We have the perfect summer recipe for you today, paleo apple crisp! Get the oven ready and put your apron on. You won’t want to miss out on this recipe. Do you have a family get together or BBQ coming up? Well, you are in luck – we will help you out! Everyone will be begging you for more! This paleo apple crisp recipe is buttery, sweet, and crunchy. The arrowroot starch helps the cooked apples achieve a glossy, thick sauce while the honey sweetens it just enough. We served ours with vanilla ice cream and it was fantastic, but a coconut milk vanilla ice cream would be excellent as well.
When I was younger I tried apple pie once and did not like it at all. It was years later my best friend had me try her mom’s “famous” apple crisp recipe, and I LOVED IT! That was when I realized I am an apple crisp kind of girl but not an apple pie kind of girl. I like how the apple crisp caramelizes and the texture is more appealing to me; the crunchy crust combined with the soft apples is a perfect combination in my opinion. Do you prefer apple pie or apple crisp? Why? Share your thoughts below and enjoy this paleo apple crisp recipe!
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