Apple Crisp Bars

by Kate on January 20, 2016

Apple Crisp Bars -

Fewer things in life are better than classic apple pie. There’s just something so simple yet absolutely intoxicating about fresh apples combined with cinnamon, brown sugar and perhaps a dash of nutmeg or allspice. My favorite apple pie is a dutch apple pie. I have a deep love for streusel topping so the dutch apple pie definitely scratches that itch for me. But a dutch apple pie is like combining apple pie with apple crisp, like the baby these two great desserts. I also really love not having to fuss with a double crust pie so streusel topping totally takes the top crust out of the equation.

Sadly apple pie isn’t exactly the most portable food. I cannot take my apple pie slice with me and eat it while I’m driving and eating apple pie with my hands seems to be socially frowned upon. Or at least looked at as quite odd. But now converting a classic apple pie into these super tasty Apple Crisp Bars solves both these issues that have plagued apple pie lovers.

Apple Crisp Bars -

Ginger Apple Upside Down Squares and a host of other apple bar type recipes have been made in my kitchen in the past but none of them really channeled their inner apple pie. While being crazy good, they were just bar recipes that happened to contain apples. That’s where these Apple Crisp Bars come in. For their creation I turned to my favorite dutch apple pie recipe.

A buttery shortbread crust is topped with thinly sliced sweet apples kissed with warm spices that are sprinkled with a streusel topping filled with hearty oats, brown sugar, chopped walnuts and cinnamon. This is sure to elicit the same delicious memories of apple pies past. Viola! You can eat your apple pie on the go and there’s no fork required.

Apple Crisp Bars -

Desire the use of a utensil to eat these lovely bars? The perfect finishing touch to this Apple Crisp Bars recipe would be a simple scoop of good quality vanilla ice cream. Apple crisp bars a la mode definitely sounds like the way to go! Or perhaps a drizzle of salted caramel sauce over the top? Instantly your traditional apple pie is transformed into a caramel apple pie. Salty and sweet together are always a crowd pleaser. No matter how you choose to enjoy these apple crisp bars, you’re going to absolutely love them.



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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Mary @ LOVE the secret ingredient January 22, 2016 at 5:18 pm

Omg total yum!! I love everything about these!


Laura Dembowski January 30, 2016 at 8:44 am

I’m a huge fan of apple pie too. Not only are these easier to transport, they are easier to make. A win win!


Kate January 30, 2016 at 10:44 am

I agree Laura! Easy apple pie is definitely a win win!


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