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Apple Oatmeal Crisps


This is a light and healthy dessert, best eaten with a dollop of ice-cream or even on its own.  It's more or less like my other recipe on apple raisin crumble.  Refrigerate leftovers and reheat before serving if desired.




Combine oil with sugar, add in flour, oats, almonds and raisins.  Spoon oatmeal mixture on top of the apple slices, sprinkle more oats and drizzle golden syrup before putting them into the oven.





Sour green apples can be transformed into a scrumptious sweet dessert, full of wholesome goodness!

Ingredients
  • 2 granny smith apples - peeled, cored and sliced
  • 7 tsps canola oil
  • 3 Tbsp brown sugar
  • 1.1/2 oz plain flour
  • 40 gm rolled oats
  • 50 gm almonds/walnuts - coarsely chopped
  • 2 Tbsp raisins
  • 1.1/2 Tbsp golden syrup
Method
  1. Arrange apple slices on the bottom of the ramekins.
  2. In a mixing bowl, whisk canola oil with sugar till dissolved, add in flour, almonds and raisins. Mix well.
  3. Mix in 20 gm oats.
  4. Press the oatmeal on the apple slices.
  5. Sprinkle remaining 20 gm oats on top and drizzle some golden syrup.
  6. Bake in preheated oven @ 180 deg C for 40 mins. till light brown.
  7. Serve warm or chilled, with ice cream or on its own.

Comments

  1. Scrumptious apple crisps - an excellent healthy dessert!

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  2. Mmmm...this looks healthy and delicious. This would be so good for breakfast. Thanks for sharing, Cheah.

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  3. Looks really delicious! I love cooking with apples too.

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  4. Good idea, Cheah.. healthy food for us..

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  5. I will have it with some ice cream! Love the hot and cold combination always! and the crunch!

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  6. 5 Star Foodie
    Yes, it's healthy as there's not much oil in it.

    Yes, Mary, good for breakfast and dessert.

    Kristy
    Yup, apples can be quite versatile.

    renaclaire
    Nowadays, must watch waistline and health!

    3 hungry tummies
    Yes, I do like the crunchy topping.

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  7. Wow! a very healthy breakfast indeed...can eat as snacks too! Thanks for sharing:D

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  8. Looks almost like apple pie but you have a healthier topping - not pastry but oatmeal! Nice...

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  9. That sure is healthy Cheah. Must try it out.

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  10. You are welcome, Jeannie. Easy and quick to prepare too.

    Do try it Shirley, think you'll like it.

    tigerfish
    Think I'll prefer oatmeal to pastry.

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  11. Hey Cheah..this is a grat breakfast item. I love oats in anything :) Thanks for sharing this great recipe and don't forget our meet up this friday:)) See you there!

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  12. Yes Elin, I won't forget our 'blind date' with you and Claire. See you soon!

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