Recipe by Beth Warren

Apple Oat Crumble

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Easy Easy
9 Servings


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Most of us are happy to indulge in a sweet treat. But that doesn’t mean we wouldn’t benefit from a load of nutrients in our dessert too. This Apple Oat Crumble is gluten free, has no refined sugar, and is made from whole grains. Plus, I designed the recipe to be extra high in fiber.   Not only does a high-fiber diet help balance blood sugar and aid your digestive system, but it also helps keep your weight down because you’ll get full on a smaller portion.   Try this Apple Oat Crumble to satisfy that sweet tooth, boost nutrition and fiber, and get fuller faster. Yields 9 large portions or 12 smaller ones



  • 2 tablespoons chia seeds

  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon


  • 1/4 cup coconut oil, firm

  • pinch salt


Prepare the Apple Oat Crumble


Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit (200 degrees Celsius).


Line an eight-inch (20-centimeter) square baking dish with Gefen Parchment Paper and combine apples, lemon juice, maple syrup, vanilla, chia seeds, and cinnamon right in the pan.


In a mixing bowl, combine oats, almond flour, maple syrup, coconut oil, and salt. Use your hands to mash the coconut oil into the mixture, forming small clumps. Spread out over the apples in the pan.


Bake for about 60 minutes or until apples are soft and crisp is golden.


Photography by Beth Warren

Apple Oat Crumble

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1 year ago

This was a disappointment. I followed the recipe almost exactly and it really didn’t work. The crumble didn’t stick together at all and the ratio of crumble to apples was way off. It felt like I was just eating loose oats with an occasional touch of apple. I put in more Granny Smiths than the recipe calls for because mine were small and it was still just a thin layer of apples with way too much loose crumble on top of it.

malkah kahn
malkah kahn
1 year ago

This is a terrific wholesome recipe. I actually cut it out from one of the magazines, made it, and wanted to make it again and it was misplaced. I am so grateful that you posted it on kosher.com. I love apples, however, I don’t want the extra sugar that most recipes come with. Can’t wait to make it again!