Deconstructed maple apple crumble

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Kate Doran serves up a deconstructed maple apple crumble recipe, with the filling and topping served separately to retain the crispiness of the crumble.

First published in 2017

A soft, sweet apple dessert with the kick of ginger and an oaty almond crunch. Sweetened only with maple syrup, this recipe is free from refined sugar and can be enjoyed equally as an indulgent breakfast with a dollop of Greek yoghurt or a delicious dessert with ice cream or custard. Why not try doubling the quantity of crumble for a quick and easy granola that’s great for snacking?





Crumble topping

To serve


To begin, make the topping. Toss together all the crumble ingredients and place in the Actifry. Cook for 8–10 minutes, until crisp and golden
Toss the apples with the maple syrup, ginger and cinnamon and place in the Actifry. Add the butter and cook for 12–15 minutes, or until soft but still with some texture. Divide the apples between 4 bowls or glasses
To serve, scatter the crumble topping over the prepared apples and serve with a dollop of ice cream, crème fraîche or lashings of custard

Kate Doran is the blogger behind 'The Little Loaf', specialising in nostalgic baking recipes.

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