recipe November 5 2015 by Ellie
Ellie our head chef is also our resident baker around here. Her apple crumble is so delicious we made a graze snack out of it. This week, we finally convinced her to give up her secret recipe, so now you can make it for yourself at home!skip to the recipe
My mum trained as a chef before staying home full-time, and when I was a kid we used to spend hours creating healthy family dinners from scratch. She'd have all this weird food in the fridge, like kombucha, before it was a thing. I tried quinoa for the first time with her! But her signature dish was definitely this apple crumble.
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees
Cook the apples with a splash of water for 5-10 mins until they are softened
Remove from heat, stir in the raisins and allow to cool a little
Add a little honey or maple syrup to taste. It should take the edge off the sharpness, but bear in mind the topping is sweet so you want the apples to retain some of their tartness
Mix the flour, oats, brown sugar and cinnamon in a bowl
Melt the butter in a pan, pour onto the flour + oat mix, and stir well to combine
Pour the apple mixture into a baking dish and top with the crumble mixture
Bake in the oven for 20-30 mins until golden brown.
By Ellie, chief taste expert.
Armed with her £3 million taste buds (yep, that’s genuinely what they’re worth) head honcho Ellie tries every new recipe from the graze kitchen, and works with our nutritionist Jess to make sure every snack reaches her high standards.
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