Apple crumble was a real childhood favourite of mine; everything from the filling to the crispy crumble, I just love it. Do you know what’s even better than apple crumble? Vegan apple crumble – But you knew this already.
A perfect dessert for those feeling like some apple-y goodness, tasty and to the tee, you won’t even know it’s not vegan!
How do you soften apples for vegan apple crumble?
When preparing the apples for apple crumble, we recommend cutting them into small 1 inch cubes. Then boil on a medium heat, with a little water and brown sugar for 10 minutes.
Do you need to add oats to apple crisp?
Many recipes call for oats in the crumble, but for this one, it’s not necessary. The crumble itself is moreish and doesn’t require any additional grains like oats, so you can just keep it simple with butter and flour making the main texture.
What’s our crumble mix made of?
Our crumble mix is made from butter, cinnamon, flour and sugar. No really, it’s that simple, just those 4 ingredients are needed.
What goes well with apple crumble?
Apple crumble is great on its own, but also with cream, ice cream and custard. The creaminess pairs well with the rich sweetness of the crumble, marrying together beautifully.
Can you make crumble mix in a food processor?
Crumble mix is possible to make in a food processor, but ensure you pulse it and you’re quick with it, as this method typically generates heat, and could melt the butter. It’s actually really easy to make the crumble with your hands, if you don’t mind getting your hands dirty.
Can you use self-raising flour instead of plain flour for crumble?
Self raising flour doesn’t make a crazy difference when it comes to getting the perfect crumble. You can use any flour really, plain, wholegrain, spelt, even gluten free flour – Go nuts!
We hope you enjoy this veganised apple crisp recipe; it’s really close to my heart and I feel the world needs to know about it.
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