Candy’s Microwave Apple Crisp Recipe
As I mentioned in a previous post, I took a microwave class through our local extension office in the early 1980’s. Before that I basically used the microwave to heat water for tea. I still do that and find it invaluable for thawing frozen meat, making my soy sauce gravy (for stir fry), brown gravy for other recipes and for reheating leftovers. I have become more patient in reheating leftovers by using Cook Power 4-5 to begin. I used to make this in the fall after going to the Bayfield (Wisconsin) Apple Festival.
Candy’s Microwave Crisp Recipe developed by Candy Prudhomme, Wrenshall, Minnesota, as class assignment to convert a traditional recipe to one that could be cooked in the microwave. Note that my microwave did not have a turntable in 1984. Published in “101 Microwave Favorites Plus Four,” Arlene Hamernik. Click on link for printable copy. Since I don’t have photos to go with the recipe, I’ve included my latest fall pictures.
The first three photos are of my crape myrtle–have never seen it turn so many different colors. The maple trees were taken next to Genesis Chiropractic in Bentonville, Arkansas. I was lucky to get these photos. Most trees have dropped all the top leaves–we had drought before they changed color so a lot of leaves just turned brown and fell off. Get out the leaf blower!