Apple cranberry crisp is healthy, gluten free and vegan friendly recipe. This healthy apple crisp is easy, low in sugar recipe. You can definitely eat it every single day! I personally prefer it for breakfast.
Baked apples are so good, especially when topped with something crispy. And when cookies are not so healthy to eat often, crispy old-fashioned oats will save your day! You can actually add some of you favorite nuts on top too – like walnut, almonds or pecans for more crunch and more deliciousness.
I usually serve healthy apple crisp with Greek yogurt to get everything crispy-creamy. Did I say serve it? We actually ate it right from the baking tray, in less than few hours after taking photos. Then we placed it in the fridge. Well, I prefer it warm, right from the oven, but it looked so irresistible in the fridge… Just bit by bit… and it was gone! You know, that’s comfort cooking for lazy weekend!
Apples to use for apple cranberry crisp
I love to leave apples with skin on, but if you prefer more creamy texture, you can peel it. I used garden apples that are not very juicy to eat, but have soft skin and soft texture, but doesn’t get mealy while baking. If you buy apples in store, better choose sweet Gala, Jonagold or Golden Delicious with its thin skin, or the most popular, but more tart – Granny Smith. Which apples do you prefer for baking?
So this healthy apple crisp is a guilt-free, I mean gluten-free, delicious dessert! Moreover, it is low sugar – only 1 tea spoon of caramel syrup, which you can substitute to honey, if you like. Perfect healthy apple cranberry crisp for every day, with all the ingredients you usually have in pantry! Try this healthy recipe, when apples and cranberries are in season!
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Apple cranberry crisp is healthy, gluten free and vegan friendly recipe. This healthy apple crisp is easy, low in sugar apple crisp recipe. You can definitely eat it every single day!
- 70 g apples, core removed 2,5 oz (5-6 apples)
- 60 g cranberries 2 oz
- 1 tbsp water or apple juice
- 1/4 tsp cardamom
- 1/4 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp ginger powder
- 150 g old fashioned oats 5 oz
- 24 g dry coconut 1 oz
- 1 tsp caramel syrup or honey
- 4 tsp grape seed oil or othe vegetable oil
Preheat the oven to 180 C / 350 F
Cut apples. Place apples with cranberries and water in pot. Cook 5 min until start to release the juice and soften. Place into baking tray.
In a bowl combine all other ingredients. Sprinkle the crumb on apples.
Bake 40 min until golden and crisp.