Healthier Mini Apple Crisps Recipe

This quick-to-prep sweet treat is a perfect way to welcome the autumn season. This would be a great dinner party ending.

Healthy Mini Apple Crisps Recipe

Makes 3 mini apple crisps in 4 oz. size ramekins.


  • 1 apple diced with skin (I used Honeycrisp, but any variety will work. I cut apple into 16 slices, then diced).
  • 2 tbsp 100% maple syrup
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • juice of 1 slice lemon
  • fresh ginger grated to taste (I grated about 1/2 tsp with a microplane)


  • 2 tbsp oat flour
  • 2 tbsp oatmeal (Snoqualmie Falls Lodge brand #locallove)
  • 2 tablespoons chopped walnuts
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 pat of grass fed butter cut into super small cubes & divide into 3 (omit to lower fat content)

Note: This pic is before being baked in oven.


    Heat oven to 350° F.
    Place all ingredients (minus toppings) in a bowl and mix.
    Evenly distribute apples into 3 ramekins.
    Place all topping ingredients minus butter in same bowl and mix.
    Evenly distribute topping mixture over apples (about two tablespoons each) and butter on top.
    Add a tablespoon of water in each ramekin.
    Bake in oven for about 45 minutes.

Nutrition Facts per Serving:

  • 148 calories
  • Total Fat: 6.2g
  • Saturated Fat 2g (omit butter for 0 saturated fat).
  • Total Carbs: 24.7g
  • Fiber: 3g
  • Sugars: 13 g
  • Protein: 1.6g
  • Calcium: 17.2%
  • Iron: 2%
  • Potassium: 40mg
  • Vitamin A: 4.2%
  • Vitamin C: 8%

*Health Benefits:

  • Apples: good source of fiber, Vitamin C, & phytonutrients for anti inflammatory benefits & may help prevent disease, certain cancers, and bowel disorders.
  • Cinnamon: for blood sugar control, improves colon health, & helps fight heart disease.
  • Oats: manganese, phosphorus, vitamin b1, magnesium, fiber, and more.
  • Ginger: for gastrointestinal relief, anti inflammatory effects, protection against certain cancers, & boosts immune function.
  • Maple syrup: is all natural and doesn’t go through a refining process (which means it doesn’t lose nutrients) and is packed with vitamins, minerals, phytohormones, phytonutrients, and amino acids.
  • Lemon juice: Vitamin C for immune health.
  • Walnuts: your healthiest nut that lowers overall cholesterol and heart disease risk.

* Talk to your doctor or registered dietitian to see if these foods are right for you. Sources include whfoods, The Nutrition Source at Harvard, Today’s Dietitian, PubMed, & Nutrition websites.

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