Apple Pear Crumble
A warming autumn recipe that can't go wrong. The perfect breakfast after a long and cold morning walk, a lazy Sunday snack on the couch or a festive dessert.
It has become a tradition to harvest apples and pears together with my parents each year. I always try to properly store them so we can enjoy them all winter, but this doesn't always work out. Resulting in all of a sudden having to come up with 101 recipes to process them before they start to rot.
This crumble is a keeper.
a hand full of dates in small pieces
2 tbs of maple syrup
100 g oat flakes
100 g almond flour
75 g vegan butter
1/2 ts cinnamon
1/2 ts grinded cardamom
3 tbl spoons coconut oil
coconut yoghurt or (vegan) ice cream
some grated white almonds
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
Peel the apples and pears and cut into pieces. Mix them with the dates, half of the maple syrup and half of the spices. Mix the oat flakes and almond flour with the other half of the spices and add the vegan butter and the rest of the maple syrup. Mix until it becomes crumbly dough.
Grease a baking dish with the coconut oil and add the fruit mix. Sprinkle the dough on top and put in the oven for about 25 minutes.
Serve the crumble with some coconut yoghurt or (vegan) ice cream and a few graded white almonds.