Hey guys and welcome back! As promised, I’m here today to share with you an apple crumble recipe. Let me tell you, it is truly heavenly as the title says!
Here’s a little sneak peak of the final product, right before I ate it all in my autumn bliss. I’m going to harvest on Sunday so I’ll hopefully be getting more apple pie, I’ll share with you if I get any photos. This time of year is all about being thankful, we’re so privileged to be able to live lives like these, but we need to remember to pray for others who don’t have the same privileges. Our church always decorates beautifully it would make for a cute blog post as well as being able to talk about thankfulness.
Before I get into the actual recipe, I got some good photos so I thought I’d share them.
We have a little apple tree in our back garden and this year the apple produce was huge, why not make use of all the apples right?
The tree blew down in the storm the Uk had; some of our poor apples ended up scattered across the garden but we had enough left untouched to use.
It was a crisp, breezy but sunny day outside so the lighting was really good! But anyway, that’s enough rambling from me, I’m sure you’re just here to read the actual recipe!
You will need:
1kg of apples
A pinch of sugar
1tbsp of water
100g plain flour
50g rolled oats
100g Demerara sugar
A pie dish
A food processor or electric mixer
1. Preheat the oven to 200°c.
2. Peel all of the apples (this took me forever, I’m an amateur hehe)
3. Remove the apple core and then slice the rest of the apple into 8 pieces.
4. Put the apples into a pan and put in the tbsp of water and a pinch of sugar to your taste, and cook over a medium heat for approx. 5 minutes or until the apples start to soften.
5. Transfer the mixture into the pie dish/shallow ovenproof dish.
6. Blend the butter and flour together for a short time until the mixture looks like breadcrumbs.
7. Add in the rolled oats and Demerara sugar and mix thoroughly.
8. Sprinkle the mixture over the apples in the pie dish and bake in the oven for about 30 minutes, until it starts to go golden brown.
There’s the final product everyone! It tasted so good and apple pie or crumble is an autumn staple. I hope you enjoyed reading this, I went on a bit of a ramble at the start but I wanted to show those photos I took hehe.
That’s all for today! Remember to follow me on Instagram and Pinterest to know when I post and see extra photos! Catch up with you on Saturday.
Love CoffeeeAndCream x