Crock pot desserts remain a very underrated part of many people’s recipe repertoire. Crock pot recipes have long been considered to be for savory dishes but times they are definitely changing. This fabulous recipe for crockpot gingerbread apple crisp if packed with tons of great flavors and textures your sure to enjoy. The traditional crock pot apple crisp recipe has long been a favorite of plenty and this variation is a lock to be just as big of a hit. This crock pot recipe is going to quickly become a favorite of your family and friends and one of the more requested dishes from your kitchen.
Let your crock pot do the work while making you look like a star at the table with this tasty treat. If you aren’t already a fan of crock pot dessert recipes your missing out on an array of great recipes which are easy and quick to prepare. So don’t hesitate to give this crock pot gingerbread apple crisp a try add it to your index of recipes. It won’t take long for it to become one of your go to dessert items !
7 Cups Diced Red Apples
1 Cup old fashioned oats
2 tbsps Cinnamon (ground, divided)
2 tbsps Corn Starch
5 tbsps Whole Wheat Flower
2 tbsps Molasses
1 tbsps Agave Nectar
4 tsps Ground Ginger
1.5 tbsps Butter (unsalted, melted)
Crockpot Gingerbread Apple Crisp Directions:
Spray your 5-quart crockpot very well with non-stick cooking spray.
In a large bowl add your diced apples and then your cornstarch, 1 teaspoon of the gound cinnamon and stir until apples are well coated. Now add them to your crockpot spreading them evenly along the bottom. Cover and bake on low setting for 3 hours.
When you have approx 15-20 minutes remaining on the cook time of your apples begin to prepare your crumble mix.
In a bowl whick together your remaining cinnamon, flour, oats, and ginger until well combined. Add in your molasses , melted butter, and agave nectar and mix until there are no more dry bits.
When the 3 hours of cook time on your apples is complete you then need to spread your crumble mixture evenly over the top of the apples. Bake on low for an additional 2 hours and 15 minutes. When done turn off your crockpot off and let your gingerbread apple crisp completely cool in which time it will thicken for serving.