Cinnamon Sugar Apple Noodles

cinnamon sugar apple noodles- these are a delicious, gluten free sweet treat! Can be made paleo, too!


Have you seen the Sweet Potato shoestring fries and Zucchini pasta I’ve made with my Paderno Veggie slicer? Today I am super excited to show you one of my family’s favorite new desserts and pancake toppings- Cinnamon Sugar Apple Noodles!

These are so good, so quick, and so easy. And you can easily use coconut crystals instead of sugar to make this paleo or diabetic friendly- it will still be insanely sweet and delicious!

You can use this as a pancake topping (like I did here- my kids love pancakes and anything I put on them is fair game, though anything remotely healthy gets a second glance if on it’s own), or on ice cream, in a pie or tart, or just on its own- like a deconstructed apple dumpling.

This is so good- and a treat you don’t have to worry about derailing your diet plans!

Apple noodles- these are so delicious, easy to make, and a great healthy treat!

If you dont have a veggie slicer, you could try a kitchenaid or slice the apples thinly by hand- but this is seriously the easiest way to make these (as well as other noodles from fruit and veggies!)

Cinnamon Sugar Apple Noodles


  • 1 apple
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 tbsp sugar or coconut crystals
  • 2 tbsp butter


  1. Using a veggie slicer, make long noodles out of your apple.
  2. Heat butter in a pan until bubbling and foaming.
  3. Add apples, sautee for about 3 minutes until they start to soften.
  4. Add sugar and cinnamon, stir well to be sure it is fully combined.
  5. Continue to cook down for another 5 minutes, until very soft.
  6. Top on pancakes, ice cream, add in a pie- or just eat it straight!
  7. Enjoy!
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Cinnamon Sugar Apple Noodles- these are a delicious topping for pancakes, or just as a sweet treat!


  1. abbie says

    These look super yummy! Thanks for sharing! I don’t have a fruit/veggie noodle maker, but you’ve made me reconsider my lack of one now. . . :) One thing about the recipe, do you mean 1 tsp of cinnamon instead of 1 TB? That seems like a lot of cinnamon for one apple; I don’t even use that much for a whole apple pie. Thank you for the delish recipe!


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