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Healthier Apple Pie
Gathering around the dinner table for any fall occasion just doesn’t seem as sweet if it doesn’t finish off with a delicious slice of apple pie. This autumn classic has been shared and loved for decades, and though it is a favourite, it is not necessarily the healthiest option. By making these simple swaps, you can feel free to indulge in a slice or two without all of the guilt!
There are several different variations on this classic and quintessential fall favourite. One of the easiest swaps that you can make for a healthier apple pie is the sugar. There is quite a large amount of sugar in a traditional apple pie recipe, so by reducing the amount used or even the kind of sugar, you can significantly decrease the sweetness in this dessert. Try using a sugar alternative such as maple syrup or agave for added sweetness with lower sugar content.
Another simple way to make a healthier apple pie is to make it with a whole wheat crust. By swapping out regular white flour for whole wheat flour, you can make a much healthier crust with not much taste difference. Whole wheat flour will still give you a delicious and flaky crust to support the decadent apple filling.
A final simple swap that you can make when serving apple pie is dairy-free ice cream. There are several delicious choices on the market that make great alternatives to regular dairy ice cream. This is a great way to appeal to a larger group who may have dairy sensitivities or allergies. There are also really great options for alternative whipped cream, so if you prefer whipped cream to ice cream, you can even try a coconut alternative.
By making these small and simple changes to the original recipe, you can turn an autumn and thanksgiving favourite into a new and healthier tradition for years to come!
Healthier Apple Crisp
One of the many delicious autumnal treats to savour and enjoy this fall season is apple crisp. Although it is a sweet treat, it is not necessarily nutritious, so why not make a few easy swaps for a healthier alternative to this autumn classic.
There are several different ways to make healthy swaps in this recipe. The recipe’s foundation includes apples that are already healthy on their own, so by using sugar alternatives to make the topping, you can easily make this dessert a little bit healthier. Apple crisp can be made with various options to make it completely gluten and dairy-free if that is what you desire. By making simple changes to the original recipe, you can create a dessert that can be enjoyed by all!
You can use old-fashioned oats to make the crisp and crumbly topping which eliminates the use of refined flour, making the topping a lot healthier. Also, altering the amount of topping used, with more apple to crisp ratio, can make this dessert a healthier option.
Original apple crisp recipes usually call for a large amount of sugar. However, this can easily be replaced with maple syrup or even agave to add a healthy sweetness and a lower sugar level. Also, adding maple syrup instead of sugar gives this dessert an even more autumnal flavour and may make this a new favourite swap!
Instead of using butter in this recipe, try swapping for coconut oil. This is a great alternative and a much healthier option to using regular butter. Most apple crisp recipes do not call for a large amount of butter, so this is a quick and easy switch to make that will provide a healthier alternative.
By making these simple changes to the original recipe, you may just find a new favourite way to enjoy this sweet and delicious autumn dessert. Why not try serving this as a healthy thanksgiving dessert to follow that fantastic turkey dinner!