I may not be much of a cook... but I am one heck of an apple baker. And this is because the only thing tricky about baking with apples is peeling them... and this is magically done by the "super awesome" apple peeler (as named by my kids).
Once I had 6 peeled apples (2 for each kid... because no way one would settle for less than their siblings), I was practically done with the No-Crust Apple Pie!
Here's how to make this easy dessert (which happens to be my husband's birthday cake this year):
1 Cup Imperial Sugar
1 Stick Butter (Softened)
1 Heaping Cup Flour
To make the filling, in a bowl, slice enough apples to fill your pie plate. Mix together flour, sugar and cinnamon and add to the apples.
Pour apples into the pie plate. (I use a deep Corningware dish.)
Make the topping into meatball sized balls, flatten and lay them across the apples. It does not need to be perfect and the kids can easily do this step. Just cover up all the apples.
Bake at 350º for 45 minutes.