I’ve been trying to figure out some sort of a system for posting recipes on the blog. I try to plan ahead next week’s menu and schedule the date of posting each recipe so that I am prepared and I know what’s next. However, I am starting to realize that this system will not work all the time. Sometimes a good recipe will happen spontaneously, miss up my recipes schedule a little bit, and get ahead of other planned recipes! (but I am totally OK with that ) . After all, best things in life happen unplanned, right? This apple crisp recipe is a good example. It was never a part of my schedule for the next blog posts, but it did manage to take over the planned chocolate mousse post and kick it out of the line
Earlier this week, we were having lunch at our friends’ house, and I was planning to bring chocolate mousse for desserts, but due to a tiny technical error (I will tell u about it later in the chocolate mousse post) it did not turn out the way I wanted it to. So, in my attempt to save the situation, and knowing that our host is apple dessert lover, I decided to make this quick Apple Crisp instead.
It was delicious. The apples were moist and sweet, but not too sweet. The pecan added a great texture and flavor to the dish, and the scent of cinnamon and apple was just wonderful. I think apples, cinnamon and pecan are always a delicious combo. We served it with vanilla ice cream, and the last of the caramel sauce we had left in the fridge.