Fancy jazzing up your traditional apple crumble recipe? How about apple crumble with a twist? We've rounded up a few of our favourite apple crumble recipes with a twist. From apple crumble cupcakes to roast rhubarb and apple crumble, we've got plenty of ways to transform this classic dish into the perfect dessert recipe.
Fancy jazzing up your traditional apple crumble recipe? We’ve rounded up
a few of our favourite apple crumble recipes with a twist.
apple crumble cupcakes to roasted rhubarb and apple crumble, from apple
crumble tray bake to baked apples with crumble topping, we’ve got
plenty of ways to transform this classic dish into a new and tasty
Click through to see all of our apple crumbles with a twist…
First on the list are these amazing apple crumble cupcakes. If you love apple crumble and you love cupcakes – we’ve got the perfect recipe just for you. These cupcakes are easy-to-make and taste delicious. With homemade custard buttercream and a sweet apple sponge, these tasty treats make the ultimate cupcake recipe. Top your cupcakes with homemade oaty crumble for an extra apple crumble taste.
How good does this apple crumble tray bake look? With a soft, cinnamon infused sponge for the base and a crisp, buttery crumble topping this tray bake takes a classic apple crumble to the next level – we love it!
This blueberry and apple crispy crumble is ideal for friends or family
who are on a gluten-free diet. With tangy blueberries and sweet, juicy
apples, this gluten-free recipe
is bursting with fruity flavour. For the crumble mix use gluten-free
brown bread and jumbo oats instead of the more traditional topping.
These treats are a great way to turns a classic apple crumble upside down! Just
softly bake the apples in a warm oven with the buttery crumble for one
mouth-watering dessert treat which will fill your kitchen with festive
If you love the floral, summery flavour of elderflower you’re going to enjoy tucking into this apple crumble infused in it. Dusted with cinnamon, this crumble brings three unlikely ingredients together to make one mouth-watering dish.
Give your apple crumble a posh twist by adding cinnamon into the mixture and serving as individual portions. Great for dinner parties, this tasty little number is a great way to transforming that classic apple crumble recipe.
Turn a classic apple crumble into a moist sponge cake packed full of all the traditional warming flavours. This apple cake combines blueberries, blackberries and succulent apples to make a mouth-watering filling. Topped with a crunchy crumble of mixed chopped nuts and served with fresh cream or homemade custard, try and resist making this delicious cake.
Give your pancakes a new lease of life by topping them with a sweet crumble mix and some delicious apple sauce. They’re so simple to make and are sure to put a big smile on your family’s faces. We’d recommend serving with warm apple slices and a splodge of custard.
Transform your traditional crumble into a hearty treat by adding cinnamon and pear and turning it into a delicious and moist cake recipe. Layered with sweet fruit filling, topped with cinnamon crumble and served with a creamy warm custard, this cinnamon, apple and pear crumble cake is the perfect end to a family Sunday lunch.
Get the recipe: Cinnamon apple and pear crumble cake
Adding some rhubarb into your apple crumble is a sure-fire way to make it even tastier. Lovely when it’s in season (January – May), rhubarb will bring a delicious tangy flavour to your dish. Serve this roast rhubarb and apple crumble with the traditional ice cream or custard sides and watch their faces light up as they take their first bite.
If you love Hairy Bikers’ recipes, you’ll love this classic apple and blackberry crumble recipe. It does take some time to cook but is definitely worth the wait.
Bursting with tangy blackberries and tasty apples, this dish is great
served with a generous helping of ice cream or warm custard. Don’t
forget if you’ve got some leftover, just pop cling film over it and
leave in the fridge. Serve cold the next day for a naughty afternoon
Apple is not the only fruit that tastes delicious in a crumble. Try adding a mixture of different fruits, like in this recipe. Topped with a crunchy almond-infused crumble, this dessert can
be prepared in advance and left in a turned-off oven to keep warm – that
way it can be served straight after dinner.
This mouth-watering caramel apple crumble combines soft, sweet cooked apples with gooey, oozing caramel to create a
delicious combination. Topped with an oaty crumble, this dish is
perfect served with homemade custard. It only takes 35 mins to prepare and cook and is a great treat after your Sunday roast. What are you waiting for?
This recipe combines cinnamon with ripe cooking apples to make one mouth-watering treat. The crumble mixture is made using demerara sugar which gives it that extra sweetness of flavour.