CrockPot Apple Crisp Gluten Free Recipe


One of the crockpot dessert recipes just got a little bit better. We all love to find great tasting and healthy crockpot recipes especially when they are for dessert. This crockpot apple crisp recipe is one of the more popular crockpot desserts because of its fabulous flavors and healthy ingredients. Just when you thought this recipe couldn’t get any better a gluten free version hits the mark. This gluten free crockpot apple crisp recipe like the original is packed with the great flavors of apple and cinnamon that just brings about smiles. For all of you gluten free cooks out there this is a must have recipe your sure to fall in love with. Being a crock pot recipe makes this so quick and easy to prepare you can have it just about anytime. Your family and friends are sure to love this gluten free crock pot apple crisp recipe with out knowing the difference so be sure to try it sooner rather then later. Your sure to get more and more request for this and you will be adding it to your list of go to dessert recipes right away.


gluten free crockpot apple crisp



6 Cups Sliced Apple
1/2 Cup Sugar (white)
1 tblespoon Lemon Juice
1 tblespoon Cornstarch
1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon (ground)
1/4 teaspoon Nutmeg (ground)
1/4 teaspoon Cloves (ground)


1 Cup Flour (Gluten free multi-purpose)
1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup Sugar (white)
1 Stick Butter (1/2 cup melted)
1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon (ground)
Pinch of Nutmeg and Cloves
Optional – 3/4 Cup Cinnamon Oat Granola


Recipe Directions:
Spray your 6-quart crock pot well with non stick cooking spray. In a bowl combine your sliced apples and lemon juice and toss. Now in a small bowl combine 1/2 cup of white sugar , cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and cornstarch and mix until all combined. Now add this mixture to your apples and mix and place apples into your crock pot.

In another bowl combine your gluten free flour , brown sugar, white sugar, and spices and mix well. Now add in your melted butter and use your fingers to mix it until you form a nice coarse crumble. Sprinkle it on top of your apples in the crock pot. If your using the Cinnamon oat granola you can add it on top now.

Put your crock pot on high and cook for 2 hours or on low setting for 4 hours. Once completed turn off crock pot and remove the lid then allow your apple crisp to set for about an hour so your topping becomes crispy.


Crockpot Apple Crisp Recipe


This is a great easy to make crockpot dessert recipe. This crockpot apple crisp recipe is one of the best desserts i have tried. Not only is it packed with tons of great flavors but its a great light crockpot recipe that is perfect for any time of year. Crockpot cooks are always looking for healthy crockpot recipes that don’t make sacrifices in the flavor department. This crock pot recipe does just that and it is sure to quickly become your go to crock pot dessert recipe. Your family and friends are sure to love it and there is no doubt you will get request to make this one time and time again.

We all want to be able to serve great food while spending less and less time slaving away in the kitchen and crockpot cooking is the answer. Most meals take long enough to prepare on there own so why not make dessert a whole lot easier and let your crock pot do all the work. Crockpot cooking was the original “set it and forget it” of the food world and is once again becoming very popular among home cooks.


crockpot apple crisp recipe



4-5 Large Apples
1 teasp Nutmeg
1 teasp Cinnamon
1 Tablsp Maple Syrup (can sub honey)
1 Tablsp Lemon Juice
1 Cup Oats
1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup All Purpose Flour (can sub whole wheat)
4 Tablsp Room Temp Butter
1/4 teasp Salt

Recipe Directions:

Take your apples and peel and slice them. Be sure not to slice your apples to thin keep them approx 1/2 inch thick or a little more for crockpot use. In a bowl add your apple slices along with 1/2 of cinnamon, 1/2 of nutmeg, maple syrup and lemon juice and mix well and then add to crockpot.

Now in a separate bowl add your oats, butter, sugar, flour, rest of cinnamon and nutmeg and combine well. Now spread this mixture evenly on top of the apples in your crock pot. Cook in crockpot on high for 2 hours and then on low for an additional 4 hours.

Recipe Serves 4.