45 thoughts on “Easy Apple Crisp in a Cast-Iron Skillet

  1. Hi Guys! Sorry I missed you the last 2 weeks! I was sick with pneumonia! It was awful, but I'm on the mend! And have lots of yummy holiday recipes in store 🙂 Stay tuned!!

  2. Yum looks delicious your eggplant lasagna is on my computer making your eggplant lasagna for my office lunches tell george i love him sooooooooooo much and i say hi to him love dogs drooling over my samsung galaxy j4 love your recipes making me hungry Thanks Ramya

  3. You are such an inspiration! I have made your chicken and mushroom crepes on my channel, in a vegan way, and of course, I have mentioned you because you are the absolute queen of chic and simple food and I love you for that! 🥰

  4. This is a classic we used to make for soldiers in our US Army Dining Facilities. This is great. Thank you for sharing. Question?? Do you do collaborations? I would love to do one with you if possible

  5. Hey I have missed you so much. That crisp is beautiful. I like to use apple juice with crisp it adds Xtra flavor with the apples. Yours is a must try! Thanks Beth!😋👩🏽‍🍳🍷♥️

  6. Hi Beth! Been so long since I wrote in!
    Do take care of yourself during recovery and as always it’s always nice to view a yum recipe ! Thank you !

  7. Hi Beth, this looks great, thank you. Do you have any recipe that combines sweet potato and maple syrup? I used to always have a sweet potato / maple casserole for Thanksgiving but since moving to London as a student I always miss that this time of year. Hope you are feeling much better soon. x

  8. Glad you are feeling better. I live my life in the kitchen vicariously through you for now. Always looking forward to the next video. Many blessings and be well. 💕

  9. Just made your banana nut bread recipe. Used walnuts instead of pecans, but it’s AMAZING!! I love it! Welcome back, Beth! Hope you’re recovering well!!

  10. Please take care of yourself until you made a full recovery, dear Beth. Your recipe sounds delicious (as always). The Heath Toffee Bits, are they sweet oder salty? I think, I have to search for a substitute, I have never seen toffee bits in a baking isle here in germany. Perhaps I can cut some soft toffees in small pieces.

  11. What timing! I was just planning my thanksgiving meal yesterday and I’m debating between pumpkin pie or apple crisp (maybe both!)

  12. Yay…so glad your on the road to recovery 😷
    I love love your cooking especially Christmas 🎄 time

  13. Oh my gosh that apple crisp looks so wonderful 😍 we don’t have those toffee chips here in Australia, we probably have caramel. Chips here maybe. Love this.

  14. Stay well, Beth! I'm thinking of you. You inspired me to make spiced-pear jam for Christmas gifts to family this year.
    I'm glad that you took time to care for yourself. Good thing you know so many feel-good recipes! 🙂

  15. Yay! More cast iron recipes!
    Any substitute suggestions for cinnamon allergy, or just leave it out? Thank you! Love it!💖🤗

  16. Glad to see you back! Could we put this crisp ahead of time, refrigerate , and then bake it on the day of serving instead of baking it and reheating it?

  17. Beth, sorry to read you were I’ll! Hope you are on the mend. We made this yesterday along with a hearty soup for dinner, and it is delicious! I bought a pre packed bag of Galas which was a little short of the weight so I added two Granny Smiths. Btw instead of water I added apple juice with about 1T of apple cider vinegar. It didn’t stand out but I hope it added a little complexity.

  18. “You can use cinnamon but Because I’m American, I love my pumpkin pie spice”…so if you choose to use cinnamon, that makes you not an American? I’m sure not all Americans are fans of pumpkin pie spice. Nice video, but your language is problematic.

  19. I really think you are on to something here, I love apple crisp and apple pie, but sometimes I just love the crisp more than having the apple pie…such a beautiful recipe!!

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