Homesteading with Hyacynth: A Perfect Thanksgiving Dessert

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Homesteading with Hyacynth is a monthly look at ways to lead a healthy, greener, more sustainable life. My intent with Homesteading with Hyacynth is to offer genuine, practical experiences and humorous and helpful tips. Of course, I am not a medical professional so these are my tips and what worked for my family.

Sometimes pumpkins steal the show this time of year.

And I’ve gotta tell ya, that’s a shame because there’s another perfect-for-dessert fruit that grows abundantly in our area and deserves a little bit of center stage on the Thanksgiving table: apples.

gluten-free apple crisp

Sweet, delicious and ever-so-versatile and easy, the apple often only gets it play in pies, but it’s perfect in side dishes alongside squash, sweet potatoes and even in cold salads.

It’s also the main ingredient in our family’s favorite super-easy gluten free {but doesn’t taste like it} dessert — one that you can even make in the crockpot the night before.

So take those apple seconds you’ve still got in the fridge or grab some beauties from the store and say goodbye to the long ordeal that is homemade pie preparation in favor of this delicious, super-easy Crock Pot Apple Crisp.

Get the full recipe for Crock Pot Apple Crisp @Undercover Mother.


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About Hyacynth 33 Articles
Hyacynth Worth is wife to John and mother to two boys and two girls. She writes about motherhood, healthy living and faith at Undercover Mother. She is Little Lake County's managing editor and the author of Homesteading with Hyacynth. She promises to be candid, amusing and only slightly neurotic. Most of the time.

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