Tuesday Tidbits #107 ~Apple Cranberry Crisp

Oh do I have a goodie for you today! It’s perfect for the Holidays but could be made anytime.

Welcome In Friends!

Apple Cranberry Crisp

It’s quite easy to make! It’s not real sweet and it’s not real tart. We both enjoyed the flavor and the crisp topping. I adapted this recipe from an Instagram friend @kathstyleliving She has fabulous instastories where she shares cooking recipes and captures her beautiful home for her IG squares. She used Pecans instead of walnuts and quick oats instead of old fashioned oats. If you are on Instagram I hope you give her a follow.


Cut your apples up in chunks and add the cranberries. Mix with a half cup of sugar and put it all in a 13×9 casserole dish.

Next get a bowl and add your Oatmeal, flour, walnuts, brown sugar and melted butter. Mix until you get a beautiful topping.

Spread the topping on top of your fruit.

Bake for one hour at 350 degrees. Then serve warm with whipped cream or ice cream.

It’s delicious… especially with a cup of tea.

Hope you give it a try. Let me know if you do. Thank you all for your lovely comments. I enjoy hearing from you.

49 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #107 ~Apple Cranberry Crisp

  1. Nancy, that sounds delicious! I’m going to make it this morning. My older twin sisters are coming for a one-night visit. We are making a grapevine Christmas tree for this years Christmas project! I think would be a perfect holiday treat for this afternoon tea time! Thank you, thank you!

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  2. This sounds easy and super delicious! I’ll bet it makes the whole house smell yummy too while it’s baking. Thank you for sharing this wonderful find! I’ll be sure to try it. Happy Tuesday dear friend!❤️

      1. I did just see it! I am so glad you tried it and that the pears worked.
        Thank you so much for letting me know.
        Many Blessings to you my friend!

    1. I was apprehensive about adding the cranberries but oh my goodness the combination is amazing.
      The weather has been awesome. 🌵🎄🌵

  3. Nancy, this looks so delicious! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. I can’t wait try it. Take care, sweet friend!

  4. This sounds like the perfect combination for those who are ready for December, but not quite ready to give up fall! It looks easy too since there is no pie crust to make.

    1. I enjoy Crisps for that exact reason… no pie crust! This is delicious. I am going to buy a few more bags of cranberries to have in the fridge so that I can bake this again. It was the combination of flavors that we really enjoyed!
      Hope you try it.
      Happy Day to you!

  5. Looks so yummy! Thank you for sharing this! This time of year is a great time for baking, there is something about the season that brings out the baking and makes it magical and memorable.

  6. Oh my goodness, Nancy, this looks and sound delicious! Thank you for sharing this recipe, it will be a delight to serve this during the holidays with a cup of tea. Wishing you a blessed week ahead. xo Lidy

    1. Lidy I sure hope you give this a try. The flavor was incredible.
      I just bought more cranberries to make again.
      Thank you for the visit dear Lidy!
      Merry Merry to you Lidy!

    1. It’s sooooo good toooo!
      I have a following friend here in Blogland who made it with pears instead of apples… doesn’t that sound delicious as well??
      Sending Merry Wishes to you this week!

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