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Apple ,Pear& Rhubarb Crumble


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Crumble

  • 200 grams oats
  • 100 grams wholemeal flour
  • 40 grams raw sugar
  • 1 heaped teaspoon cinnamon ground
  • 1 heaped teaspoon ginger ground
  • 150 grams Butter

Fruit

  • 6 Apples ( Peeled , cored and Diced)
  • 2 pears (peeled, cored and diced)
  • 3 large rhubarb, cut into 2cm chunks
  • 40 grams brown sugar
  • lime juice, Good Squeeze
  • 6
    20h 20min
    Preparation 20h 0min
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Recipe's preparation

    Fruit
  1. Fruit in total weighed up to 1000gm

    Place all ingredients in to TM Bowl and cook for 8 mins /100 degrees/Counter-clockwise operation/speed 1

    When finished place in ramekins or serving dish.

    Clean and dry bowl for next step.

     

  2. Crumble
  3. Place all ingredients into Tm bowl and mix 5 seconds/ Speed 5.

    Check if combined if not scrape down and go another 5 seconds.

    set timer 1 min/Closed lid/Dough mode and knead.

    Place this on top of your preferred serving dish . It makes a thick crumble so if you prefer thin then perhaps halve the recipe.

    Bake in the oven 180- degrees  for 20 mins or until golden .

    Serve with some fresh TM Vanilla Custard (EDC)

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Tip

I was using up the fruit in my fridge so have a go with any fruit that needs to be used.

The crumble is like a "muesli" topping giving it that wonderful healthy feel

I used my rotating peeler and corer for prepping pear and apple


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  • Absolutely loved this dish, it has become a...

    Submitted by rose78blue on 4. July 2019 - 15:26.

    Absolutely loved this dish, it has become a favourite in our house! We use GF flour and dairy free spread and works a treat. We also reduce the sugar. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Delicious! I used raspberry instead of rhubarb as...

    Submitted by lyndandy on 19. May 2019 - 11:37.

    Delicious! I used raspberry instead of rhubarb as that's what I had and added coconut and chia seeds to crumble topping. Raves reviews all round. Thank you

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  • A lovely dish and soooo easy to make. I did a big...

    Submitted by Cmirakian@me.com on 25. September 2018 - 00:22.

    A lovely dish and soooo easy to make. I did a big dish instead of small individual ramekins. I could have even added a little more sugar but the others in my family thought it was perfect. We ate with vanilla ice cream.

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  • I just made the fruit part, and thought it was...

    Submitted by Jacq@internode.on.net on 16. July 2017 - 19:35.

    I just made the fruit part, and thought it was genius just bunging it all in the bowl. I normally steam it. This is so easy.
    I made a grain free crumble from another recipe and it was all delicious. Thanks

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  • Delicious. Thank you.

    Submitted by Gem74 on 6. July 2017 - 22:05.

    Delicious. Thank you.

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  • really nice recipe. Added shredded coconut and...

    Submitted by sarinoz on 3. July 2017 - 11:39.

    really nice recipe. Added shredded coconut and almonds and didnt have many oats.

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  • Very nice. I just used apples

    Submitted by Chloe91g on 9. July 2016 - 08:45.

    Very nice. I just used apples and strawberries for the fruit as it's what I had in, I didn't add any sugar to them. Wow there was a lot of crumble! I ended up doing a thick layer across the pie dish and then covering a whole baking tray in the crumble to have as a muesli crunch snack. I added cashews, coconut, almonds and golden syrup to the extra on the baking tray to make it extra tasty. My crumble didn't really go golden even after 40mins in the oven. My husband loved it and he doesn't like apples.

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  • Great recipe, I used gluten

    Submitted by gymbunny on 6. May 2016 - 15:33.

    Great recipe, I used gluten free flour and it was still Delish! 

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  • Beautiful, healthy crumble.

    Submitted by GinStar on 28. April 2016 - 20:47.

    Beautiful, healthy crumble. Everyone loved it. Used half the sugar in the crumble topping and added extra cinnamon. For the fruit I used pear and Granny Smith apples about 750g and halved the sugar. Made one big crumble and had it with vanilla custard made in thermie. Will be a favourite for us. 

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  • Used no sugar in the apple

    Submitted by Pelayia on 24. April 2016 - 17:59.

    Used no sugar in the apple & pear mix. Also, used muesli mix, instead of plain oats. Still amazing tmrc_emoticons.) Thanks for sharing.

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  • This recipe was delicious!

    Submitted by Spekkie87 on 6. March 2016 - 12:50.

    This recipe was delicious! Used up some fruit that was starting to turn and the crumble was just amazing!

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  • This recipe is easy and

    Submitted by kitkatnagy on 12. October 2015 - 09:34.

    This recipe is easy and quick, I add whatever fruit I have in my fridge. Thank you 

    Kat 

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  • Delicious crumble ☺️  

    Submitted by Chrystal on 17. August 2015 - 11:57.

    Delicious crumble ☺️

     

    inlovewithmythermo Smile

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  • I just used the crumble

    Submitted by Clara_b79 on 14. July 2015 - 21:54.

    I just used the crumble portion of the recipe, for the stewed rhubarb with apple and strawberries I made today. The crumble is really nice! I only needed half the amount, it was just enough for us. I ran out of oats so I used rolled barley.

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  • Yum. Just yum!! This is my

    Submitted by traceyds on 3. July 2015 - 19:31.

