This healthier apple oatmeal crisp is a lighter, lower carb, lower fat version of traditional apple crisp but with all the flavor and deliciousness.
This is a super easy way to use Granny Smith apples to make a natural, semi-healthy dessert. It uses much less sugar and butter than this decadent skillet apple crisp, so I consider it the lighter version:-)
The apples don’t have to be cooked down before baking if they are cut into very small pieces. I use a few handy tools to make the prep quick & easy:
- Peel apples with a good vegetable peeler.
- Core and slice quickly using an easy grip apple slicer.
- Cut slices into small, bite size pieces. I did this my with my new favorite chef’s knife.
Note: I always use Granny Smith apples for this crisp, as they hold their shape and have a nice tartness to balance the sweet. Two other varieties that are good for baking are Rome and Fuji.
Once the apples are prepped, the rest is a snap. This crisp can be made several hours ahead and kept in a warm oven. Ice cream makes it super yummy:-)
If you make this healthier apple crisps, please leave your thoughts, suggestions and opinions in the comments of this post. As always, thanks so much for stopping by! Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!
Nutrition Information: Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1358 Total Fat: 3g Saturated Fat: 1g Sodium: 1061mg Carbohydrates: 333g Sugar: 240g Protein: 13g