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Rustic Raspberry Crumble: Sunday Afternoon Treat

Rustic Raspberry Crumble: Sunday Afternoon Treat. Nearly the weekend, whoop whoo. Do you have any fun plans?

Are you looking for a nice treat for the weekend? Love raspberries? Love crumble? How about making this Rustic Raspberry Crumble?

Raspberries and apples with a nice and tasty oatmeal crumble on top. What’s not to love!?

Rustic Raspberry Crumble: Sunday Afternoon Treat

How to make a Rustic Raspberry Crumble:

Serves 4

Time 40–50 minutes
Per portion: 593 Kcal
26g fat (15g saturated)

You Will Need:

Medium oatmeal 110g (4oz)

Frozen raspberries 350g pack

Cooking apples 450g (1lb), peeled, cored and sliced

Soft light brown sugar 25g (1oz)

Butter 110g (4oz)

Plain flour 110g (4oz)

Demerara sugar 110g (4oz)

Vanilla ice cream, custard or cream to serve

Rustic Raspberry Crumble: Sunday Afternoon Treat
Rustic Raspberry Crumble: Sunday Afternoon Treat
Rustic Raspberry Crumble: Sunday Afternoon Treat

Method:

1.) Preheat the oven to 200°C/180°fan/Gas 6. Toast the oatmeal for 3-4 minutes in a dry non-stick pan until lightly browned. Cool.

2.) Gently stir together the raspberries, apples and brown sugar in a 1.25 litre (2 pint) ovenproof dish.

3.) In a bowl, rub together the butter, flour and oatmeal until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Stir in most of the demerara sugar. Spoon the crumble mixture over the fruit and press down lightly.

4.) Sprinkle with the remaining demerara sugar and bake for30–40 minutes until golden brown. Serve hot, with ice cream, custard or cream.

This recipe is taken from Dairy Diary Favourites cookbook, which celebrates 35 years of much-loved Dairy Diary recipes. See Dairy Diary for more information. No payment was received.

What do you think? Fancy trying this Rustic Raspberry Crumble over the weekend?

Not a fan of raspberries? Or wanting something a little different? How about making these Pear & Cinnamon Crumbles? Whoo so tasty!

Why not try now or Pin on your Pinterest boards for a later date. Love to hear your thoughts, you can share them below in the comment box.

Do not forget you can share your recipe with us too, every Monday at Creative Mondays blog hop.

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26 responses to “Rustic Raspberry Crumble: Sunday Afternoon Treat”

  1. Tamar SB says:

    That sounds so good!!

  2. Jon says:

    That's an amazing pudding! I love your photos by the way, makes me want to give this recipe a try even more!!

  3. Dean B says:

    My husband loves crumble. Will email this recipe to him 😉

  4. beautyqueenuk says:

    This looks amazing and I do love a crumble x

  5. Anonymous says:

    Whoo this looks so yummy. I could just eat some.

  6. Anosa Malanga says:

    This looks absolutely delicious, I have not had crumble in a while now

  7. Kara Guppy says:

    Ooo this looks yummy – haven't had a crumble this year yet

  8. Anna Maria says:

    i wish i had this right now,so yummy, will attempt to make it hopefully will turn out as good as yours.

  9. Little Pickles Mom says:

    AHHH Why have I never thought of making a raspberry crumble!?!?! This looks delcious… I may have to give it a go tonight!

  10. Looks good! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #UnlimitedMonthlyLinkParty 11, open April 1 to 26. All entries shared on social media if share buttons installed. I’d like to invite you to check out my other current link parties too!

  11. I like rustic – another word for easy to make!! This is beautiful! Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party – Hope you’re having a great week.

  12. Joanne says:

    That sounds delicious! Pinned.

  13. Jayne says:

    I love family friendly, easy deserts like this – pinned!

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