11 Reviews

This recipe was so good and super easy!!

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AwesomeAnna September 26, 2010

I've been looking for a crumble recipe that resembles the taste and texture of my childhood. The search is over! I only used half the sugar, and tossed the apples in two tablespoons of sugar instead, and served with custard. PURE HEAVEN! thx.

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lurve2bake August 31, 2008

That dish had very strong flavour, sour-sweet, huhh! But it tasted good, great for a sweet-tooth! I served it with whipped cream. Thank you for posting it!

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hedi777 August 22, 2007

My recipe is very similar to yours and it's everyone's favourite here (at home and on campus!). In my version, I use a 12" x 8" dish, add cinnamon with just 1 tbsp of sugar to the sliced apples (6-7 apples) and sprinkle some grated nutmeg alongwith cinnamon on top of the crumble mixture. I serve it hot - DH loves it with custard but I like mine with vanilla ice cream (I am not a big fan of custard). I sometimes make it with peaches and pears. Just wanted to let you know it's a big hit here as well!

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Aaliyah's&Aaron'sMum June 08, 2007

Well I know you don't need more compliments, but I gotta write this! THANK YOU for a recipe that is so easy to make gluten-free and that tastes so good. I made it tonight when my daughter had a friend over for the night, and they both gobbled it up even though it's only my kids that can't have gluten. I think between my mum, son, daughter, her friend and myself, it's all gone (shameful but true!) Can't wait until the next farmer's market to get some more apples!

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Cas November 10, 2006

To tell u the truth i have never baked my entire life. So, trying out your recipe was my way to impress my hubby n it worked wonderfully! hehe.. So far, i have made 3 big batches for friends get-together and they simply love it too. I use tinned apples and ommit the cinnamon. Plus i serve it with Rasberry ice-cream which gives it a delightful berry taste. Thanx so much again. Your recipe is so simple and delicious and it suits perfectly well with my busy schedule of working, and studying (and of course doing wifey chores). Im so excited to tackle other recipes... :)

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meow1304 September 26, 2006

This is a great English crumble recipe. It turned out very well. I used blackberries, apples and blue huckleberries (from our four-wheeling trip up a mountain!). It was the best vivid purple colour, and the crumble was buttery & rich. A brilliant recipe to use with the glut of summer fruits.

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Sarah Sunshine August 26, 2006

I used rhubarb and apple and omitted the cinnamon from the fruit. I loved it. It was perfectly crumbly with a good crunch.

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Chef @Oz July 28, 2006

Thank you for sharing this recipe! I have been looking for a crumble recipe that does not use oatmeal and is delicious, easy to prepare and has few ingredients. This is definitely the one for me! I baked mine in a 2 quart round casserole. I used 8 apples and kept the rest of the ingredients the same. There was a bit too much crumb topping for my husband that way, but for me it was perfect. Again, thank you for sharing!

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PetesNina June 13, 2006

This is the recipe that both my mother and grandmother used and it's a classic. I made it tonight with apples and nectarines and it was delicious. Wonderful stuff.

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Kate in Katoomba February 26, 2006
Apple Crumble