Healthy apple pie for dessert

No bake, no sugar, no gluten! Healthy apple pie for dessert!

Who says you have to give up dessert in order to maintain a healthy diet? This apple pie requires no baking, no sugar, and no gluten, so you can have a healthy and delectable dessert. This dish demonstrates that eating healthily doesn’t have to mean compromising flavor—it’s ideal for anybody searching for a guilt-free treat or for those with dietary limitations.


  1. Oat flakes: 150 g
  2. Dates: 150 g
  3. Apples (for soufflé): 700 g
  4. Apples: 500 g
  5. Gelatin: 15 g
  6. Walnuts: 100 g
  7. Honey: 1 tbsp
  8. Cinnamon: to taste


This no-bake apple pie has a silky apple soufflé foundation with a crispy oat crust, and it’s topped with walnuts and apples scented with cinnamon. It’s an easy dish that anybody can make because it calls for no baking, no processed sugar, and no gluten.

Step-by-Step Recipe

Oat Base Preparation
  1. After toasting the oat flakes until they are golden brown, crush them into a fine powder.
  2. After 15 minutes of soaking in hot water, mix the dates into a homogeneous paste.
  3. Blend the oat flakes and date paste, transfer the mixture into an oil-greased 24 cm / 9.4 inch pie plate, and store it in the fridge.

Apple Soufflé Making

  1. 700g of peeled and cooked apples should be drained and pureed.
  2. Without boiling, dissolve the gelatin in the heated apple purée.
  3. After 20 minutes of whipping, the mixture should be light and treble in volume. Refrigerate.
Final Assembly
  1. After a little fry, set the walnuts aside.
  2. The remaining 500g of apples should be gently softened by simmering them with honey and cinnamon.
  3. Arrange the apple soufflé on top of the oat foundation, then cover with the apple mixture.
  4. After adding the walnut and spiced apple mixture on top, chill for a minimum of sixty minutes.
Health Benefits

The natural ingredients in this apple pie provide a wealth of benefits. Walnuts contribute protein and healthy fats, apples offer vitamins and antioxidants, and oats are an excellent source of fibre.

Serving Ideas
Serve cold, preferably with a dollop of maple syrup for sweetness boost. It’s ideal as a nutritious snack or dessert after dinner.


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