Vegan Apple Crisp For Two
Ready for the best apple crisp recipe ever?
When you think of Apple Crisps, you’ll probably think Fall or Winter- but we all know we never play by the rules here.
Craving for apple crisps? Got a big batch of apples just lying around? Then there’s no better time to make these than today.
Confession time- I’m kind of obsessed with crisps. They’re my go-to dessert because they’re healthy, easy to make, flexible (you can use any fruit!), and they’re deliciously addictive.
Apple Crisps are especially addictive, there’s no doubt about that. The culprit? Cinnamon and maple syrup. These two flavors exude warmth and comfort, which is one of the reasons why they’re so fun to munch on during the colder seasons. But again, we’re going to ignore rules and norms right now and just going to go for it.
Anyways, yes! Cinnamon and maple syrup! We’re going to use *just* the right amount of both to make the perfect crisps- not too sweet or too overbearing.
And of course our main star- apples. I personally use Granny Smith apples for this recipe, but feel free to use whatever you have sitting around. Granny Smith, Pink Lady (the royalty of apples IMO) or MacIntosh apples are great options!
What I love about this recipe is that it’s naturally sweetened, vegan, and is a one-bowl beauty.
This Vegan Apple Crisp recipe is easy, warming, and tastes best shared with the ones you love. Enjoy any time of the year!
Vegan Apple Crisps for Two
Author: Micah Siva
2 medium apples, sliced into ⅛ inch slices
1 tsp flour
2 tbsp maple syrup, divided
¼ tsp cinnamon
Juice of ½ lemon
½ cup rolled oats
1 tbsp coconut oil, melted
1 tbsp flax seeds, ground
2 tbsp shredded coconut, unsweetened
¼ tsp cinnamon
½ tsp vanilla extract
Pinch sea salt
Preheat the oven to 375F. Grease a small baking dish with coconut oil.
In a medium bowl, combine apples, flour, 1 tbsp maple syrup, ¼ tsp cinnamon, and lemon juice. Stir to combine.
Add to the greased baking dish.
In the same bowl, add rolled oats, oil, flax seeds, remaining maple syrup, cinnamon, vanilla, and sea salt.
Top the apples with the oat mixture.
Bake for 30-35 minutes or until the apples are soft.