Healthy dutch apple crisp pie

Pie crust:
⅔ cups                         Flour, whole wheat
⅓ cup                          Dedicated coconut
¼ cup                          Almonds, ground
2 TBSP                        Free sweet or xylitol
100g c                         Coconut oil, solid
¼ tsp                           Salt, course
½ tsp                           Cinnamon powder
2 TBSP                        Tetley apple flavoured green tea

Filling:
3 medium                    Apples (pealed and diced)
½ tsp                           Cinnamon powder
90ml                            Tetley apple flavoured green tea
2 TBSP                        Free sweet or xylitol
1 TBSP                        Corn flour
1 tsp                            Coconut oil


Crumble topping:
⅔ cups                         Rolled oats
2 TBSP                         Flour, whole wheat

½ tsp                           Cinnamon powder
¼ cup                          Free sweet or xylitol
¼ cup                          Coconut oil, melted

Method:
Pie crust:

1. In a food processor add whole wheat flour, ground almonds, desiccated coconut and free sweet pulse until it's combined.
2. Add in the solid coconut oil. Pulse to resemble crumbs lastly add a tablespoon of cold apple green tea gradually add more or less just enough to bind the dough together. The dough should be slightly hard not soft.
3. Press the dough in a spring form pan or a pie dish and place in the fridge while you prepare the filling.

Filling:
1. Wash peel and chop the apples in to small chunks. Toss the apples with cinnamon powder.
2. In a saucepan add the apple green tea, corn flour, coconut oil and sugar bring it to a boil stirring constantly until the sauce has thickened. It should be thick and slightly runny.
3. Add a teaspoon or more of the green tea if it looks too thick. Add this sauce to the apples.
4. Mix until all the apples are evenly coated. Transfer this mixture to the pie dish over the crust. Mix the ingredients for the crunchy topping. Then sprinkle the top of the pie with the crunchy topping.
5. Bake the pie uncovered for 50/60 minutes at 190°C. Remove from the oven when you see the pie is bubbling. Let it rest for 1 hour before serving.


Recipe and Pictures credits: @ataleofsauceandspice

 

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