Apple Crumble

I liked this when I ate it for the first time. I appreciated the taste then and now I like the fact that it is also easy to make at home.

Give it a try especially during the cold winter days. I make this often now as my little one thinks this is cake served with jam and kheer. All his favorite dishes clubbed in one.

It is very easy to make. This is often served along with cream, custard or vanilla icecream. Either ways it is good.  

3 Granny Smith Apples finely chopped
4-5 strawberries finely chopped
2 tbsp Raisins
3 tbsp sugar
1/2 tspn cinnamon powder
2 tbsp corn flour/ All purpose flour
for the crumble
1 cup All purpose flour
1/2 cup  sugar
1/2 cup cold butter
1) In the baking tray, mix the fruits, raisins , sugar and corn flour and mix well. Let it stand so the juices start oozing out. Preheat the oven at 180c for 5 min.
2) In another bowl, take the flour for crumble and butter (chopped in small pieces). Using your finger tips, rub the flour with the butter until the flour becomes bread crumbs like.
3) Now add sugar to the flour mixture.
4) Spread the crumble mixture on top of the fruits to cover the fruits, It does not need to be even.
5) Now bake this for about 15 min or until the crumble is cooked.
6) Serve hot with fresh cream or custard.


20 responses to “Apple Crumble



  3. This has been on my mind for a long time! 🙂 Sounds really simple. Thanks for linking 😀

    Kavi (Edible Entertainment)
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  4. Wow mouthwatering dessert love to have this with scoop of icecream yummm…

  5. sounds so easy shall have to attempt it sometime!!

  6. Wish to have with some scoops of vanilla icecream..delicious crumble.

  7. Delicious dessert! Thanks for sharing.

  8. Looks yummy !!

    Ongoing Event – CC-Chocolate Fest

  9. Quick and yummy one. Thanks for linking it to my event.

  10. Interesting. Simple and easy.

  11. Very nice,, easy too 🙂

  12. I love to prepare it often and sounds so yummy!!!

  13. sounds so easy to fix a quick dessert…looks yum

  14. thank you for linking with my event

  15. wow!!so yummy..
    Thanks for linking with Midweek Fiesta…Hope to see you on next week too…

  16. Love crumbles. looks nice.

  17. Winter appropriate dessert. I prefer my crumbles warm on a cold winter evening!

  18. this is a classic dessert that was one of the first desserts I started making many many years ago.

    However, when I make it, I use oats in the crumble topping which makes it a little healthier and gives the topping a nicer crunch, I think.

  19. That's a such an interesting one to make..:)

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