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Apple and Rhubarb Crumble



6 portion(s)

  • 5 Apples, Granny Smith or Gravensteins
  • 250 grams Rhubarb, Pre-cooked
  • 125-250 grams Macadamia Nut
  • 125 grams Oats,rolled
  • 60 grams Butter.
  • 125 grams Coconut
  • 1 heaped tablespoons Coconut Flour, Optional
  • 125 grams brown sugar
  • 6
    1h 30min
    Preparation 1h 0min
  • 7
  • 8
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Recipe's preparation

    Apple and rhubarb
  1. Place apples into Thermomix bowl turbo for 2 seconds

    add one cup of pre-cooked rhubarb

    cook 7-10 minutes 100 degrees, speed 2 reverse blades.


  2. crumble topping
  3. put macadamia nuts into the bowl speed 6 for 5 seconds

    add oats, butter, coconut, coconut flour, brown sugar. 

    Cook for 5 minutes on 80 degrees Gentle stir setting 

  4. Place Apple and rhubarb into an ovenproof bowl.

    top with crumble mixture

    bake at 180 degrees Celsius for 30 minutes or until golden brown

    serve with cream or ice cream


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I use gluten free oats in this recipe so it suits my 'low gluten' diet.

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  • Quinoa flakes may be a more

    Submitted by Jbear612 on 1. October 2015 - 07:53.

    Quinoa flakes may be a more suitable gluten free alternative to the oats. My husband is Celiac & he has no problems with quinoa. tmrc_emoticons.))

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  • fyi: oats are naturally

    Submitted by Bregobaby on 10. July 2015 - 15:55.

    fyi: oats are naturally gluten free, the product is just never considered gf due to possible contamination from glutenous products during harvest or processing. Some brands have dedicated themselves to providing contamination free (gf) oats. You just have to find them tmrc_emoticons.;)

    This was a great recipe. I improvised a little and used blueberries instead of rhubarb, I just cooked them with the apple. I also used coconut oil instead of butter, I recommend melting the coconut oil before adding to TM.

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  • I think you need to remove

    Submitted by pailkids28 on 8. July 2015 - 12:24.

    I think you need to remove the gluten free tag in the title or substitute the oats- it is totally misleading and not gluten free at all- very dangerous for a coeliac to consume.  

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  • I do note that oats aren't

    Submitted by Ariaflame on 14. May 2015 - 23:55.

    I do note that oats aren't gluten free. Though not all coeliacs react to the protein in them.

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