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  • apple crumble recipe

    Apple crumble

    This easy apple crumble recipe proves that you don't have to buy one readymade, it's so simple to make your own - and it tastes much better! Learning how to make apple crumble couldn't be easier - simply layer fruit with a little sugar and a crunchy crumble topping and bake. It's that simple! This easy recipe for apple crumble uses oats but you can leave them out if you want a plain apple crumble. It’s such a simple recipe that you only need eight ingredients to make the base and the apple crumble topping, and they’re all things that you probably already have in you cupboard – apples, sugar, cinnamon butter, flour and oats! This easy recipe also shows you how to make apple crumble in just six simple steps. Now for the important question - custard or ice cream? This classic crumble recipe serves 6-8 people so if perfect if you're feeding big crowds. And the best part of making an apple crumble from scratch instead of buying one from the shops is that it will take you only 35 mins in total. As with any other recipe for apple crumble, this apple crumble is best served warm, with a side of custard or ice cream. A homemade apple crumble is the perfect way to finish of a Sunday roast with the family.

    • 3
    (302 ratings)
  • How to make rhubarb crumble

    Rhubarb crumble is a classic treat that's very simple to make. So you have no problems whipping up this lovely dessert, this easy rhubarb crumble recipe is broken down step-by-step for the perfect crumble every time. The pink vegetable (yes, it's not a fruit) not only looks really good in dishes, it also adds a delicious zingy flavour to recipes, especially when paired with sugary ingredients to counter its acidity. This classic rhubarb crumble recipe uses seasonal rhubarb which everyone loves! Rhubarb crumble is a classic pudding that is easy to make and great comfort food. Rhubarb is in season from early to mid-spring (from around April) until September, which means we get quite a long window to use it in desserts like delicious rhubarb crumble. This crumble recipe is super easy as it goes in the oven for 45 minutes which means you don't have to worry about it too much and once it's out, serve it with custard, cream or ice cream - yum!

    • 4
    (131 ratings)
  • Peach and coconut crumble

    Peach and coconut crumble

    Bored of traditional apple crumble? Try this sweet and exotic peach and coconut crumble instead! This quick and simple recipe takes just 20 minutes prep for a deliciously different dessert the whole family will love. Serve with cream or ice cream or custard.

    • 4
    (3 ratings)
  • Hairy Bikers' apple and blackberry crumble

    Hairy Bikers' apple and blackberry crumble

    The Hairy Bikers' apple and blackberry crumble recipe is a classic at it's finest. Made with fresh blackberries and sweet apple chunks, this delicious crumble recipe is sure to become a family favourite. You can't beat this traditional British fruit dessert with a dollop of hot and creamy custard - it's the ultimate comfort food and this recipe is from the boys' 'Mums Know Best' series on BBC2. This recipe serves 6 people and takes around 1hr and 5 mins to prepare and cook - it's well worth the wait! If you have any leftover, store in a bowl covered in clingfilm in the fridge. You can reheat (removing the clingfilm) or serve cold the next day. Our serving suggestions would be vanilla ice cream, homemade custard or a dollop of fresh cream.

    • 3
    (457 ratings)
  • Crumble topping recipe

    This crumble topping recipe will cook to a lovely crunchy golden topping over fruit. You only need 3 ingredients for this simple recipe, but you can use it to make any kind of crumble you like. Pick fruit that's in season, try frozen fruit or use a mix of fruit for interesting flavour combos! For extra texture, you can add a tablespoon or two of porridge oats or some chopped almonds or hazelnuts to the mixture too. Add a pinch of cinnamon to the crumble mix if serving it with apples to make a classic apple crumble with a warm spicy flavour. This crumble mix recipe serves 4 people and will take only 10 mins to make. Although there's no denying that a crumble topping is the perfect thing to cover soft, seasonal fruit in, we also love this recipe as an addition to other recipes. Try scattering your crumble topping over your porridge in the morning for an extra burst of sweetness, or use it to cover a fruit pie to give another level of texture - delicious!

