Apple Cobbler (HG Lib, SF, GF, LC)

Apple Cobbler (HG, Sugar free, low carb, gluten free)This is FABULOUS!! I was reaaaally missing apple pie, and apple crisp. This totally works! YUMMM! šŸ™‚

And to top it off- it’s soooo easy peasy! YAY! Plus, I used a sweet pear in the place of sugar or sweetener for the fruit, makes is even MORE healthy! HA!

Into bowl with water to cover and 1 tsp lemon juice (keeps from browning):

3 apples, peeled, cored and sliced

——-Into separate bowl, using My Almond Shortbread Recipe:

1 cup Almond meal

Easy almond Shortbread recipe (GF, SF, HG, Low Carb)

Almond Shortbread

3 Tbsp butter, room temp/ softened

pinch sea salt

1 egg white

1 1/2 tsp XylitolĀ  and 1 package Splenda or other HG sweetener

1 tsp almond flavor/ extract

Stir well. Set aside.

——Drain lemon water from apple pieces and add:

1 pear, cored and chopped small

1 -2 tsp cinnamon

pinch nutmeg

2 tsp fresh lemon or lime

Stir, scoop into casserole dish, scrape all the yummy juices from bowl into casserole dish.

Apple cobbler- SF, GF, LC HG libScoop almond cookie mix on top, smooth evenly over fruit.

Bake 350 for 25 mins, or longer if you like your apple chunks really soft. I like mine with a little crisp left in them šŸ™‚

Tip: try different berries and fruits with this recipe for a yummy variation!

Serve with Homemade Whipped Cream and enjoy!

Whipped Cream

Whipped Cream

Chicken and Gravy

Chicken and Gravy

About Christine

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2 Responses to Apple Cobbler (HG Lib, SF, GF, LC)

  1. Kathy says:

    Thank you so much for your recipes. I have recently been diagnosed with Reactive Hypoglycemia and your recipes are more like real recipes (know what I mean?) I’m getting really tired of the “basic” allowed foods. What do you eat if you go to a restaurant? I think I do ok there but at home it’s so hard for me to be creative. I’m a sissy with all the new recipes out. I can’t even think of a veggie burger. I grew up a meat and potatoes kind of girl. Anyway just wanted to thank you and please keep putting them on here!!

    • Christine says:

      Hi Kathy!
      Thank you!! I TOTALLY know what you mean about real food! The only recipes I could find when I started were so weird and my tummy did not thank me (and neither did my husband! LOL!)

      At restaurants, the best thing to order if you want something nice and/or filling, is to order a steak with veggies and salad. Usually the veggies are grilled or sauteed and super yummy šŸ™‚ If you want something lighter, go with a big salad, like a chef salad or with sliced steak or something in there. Taco salad without the chips is good, you just can’t use the salsa without looking at the ingredients first. There is about 1/2 the salsa out there that has sugar in it, so you have to watch for that. Skip the salad dressing and just get some olive oil and slices of lemon, a few drops of those with some salt is actually pretty good! šŸ™‚

      Best thing to do is to NOT change everything. Just replace rice with riced cauliflower. Replace potatoes with steamed cauliflower, replace pasta with zucchini noodles, you can get a spirilizer for pretty cheap on ebay and it only takes 4 minutes in boiling water and it’s done. I have recipes for all that stuff on here too šŸ™‚

      And replace your sugar with Xylitol and Splenda. This way you still eat the same way you used to. (other than the breads and flours lol)

      Hang in there, it will get easier! <3

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