooking Class Amazing Apple Crisp”
- Vegtable Peeler
- Apple Slicer or Knife
- med. mixing bowl
- Pastry Cutter or Fork
- 8-9" Square Baking Dish
- 6 Apples we used ambrosia
- 1-1/2 cups quick cooking oats
- 3/4 cups light brown sugar
- 3 Tbsp all-purpose flour
- 1 Tbsp cinnamon
- 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, softened
- Peel the apples with an apple peeler.
- Slice and core the apples with an apple slicer.
- Spread them evenly into an 8-9 inch square baking pan.
- Place the oats, brown sugar, flour, and cinnamon into a med. bowl and stir together.
- add the softened butter and cut with a pastry knife or fork until crumbly or mix it up with your CLEAN hands.
- Crumble the topping evenly over the sliced apples.
- Bake for 40-45 minutes until the topping is light brown and the juice starts to bubble.
I hope you enjoyed this recipe as much as we did! Kloie begs to cook out of this book all the time and after having this I can’t say no anymore. Yum, yum, yum!