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Apple Crumble

Apple Crumble

This is that one dessert that continues to be every family members’ favourite all year round – whether it’s served with ice cream, or custard!

Apple Crumble
Difficulty:Medium

Ingredients

Servings:4

For the Bottom Layer

  • 3cooking apples
  • 1 tbspbutter (melted)
  • 0.5 tspcinnamon
  • 1 tbspcoconut sugar
  • 1 tbspsmooth peanut butter

For the Top Layer

  • 100 goats (Pulsed a few times in a blender)
  • 1 tbspcoconut flour
  • 1 tbspground almonds
  • 0.5 tspcinnamon
  • 0.5 tspcoconut sugar
  • 2 tbspbutter

Steps

STEP 1

For the Bottom Layer:

Cut 2 of the apples so you have about 8 slices from each apple, then cut those pieces into bit-sized chunks.

Add to a microwave/ oven safe dish and mix I the cinnamon, sugar and butter.

Put in the microwave on high for 5 minutes, stirring halfway through.

STEP 2

Whilst that’s cooking, cut the last apple the way you did for the other 2.

When the apples in the microwave have finished, stir in the peanut butter and last raw apple chunks.

STEP 3

For the Top Layer:

Mix the ingredients in a bowl using your fingers until it looks like a crumbly breadcrumb mixture. Lightly spread this over the top of your peanut butter apple layer. Put the dish on the wire rack on the enamel tray and cook on combination confection 180 °C +, then simmer for 10 minutes/until golden.

STEP 4

Remove from the combination microwave and leave to cool for 5 minutes.

STEP 5

Enjoy with either your favourite vanilla ice cream, cream, or custard!

Enjoy

Apple Crumble

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