Skillet Apple Crumble {GAPS}

You don’t have to be deprived when you're on GAPS or any other strict diet. This skillet apple crumble is divine and indulgent! Also perfect for apple season when there's an abundance of apples!

Skillet Apple Crumble {GAPS} | Real Food RN

This recipe was created by a good friend of mine who also happens to be my chiropractor. She is very well versed in nutrition and is also our area GAPS practitioner. She created this recipe while her family was following a strict GAPS diet. Turns out that you don’t have to be deprived, this skillet apple crumble is divine and indulgent!

Skillet Apple Crumble {GAPS} | Real Food RN

Skillet Apple Crumble

You don’t have to be deprived when you're on GAPS or any other strict diet. This skillet apple crumble is divine and indulgent! Also perfect for apple season when there's an abundance of apples!

Ingredients

Instructions

    1. In a skillet, sauté apples in apple pie spices and coconut oil.
    2. In a mixing bowl, combine eggs, coconut flour, sea salt, baking powder, and honey.
    3. Pour mixture on top of apples.
    4. Soak some oats in clobbered milk and sprinkle them on top.
    5. Broil for a few minutes, until the topping is brown and crisp, or bake at 400 for 8-10 minutes.
    6. Serve with coconut cream or real whipped cream. You can also use butter and maple syrup also for the crowd with more of a taste for sweetness.

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Skillet Apple Crumble {GAPS} | Real Food RN

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6 Replies to “Skillet Apple Crumble {GAPS}”

  1. This looks great but I’m bummed to see it uses oats. I know this is made for folks following a GAPS diet and apparently oats are okay for that? Just FYI for GF readers who might not realize it (I didn’t when we originally went gluten free for my son), there are a lot of cautions regarding oats (even gluten free ones) for those of us who are gluten free. See https://www.examiner.com/article/why-oats-are-not-safe-for-most-people-on-gluten-free-diets for links and recommendations about how to determine if they’re safe for you or your child.

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