Easy Apple Crisp — Most Popular Pin of the Week

It's no wonder Food Network fans pinned the Neelys' Apple Crisp recipe more than any other this week: It’s a fuss-free dessert you can count on.
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Photo by: Tara Donne ©2009

Tara Donne, 2009

Just because Thanksgiving is behind us doesn't mean apple season is over. If you're still craving the crisp, sweet-tart flavors of autumn's apples, look to this week's Most Popular Pin of the Week, an easy-to-make twist on a classic apple dessert.

While apple pies often require you to hand-mix the dough for the crust, then roll it out and form it to a pan, the Neelys' Apple Crisp (pictured above) simply features a cinnamon-laced fruit filling and a fuss-free crumble topping. Just sprinkle this buttery pecan-sugar mixture atop the apples before baking for a go-to treat.

For more holiday inspiration, visit Food Network's Thanksgiving Desserts board on Pinterest.

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