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Apple and Blueberry Vegan Crumble

I have found the most amazing combination for a vegan crumble, which can also be vegetarian if you don't mind using butter. Honestly, I've tried so many apple crumble recipes, but the different cooking method for this one has made everything feel lighter and more delicious if that's even possible.

So let's get started with this super easy recipe. It requires a bit of time for cooking, but you can do other things in the meantime if you are multi-tasker like me ;)


Ingredients

500g apples

half a lemon juice (I used lime because it's all I had in the fridge)

250g blueberries

3 spoons of cane sugar


For the crumble:

50g wholewheat flour

50g coconut oil / butter 30g cane sugar

1 tsp ground cinnamon

75g oats


Preparation & Cooking

  1. Peel the apples and slice them (about 1cm thick)

  2. Place them in a rectangular baking tin (25x18cm approx.) and pour lemon juice on top. There's no need to grease the tin, it won't stick.

  3. Cook the apples in the oven for 18 minutes (160 degrees fan or 180 degrees static)

  4. In the meantime, mix the flour with the cold coconut oil (do not let it melt), sugar and cinnamon.

  5. Add in oat flakes and use a fork or fingertips to create the crumbs.

  6. In a separate bowl, place washed blueberries with 3 spoons of sugar.

  7. Once the apples are cooked, add the blueberries and stir with the apples.

  8. Cover the fruit with the crumble and bake for 45 minutes at the same temperature as above, until crumble is golden.

  9. Once cooked, let the crumble cool off a bit and serve warm with some ice cream (vegan options available) or with a dollop of coconut or oat yogurt.

I would like to give some storing options, but ours was gone straight away - SO delicious! Enjoy!

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