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Crumble is an easy and healthy dessert all year long. Experiment with seasonal fruits and nuts and to make yours one-of-a-kind!
Quick and easy, crumble is the perfect dessert to make with your family
Crumble is one of the best desserts. Easily tailor-made to celebrate the season’s bounty – rhubarb and berries in the spring, peaches, plums, nectarines and cherries in the summer, a variety of apples in the fall, and whatever the freezer holds in the winter – it’s easy to make and more than satisfying to eat.
Crumble is perfect for brunch or dessert and can be whipped together within an hour. Get kids in the kitchen and make those little fingers rub the topping together. They’ll quickly learn how delicious and fun cooking can be.
Encourage your creativity to shine and boost the nutritional content of your next crumble by pumping up the topping with seeds and nuts or jazzing up the filling with a combination of fruit and additional flavours.
Preheat the oven to 350º.
* Rhubarb compote works well for a more mellow flavour. Grated apple added to any crumble adds pectin, which naturally thickens up juicier fruit. In the fall, keep apples in chunks, though.
Warm and scrumptious, crumble is a dessert loved by adults and kids alike (Image: Jenn Chic)
In the recipe pictured, the combination was rolled oats, millet, quinoa flakes and pumpkin seeds for the topping and rhubarb compote, grated apple, blueberries, strawberries, grated ginger and lemon zest for the filling.