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Apple Crisp with Truvia(R) Natural Sweetener Recipe

Apple Crisp with Truvia® Natural Sweetener

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"This dish is delicious hot or cold. Be creative and substitute in your favorite seasonal fruits for some or all of the apples – try pears, cranberries, or peaches. Made with Truvia® natural sweetener this dessert contains 30% fewer calories* and has 60% less sugar than the sugar-sweetened version."

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  1. Assemble all ingredients; Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Place apples in a large bowl; sprinkle with water, Truvia® natural sweetener, flour, cinnamon and nutmeg; toss to coat the fruit.
  3. Spray 9-inch baking dish with non-stick spray; place apple mixture in dish.
  4. In a separate small bowl, combine oats, Truvia® natural sweetener, second flour and cinnamon, melted butter, brown sugar and salt; stir to form crumbly mixture.
  5. Sprinkle crumb mixture on top of apples.
  6. Bake 35-40 minutes until apples are tender.
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  • Optional:
  • Pairs well when served with light vanilla ice cream.
  • If desired, peel apples-will reduce fiber content.
  • ** or 6 packets Truvia® natural sweetener
  • *This crisp has 180 calories and 10 grams of sugar per serving as compared to regular crisp that has 250 calories and 27 grams of sugar per serving.
  • Nutrition Facts per serving: Calories 180; Total Fat, 7g; Saturated Fat, 3.5g; Trans Fat,0g; Cholesterol, 15mg; Sodium, 30mg; Total Carbohydrate, 33g; Dietary Fiber, 4g; Sugars, 10g; Erythritol, 5g: Protein, 3g; Vitamin A, 4% DV; Vitamin C, 6% DV; Calcium, 4% DV; Iron, 8% DV

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Apr 10, 2013

First, the one thing that I didn't like about this is the dryness. It took longer to cook than 40 minutes, and I added some water to the casserole dish three times. I suppose adding real sugar would have resulted in the sugar melting into a syrup which the Truvia doesn't do. However, the thing I did like is the taste; true apple flavor with no sugar substitute aftertaste. Not my favorite apple crisp, but it was pretty good.


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