Vegan + Gluten-Free Apple Plum Crisp—the epitome of warm, sweet, rich Fall spices, and everything nice. Based with tenderly cooked apples + plum and comes well coated with Fall spices; this crisp is topped with toasted gluten-free oats and is a guaranteed staple for the entire family. Made in just 45 short minutes and is a great Fall favorite!
Vegan + Gluten-Free Apple Plum Crisp. The best crisp I’ve had in awhile besides my recently made Homemade Gluten-Free Apple Crisp.
Yup, this crisp is truly legit, ya’ll. I just the apple spice flavor throughout, however, the slight tartness from the plums really do pull together the sweetness of everything well.
Ugh, so sad to see #AppleWeek come to an end, however, that doesn’t mean that you won’t see any apple recipes pop up here and there.
If you missed out on all the apple goodness, then I recommend scrolling down to see a quick recap!
To recap, thus far, I’ve created a few delicious Apple recipes that truly showcase classic dishes and fun twists on the way that you can use apples. Everything from savory to sweet and in between.
This Sheet Pan Maple Apple Chicken + Veggies recipe is the perfect easy weeknight meal on any given day for the entire family.
This Easy Warm Apple Chai Latte is made with only a handful of ingredients and is the perfect warmth + coziness during the cooler season.
When it comes to these Fall Harvest Apple Bacon Crostinis, the word ‘delicious’ is an understatement. This simple in method, yet complex in flavor recipe is the perfect little bite for any occasion or gathering, especially during the Fall season.
Vegan Apple Cinnamon Crumble Bread is an essential part of the Fall season. It’s perfectly sweet and moist, a balance between soft and crunchy, and 100% delicious with the perfect amounts of Apple + Spice flavors!
Of course, I have a ton other apple recipes on the blog in which you can easily search!
Apples — The absolute star of this dish; I tend to mix Gala Apples with Granny Apples for a nice ying-yang of flavor
Plums — A great tart + sweet addition to this crisp. Marries perfectly together with apples
GF Flour or Starch – Adds thickness to the tops while keeping things gluten-free
Brown Sugar – Creates a beautiful caramelization and sweetness to the top layer
Vegan Butter — Allows the topping to golden best; can be substituted with coconut oil
Agave — Used as a sweetener and creates a nice creaminess to apples. Can sub with brown sugar or pure Maple syrup
Fall Spices — the epitome of Fall flavor, including: cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, ginger, cloves
HOW DO YOU STORE LEFTOVERS?
Leftover apple plum crisp can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 1-2 days at most. Personally, I find that it’s best consumed within the same day, however, you can simply reheat your crisp in the oven once ready to serve again.
CAN I MAKE THIS AHEAD?
Absolutely! Simply prep all your ingredients separately: slicing the apples + plums and tossing them in a Tbsp of lemon juice + spices and storing them in a separate bowl and adding the oats and spices in a separate bowl. Once ready to bake, simply add the prepped fruit in your baking dish, skillet, or ramekins and top with oats and drizzle with vegan butter. Wallah!
HOW MANY SERVINGS CAN THIS MAKE?
Honestly, it’s really up to you. This standard recipe can be up to 4 servings, depending on how many scoops you choose to indulge in (I’m guilty of eating this stuff massively. Haha). However, to increase the servings, simply make twice as much or triple the amount of the ingredients.
CAN I REMIX THIS CRISP WITH OTHER FLAVORS?
Definitely! I’m a huge believer in making tweaks based on your tastebuds and this recipe is no different. Simply, add blueberries, apricots, or cranberries for a little pizzazz instead of plum OR keep things classic with just apples.
Let’s dig right into this recipe, shall we?
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
Lightly grease your ramekins with butter and set aside.
In a large bowl, stir together the apples, plum, Agave, arrowroot, spices, and a pinch of sea salt, until well incorporated.
In a separate bowl, add the flour, brown sugar, oats, spices, and vegan butter and stir together until mixture looks crumbly and slightly chunky. **NOTE: Crumble in hands should be more ‘crumbly’ and slightly able to stick together, not entirely wet and sticky.**
Spoon the apple-plum mixture into the bottoms of each ramekin (about 2 Tbsps) and top with flour-oats mixture. Repeat until all ramekins are filled. Bake for about 45 minutes or until fruit becomes bubbly and topping is golden brown.
Once fully baked, remove from oven and let them cool for 5 minutes or so. Serve warm and enjoy with a scoop of your favorite non-dairy ice cream or CocoWhip!
Vegan + Gluten-Free Apple Plum Crisp.