Keto “Apple” Cobbler For Two

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  • prep time

    prep time

    20 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    35 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    55 min

Keto “Apple” Cobbler For Two

10 ratings

It is amazing how much chayote has the texture of apple in this dessert and it is so good even though you’re technically eating a vegetable! The warm apple pie spices make this dessert so delicious and comforting and it is just like the real thing. Maybe even better!

  • Net Carbs

    5.2 g

  • Fiber

    6.2 g

  • Total Carbs

    12.5 g

  • Protein

    5.6 g

  • Fats

    23.2 g

260 cals

Keto “Apple” Cobbler For Two

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Ingredients

  • Almond Flour by Sunblest

    Almond Flour by Sunblest

    ⅓ cup

  • Coconut Flour by Nutiva

    Coconut Flour by Nutiva

    1 tbsp

  • Organic Stevia Blend by Pyure

    Organic Stevia Blend by Pyure

    1 tsp

  • Cinnamon

    Cinnamon

    ¼ tsp

  • Kosher Salt

    Kosher Salt

    ⅛ teaspoon

  • Butter

    Butter

    2 tablespoon

  • Chayote Fruit Raw

    Chayote Fruit Raw

    1-¼ cup

  • Organic Stevia Blend by Pyure

    Organic Stevia Blend by Pyure

    1 tsp

  • Cinnamon

    Cinnamon

    ¼ tsp

  • Spices Allspice Ground

    Spices Allspice Ground

    ¼ tsp

  • Lemon Juice Raw

    Lemon Juice Raw

    1 tablespoon

Recipe Steps

steps 6

55 min

  • Step 1

    Preheat an oven to 350 F. Combine almond flour, coconut flour, Pyure, cinnamon, kosher salt and 2 T diced butter in a small bowl. Using your fingers, work butter into the flour so it is combined yet still has small lumps of butter in it.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Peel, core and dice chayote into ¼” cubes.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Toss it with 2 T Pyure, cinnamon, allspice and lemon juice.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Take two small ramekins and divide the chayote between the two bowls. Then follow with dividing the crumb topping.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Bake for 30-35 minutes until the top is browned.
    Step 5
  • Step 6

    Served with whipped cream!
    Step 6

Comments 29

  • BlithesomeKale452576

    BlithesomeKale452576 3 months ago

    Goodness! I would never think that my chayotes that I put in my chicken soup can turn into apple 🍏 pie yummy 😋 I have to try this, and for people that doesn't know where to find them, usually Hispanic stores carries them as we use them m and cook with them, enjoy!

    • Dolores

      Dolores 8 months ago

      I make this often to take to pot lucks so I can enjoy dessert with a group of people. It is very good. I add (if I have it) Walden Farm's Apple Butter(0 carbs) for flavor. Great for holiday desserts too.

      • UnbelievableKale488107

        UnbelievableKale488107 9 months ago

        I used zucchini and added a couple drops of apple flavoring. This was absolutely delicious!!

        • reneeb808

          reneeb808 4 years ago

          This recipe is easy and perfect! I doubled it and baked it in a small casserole dish. Delicious!

          • Dolores

            Dolores 4 years ago

            Made this with zucchini as we can’t get chayote here and it turned out really good. Left skin on and put on paper towel after dicing to pull moisture out. I also added a couple of Tblsps of chopped pecans to topping which gave a bit more crunch. Nice sub for apple pie

            • Sher Healthy 4 Life

              Sher Healthy 4 Life 2 years ago

              Great idea! Thank you, I can’t get chayote fruit in my small two , either.

          • Chevy

            Chevy 4 years ago

            What size ramekin was used?

            • MsDachshund

              MsDachshund 4 years ago

              Use the two cup size ones.

          • Cindy G

            Cindy G 4 years ago

            Really liked this (so did my husband). The second time I modified - for the chayote mixture, I did 1/4” cubes, sautéed with butter & spices until butter absorbed /smelled right. Chayote was still crunchy. I added about 1/3-1/2c water, reduced heat and simmered until water absorbed. Still pretty crunchy, so I added a bit more water. Really helped & very flavorful. Did about 1T stevia. Filled the ramekins with mixture, did rest as instructed. Next time I’ll use a flatter, wider dish /ramekin so more of the topping crisps up.

