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Say hello to the perfect small batch dessert! This gluten-free apple crisp has warm sweet apples on the bottom with a toasted oat crumble on top. Add a scoop or two of ice cream on top and it makes the perfect apple crisp for two!
Apple bakes have become one of my new favorite dishes. When I come home with a batch of crisp fresh apples from the store you know a nice apple bake is about to go down.
This gluten-free apple crisp recipe has crisp apples with a crumble on top filled with rolled oats, coconut sugar, and cinnamon. Add a scoop of ice cream on top and it's the most perfect dessert. Best part of all, this apple crisp is made small batch just for two! With the holidays looking a little different year and many families having smaller gatherings, this recipe is a must.
Edward and Sons' Let's Do Organic Coconut Flour
This gluten-free apple crisp for two recipe calls for a couple tablespoons of Let's Do Organic Coconut Flour. Their coconut flour is certified gluten-free and made from fresh coconuts - it adds the perfect texture to the oat crumble! Their coconut flour isn't grainy and dry like other coconut flour but instead provides a great crispiness with the toasted oats!
What you need to make this gluten-free apple crisp recipe
This recipe only requires a few simple gluten-free pantry staples and, of course, fresh crisp apples!
- Apples - I like to keep the skin on the apples but feel free to peel them if needed
- Gluten-free rolled oats - make sure your oats are gluten-free. This brand is my favorite
- Coconut flour - I used Let's Do Organic Coconut Flour
- Coconut sugar - this provides a little sweetness to the oat crumble
- Vegan butter - you can also substitute coconut oil if desired
- Cinnamon - to add a little fall flavor to the dish!
How to make apple crisp for two
Let's get to it! This gluten-free apple crisp recipe is a breeze to make and so perfect for smaller gatherings.
Step 1 : Slice the apples
You want to slice the apples very thin. I like to keep the skins on but you can also peel the apples if desired. A tart apple is preferred for this recipe. I like honey crisp or pink lad. Granny smith would be tasty too!
Line two ramekins with the apples laying on top of each other. Then prepare the oat crumble.
Step 2 : Prepare the oat crumble
For the crumble, add all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix until the oats are coated. You should see little clumps start to form.
Step 3 : Sprinkle on top of the apples and bake!
Sprinkle on top of the apple slices and bake in the oven until golden brown!
Step 4 : Top with ice cream
You can't have an apple bake without a scoop of ice cream! My vanilla paleo ice cream is perfect on top of the toasted oat crumble.