Blackberry Apple Crumble sounds delicious, doesn’t it? I harvested another big bowl of blackberries from our garden the other day and was thinking about what to do with them. The question quickly cleared up when I thought of a crumble. This is quick to make, delicious and fits both as a snack and as a dessert. No sooner said than done, I got to work and added a few apples. why? Because the blackberries are often a bit sour and the apples balance it out very well. Late summer can be so beautiful! I hope I was able to whet your appetite for this delicious dessert. Let’s get started together.
Blackberry Apple Crumble
Our fruity crumble is quick and easy to make. Add blackberries, apples, maple syrup, oat flour and bourbon vanilla together in a bowl and mix thoroughly. Then it also goes right into the baking dish and set aside.
The second step is to prepare the crumble. Place raw cane sugar, margarine, oat flour, almond flour and rolled oats in a bowl and knead with your hands until a crumbly dough forms. Pour over blackberry-apple mixture and place in oven. Bake for 30 minutes, remove from oven and enjoy!
TIP: Instead of blackberries, a mixed berry blend that you can find in any well-stocked supermarket will also work here. This is where your love of experimentation comes in.
Vegan gluten free crumble with blackberries and apple
Now spread the Oat Crumble evenly over the blackberry and apple mixture and place in the oven. Half an hour later, the crumble is ready and can be served directly with the desired toppings.
TIP: This fruity dessert tastes simply wonderful together with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or vegetable cream. I am sure you will love it! I am always very happy about feedback.
How healthy are actually blackberries?
Blackberries are delicious, healthy and very low in calories. 100g of the berries have just 44 kilocalories. Here are a few more facts about blackberries:
- Provide the most provitamin A of all berries
- Rich in vitamin C
- Rich in B vitamins and vitamin E
- Rich in potassium, calcium, phosphorus and vitamin C
- High content of calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and manganese
- Contain anthocyanins, a pigment that gives blackberries their dark color. They protect our cells from free radicals.
If you’re in the mood for a different vegan dessert today, I recommend the following variations:
- Rhubarb Mango Crumble
- Cheesecake in glass
- Strawberry slices with quinoa base
- Raspberry cheesecake without baking
- Lamingtons vegan
- Vegan Giotto Dessert
- Simple strawberry dessert
- Chocolate Soft Serve
- Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches
- Mini banana pancakes
Let’s get started with this brilliant Blackberry Apple Crumble. I hope you enjoy baking and of course about a review at the bottom of this page. If you post a picture, use the hashtag #veganevibes.
Blackberry Apple Crumble
FOR THE BLACKBERRY APPLE MIXTURE:
- Preheat oven to 175 °C convection (195 °C top- bottom heat) and provide a medium sized baking dish.
- FOR THE BLACKBERRY APPLE MIXTURE Place blackberries, apples, maple syrup, oat flour, bourbon vanilla and rolled oats in a bowl and mix until well combined. Set aside.600 g Blackberries, 400 g Apples, 45 ml maple syrup, 30 g Oatmeal, ¼ tbspn Bourbon vanilla
- FOR THE TOPPING Place raw cane sugar, margarine, oat flour, almond flour and rolled oats in a bowl and mix with hands until a slightly crumbly dough is formed.70 g Raw cane sugar, 80 g Margarine, 60 g Oatmeal, 40 g Almond flour, 80 g Oatmeal
- Pour blackberry-apple mixture into baking dish and spread evenly. Sprinkle the topping evenly over the top and place in the oven. Bake for 30 minutes until the top is nice and golden brown.
- Remove from the oven and finish with vegan cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream, as desired. Enjoy immediately and store leftovers in the refrigerator for 1-2 days.
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