Fall is Here!

This week I had several requests from my family for a dessert that had apples and cinnamon in it.

I made them individual apple crisps! They were very delicious.

Individual Apple Crisps

Individual Apple Crisps

Here is the recipe;


3 T. organic butter

2 C. apples thinly sliced

2 T. ground cinnamon

4 T. coconut sugar or Xyla (I used Xyla)

pinch of salt

juice from 1 lemon

1 T. coconut flour


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease three ramekins with butter.

Melt 1 T. of butter in cast iron skillet. Add the apples and stir to coat in the butter, cover the apples to soften them.

After 8-10 min. sprinkle with 1 T. of cinnamon, 2 T. sugar (coconut or Xyla) a pinch of salt, and lemon juice.

Mix the apples and remove from heat.

In a small dish mix the flour, 2 T. butter, 1 T. cinnamon, and 2 T. of sugar. This will be the topping.

Divide the cooked apples among the ramekins and spoon on the topping.

Bake for 15 min. or until browned on top.

If you try the recipe please let me know how you like it.

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Had to get out in God’s creation and see the pretty fall colors that are coming out!

Peaceful day on the lake.

Peaceful day on the lake.

Stopped by Higgins Lake on the way back from visiting Hartwick Pines State Park.


(feel free to leave a comment and thanks for reading!)


3 thoughts on “Fall is Here!

  1. The individual apple crisps were delicious! Just perfect for a fall day. Can I put in anothe request doe them? The cinnamon was just right too.


  2. Love your pictures. They are well done and very interesting. Grampa loves the recipes and food pictures. Bella sends her love and wishes she could play with the chickens.


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