These delicious foil packets stuffed with your favorite apple crisp are perfect for making on the grill, over the campfire or in your oven! Tender, juicy apples topped with an oatmeal streusel makes a perfect apple crisp. Don’t forget the ice cream on top of your Campfire Apple Crisp Foil Packets!
Campfire Apple Crisp
Has the weather started getting cool where you live? I’m loving these warm days and we are just starting to get cooler evenings. This time of year is magical and I love the fall! Especially when it means I get to indulge in Campfire Apple Crisp Foil Packets! There’s nothing better than a crisp fall night, foil packets on the campfire and enjoying the crisp autumn air.
I love taking the kids to the apple orchard and they get a kick out of it too! Sipping some apple cider, watching the kids bob for apples, crunching on bright crisp apples – seriously does life get any better?
When you make your trip to the apple orchard (or market or stand!) I want you to make this recipe. Something about grilling a campfire apple crisp that makes fall complete. The tender spiced apples topped with oatmeal streusel only gets better when you finish it off with a dollop of ice-cream, mmmm!
Grilled Apple Crisp
Pretty sure I’ve talked you into this now right? Seriously, grilled apple crisp is so good!
What apples are best for baking?
The best apples for baking are going to be your hard, crispy, tart apples!
- Granny Smith
These are the top five the “experts” recommend, but here’s what I’m going to tell you… use your favorite apples. The crunchy, crisp apples will stand up better to the heat of the grill. They won’t turn into applesauce like the softer apples can.
Having said that, if all you have handy is a soft apple the worst thing that will happen is after it’s baked it will be runnier than pictured here. That’s it! It’s not a catastrophe since Grilled Apple Crisp are served in foil packets anyway. See? No stress!
Shopping List for Campfire Apple Crisp
- Brown sugar
- Quick oats
- Baking powder
- Aluminum foil
- Ice-cream or whipped cream – I know this is optional but dang, top it off right!! 😋
How to Make Campfire Apple Crisp
- Build campfire, or preheat grill/oven to 350 degrees.
- Tear off 4 sheets of aluminum foil.
- Divide the apples between the four squares of tinfoil.
- Mix together sugar and cinnamon, sprinkle over the apples.
- Next mix together butter, brown sugar, flour, oatmeal and baking powder, evenly sprinkle of the top of the apple mixture.
- Foil foil packets up and seal.
- Place the packets on a grate over campfire (or in the oven or on the grill grate).
- Bake for about 20 minutes.
- Carefully open foil packets, top with ice cream if desired and enjoy
More Desserts on the Grill!
Enjoy this sweet treat! And when you have your fabulous grilled apple crisp cookout, be sure to snap a picture and post it on Instagram @gimmesomegrilling or #gimmesomegrilling – I can’t wait to see your sweet treats!!!
These delicious foil packets stuffed with your favorite apple crisp are perfect for making on the grill, over the campfire or in your oven! Tender, juicy apples topped with an oatmeal streusel makes a perfect apple crisp. Don't forget the ice cream on top of your Campfire Apple Crisp Foil Packets!
- 4 c. apples peeled, sliced thinly
- 1/4 c. sugar
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 c. butter melted
- 1/2 c. brown sugar packed
- 1/2 c. flour
- 1/2 c. quick oats
- 1/2 tsp baking powder
- Aluminum Foil
Build campfire, or preheat grill/oven to 350 degrees.
Tear off 4 sheets of aluminum foil about 8'' x 12''.
Evenly divide apples between the four pieces of tinfoil.
In a small bowl mix together sugar and cinnamon. Evenly sprinkle over the top of the apples.
In a medium sized mixing bowl mix together butter, brown sugar, flour, oatmeal and baking powder. Evenly sprinkle of the top of the apple mixture.
Foil foil packets up and seal. Place on a grate over campfire, or in the oven or on the grill grate. Bake for about 20 minutes.
Carefully open foil packets, top with ice cream if desire and enjoy!
If your campfire does not have a grill grate you can put it on the edge furthest from the flames and rotate half way through cooking.