This is slightly different to the usual apple crumble topping but is easy to make and utterly delicious. Watch this recipe being made in the Allrecipes Apple Crumble Video.
The apple filling is cooked with sugar and cinnamon. It 's then poured into a large baking dish and covered with a sweet, buttery oat topping. Twenty minutes in the oven and it 's ready to serve with ice cream or custard.
This is as its name suggests a fast apple and rhubarb pie recipe. It is simple but so delicious! Serve warm with cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
This is an apple pie but some of the base is crumbled on top a little bit like an apple crumble. Either way this is a great apple dessert.
A easy hot fruit dessert; you can use almost any kind of fruit, this has blackberries cos we came across a stash of unsprayed blackberries!
A simple twist on a lemon meringue pie - just made with cooked apples. Let the egg whites get to room temperature in a bowl before whisking to make better meringue.
With its emphasis on whole grains (oats, barley and wholemeal flour), fruit (apples and berries) and nuts (almonds), this could be the ideal health dessert. Top off the crumble with a dollop of low-fat vanilla yoghurt or reduced-fat custard.
One of the most popular snack fruits, apples supply vitamin C as well as some potassium. Eat the peel to get the full measure of fibre. Pears are also a good source of fibre.
The lattice pattern is a classic decoration for shortcrust pies. It works well not only on fruit such as apples, cherries or plums, but also on a poppyseed mixture or jam.
This delectable tart is turned out upside-down to serve and resembles the French tarte tatin. The shortcrust pastry is made with reduced-fat soft cheese and butter and there is a lot of juicy fruit filling.
A covering of wafer-thin strudel pastry ensures that fruit such as apples, sour cherries and apricots retain their juice and flavour when cooked.
An NZ classic sweet tart with a simple lemon and apple filling.
This hot apple sponge is a star for an easy dessert and it's perfect served with custard, cream or vanilla ice cream. It's so easy, and you can substitute for the fruit of your choice.
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.
A simple way to make a special breakfast. You can put it together the night before and bake it while you're in the shower. It's like a breakfast bread pudding and you can also add extra raisins or sultanas if you wish.
This recipe was made by my grandmother in the 30's. She was bought up in Jarradale, a timber town near Perth
This is my favourite apple tart; buttery, rich and lemony- like a cross between crispy apple pie and Tarte Citron It is very simple and cheap to make and the great thing is, you can adjust the ingredients to suit your taste. It was named the 1x6 pie (1 apple, 1 lemon, 1 egg, 1 knob butter, 1 tablespoon of sugar, 1 pastry sheet) but I like more filling. The proportions of apples to eggs and butter should be preserved, otherwise the filling won't set. Buy the best butter puff pastry you can afford.
This delightful, warming dessert is quick to make and a pleasure to eat. Apples and pears spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamom make this a perfect autumn or winter dessert.
The easiest way to describe this cake is that it's similar to a butter cake with apple crumble on top. Admittedly it isn't my own recipe but I thought I should share it given the success it has been for me. My friends and family love it and I already have several orders for Christmas (as in: please make me one instead of buying me a present!) it was even such a hit with my partner that he refused to share the one I recently made.
This is a simple dessert. Spiced, stewed apples are placed on filo pastry then folded into neat little triangles. A great dessert served with a little bit of your favourite ice cream.