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TEAM ZOELLA NOVEMBER 11, 2019

Recipe: Spiced Three Fruit Crumble

This crumble recipe is a real treat for the taste buds! Fresh blackberries and sweet apple chunks, topped with toasted oats, warm spices and a dollop of cream or hot homemade custard, whatever takes your fancy.

It’s the stuff of British dessert dreams and this easy peasy recipe can be whipped together by the least likely of Nigellas among us.

It’s fruity, it’s biscuity, it’s comforting.

It’s fruity, it’s biscuity, it’s comforting and there’s always plenty of leftovers to enjoy warmed up the next day in front of a cosy film.

Gather your ingredients, roll up your sleeves and grab a spoon – Autumn puddings don’t get much better than this crumbly fella.

SERVES 8+
PREP: 40 MINS COOK: 30 MINS
EASY
  1. Tip 120g plain flour and 60g caster sugar into a large bowl. Add 60g unsalted butter, and the oats,  then rub into the flour using your fingertips to make a light breadcrumb texture. Do not overwork it or the crumble will become heavy.
  2. Sprinkle the mixture evenly over a baking sheet and bake for 15 mins or until lightly coloured.
  3. Meanwhile, for the compote, peel, core and cut 300g Braeburn apples into 2cm dice. Put 30g unsalted butter and 30g demerara sugar in a medium saucepan and melt together over a medium heat. Cook for 3 mins until the mixture turns to a light caramel.
  4. Stir in the apples and cook for 3 mins. Add 115g blackberries and ¼ tsp ground cinnamon and cook for 3 mins more. Cover, remove from the heat, then leave for 2-3 mins to continue cooking in the warmth of the pan. To serve, spoon the warm fruit into an ovenproof gratin dish, top with the crumble mix, then reheat in the oven at 180° for 5-10 mins. Serve with cream.

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Lom

Any alternatives for the blackberries?

Abi
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Abi

Raspberries would work well!

Lom
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Lom

Thanks!

S.Mirli
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S.Mirli

OMG, this looks soooo yummi, I have to try this recipe soon. Crumbles are normally not that thing in my home-country, but since I was in UK for my first time, I love it. Have a wonderful new autumn week and I love the new style of the site, great work. Love from Austria, x S.Mirli
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Abi
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Abi

Love this recipe Zoe! Sounds lovely for this time of year.

Brianna
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Brianna

OMG YUMMMM!! I really want to make this
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Zoey
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Zoey

Looks delicious! I’m going to try and make it this week.

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Lisa Autumn
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Lisa Autumn

Ohhhh so yum!

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Eloise Ward
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Eloise Ward

Oh my days this looks incredible!! I know what i’m going to make for our family gathering now, thank you 🙂

Aaishah
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Aaishah

This looks so lovely and warming! Making my mouth water!

cate @ 35mminstyle.com
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cate @ 35mminstyle.com

it looks so yummy indeed!!

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Valerie
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Valerie

This looks SO delicious! It’s the comfort food I need for this time of year x

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Kate Mitchell
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Kate Mitchell

Oh my that crumble looks insane, and really cosy, perfect for this time of year x
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Sabrina
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Sabrina

Ohhhh this looks perfect for a cosy Autumn dinner dessert! Love it.

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