Cinnamon Apple Crumble

I have never been to an apple plantation. For the amount I love everything about fall, it nearly appears to be criminal that I still can’t seem to cull my own new apples from trees in an apple plantation. I have plans to visit an apple plantation before it gets too chilly this year, and I’m extremely amped up for the chance of check the action off my pre-winter list of must-dos.

Up to that point, I will keep on making plans like this Vegan Cinnamon Apple Crumble with locally acquired apples. I can’t envision how much better this fall pastry will taste with newly picked produce!

Apple disintegrate, or apple fresh as we called it, was a fall custom in my home growing up. My mother or father would cut the apples paper slim on a mandolin and heap them in a preparing dish to heat underneath a fresh fixing. I really incline toward my apples to hold their shape and have a minuscule chomp to them, so I cut them somewhat thicker in this apple disintegrate formula. In the event that you like truly delicate and soft apples in your apple disintegrate, cut them as meagerly as could really be expected.

The garnish for this apple disintegrate is without gluten, as long as you use sans gluten oats. A couple of heartbeats in the food processor hacks the entirety of the fixings into a stout supper that should stay together marginally when squeezed between two fingers. In the event that your garnish is dry, add a tablespoon of water (or two) and keep on beating until the surface is perfect.

Sprinkle the fixing over the cut apples and stick your preparing dish in the broiler. The smell of simmering apples, cinnamon, and sugar will before long fill your kitchen with an inebriating fragrance. It’s genuinely so acceptable!

Heat for 40 minutes or somewhere in the vicinity, until the apples have mollified and the fixing is brilliant and fresh. I ate my segment with a scoop of sans dairy vanilla frozen yogurt, which I exceptionally, strongly suggest.

This Vegan Cinnamon Apple Crumble is a quintessential fall dessert. It’s the ideal method to go through your abundance of apples from the apple plantation!


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Cinnamon Apple Crumble (Gluten-Free and Vegan)

Creator: Kate Kasbee

Planning Time: 15 mins

Cook Time: 40 mins

Absolute Time: 55 minutes

Yield: 8 1x

Classification: dessert

Technique: heating

Food: american

Diet: Gluten Free


This Cinnamon Apple Crumble is a quintessential fall dessert. It’s the ideal method to go through your abundance of apples from the apple plantation!

4 granny smith apples, stripped

1 tablespoon lemon juice

2 teaspoons almond flour

1 teaspoon coconut sugar

1½ teaspoons cinnamon

¼ teaspoon nutmeg

Touch of salt

Veggie lover frozen yogurt, coconut whipped cream, or without dairy yogurt, for serving (discretionary)

For the fixing:

1 cup antiquated moved oats (without gluten whenever required)

1 cup cooked and salted walnuts, generally cleaved

¼ cup coconut sugar

1 teaspoon cinnamon

¼ teaspoon salt

½ cup almond flour

¼ cup coconut oil, softened

1 to 2 tablespoons of water


Preheat your broiler to 350F degrees.

Center and cut the apples into meager wedges. For delicate apples, cut them daintily with a mandolin or a sharp blade, about ⅛th inch thick. For apples that are delicate, yet have a nibble to them, cut them somewhat thicker, about ¼ inch thick. Set the apple cuts in a 9×13-inch heating dish and throw with the lemon juice.

In a little bowl, consolidate the almond flour, coconut sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt. Sprinkle the flavors over the apples and throw to cover the entirety of the pieces.

To cause the apple to disintegrate besting, join the antiquated moved oats, walnuts, coconut sugar, cinnamon, salt, almond flour, and softened coconut oil in the bowl of a food processor. Heartbeat until the combination bunches together marginally, adding a bit of water to help if necessary. In case you’re utilizing crude or unsalted walnuts, add a squeeze more salt to adjust the flavors.

Sprinkle the readied apple disintegrate besting over the cut apples and heat for 40 minutes, until the apples are delicate when penetrated with a blade and the garnish has become brilliant and fresh.

Serve the apple disintegrate warm with a scoop of vegetarian frozen yogurt, coconut whipped cream, or without dairy yogurt.


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