I don’t think we’ve ever had such a good crop of blackberries around here. I love blackberries…. my favourite of all fruits.
I like blackberries anyway at all…. jam, jelly, crumble, cake…. anyway at all.
So I’ve been indulging lots.
Here’s such a quick and easy crumble that I made a few times recently when we had AirBnB guests… they loved it. One guest loved it so much he requested to have another portion for breakfast! Of course, we allowed him have dessert for breakfast… he was on holidays after all 🙂 And, with the inclusion of coconut oil and porridge…. sure, it’s got to be healthy, right?
- 2 or 3 cooking apples – or more depending on the size of your apples and your dish.
- a couple of handfuls of blackberries.
- Sugar to taste
- 100 g. flour
- 50 g. butter
- 50 g. Coconut oil
- 100 g. Porridge oatflakes.
Grease a dish with some butter (I used my Quiche dish). Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
Mix your butter and coconut oil into the flour…. the coconut oil takes a little longer to rub in than butter. Mix until you have no ‘gritty’ bits left. Add in your porridge.
Peel and slice your cooking apples, filling your dish right up to the top. Sprinkle on your blackberries, and some sugar. Then spoon your prepared mixture on top.
Bake in oven for about 25 minutes.
Serve warm with ice-cream, custard or cream…. and make sure to save some for breakfast the next day 🙂