            • Anonymous

              Anonymous 4 years ago

              Can you use Erythritol? I might have to make this with keto vanilla ice cream

              • Elaine

                Elaine 5 years ago

                My husband thinks it’s delicious. Texture was good too. I followed directions exactly and .5”cubed the chayote. Just left out coconut flour. The whipped cream moistened the warm topping that wasn’t quite carmelized after 35 minutes in oven. Thank you for a tasty tradition!

                • NancySue

                  NancySue 5 years ago

                  What is chayotes? Where can you find it? Can you used frozen slice apples?

                  • FabulousRadish202839

                    FabulousRadish202839 8 months ago

                    The chayote squash is also referred to as mirliton or choko squash. I also slice and eat them raw sprinkled with Tajin. The texture is closely related to a crisp apple. And you can eat skin, fruit, and seed. I think they may be cheaper carb-wise compared to zucchini. Enjoy! 🙏😎🖖

                  • Dolores

                    Dolores 3 years ago

                    Zucchini squash is a replacement for the Chayotes. We don't have it here that I could find. Went on-line for a replacement and found Zucchini. I have made this several times and it works great with the Zucchini and it reduces the carb count 4.3.

                  • Cindylharmon

                    Cindylharmon 4 years ago

                    Apes have way to many carbs.

                • DonnaRob

                  DonnaRob 5 years ago

                  I followed recipe but chayote was not cooked through. I think this needs an extra step. I recommend boiling the chayote before mixing it with spices.

                  • Lala56

                    Lala56 5 years ago

                    This recipe is DELICIOUS!!!!!! I made this recipe twice and plan to do it again. My boyfriend loves it. Especially served with the whip cream :)) Next time though I will boil the chayotes before hand. I also let it bake for an extra 5 minutes. Thank you so very for this recipes !!

                    • recipewriter

                      recipewriter 5 years ago

                      That's a great suggestion! I'm glad you liked it!

                  • MBHWhitney

                    MBHWhitney 5 years ago

                    So good!

                    • Spartanofchrist

                      Spartanofchrist 6 years ago

                      My mom, dad, grandmother, and I tried it tonight and loved it.

                      • DeNisedd

                        DeNisedd 6 years ago

                        Hubby is highly impressed and wanted more. He loves apple pie. I was slightly disappointed the crumble was so dry and powdery. More butter made a batter. I'll keep experimenting. I boiled the chayote 15 minutes for a softer texture, closer to an apple pie, and added juices cuz it was also a bit dry. Delicious!

                        • Ingrid benward

                          Ingrid benward 6 years ago

                          I believe you could substitute zucchini for chaiote also. Add a dash of lemon juice for tartness. I will try it to today and report back.

                          • recipewriter

                            recipewriter 6 years ago

                            Sure! Give it a try! Zuchinni releases a lot of water vs. chayote so keep an eye out for that.

                        • ritadesousa27

                          ritadesousa27 6 years ago

                          Hi could I use rhubarb intend of chaiote ?

                          • recipewriter

                            recipewriter 6 years ago

                            Yes, you absolutely could! Rhubarb and chayote have the same carb count. Just take note, you will need to add more sweetener since rhubarb is tart!

                        • sjpaulsen

                          sjpaulsen 6 years ago

                          I really liked it! I am a huge fan of all things apple, so this was a great substitute for a warm apple crumble. I topped it with whipped cream.

                          • recipewriter

                            recipewriter 6 years ago

                            I'm so glad you loved it as much as I did!

                        • lowcarbdietera69e

                          lowcarbdietera69e 6 years ago

                          This is an ok recipe it tastes better without the crumble with it just tastes very buttery and overpowering.

                          • recipewriter

                            recipewriter 6 years ago

                            Sorry to hear about your experience with the recipe. I'm glad to hear that it tastes good without the crumble too.