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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. 

fresh out the oven apple crisp laying on top of designer towel

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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! 

 

If you love a home filled with the smell of fall and apples, you will love making this delicious low carb Apple Crisp almost as much as you’ll love eating it! Enjoyed warm or chilled, this is a fall-favorite that we love to make every year.

 

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!

 

 

picture of my mom as we get ready to bake the apple crisp recipe

 

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:

 

apple filling step by step

  1. 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
  2. Melt one stick of butter.
  3. Add in the apple slices, sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla. Mix periodically.
  4. Allow apples to soften and and mixture to thicken, about 5-7 minutes. Sugar and butter will caramelize and become thick.
  5. Pour mixture into pie dish and set aside

How To Make The Apple Crisp:

 

apple crisp crumble step by step photos

 

  1. Melt one stick of butter, set aside after fully melted.
  2. In a separate bowl, combine and mix almond flour, sweetener, and xanthan gum.
  3. Pour in the melted butter.
  4. This should start to form small clumps as shown in image 6 as a final result before going in the oven.
  5. Add the crisp on top of apples
  6. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes.

 

slice of apple crisp on a plate with the apple crisp pie in the background

 

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! 

 

HELPFUL TOOLS

 

 

  • 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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low carb apple crisp pin for pinterest

 

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Enjoy!

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Low Carb Apple Crisp

Low Carb Apple Crisp

Yield: 10 Slices
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes

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. 

Ingredients

Apple Filling

Almond Flour Crisp

Instructions

  1. Apple FillingSlice 4-5 Granny Smith Apples, set aside. We used this apple slicer.
  2. Melt one stick of butter in pan on stovetop, then add in the apples.
  3. Add sweetener, vanilla, cinnamon, and stir. Allow apples to soften and mixture to thicken, about 5-7 minutes. Sweetener and butter will thicken to a deeper brown.
  4. Pour mixture into your baking dish, set aside.
  5. Almond Flour Crisp Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  6. Melt one stick of butter, set aside.
  7. In a separate bowl combine almond flour, sweetener, xanthan gum, and salt.
  8. Add melted butter to the dry mixture. This should form small moist clumps.
  9. Top the apples with crisp topping, spreading it out to make sure surface of apples is completely covered with the crisp mixture.
  10. Bake for 20-25 minutes until the topping is slightly browned and slightly bubbling.
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

Nutritional Disclaimer: We are not certified nutritionists. Nutritional data is provided as a courtesy. The information provided is calculated through a free-web based nutrition calculator and is not guaranteed to be accurate. To ensure we provide you with good information, we look at a variety of calculators.

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Estelle

Tuesday 22nd of September 2020

Just tried this recipe. I used Swerve granulated sweetener. Next time I'll use a little less it was a bit sweet. I'd also like to try the crust with brown Swerve sweetener. Thank you. It was delicious with a dollop of whipped cream. I finally have an low carb apple recipe I like.

Kasey

Thursday 24th of September 2020

Thanks for trying it! We are so glad you enjoyed it!

Christine

Wednesday 16th of September 2020

Hi I just tried the recipe and it was delicious but I went wrong somewhere because my crumble never got crunchy.... any ideas where I went wrong?

Thanks!

Christine

SR

Tuesday 22nd of September 2020

@Christine, I noticed that when I was mixing the flour and drys with the butter, the texture got real smooth and wet (note, I had no xantham gum, so added 2 tsp of psyllium husk to thicken). So I added about 2 tablespoons of coco flour (I used my last almond flour on the crumble), and finally hit the right texture at about 4tbsp of extra dry ingredients.

I think if you used maybe...6 tbsp of butter, instead of a full 8, or upped the flour volume, it would come out dry and crumbly.

Kasey

Monday 21st of September 2020

Thank you for trying it out! I am not sure what went wrong, other than not baking it long enough? Humidity might affect things like that, but it really just depends. We hope you enjoy it nonetheless!

Jean

Sunday 6th of September 2020

I made this today with half the amount of butter ( I used vegan butter) and half the amount of monk fruit and it was still delicious.

Kasey

Sunday 6th of September 2020

So glad you found it delicious with the modifications!

Catherine

Thursday 13th of August 2020

How much in cups is a stick of butter please

Kasey

Friday 14th of August 2020

A stick is 1/2 cup of butter

Karen Callahan

Sunday 2nd of August 2020

I want to use this recipe but I would prefer to use coconut sugar. I would just use the same amount. Would that work. I know the carbs would be more. Not quite sure how to figure that out. Have any suggestions? Thanks so much.

Kasey

Tuesday 4th of August 2020

We have never tried it, so we are not sure how that would work. Let us know how it goes if you do give it a try!