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Leave out the sugar - apples cook up so sweet, you don't need it! If you really like it syrupy sweet, add a little apple juice concentrate instead. Best to avoid sugar whenever possible.
I needed to use up some apples, and found this recipe. It turned out great, and I will definitely make it again! Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe!
Baked it for 30 minutes at preheated 350 as the recipe said. It was dry and brown on top, but the apples had barely started to cook. Guess you don't use Fuji apples...
This was really easy to make and came out excellent. Served it at Thanksgiving and my friends destroyed the leftovers upon my bringing it back home. I am told I have to make this again for our Xmas dinner. Awesome! Also, I used almond meal instead of almond flour and it came out excellent. Definitely best served warm with vanilla ice cream!
This is an excellent easy recipe. I've started experimenting with different fruits and recently did an apple, ginger, pear and lychee combination that was pretty tasty.
Amazing! Not to dry or to moist. Just right and oh so easy to make.
Very quick and easy!
Very, very yummy desert. I have several gluten free family members (including myself) and I wanted a nice Thanksgiving desert. When it was time to take it out of the oven it seemed dry and not at all bubbly. Maybe it was my apples...but I poured about 1/4 cup of apple cider into the pan and continued cooking for about five more minutes. Wonderful. I am making it again this weekend for a holiday party.
Wonderful apple crisp! I used rolle millet for the oats because there are no gluten free oats here, but otherwise made as suggested. It's not too sweet and has a lovely nutty flavour. Thanks for posting!
Made for New Kids on the Block.