    Yum. Just yum!! This is my new 'go-to' crumble recipe now. Thank you!

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  • Hi There only just looked at

    Submitted by Thermonut on 14. April 2015 - 17:47.

    Hi There only just looked at comments . have changed to 1 teaspoon as its much easier . Really just tweak as you wish . Method is there so you can play with the ingredients . Thanks for leaving a comment . made me smile

     

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  • Wow just looked at all the

    Submitted by Thermonut on 12. April 2015 - 23:55.

    Wow just looked at all the comments . Thanks guys . This was a let's use up what I had and we all loved it so we thought to share . adapt away and enjoy 

     

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  • I made this with just apples

    Submitted by Shooz on 30. March 2015 - 10:16.

    I made this with just apples and pears. The oaty crumble topping is amazing! Would work with other fruity combinations. Yum! 

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  • I used a mixture of apple,

    Submitted by x_casey_x on 1. March 2015 - 15:47.

    I used a mixture of apple, pear, strawberry, chia and mulberries (trying to use up leftovers in fridge) and left out the spices in the topping. Turned out great.

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  • Hi there Chestylaru - you've

    Submitted by digibron on 12. February 2015 - 11:09.

    Hi there Chestylaru - you've probably worked this out by now but the Thermie isn't great at measuring light-weight ingredients under 20g. I either measure them separately on kitchen scales or guess at it with teaspoons: eg for this I would have used about 1tsp each of ginger and cinnamon.

     

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  • Nice, simple, reliable

    Submitted by digibron on 12. February 2015 - 11:07.

    Nice, simple, reliable recipe. I halved it (I only had 500g of fruit to use up - used a combination of green apples, pear and frozen blueberries) and it filled 4 ramekins.

     

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  • Fab recipe!! Have made this a

    Submitted by Livetoeat on 2. January 2015 - 19:28.

    Fab recipe!!

    Have made this a few times and it stands up to substitutions! As long as the final fruit weight is 1kg, it is great with rhubarb, pear, strawberry, apple so far.

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  • I made this with a

    Submitted by JudyD on 7. November 2014 - 10:39.

    I made this with a combination of apple and rhubarb (second time I've made and used a different combination of fruit the first time). I made half the quantity of crumble and it was plenty to top the dish. Delicious and eaten, served with cream, very quickly by my partner.

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  • I got some rhubarb, apples

    Submitted by Thermoelle on 26. July 2014 - 21:49.

    I got some rhubarb, apples and pears today at a farm gate and I am rapt that I found your recipe. Delicious. With EDC custard which I will make thinner next time. Loved it. Thanks!! 

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  • Delicious flavour, will

    Submitted by brendamoz on 8. July 2014 - 21:31.

    Delicious flavour, will definitely make this again  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Yum! I also served with

    Submitted by Nikconvery on 20. June 2014 - 06:18.

    Yum! I also served with custard. delicious!

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  • That was to die for! Had it

    Submitted by camelgirl on 16. June 2014 - 19:13.

    That was to die for! Had it with custard and it was perfect! tmrc_emoticons.)

    Love

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  • Wow, yummo thank you

    Submitted by mcnultytribe on 4. June 2014 - 11:40.

    Wow, yummo tmrc_emoticons.) thank you

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  • Really liked the filling, and

    Submitted by Chestylaru on 13. May 2014 - 12:16.

    Really liked the filling, and the crumble was good but I found it too spicy (?) for me, I'm guessing due to the ginger But I think maybe I put too much of the spices in there, as it took ages for the thermie to register the 5 grams amount for each one.

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  • Please tell your hubby he has

    Submitted by Thermonut on 8. May 2014 - 14:03.

    Please tell your hubby he has made my year . Glad you enjoyed and tweaked . That's what recipes are for . Somewhere to start and make it your own . THANKYOU 

     

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  • Yummo! And so easy 

    Submitted by MT on 30. April 2014 - 22:30.

    Yummo! And so easy  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • This dish was sooooo good!

    Submitted by sksuess on 17. April 2014 - 22:32.

    This dish was sooooo good! The crumble is amazing - so good that my husband said it should have a patent on it! I baked in one large dish and served with plain yoghurt! I also used a slightly different combination of ingredients - more rhubarb and less pear/apple and it was really good. Thanks for the recipe and will definitely make this again!

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  • Thank you all for the lovely

    Submitted by Thermonut on 23. January 2014 - 23:24.

    Thank you all for the lovely comments 

     

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  • Really nice crumble! I

    Submitted by McCubbinMama on 3. December 2013 - 23:30.

    Really nice crumble! I loved the thickness of it - yummy!!! Made with vanilla custard which could have been a bit runnier, will have to remember for next time 

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  • Easy delicious recipe, will

    Submitted by madezignz on 20. November 2013 - 16:18.

    Easy delicious recipe, will be used regularly tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Have just made this from a

    Submitted by Nanamix on 23. October 2013 - 18:03.

    Have just made this from a 'ready to prepare' mix and used this method.   I did add 1/3 cup water like the mix said but I would try it without next time like this recipe.   This tastes delicious though and now for the custard  -  yum! Love

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  • This was delicious, thank

    Submitted by Features72 on 6. October 2013 - 20:28.

    This was delicious, thank you! tmrc_emoticons.D I didn't have wholemeal flour, I just used my plain organic white flour. I don't think it affected it at all. The crumble was to die for. I could eat just that on its own!

     

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