This low carb apple crisp is the perfect no-fail fall dessert for you and your family to indulge in! Warm, thinly sliced Granny Smith Apples baked with a sweet cinnamon filling and a layer of almond flour crumb topping.
Low Carb Apple Crisp
Fall is finally here! My husband and I have lived in Florida our entire lives and fall for us means pumpkins everywhere, people talking about how we don’t actually get to experience “Fall” here in Florida, and good comfort food!
We love living here in Florida but one day we will travel up north and experience the beauty of actual “Fall”. For now, at least, we still get the pleasure of seeing what fall is supposed to look like as people decorate their homes, the stores stock their shelves for this years home harvest decorations, and of course.. the holiday comfort food!
This low carb apple crisp will fit perfectly into your fall baking plans (or your summer, winter, or spring baking plans)! The warmth of the cinnamon, the sweetness of the apple, and the savory ness of the almond flour crumble is amazing!
This low carb apple crisp is essentially an apple pie, just without the high carb crust or high sugar filling… and with more flavor! You will definitely want to give this low carb apple crisp a try!
Cooking With Mom Series: Apple Crisp
My mom can make a tasty apple pie! Actually, anything she make is tasty (That’s just the nature of moms, right?)!
Since we all have made changes to our diets, cooking in her home and my home has changed. She told me about this apple crisp she made that was absolutely delicious without having to using regular flour and sugar.. perfect!
So of course, I told her to come over and we made one together and boy, it is a winner! She has so many great low carb recipe ideas, she wants to share them with you guys too! Thanks mom!
This apple crisp is incredibly easy to make! It is a simple two-step process: 1) make the filling, and 2)make the apple crumble to go on top. Then, bake!
How To Make The Apple Filling:
- Slice 4-5 apples. Four apples for less carbs. You may also peel the skin of the apple if thats your preference. We love the taste of it so we kept it! Use this Apple Slicer
- Melt one stick of butter.
- Add in the apple slices, sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla. Mix periodically.
- Allow apples to soften and and mixture to thicken, about 5-7 minutes. Sugar and butter will caramelize and become thick.
- Pour mixture into pie dish and set aside
How To Make The Apple Crisp:
- Melt one stick of butter, set aside after fully melted.
- In a separate bowl, combine and mix almond flour, sweetener, and xanthan gum.
- Pour in the melted butter.
- This should start to form small clumps as shown in image 6 as a final result before going in the oven.
- Add the crisp on top of apples
- Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes.
Serve warm with some whipped cream! Apple crisps is one of those recipes that also tastes just as good cold. I love waking up in the morning and getting a slice out of the fridge! Warm or cold, it’s just as tasty!
- Vegetable Peeler– Handy tool you must have for peeling those apple skins
- Apple Slicer – If you don’t already have this handy tool, this is a personal favorite! So convenient and easy to slice your apples
- Clear Pie Plate – Super cute and sturdy pie plate for your baked goods!
Nutrition (per serving) 10 Slices
Calories: 291 | Fat: 28.3g | Carbs: 10g | Fiber: 3.2g | Protein: 3.8g | Net Carbs: 6.8g
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Nutrition Information: Yield: About 10 Slices Serving Size: 1 Slice
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 291 Total Fat: 28.3g Carbohydrates: Net Carbs: 6.8g Fiber: 3.2g Protein: 3.8g
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