I don’t know about you, but it seems like we have people over every weekend. Either that or we go over to friends. Don’t get me wrong, I love it, but sometimes I am just way too lazy to whip up something elaborate. It was one of those couch potato days that I found this apple crumble recipe.
I have to admit, I kind of wing it each time I make it but it is always a success! It’s also not crazy expensive to make and you probably have all of the ingredients in your kitchen at this very moment, yay!
Ingredients: 1 x bag granny smith apples – cored and chopped up (I don’t remove the skin but you absolutely can), cinnamon, sugar, flour, butter (straight out of the fridge – no need for it to be soft – this is what makes the crumbles)
Method: Coat the chopped up apple with cinnamon and sugar and then place this in a greased pie dish. Rub together the flour, sugar and butter together with your fingers to make crumbles. I usually start with a cup of flour, half a cup of sugar and then about 100g of butter. I add more of what I need as I need it until I have enough to cover the top of the apples. Pour the crumble over the top of the apples and bake in an oven on 180 for 40-60min. The crust will go a lovely golden brown colour.
How easy is that?! If I haven’t forgotten to buy, I like to serve it with some whipped cream or ice cream.