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Homemade Apple Crumble

Homemade Apple Crumble
By Alexander J Dee

Apple Crumbles are the epitome of desserts (at least in my opinion). They're my favorite, the perfect mix between sweet and crunchy! The following is a dessert I make at home all the time, or as much as I can. It is a recipe for a homemade apple crumble that I developed all by myself. And it's not your traditional apple crumble either, because it uses cookies for the crumble... Delicious!

Any way here it is:

Prep Work:

Preheat fan forced oven to about 350F or 180 degrees Celsius.

Grab a rectangular baking dish and lightly spray with a cooking olive oil.

Ingredients:

6 granny smith apples
2 tablespoon of brown sugar
8 shortbread cookies
2 teaspoons of unsalted butter
A large sheet of baking paper

Method:

Apples

Bring a large pot of cold water to the boil. Dice the apples in to eights and place in to the boiling water leaving the skins on (this step is optional, I like to leave the skin on because I like the taste, it's up to you). Bring the water down to a simmer and cook the apples until they are tender (poke a knife in to them, if the apple doesn't get caught, the apples are ready).

Crumble

Wrap the biscuits up in the baking paper and place on a hard surface. Beat the biscuits with a wooden mallet until they are crushed in to a coarse mixture. Put the crushed biscuits in to a bowl and add the brown sugar and give the whole mixture a big stir.

Combine

When the apples are ready, strain them and spoon them in to the baking dish. Pour the crushed biscuits and brown sugar mixture over all of the apples. Finally melt the teaspoon of butter in the microwave for 30 seconds on high, and pour evenly over the dish. Place in to the oven for about 10 mins or until the biscuits start to go golden brown. Take it out and serve hot with fresh whipped cream. Enjoy! Dice the apples in to eights and place in to the boiling water leaving the skins on (this step is optional, I like to leave the skin on because I like the taste, it's up to you). Bring the water down to a simmer and cook the apples until they are tender (poke a knife in to them, if the apple doesn't get caught, the apples are ready).

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