This one is from our great friend Esther at http://paleoonmain.blogspot.com/!!!
Preheat oven to 350. Mix together cinnamon and maple syrup and mix into sliced apples. It will not look like it is enough to cover all the apples, but because the maple syrup is thick, when the apples start to give off their juices in the oven the flavor will spread throughout. No need to add extra. Place into 7X6, or similarly sized casserole dish.
In same bowl you mixed the apples with the cinnamon and maple syrup, mix together the topping ingredients and cut in coconut oil. By using the same bowl you will pick up some of the maple flavor into the topping without adding anymore syrup (or wasting the syrup left behind, because that would just be wrong!). Spread topping over apples. Take additional tbsp of coconut oil and break it apart over the topping. This will help the top crisp up a little. Bake for about 30 minutes.
I like my apples still kind of crisp, but if you like a creamier textured apple, you can bake it at 325 for a longer time to achieve that. I like to enjoy mine just like that, or with a tbsp or so of coconut milk over top. Yumm… goal for the day, leave at least enough for hubby to try when he gets home from work!