Apple and raspberry crumble

Basically, this is exactly what it says, a delicious fruit crumble. No story behind it, just a crazing for hot fruitiness.

But simple is in no way a bad thing, and this crumble really did have super tastes.

I didn’t follow a recipe, so this is more of a rambling than a proper recipe post.

The fruit part is 3 medium sized cooking apples and half a pack of frozen raspberries, maybe 125g, in a medium sized baking dish.

Sprinkled on top of this is 50g caster sugar, and a bit of lemon juice to keep the apples from browning.

The topping is 50g butter, 100g plain flour, 50g demerara sugar and 50g porridge oats. Rub the butter and flour together until it turns into a breadcrumb consistency, then stir in the sugar and oats.

Scatter the topping all over the fruit, then bake at 200 degrees for about an hour (I covered it over with foil part way through to stop it getting too brown on top). You know it’s ready when the bright pink juices are bubbling out around the edges – and it smells amazing!

Serve with custard, cream or ice cream, any would go well!


One thought on “Apple and raspberry crumble

  1. I have a serious crumble craving now – I was just reading someone else’s blog who had done an apple and raspberry crumble and had added a layer of white chocolate chips. I want crumble!

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