Apple Crumble

What to do with those apples in your fruit bowl? There aren’t enough for an apple pie, but you could always make an apple crumble instead. It’s quick and easy to do, and great to serve as a desert. In this blog we share a recipe. 

Preheat the oven to 200°C/392°F. Peel 2 large apples and slice them in small parts. Place them in a greased oven dish and add some cinnamon. If you like it a little bit sweeter, add a spoon of (brown) sugar. For the crumble, put 75g (1/3 cup) sugar, 100g (7 tablespoons) butter and 140g (1/2 cup) flour in a bowl, and knead by hand until it’s a crumbly dough. Spread the crumble evenly over the apples and place the dish in the oven for half an hour. Your apple crumble is ready when the crumbs are golden brown.

(You can also serve it with either a scoop of ice cream, some fresh or whipped cream, slices of apple or pear, or some berries.)

You can find the recipe in issue 15 as well, which is available in our shop.

Illustratie Deborah van der Schaaf