Wednesday, 4 December 2013

☁ Fruit Crumble ☁

Fall is here... along comes the shorter days and chillier nights! It is a common sight to spot the vents from heaters smoking out, while they warms up everyone's homes. People should have pulled out their winter clothing from storage by now!

sun setting @ 4 pm!

Baking is good all year through but is the best in these frosty months. It warms up your kitchen and fills up your home with nice fresh aroma of baking as well :) There is something very comforting about baking a crumble though. 

fruit crumble

Well! this gorgeous bake is all crisp n crunchy on top, with all the fruity goodness underneath. Give it a try, you sure will love it :D

☁ Fruit Crumble ☁
Recipe adapted from Abel&Cole

Tumble Crumble

1 cup Plain Flour, plus 1 Tbsp for fruit filling
1 cup Rolled Oats
A pinch of Salt
1 Cup Caster Sugar, plus 2 Tbsp for fruit filling
1 cup Butter, cold and cut into small cubes
6 cup Fruits, cut into cubes (I used plums, apples & pears)
A pinch Ground Cinnamon

  • Preheat oven to 200°C/ 180°C fan /Gas 6. Prepare and butter a baking dish.
  • Tip plain flour, oats, sugar and salt into a mixing bowl and mix well. 
  • Rub in the cold butter into the mixture until it resembles fine breadcrumbs or forms larger clumps. 
  • Tip the cut fruits, sugar, ground cinnamon into the prepared  baking dish, and mix well. Dust a Tbsp of plain flour over fruits and mix again. 
  • Pile the topping mixture on fruits evenly. 
  • Pop in the oven for 30 - 35 mins, or till the top crust is golden.
  • Serve warm! Enjoy!
Notes: I had halved the quantity of ingredients while baking. The original recipe called for a splash of brandy as optional
You can serve a portion of crumble with a dollop of cream or ice-cream. On its own itself, it is heavenly!!!

                                                                                 ♥ Thank You ♥

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