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Swedish Apple Pie

You don't have to travel all the way to Stockholm to enjoy this delicious Swedish dessert!

As the leaves start to change their hue and the weather grows crisp, it won't be long before this simple—but tasty—dessert becomes a staple in your home.

Bake Temp: 350°F Conventional, 325°F Convection

Bake Time:  25-35 Minutes



1 – 9” Pan

2 – 9” pans

4 – 9” pans


492 g

984 g

1968 g


2 t

4 t

8 t


½ t

1 t

2 t


1 T

2 T

4 T


Coconut oil

126 g

252 g

504 g


100 g

200 g

400 g

Maple syrup

¼ C

½ C

1 C


1 ½ T

 3 T

6 T


113 g

226 g

452 g

Oat flour

78 g

156 g

312 g

Baking powder

½ t

1 t



¼ t

½ t

1 t



  1. Preheat oven and prepare your pan for your filling. (The easiest way to do this is to spray the pan, put a piece of parchment or wax paper in the bottom of your pan that has been cut to size and then spray it again with pan spray. The pan spray on the bottom will help to stop your parchment from sliding.) Be sure to spray your pan extremely well.

  2. In large bowl, combine chopped apples, cinnamon, cardamom and the first amount of sugar. (You can chop the apples to any size you like, I personally prefer my apple chunks to be a littler smaller than ½” chunks. Remember that larger chunks will take longer to bake).

  3. In another large bowl, stir together coconut oil, sugar, maple syrup and vanilla extract. Add the oats, oat flour (Oat flour is made by grinding up oats in your food processor), baking powder and salt and stir until just combined.

  4. Spread apples evenly over bottom of prepared pan. Spread topping over top of apples.

  5. Bake 25-35 minutes or until apples are bubbly and topping is firm to the touch.

  6. Allow to cool slightly and then flip out of baking pan onto desired plate (be careful that you don’t burn yourself).

**This dessert is delicious to eat as is, but is even better with a caramel sauce poured over the top!


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