This delicious dessert is sort of a cross between bread pudding and apple crumble. It's easy with a ready made pie base.
I like to use sweet apples when making this instead of cooking apples, because that way I don't have to add as much sugar.
This apple crumble is simple yet healthy and delicious. The delicious topping uses almond meal and complements the apples so beautifully you hardly notice it's gluten-free! Granny Smith apples work best, but any will do.
I have given so many people this recipe - substitute any fruits for the apple and if you don't have time to pre-cook it - just slice it finely and then add a little more sugar if it is a "tart" fruit (rhubarb, granny smith apples, some types of stonefruit, etc). Quick, easy, and foolproof! Great to bake in the oven whilst the main course is cooking.
This apple crumble recipe really lets the apples shine. The topping is crunchy and light, thanks to the baking powder and bicarb. Extra advantage - it's all cooked together in one dish.
I love apple crumble. Even more than apple pie. After many years of trial and error and amalgamating other recipes I think I've finally perfected it! Or to the delight of my taste buds anyway.
Simple delicious pudding for these cold winter nights. It's like an apple pie but rolled and baked.