My Crumble recipe

This recipe is my own. No milk used, I don't use sugar but you can (I give you options anyway) and is big enough to feed tea to a family! Hope you enjoy! You can replace the rhubarb with any other fruit, I like peaches.



Also for a gluten free version I would replace the flour with half corn half rice. Or coconut, but that is super pricey, isn't?



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Here we go!


Apple and rhubarb crumble cake


Ingredients


Base

1 glass orange juice

1 teaspoon vinegar

¼ cup coconut or regular oil

¼ cup brown sugar or ½ cup apple sauce

1 cup spelt flour

1 tablespoon baking powder


Filling

4 apples

1 bunch of rhubarb or other fruit you like

½ cup dates to sweet or use sugar of you want

Cinnamon

Powder ginger

Nutmeg


Top

2 bananas

2 tablespoons of jam

1 cup oatmeal

½ cup coconut

¼ cup walnuts, almonds, or seed


Instructions

-Heat up the oven at 170C

-Finely chop the apple and rhubarb. Place into a saucepan and cook with the dates or sugar and ½ cup of water. Add 1 tablespoon of cinnamon, 1 teaspoon on nutmeg and 2 teaspoons on ginger. Cook until the fruit has softened.

-In a bow to make the base place the orange juice, vinegar, oil and sugar and mix well. Add the flour and the baking powder. Grease a square ovenproof glass dish and spread the mixture.

-Once the fruit is cooked, add to the top of the base.

-For the topping: mash the two bananas in a bowl. Add the jam and mix well. Then add the oatmeal, coconut and seeds. I like to mix it all with my hands and put it on the fruit evenly.

-Place it in the oven and bake for about 30 minutes or until the base is cooked and the top is crispy.


Enjoy!






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