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Early Fall Fruit Crumble

Early Fall Fruit Crumble is an easy, delicious Fall favorite, loaded with Apples and Pears and perfect for a week night dessert

Early Fall Fruit Crumble is an easy, delicious Fall favorite, loaded with Apples and Pears and perfect for a week night dessert

Although my daughter does not like warm fruit, the rest of us love this early Fall Fruit Crumble, or just about any crumble with fruit.

Because she is not a fan of desserts with warm fruit, I usually make this during the week as she is only home over weekends.

Fortunately, this Fruit Crumble does not take a lot of time to prepare, and is therefore perfect to serve during the week.

Only the chopping up of the fruit takes a little time, and by using large fruits, apples and pears, even the chopping goes quicker.

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We enjoy this dessert with ice-cream or whipped cream and I also served it with a thinnish custard once. However my family (as do I !) much more prefer whipped cream, or ice-cream. The choice is yours.

Early Fall Fruit Crumble is an easy, delicious Fall favorite, loaded with Apples and Pears and perfect for a week night dessert

The Almonds together with the Cinnamon not only makes your kitchen smells amazing, but the taste is pure heaven and works so good with the Apples and Pears.

**Soak the Dried Prunes in Water for 5 – 10 minutes (not crucial though!)

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Early Fall Fruit Crumble

Yield: 8 Servings

Early Fall Fruit Crumble

Early Fall Fruit Crumble

Early Fall Fruit Crumble is an easy, delicious Fall favorite, loaded with Apples and Pears and perfect for a week night dessert

Prep Time 15 minutes
Bake Time 40 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 1/4 cup Flour
  • 3/4 cup Butter
  • 1/4 cup Brown Sugar
  • 1/2 cup Oatmeal (Instant or Quick Cooking)
  • 1/4 cup Almonds, flaked
  • 900 gr Mixed Fruit, cored and cubed (I have Apples, Pears and **Dried Prunes) (2 pounds)
  • 1 TB Ground Cinnamon
  • 3 TB Caster Sugar

Instructions

1.) Pre-heat the oven to 180 deg C (350 deg F) – spray a large, deep 20 x 30 cm oven dish (9 x 12 inch) with cooking oil

2.) Place the Flour and Butter in a food processor – pulse until mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs – transfer to a mixing bowl

3.) Add the Brown Sugar, Oatmeal and Almonds to the Flour mixture and stir through – set aside

4.) Place the Mixed Fruit, Cinnamon and Caster Sugar in a large mixing bowl – stir to combine – transfer to the prepared oven dish

5.) Top with the crumbly Flour/Oatmeal mixture – bake 40 – 45 minutes or until fruit is cooked through and the crumble is golden

Nutrition Information

Yield

8

Amount Per Serving Calories 374Total Fat 19.5gSaturated Fat 11.2gUnsaturated Fat 6.9gCholesterol 46.5mgSodium 124.9mgCarbohydrates 51.1gFiber 5.4gSugar 24.9gProtein 3.9g

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Serve warm with whipped cream, ice-cream or custard.

LINDA

An easy Early Fall Fruit Crumble, boasting with Apples and Pears - this smells amazing when in the oven !
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Jamie Sherman

Wednesday 30th of September 2015

I bet this does smell amazing while it bakes! I'll have mine with a scoop of ice cream, please!! :)

Evelyn Osborn

Tuesday 29th of September 2015

Love the idea of mixed fruit! This totally does sound like a great Fall dish!

Sarah Rose

Friday 25th of September 2015

Love the crumble - nothing says "autumn" quite like it - and as you say the way it makes your house smell is just too good!

Catherine

Thursday 24th of September 2015

Dear Linda, your fruit crumble looks beautiful. It is perhaps one of my favorite desserts...I love warm fruit. The idea of serving it alongside custard is wonderful. xo, Catherine

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