Apple Blackberry Crisp

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There’s nothing like using baked fruit to make paleo desserts during the summer. This gluten-free Apple Blackberry Crisp uses seasonal, fresh, luscious ingredients, and is the perfect warm weather delight. When finished off with a high-protein almond flour topping, baked fruit treats such as this are superfood in the form of dessert.

The boys love apple crisp. It’s one of their favorite desserts and I make it often. When I make dessert for friends on a nut-free diet, I use one of the incredible recipes from Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry. It’s so hard to find good paleo recipes that are nut-free. So, when I wrote that book I created a bunch of easy recipes for those of you with nut allergies. Did you know that more two-thirds of the recipes in that book are nut-free?! If you can’t afford to buy the book, check out my Nut-Free Recipes page.

This low-carb Apple Blackberry Crisp is made with only 2 tablespoons of sweetener. That’s far less than most baked fruit dessert recipes which typically call for high-carb wheat flour and a cup or so of sugar. Still, if you’re going on a very low-carb diet (VLCD) you’ll want to check out my Keto Brownies recipe and my Keto Diet page.

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  1. In a large bowl, toss together apples, blackberries, lemon juice, vanilla, and arrowroot
  2. Transfer mixture to an 8 x 8 inch baking dish
  3. To make topping, in a food processor, combine almond flour, salt, baking soda, oil, and maple syrup
  4. Crumble topping over apple-blackberry mixture
  5. Cover with tin foil and bake at 350°F for 60 to 70 minutes until fruit is juicy and bubbling
  6. Uncover and bake for 10-15 minutes to brown topping
  7. Serve

Here are some more easy gluten-free baked fruit dessert recipes for you!

This post is an oldie but goodie from the archives. I first published this recipe in 2011.

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76 responses to “Apple Blackberry Crisp”

  1. I made this Apple Blackberry crisp today for the first time and it was super yummy!!! Thank you very much for sharing the recipe. Looking forward to trying out more of your recipes.

  2. This is the second time I’ve made this yummy dish, but both times I’ve processed the topping a little too long and the topping ends up more like dough and hard to spread over the fruit. Next time I’ll pulse just a few times and see how that works.

  3. Hi,
    I just make this crisp, and my apples didn’t cook. I followed the recipe and cooked it even longer. The crisp part was very good, but my apples were hard. i must have had a witch in the kitchen.

    I will try again and precook the apples, I think that would help. What do you think?

    • Joan, thanks for your adorable comment! This can happen when the apples are not sliced thinly enough. When you try again slice the apples a bit thinner and they will cook right through without pre-baking them. Thanks for letting me know this was very good :-)

  4. I recently found your cookbook in the library when I went on the candida diet and was looking for recipes. Your recipes are all AMAZING!!! I have yet to find one that hasn’t come out good. The idea of using almond flour in baked goods is genius – you need much less if any sugar to make things taste good. By the way, I made your crisp using your pie crust recipe sprinkled on the top for the crisp so that it doesn’t have any sugar in it at all and I don’t miss it at all. Just want to let you know that I am a real fan.

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