One word? Heavenly. Our weekly CSA food box with Taproot Farms contained the most lovely peaches (from sister farm, Noggins) this week, but for some strange reason my hubby isn’t a huge fan of peaches – a lesson I learned when a peach cobbler I made went to waste. So this time I decided to experiment a little and whip up a dessert that would incorporate the peaches, in disguise.
Apple crisp is a favorite across many households and generations within my family. And as the air cools off as we march along toward Autumn and the harvest, this cozy dish seems like the perfect treat, with fresh, organic apples from Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, and spices of cinnamon, allspice, and the tiniest dash of ginger for that warm, comforting feeling. I adapted this recipe from my mother’s by adding some spices and melting the butter for the crumble topping.