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Apple, Peach & Custard Crumble


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Ingredients

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RHUBARB, APPLE & SOUR CREAM CUSTARD CRUMBLE

  • 750 gram apples, (about 7-8 small)
  • 750 gram canned peaches, drained
  • 1 tsp cinnamon, ground
  • 50 gram caster sugar

Custard

  • 500 gram Milk
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 60 gram sugar
  • 20 gram cornflour
  • 3 eggs

Crumble

  • 150-200 gram oats
  • 100 gram almonds
  • 100 gram brown sugar
  • 80-100 gram Butter
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp freshly grated nutmeg
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Recipe's preparation

    Fruit mixture
  1. 1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees.

     

    2. Place fruit, sugar and cinnamon into the TM bowl.  Mix 3 secs / speed 5.  Check & repeat as needed. You want a bit of texture (ie not puree), so it's better to pulse for less time and more often so you can check.

     

    3. Pour mixture into a large baking dish & place into oven for about 10 mins until you see the mixture bubbling.

  2. Custard
  3. 4. No need to clean the TM bowl, but do a quick rinse if you prefer.  Place all the custard ingredients into the TM bowl.  7 minutes / 90 degrees / speed 4.

     

    5. Pour evenly over the partly cooked fruit.

  4. Crumble
  5. 6. While there's no need to wash the bowl, it may make a more sticky crumble texture, so consider rinsing first.

     

    7. Place oats, almonds, sugar and HALF the butter into the TM bowl. 

     

    8. Closed lid Turbo button briefly.  Add extra butter as required and Turbo until a chunky texture is formed.  If a bit clumpy or sticky, add some more dry crumble ingredients.

     

    9. Sprinkle the crumble evenly on top of the custard.

     

    10. Reduce oven to 180 degrees.  Cook for 25 mins or until brown & the custard is cooked through.

     

    11. Remove form oven and allow to cool for about 5 minutes before serving.  Cream or ice cream is best accompaniment.

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Tip

Consider alternate fruit combinations or just use apple - adjust total quantities to suit.

Peach can make this a little tart to the taste, so consider extra sugar.

Unused portion can be frozen into smaller portions and microwaved later (approx 60 seconds).


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  • Thanks for sharing!!! Really delicious. More than...

    Submitted by SRB24 on 6. May 2018 - 09:04.

    Thanks for sharing!!! Really delicious. More than enough for 10 adults with leftovers. Everyone absolutely loved this dessert.

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  • This recipe was a hit with the whole family. A...

    Submitted by Mimilo86 on 30. December 2017 - 20:35.

    This recipe was a hit with the whole family. A little on the sweet side for our tastes, but delicious and simple.

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  • Thanks for sharing, I loved the custard in he...

    Submitted by Ange-in-Thermo-Wonderland on 26. March 2017 - 12:49.

    Thanks for sharing, I loved the custard in he recipe to jazz up traditional crumble. I found the crumble a bit too sweet, so will reduce sugar in both fruit and crumble.

    Delicious Regards,


    Ange 

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  • This was yummy. Enjoyed by all. Next time I will...

    Submitted by GinStar on 20. January 2017 - 00:44.

    This was yummy. Enjoyed by all. Next time I will make a few alterations purely on taste preference. I wouldn't turbo the fruit for as long. I would double the peaches and add another 3 apples and add some sultanas. The custard was spot on and the crumble top was to die for. It could be made healthy by subbing the white sugar for coconut sugar and use half of the butter in the crumble topping. This tastes better eaten cold as the custard sets really well. I highly recommend it. Thanks for sharing.

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  • We all loved this recipe!

    Submitted by MyCountryKitchen on 15. November 2016 - 09:45.

    We all loved this recipe! Delicious dessert, the crumble on top has a really good texture.

    Few things I changed was I used a tin of Apple Pie Fruit because that is what I had in the cupboard, I used fresh peaches and I didn't do the stirring/chopping in the thermie for the first step as the pie fruit was already cut I just sliced up the peaches and mixed them into the apple, drizzled a tiny bit of honey over them and sprinkled with cinnamon, 

    I also used honey to sweeten the custard and coconut sugar in the crumble, same quantities.

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