Strawberry and apple crumble


Strawberry season is in full swing and Valentines day is also just around the corner! Enter this Strawberry and apple crumble - insanely easy, sweet and tangy, butter-y, crunchy and OMG delicious! Remember you must serve it hot straight out of the oven with vanilla ice-cream. That's the protocol when it comes to Crumbles or Crisps!

If you are looking to bake a dessert this Valentines day then I highly recommend picking this easy and crazy delicious dessert. Soft stewed fruits, buttery crumble and a scoop of vanilla ice cream- I will take this dessert anytime of the day! Strawberries get all jammy and taste super fruity. 


Its one of those desserts which you can make at the last second too. All you have to do is mix fruits with some lemon juice and sweetener and then top with crumble and then just slide in oven while you are having dinner and then viola! Just like that, you will be serving the fanciest dessert. Even if you hardly  enter kitchen, I guarantee that you will be able to make it very easily.

Speaking of easy desserts, No bake chocolate tart  and Paan and rose trifle jars are also unbelievably easy and so droolicious. It will be perfect too for Valentines day !

I know strawberries are tart as it is but you must add some lemon juice and lemon zest. Makes all the difference and gives this dessert a beautiful fresh lemony flavor.  You can even add orange zest and orange juice to change the flavor profile a bit.


For the crumble, instead of using only flour, I have used more of rolled oats which gives an amazing body and crunch to the crumble. This dessert is fuss free and perfect way to make use of seasons fresh strawberries which are incredible right now.

If you are looking to create more recipes with strawberries, try this Egg-less Strawberry and almond meal cake which will also be amazing as a Valentines day dessert. Strawberry and Pineapple layered smoothie and Blushing Pink smoothie bowls are reader favorites and taste super delicious. 


Sure it's romantic to go on a date with your husband or boyfriend on Valentines day but whats even more romantic is to make something special at home. You can pair this dessert with fruity drinks like Kala khatta lemonade or Orange ginger masala lemonade and for appetizers make this popular Mexican Loaded NachosPenne Arabiatta, Pad Thai or Pesto Pasta with balsamic cherry tomatoes will be lovely for main course.

There's just so much going on this simple dessert! You will be surprised how quickly it comes together and with almost zero effort. This dessert is not only perfect for Valentines day but any other day too when you have people coming over at last minute or even to satisfy your sudden craving when you want to have something fancy yet easy.




Easy, fuss-free and super delicious Strawberry and apple crumble

Diet: Vegetarian
Type: Dessert
Serving size:4-5 people

Ingredients

1+1/2 cup strawberries (chopped)
1+1/2 cup apples (chopped)
1 Tbsp honey
1 tsp lemon juice
Bit of lemon zest
1/2 tsp vanilla essence

For the crumble
1/2 cup rolled oats
1/4th cup flour
2 tbsp sugar
1+1/2 tbsp soft butter
1/4 tsp cinnamon

Method

Pre heat oven at 200 degrees for 10 minutes.

Mix chopped strawberries and fruits with lemon juice, zest and honey and add in a medium sized baking dish and set aside.

For the crumble, add all the ingredients in a bowl and using your fingers lightly mix everything together.

Crumble mixture should resemble a semi-dry sand.

Sprinkle all of the crumble mixture evenly over the fruits and then bake in oven at 200 degrees for 15-20 minutes or till crust changes the colour and becomes slightly golden brown,

Serve hot with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Left over crumble can be stored in fridge in the baking dish for 1 day and re-heated in oven before serving.



If you try this dessert, don't forget to take a picture and hashtag #fascinatingfoodworld on Instagram.


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