When I think of winter desserts I automatically think of a nice warming apple crumble or custard – or both of them together!! I wanted to create a hearty warming recipe using the Kellogg’s All Bran Apricot and Almond High Fibre Muesli we received at the July Bloggers Club event. Then BOOM a reinvented apple crumble recipe was born!
I have made a healthier version of the traditional apple crumble before using almond flour as the base which was awesome but sometimes you just want a bit of crunch on the top of your apple crumble. Enter the alternative topping for the apple crumble – muesli!!
The thing about apple crumble is that they are very easy to make and don’t take a lot of preparation time which means you have more time to sit back and relax and enjoy a touch of ME time.
This reinvented apple crumble recipe using Kelloggs All-Bran High Fibre Muesli packs the perfect winter dessert punch as it is full of good things including the humble apple and the added benefit of additional fibre from the muesli to help keep you regular.
This reinvented apple crumble recipe can be altered to suit your nutritional and dietary requirements, you can substitute the butter for coconut oil if you are dairy free. You can also use your own home made muesli or no grain-ola if you are paleo or grain free.
- 2 Apples
- ½ Cup Kellogg's All Bran Apricot and Almond High Fibre Muesli (or home made muesli)
- 1 Teaspoon Coconut Sugar (can substitute for normal sugar)
- 1 Teaspoon LSA (optional)
- 1 Tablespoon Butter (you can substitute for coconut oil)
- Peal and slice the apples.
- Place the apples in the dish you will serve the crumble in and put about ¼ of the dish fill of water. (Make sure you leave some room for the crumble at the top).
- Pop the apples into the oven at 180 degrees celcius for 15 minutes while you get the topping together.
- Put the Muesli, Coconut Sugar, LSA and butter (soften the butter) into a bowl and use your hands to combine the butter through the ingredients.
- Put the topping over the apples and put back in the oven for another 15 minutes.
- Once cooked through serve either by itself or with some home made custard.
What desserts do you associate with the cold weather??