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I have a regular recipe using regular or sprouted flour for apple crisp, which I absolutely love! I grew up eating the regular recipe each fall and winter and it is completely comforting food for me! My Mom made it regularly during the cool months and so I have a strong emotional connection to this recipe. But I wanted to create a grain-free apple crisp as well.
I have to avoid grains for a while while I am healing my gut (eating grains and regular sugar seems to make the symptoms much worse). So, for the next couple of months, I will be avoiding grains. But I wanted to have some great apple crisp since my favorite seasonal apples are available again. I’m very partial to MacIntosh apples. They smell like fall to me, and taste so sweet!
I also used coconut sugar in this recipe. Coconut sugar is low on the glycemic index and is diabetic friendly (this doesn’t seem to aggravate my symptoms).
So I whipped up this little recipe and it works really well. It’s great topped with some freshly made whipped cream…..mmmmm!