Recipe: Cinnamon Maple Apple Crisp

Recipe: Cinnamon Maple Apple Crisp

We’ve been having fun with apples at our house this season.  Boxes of organic apples picked from a friend’s tree have been made into applesauce, dehydrated apples, and apple cider.  We’ve eaten plenty of crisp, fresh apples for snacks.  And finally, after almost all of the four boxes of apples had been dried, canned or eaten, we decided to celebrate with an apple dessert!  Apple crisp flavored with warm cinnamon and a hint of maple goes great under a scoop of ice cream.  What a sweet way to celebrate the season!




Sweeten the season with this Cinnamon-Maple Apple Crisp!

We started with 8 nice, red apples.  I’m honestly not sure exactly what variety these were, since they came right off the tree.  But if I had to guess, I’d say they were Gala…sweet-tart and very crisp.

Sweeten the season with this Cinnamon-Maple Apple Crisp!

Peel and slice the apples, about 1/4 inch thick.  We used this apple peeler/corer to slice and peel ours.

Sweeten the season with this Cinnamon-Maple Apple Crisp!

One of the best things about making apple desserts is eating the peels!  Are my kids the only ones who do that?

Sweeten the season with this Cinnamon-Maple Apple Crisp!

Mix the prepared apples with cinnamon, nutmeg, and a touch of organic cane sugar.  Into the baking dish they go!

Sweeten the season with this Cinnamon-Maple Apple Crisp!

The topping is simple:  Organic oats, raw butter, cane sugar and spice and a touch of maple syrup. Sprinkle right on top of the apples and pop it in the oven!

That’s all there is to it…a quick and easy, healthy treat.  Somebody get the ice cream while it’s still hot!


What’s your favorite apple dessert?

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      Erica Hale

      Ashley, nope! In fact, I think it would taste great if you leave them on. It’s just a preference thing (and since we had the peeler and the kids were having fun with it, I let them eat the peels separately). Let me know how it goes!


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