Grain-Free & Vegan Apple Cobbler In A Jar

by Beth @ Tasty Yummies

Grain-Free & Vegan Apple Cobbler In A Jar

Even if you were unaware of the dropping temps and earlier sunsets, given all the pumpkin and apple recipes floating around online right now, it’d be hard not to notice that fall is on its way! I just love fall and all of the yummy comforting food that comes along with it. Spiced apple anything is a pretty surefire way to get me into an autumnal mood! The smell wafting through the house while anything apple-spiced bakes is probably one of the best smells in the whole entire world. These single-serve grain-free vegan apple cobblers in-a-jar are so simple to make, and they are a lovely healthy alternative to the usually heavy-on-the-butter and grain-containing original. Plus, these are great for those of us with restricted diets.

Grain-Free & Vegan Apple Cobbler In A Jar

If you follow a paleo diet, I think just swapping the maple syrup out for honey should make these more paleo friendly. If you can’t have nuts, try using sunflower seed flour in place of the almond flour. If you like butter and you aren’t vegan, swap out the coconut oil with some good local grass-fed butter.

One bite of these amazing little treats will have you in the fall state of mind, as quick as can be! What’s your favorite fall food?

Grain-Free & Vegan Apple Cobbler In A Jar

This recipe was originally shared on the Free People Blog BLDG 25

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1 Alissa N September 19, 2013 at 10:01 am

YUM!! These look incredible, I am so in the fall mood, and I want to eat apple everything!! These are so cute, they would be so wonderful for dinner parties!!


2 The Peace Patch September 20, 2013 at 5:22 am

Nothing as yumful as hot cinnamony apple cobbler on a nippy Fall day…thank you for the recipe! I found the perfect little ramekins for this too!
Heading over to BLDG 25 …cheers!


3 Leanne @ Healthful Pursuit September 23, 2013 at 1:40 pm

You’re right, the minute that I made my first batch of pumpkin spice, I instantly felt like it was Fall! LOVE this recipe :)


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