Hello and welcome to the next part of our Use Your Apples series; throughout this series we will be showcasing some of the best (and most unusual) apple recipes we’ve come across, in a bid to encourage the nation to use up their apples this autumn. In addition, we will be posting glimpses of our own attempts, so please, get involved and send us some of your own fab ideas also.
This Week: Kirsten’s Extra Thick and Extra Crunchy Oatie Bramley Crumble
Hi, its Kirsten here, Tree2mydoor’s Customer Service Manager, this week it’s my turn to have a go with the recipes. Whilst visiting some friends in Cheltenham last weekend they very kindly let me pinch a few apples from their Bramley Apple tree to make my crumble with. I have enlisted the help of my twin nephews Remi and Ethan for making this video also! I hope you enjoy my video and even more – enjoy making my extra thick and crunchy Bramley Crumble. x
400g plain flour
265g brown sugar
3 large Bramley apples
200ml apple juice
2 tablespoons brown sugar
Preheat the over to gas mark 4 (180C/350F)
Peel and core apples, cut into pieces and place in a saucepan
Pour apple juice, water and a tablespoon of the sugar over the apples and heat for about 5 minutes or until the apples
Place softened apples into an overproof dishes and spinkle over the remaining tablespoon of sugar.
Place flour, and sugar into a bowl and add the butter gradually until rubbed in to make crumbs. Add the oats making
sure they are well mixed.
Spoon the crumble mixture over the fruit and sprinkle with brown sugar.
Bake in the oven for 40 minutes until the crumble is nice and brown.
Serve with custard yum yum!