Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble


Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

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A super easy to make apple crumble with an old fashioned rolled oat topping that has no sugar added!

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and I have been thinking about recipes, starting with dessert of course! I am a fan of the classics like pumpkin pie and apple pie but I usually go with something easier like an apple crumble. It is absolutely amazing and it takes far less effort to make! I like to make it a day or two ahead of time and throw it into the oven after taking the turkey out so it can warm while we are eating dinner. This helps cut down on the effort involved in getting the Thanksgiving dinner on the table and dessert is just as delicious as ever!

After the big dinner, I’m usually pretty stuffed but still ready to eat a sweet treat. Since I simply cannot pass on dessert, no matter how full I am, the idea of a lighter dessert is a nice option! This no sugar added apple crumble is the perfect dessert for Thanksgiving!

Apple crumble is packed with sugar! Usually there is plenty of sugar in the apple mixture, more sugar in the crumble mixture and then even more sugar in the ice cream and/or caramel sauce topping! Making an apple crumble lighter and healthier is as easy as replacing all of the sugar with Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener! Splenda® Stevia gets its sweetness from the stevia leaf and it uses the sweeter, cleaner-tasting part of the stevia leaf so no bitter aftertaste! This no sugar added apple crumble is so easy to make, just as good as the original and so much healthier! You’ll never know the difference!

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener is a great way to reduce the sugar in your recipes!

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

TIP: When replacing sugar with Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener make sure to use the correct measurements found on the product packaging, compared to sugar.

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Delicious sugar free whipped cream with a few squirts of liquid Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener, Liquid Sweetener.

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble
Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Easy No Sugar Added Apple Crumble

Prep Time:15 minutes Cook Time:45 minutes Total Time:1 hour Servings: 12

A super easy to make apple crumble with an old fashioned rolled oat topping that has no sugar added!

ingredients
directions
    For the crumble topping:
  1. Mix everything and form into crumbs. (Tip: Use your hands to form the crumbs after mixing.)
  2. For the apple filling:
  3. Mix the apples, Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated, corn starch, lemon juice, and cinnamon and place in an 8×13 inch baking pan.
  4. Sprinkle the crumbs onto the apples.
  5. Bake in a pre-heated 350F/180C oven until the sides are bubbling and the top is golden brown, about 45 minutes.
  6. For the whipped cream:
  7. Beat the cream and Splenda® Stevia No Calorie, Liquid Sweetener with a mixer or a whisk until stiff peaks are formed.

Option: Add 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg to the apple mixture!
Option: You can use Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener, Jar rather than the Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated and you would use 1/2 as much.
Option: Instead of using the Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener, Liquid Sweetener in the whipping cream, you can use 2 tablespoons of the Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated or 1 tablespoon of Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener, Jar or 2 of Splenda® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener, Packets.

Nutrition Facts: Calories 251, Fat 13g (Saturated 7g, Trans 0.2g), Cholesterol 40mg, Sodium 10mg, Carbs 30g (Fiber 3g, Sugars 8g), Protein 3g

Nutrition by: Nutritional facts powered by Edamam



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