Gluten Free Autumn-Spiced Apple Crisps and 100 Fantastic Fall Recipes

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Celebrate delicious in-season apples with this easy apple crisps recipe and discover 100 fantastic Fall recipes!
Autumn Spiced Apple Crisps from
Makes about 3 cups of apple crisps

As soon as the weather turns chilly, I start to get into apple mode. These apple crisps are the perfect cure for my autumnal apple cravings, too! Sprinkle them with as little or as much spices as you'd like. Use any variety of apple, too. Because they're baked slowly at a low temperature, you won't have to worry about them breaking down.

100 Fantastic Fall Recipes from www.anyonita-nibbles.comI love apples, but I have strict rules about them: I can't stand red apples! I'll eat any variety of green or yellow apple and I'll happily munch away on a Pink Lady or Gala, but give me a Macintosh or other red apple and it's all over. So for this recipe, I used Golden Delicious, but feel free to use your favorite variety. I didn't add any sugar because my apples were sweet enough. If yours are a little tart, add some sugar to the cinnamon before sprinkling it over.

While you're here, don't forget to check out the roundup of 100 Fantastic Fall Recipes! If you're looking for unique and tasty recipes, then look no further! We've done away with all the variations on apple pie and apple crumble and apple crisp. Instead, you'll find decadent sweet potato shepherd's pie, filling pumpkin and black bean chili--two versions! There's delicious desserts with a Fall feel: blondies, cheesecake and choux pastry. Wash it all down with a cheeky autumnal cocktail or two!

Healthy autumn treat: spiced apple crisps from


For the apple crisps
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1/4 tsp all spice
1 tbsp cinnamon
2 apples, sliced with a mandolin, skin on
pinch of salt
A bowl of spiced apple crisps from

A stack of autumn spiced apple crisps from


Autumn Spiced Apple Crisps
  1. Preheat your oven to 100C/200F
  2. Mix spices together in a small bowl, add sugar if your apples aren't too sweet
  3. Using a mandolin, slice the apples wafer thin, keeping the skin on
  4. Once all of your apples have been sliced, poke out the seeds and arrange on a baking tray
  5. Sprinkle the spice over both sides of the apple slices
  6. Bake 30 minutes, flip all slices over and bake another 30 minutes
  7. After an hour of cooking, turn off the oven and leave the apple slices in the oven while it cools to crisp up further
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