Ye Old Apple Crumble


“Ye Old” Apple Crumble

A crumble is a dish of British origin that can be made in a sweet or savoury version, although the sweet version is much more common. A sweet variety usually contains stewed fruit topped with a crumbly mixture of fat, flour, and sugar.

Servings: 4-6


Apple Filling:

You can use Fresh or Tinned Apples
600 gm Apples/Tinned
Sprinkle Of Nutmeg
10 gm Caster Sugar

Crumble Mix:

325 gm Plain Flour
50 gm Caster Sugar
175 gm Butter (cubed & Room Temp)
50 gm Porridge Oats


1. Make Crumble by combining room temp marg/butter and the plain flour add the sugar then rub together with clean hands till a golden crumb like texture, add your oats and combine well.
(if your crumble mix is a little lumpy add a little extra flour to break it up)
2. Chop the apples (diced) mix the apples and caster sugar together add a sprinkle of cinnamon and combine till all mixed together.
3. Spread the apples evenly on your oven proof dish, then gently spread your crumble mix over the top ensuring no lumps.
4. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 170c (gas mark 5) for 35 minutes.
5. Remove from oven when cooked (crumble should be a crispy golden brown), rest for 5 mins, portion up and serve.

Chef Tip:

Serve whilst hot for best results.
Apple crumble should be served, with cream or Custard

My kids enjoy with ice cream


To make a great crumble here’s a couple of tips:
Clean hands – is a must
Butter should be cubed and at room temperature
* Be patient

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