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Easy Apple and Blueberry Crumble

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This recipe is the ‘shortcut’ way to make a fruit crumble pudding. The crumble topping is created by using a crunchy oat based cereal such as Kellog’s Crunchy Nut Clusters. And on that note this dessert is a great way to use the last bit of the cereal that always gets crushed to smithereens.

Apples and blueberries for crumble

Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 40 minutes
Makes: 5 servings

Oat based cereal
Brown sugar
Cinnamon Powder
Ground almond (optional)

Peel, core and slice 3 small apples. This can be done using the slice section of the grater.

grater with a slice function for apples
Most graters have a slice function, if not the apples can be thinly sliced using a knife and chopping board

Take a handful of blueberries and pierce each one with a knife. Sometimes the heat can cause the blueberries to burst and cause a mess, piercing them releases the pressure.

For the apple coating, mix 3tbsp of brown sugar with 1tsp cinnamon powder. An optional ingredient of 2tsp ground almond can also be added, this depends on personal preference.

brown sugar and cinammon powder

Evenly line the base of an oven proof dish with half of the coating. Arrange the sliced apples and blueberries and sprinkle on the rest of the coating.

Apple coating for apple crumble
The base of the dish

Apple coating for apple crumble
Arranged apples and blueberries

Evenly pour 4tbsp of milk over the apples.

For the crumble topping take a small bowl full of cereal and add it to a food processor. Blitz until all the ingredients have been ground.

Apples and blueberries for crumble
The cereal after it have been in the food processor

Using the food processor also blitz a slice of bread until you have fine breadcrumbs.

In a bowl mix the cereal and breadcrumbs together. Add 1/2 tsp of cinnamon powder, 3tbsp brown sugar and 4tbsp milk, mix well.

brown sugar and cinammon powder

Spread the crumble topping evenly over the sliced apples.

brown sugar and cinammon powder

Cover the dish with foil and cook in the oven for 20 minutes at 200 degrees. The temperature may need to be adjusted depending on your appliance.

After 20 minutes take the foil off and continue cooking this in the oven. This should take 20 more minutes for the apples to cook and the topping to go golden. It’s a good idea to check it regularly to ensure it is not burning. You can check if the apples are cooked by poking a fork through the crumble.

The crumble can be served with custard, cream or ice cream depending on your favourite. Enjoy!

Apple coating for apple crumble
Apple and blueberry crumble served with custard

If you would like to make the crumble topping even more extravagant; why not add sliced almonds, chopped nuts or even some honey.

Trying to be healthy by eating more fruit? Add a few more different berries; raspberries, blackberries and even strawberries.

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