A healthier crumble

I played about with a healthier crumble, using what I already had in my cupboards. This is not a sweet crumble, as it is just the fruit giving the sweetness, hence it being healthier, so if you are a sweet tooth it may seem strange. But you could add a teaspoon of granulated sugar, if you wanted. Next time, I will leave out the salt, with me always preferring to avoid. I can’t see it making any difference to taste.

1 and a half cups of wholemeal flour
half a cup of butter or margarine
1 cup of rolled oats
quarter of a teaspoon of salt

Method:

  1. Mix flour and butter together with your fingers until its breadcrumbs.
  2. Add the oats and salt and stir.
  3. Then spoon over your choice of fruit and bake in the oven 180C, for 25 to 30 minutes.

I did apple and blueberry crumble and had mine with cream, after this photo was taken. It was yummy. 🙂

apple and blueberry crumble

 

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6 thoughts on “A healthier crumble

    1. Oh it was. Crumble healthy, but not when the cream is added. But it goes well together. I plan to make another again soon. 😀

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