This vegan & gluten-free apple cranberry crisp with oatmeal recipe is sweet yet healthy Fall PERFECTION. I knew I had to post it when my husband, who isn’t one for sweets at all and was full from dinner at the time I served it to him said, “What if I want seconds?”
Later, he said, “that recipe’s a winner.” (testimonial paid for only with food ;-))
Note: I altered this recipe from this cinnamon apple tart cherry crumble on the Love & Lemons blog. I am a huge fan of their blog and cookbooks, which are very produce forward. The main differences are that I use dried cranberries instead of cherries, oat flour, vegan butter instead of coconut oil (I do taste the difference) and allspice instead of cardamom (similar, but more useful to keep on hand). I also decreased the brown sugar to reduce the total sugar.
This scrumptious and comforting vegan and gluten-free apple cranberry crisp with oatmeal topping is proof that you don’t need dairy or a lot of sugar to make a delicious dessert that still has health benefits of fruit, oats and nuts! I bet you will ask for seconds too.
How to Make Apple Cranberry Crisp with Oatmeal Topping
This vegan and gluten-free apple cranberry crisp with oatmeal topping recipe is my go-to dessert recipe for a comforting yet healthy Fall dessert. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
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Related Cookbook Recommendations
Also, since this is a blog “where books meet lifestyle,” I always pair my posts with books. Since I altered this recipe from the Love & Lemons blog, I am pairing this recipe with their cookbooks (also two of my favorite cookbooks), The Love & Lemons Cookbook and Love & Lemons Every Day. As I mentioned earlier, these cookbooks are very produce forward. They are my go-to’s when I get a piece of produce with which I really want to do something special but am not sure which direction to go.
Related Vegan Recipe Posts
And if you enjoy vegan food, check out more of my simple vegan recipes:
- Philly “cheesesteaks“
- Spring Pasta with lemon, asparagus, peas & mushrooms
- 15-minute chocolate chip cookies
- Banana oat bars with blueberries and walnuts
- Broccoli cheese soup
- Spicy penne alla vodka sauce
- Quick one pot red beans and rice
- Roasted cauliflower & leek soup
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