These paleo apple recipes are moist and delicious and lightly sweetened with honey. They’re a great way to use fall apples and enjoy a healthy treat without a ton of sugar and carbs.
You don’t have to eat paleo all the time to enjoy paleo recipes like these. Simply enjoy them as gluten-free food. One thing I like about paleo baking (with almond flour and coconut flour) is that I don’t need to add any gum to keep baked goods held together. The results are also usually moister than similar recipes made with other gluten-free flours.
There aren’t many fruits that I really like cooked, but apples are one of them. I’ve been enjoying getting fresh organic apples in my CSA box in recent weeks, and it’s so easy to chop up an apple and throw it into some muffins, bars, or coffee cake. And if I’m using organic apples, I often leave the peel on.
Paleo Apple Recipes
Paleo Apple Bars – I love the texture of these soft Apple Bars with a crunch from walnuts. And I love the apple, cinnamon, walnut flavors. These bars are great for snacking and could even pass for dessert.
Paleo Apple Coffee Cake – I love this Apple Coffee Cake. It’s moist, lightly sweet, and filling. Perfect for a brunch, snack, or dessert.
Paleo Apple Crisp – This Apple Crisp is a delicious fall dessert for anyone who is watching their intake of grains and refined sugar, but it can be enjoyed by all. It’s sweetened with honey and coconut sugar.
Paleo Applesauce Muffins – These Applesauce Muffins are great for breakfast or snacks and are perfect for on-the-go eating.
Autumn Fruit Salad – This Autumn Fruit Salad is simple and delicious. It combines apples, pears, and dates with walnuts, dried cherries, cinnamon, and honey. There’s no need to bake to enjoy these delicious fall flavors.