    • 3
    (189 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's orange and plum crumble

    Mary Berry's orange and plum crumble

    Make Mary Berry's delicious orange and plum crumble recipe in just 4 simple steps. Both the crumble and the filling can be made a day in advance to save you more time after dinner. This recipe serves 6 people and will take around 30-40 mins to cook. It's a delicious twist on a Sunday afternoon classic. The tangy orange flavour and the softness of the plums really work well together to make one delicious plum crumble. Add the buttery crumble and you've got one mouth-watering dessert. Serve this tasty dessert with a drizzle of cream, dollop of custard or scoop of ice cream. The choice is yours! This recipe is a great way of using up a glut of plums you might have growing in your garden or sitting in your fruit bowl.

    • 3
    (143 ratings)
  • Rhubarb and raspberry crumble

    Rhubarb and raspberry crumble

    Rhubarb and raspberry crumble is such a perfect summer dessert - make with seasonal raspberries and rhubarb for a taste of our favourite season! Everyone loves crumbles - so this crumble recipe with lots of juicy fresh raspberries is guaranteed to please. You can easily make this with your own rhubarb, or shop-bought is just as nice, with fresh berries. Feel free to add blackberries too if you want a crumble that's slightly more tart, and then serve with plenty of thick custard, ice cream or cream! However you like it best!

    • 3
    (80 ratings)
  • Sticky rhubarb and ginger crumble

    Sticky rhubarb and ginger crumble

    Sticky rhubarb and ginger crumble is a delightlful twist on a classic crumble recipe. Nothing beats a crumble and this tasty version makes the perfect pud - dish it up hot with either cream, ice cream or custard (everyone likes something different!) and everyone will be happy! Quick and easy to make, the combination of sticky fruit and spicy crunch is delicious – and it can be made the day before too. If you're entertaining a big crowd, you can easily double the quantities to make a bigger crumble, or if you simply need enough for seconds (and thirds!)

    • 3
    (65 ratings)
  • Apple and Berry Crumble Cake

    Apple and berry crumble cake

    Our apple and berry crumble cake recipe is so easy. It's a luxuriously moist and fruity apple crumble cake that's delicious served hot or cold! This crumble cake brings two of our favourite sweet treats together; cake and crumble. This delicious cake is perfect for dessert served with fresh cream. This berry crumble cake is packed with fruit underneath the buttery crumble including apples, blackberries and blueberries. It will take around 1hr and 5 mins to make and bake this mouth-watering crumble cake but it's well worth the wait.

    • 3
    (109 ratings)
  • Roast Rhubarb and Apple Crumble

    Rhubarb and apple crumble

    Rhubarb and apple crumble is a classic recipe that's both sweet and tart at the same time which makes for a great pudding served with custard! Crumbles were first made during the war because of rationing, where people didn't have enough ingredients to make pastry, so they'd make crumble with stewed fruit instead. This rhubarb and apple version is a cheap and tasty way to use up leftover ingredients. It takes only 15 minutes of prep which means it's one of the simplest recipes you could choose and you'll have a delicious dessert that everyone will love and you can make any night of the week.

    • 3
    (22 ratings)
  • Apple and cinnamon crumble

    Apple and cinnamon crumble

    This delicious apple and cinnamon crumble recipe is simple and delicious. The combination of cinnamon and apple work wonders together. Sweet apples simmered in brandy and topped with a crunchy crumble. This pud is so easy to put together, it's the perfect dessert for a lazy autumn weekend. This recipe serves 4 people and will take around 55 mins to prepare and cook. It's the perfect posh apple crumble that your whole family can enjoy.

    • 4
    (3 ratings)
  • Gluten-free blueberry and apple crumble

    Gluten-free blueberry and apple crumble

    This classic blueberry and apple crumble has been given a gluten-free makeover. For the topping use gluten-free brown bread and gluten-free oats. This recipe serves 6 people and will take 40 mins in total to make. A portion of this fruity crumble works out at only 303 calories per serving. The combination of soft tangy blueberries and tangy apples work wonders together. The whole family are going to love tucking into this summer inspired fruit crumble.

    • 4
    (46 ratings)

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