8 Must-Try Healthy Apple Desserts for Fall

8 Must-Try Healthy Apple Desserts for Fall

Fall is just around the corner. When I think about fall, I often think of warm apple cider, bobbing for apples, and grandmother’s warm apple pie. Apples make a great dessert option especially if you are looking for low-calorie or low-fat options. Try some of these 8 must-try healthy apple desserts just in time for fall.

Apple Slice Nachos – When your looking for a great treat to satisfy your sweet try, try these fun apple sliced nachos.

Apple Slice Nachos


Apple Chips – Whether you are looking for a healthy snack to munch on or a side item to go with your meal, you can’t go wrong with apple chips.


Low-fat Individual Apple Pie – If you love eating grandma’s warm apple pie, then you will love this treat. It has all the comforts of warm apple pie without adding 1,000s of calories.

lowfat individual apple pie.

Healthy Apple Crumble Recipe – Here is another great alternative to grandma’s warm apple pie. You can add low-fat ice cream or eat it plain.

single serving apple crisp

Baked Apples – Apple pie filling is addicting but it is packed full of sugar. Instead of indulging in apple pie filling, try making backed apples. Plus, it is only 4 weight watchers points too!

Baked Apples

Paleo Apple Pie Parfaits – Try this paleo friendly apple pie or ice cream alternative. Enjoy each layer for a decadent dessert.

Paleo Apple Pie Parfaits

Apple Pie Protein “Ice Cream” (No Ice Cream Maker Needed) – Did you know that your can morph banana’s into ice cream? Try this combination of apple pie and ice cream in one.


Healthy Apple Pie Smoothie – Who says you can’t have dessert for breakfast? Try this delicious and healthy apple pie smoothie. It is packed with fruits and protein. If you like, you can even add your greens too.

Healthy Apple Pie Smoothie

Try these 8 must-try healthy apple desserts just in time for fall. I hope you enjoy these tasty treats. These desserts make eating healthy easier.

Which dessert option are you planning on trying first?