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Dark Brown Sugar Apple Crisp

By: Juliette and Susan from Desserts by Juliette
Dark Brown Sugar Apple Crisp
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You've never tasted an apple crisp recipe quite like this one before. Dark Brown Sugar Apple Crisp is so flavorful that you're sure to add this to your list of favorite desserts. Dark brown sugar, in contrast to light brown sugar, has a ton of molasses in it, which makes the crispy crust have a mouth-watering taste. The flavor then absorbs into the tender, juicy apples, ensuring that each bite tastes just as good (if not better) than the last.

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Check out more great apple crisp recipes in Delicious Apple Desserts: 5 Easy Apple Crisp Recipes.

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Do you pack the light brown sugar in the filling or do you just measure it loosely? I love that you put nuts in the topping. I will have to use peanuts instead of almonds because we have a severe nut allergy in the home. I like to use sunflower seeds, peanuts, or pumpkin seeds instead of the tree nuts so that we keep the crunch without losing too much flavor. I love your recipe.

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