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Harvest Apple Air Fryer Crisps

  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 15 mins
  • Serves: 6

Freshly air-fried apples, crisp and golden, await your taste buds. After a quick stint in the open air fryer, they’re ready to dazzle. Give them a moment to cool, but not too long – their warm, cinnamon-kissed embrace pairs perfectly with a scoop of Idaho ice cream. Dessert just got a delightful upgrade! Created by Erin Sher and submitted to the Field to Fork Recipe Contest


3 Idaho Honey Crisp Apples

6 TBS Old Fashioned Oats

2 TBS Organic Raisins

3TBS Unsalted Melted Butter

4TBS Brown Sugar

1TBS Rocky Mountain Honey

2 tsp Ground Cinnamon

1 tsp Ground Nutmeg

¼ tsp Ground Clove

Pinch of Salt


  • Wash apples, pat dry and halve the apples from the stem to the end.


  • Using a cookie scoop, spoon, or paring knife, scoop out the core and seeds, along with some flesh (make a cavity big enough to hold the filling)


  • Stir melted butter, brown sugar, honey, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and salt together, until evenly combined.


  • Stir in oats, raisins and chopped apple (from when you took core out)


  • Divide the filling between the six apple halves (packing lightly into the cavity)


  • Pour ½ cup of water into the bottom tray of air fryer/air fryer basket and place the apple halves on tray on top, making sure they are stable and won’t wobble around. Close air fryer.


  • Set air fryer for 350 degrees F for 12-15 minutes (as various models cook differently, I recommend checking after 13 minutes.)


  • Open air fryer and let apples cool for at least 2 minutes before serving hot with a scoop of ice cream.