I thought with the weekend upon us, I’d share one of my favorite recipes. I often make this on Sunday’s – and always do extra so when I come home from work on Monday, I have something delicious to look forward to! I hope you enjoy this Apple Crumble, serve with a little ice cream and you’ll find it is perfection. Here is the guide to create…

So, now you know how delicious it will look… let’s go back to the start.

I never use a set amount for this recipe, I just make it up as I go each time and adjust depending on how much I want to make. To create, you will need oats, apples (I usually use 10), cinnamon or your favorite spices, brown sugar and soft butter.

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Start by cutting apples into small pieces…

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I often leave the skin on for all the extra nutrients!

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Once complete, add 1/2 to 1 cup of water, a little cinnamon or spices and place on the stove, use medium heat to simmer.

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Now to prepare the crumble! I actually never measure this out, you can’t go too wrong. It just depends on how much apple I’m cooking up, so place the oats, brown sugar and soft butter in a mixing bowl. Combine together until it starts to stick and all oats are coated in the sugar and butter.

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Now go check on the apple, stir and adjust the heat or add more water accordingly.

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With the crumble done and the apple cooking until soft and golden, feel free to relax and enjoy a wine!

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Once the apple is cooked so it is soft, add it to a lightly greased tin. Sprinkle some cinnamon and spices, then add the crumble mixture on top. I’m always quite generous with this – crumble is delicious! Then place in the oven and cook until golden brown (on approx. 180 degrees / 350 fahrenheit).

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Once cooked, it should look delicious and golden – just like this! Then all you need to do is cool and serve…

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I usually add a little ice cream to mine, or just eat it plain – it’s amazing both ways!

I hope you enjoy this recipe! I like that it uses oats and very little sugar or butter, so as far as desserts go, it’s not too bad for you!  If you have any questions, please ask – or if you make it, I’d love to know what you think.  Happy Friday and have a fantastic weekend!



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