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Crock Pot Caramel Apple Crisp

If you are looking for a Thanksgiving dessert that is a little different and does not use your oven, I have the dessert for you.

Crock Pot Caramel Apple Crisp anyone?!

This dessert is so easy and so delicious. I have made this three times in the last few weeks and everyone has loved it.

All I did for this was simply adapt my caramel apple crisp for the crock pot. And by making it in the crock pot it makes a great Thanksgiving dessert.

Put this in you slow cooker a few hours before the meal and you will have a warm and delicious dessert ready for Thanksgiving dessert. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and it is even better.

Now, I know this may not be a traditional Thanksgiving Day dessert, but who says that holiday dinners have to be complicated or fancy. If a simple and delicious dessert like this can make Thanksgiving Day cooking a little easier, than I am all for it.

And really this dessert is perfect for anytime. I took this to a church dinner recently and it was gone in no time. This is a dessert that everyone will love.

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. i love all the crockpot desserts people are starting to make! this looks really good & really easy.

  2. sounds delicious! I’m going to have to try it out :o)

  3. Would oat flour work in place of the oats and grinding them or is that too fine?

  4. I love your site and all of your easy no hassle recipes! What size corckpot do you use for your slow cooker recipes? I have a 5-6 qt and I know recipes for the smaller sizes need to be adapted a bit. Thanks!

    • The one I use for this was a 4 quart one, so I think you should be fine using a 5-6 qt. You might just need to watch the time because it may cook a little faster, but besides that I think you will be fine. I hope you enjoy it!

  5. I’m curious what size crock pot you used. I only have a large oval one (6 qt?) and am wondering if I need to double the recipe for that size pot. Thanks for all you do for us Lynn!


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