♡ homemade spiced apple crumble ♡

October 17, 2018

 The weather is getting colder, the nights are darker and Sunday dinners are back every week! Me and my family always have our Sunday dinner every week and with that we have a desert. Since I love baking I always love baking out deserts.

 What better time then autumn to bake an apple pie?? They’re hot, cozy and taste amazing so I love baking so much so autumn is the season for it - the Cosy, warm and sweet treats make the cold nights taste better. (I got this recipe from Asda but I did change it myself)

Ingredients
 - 225g plain flour
- 2+ tsp cinnamon and any other spices you want!
- 140g chilled unsalted butter
- 100g Demerara sugar
 - 15g caster sugar
- 8 Cox apples = peeled & cut into wedges


 Method
 1. Preheat the oven to 180C.
2. Start by sifting the flour and cinnamon into a bowl. Rub in 125g of the butter until it looks like breadcrumbs, then stir in the Demerara sugar to finish the crumble
 3. Melt the remaining butter and the caster sugar in a large pan, then add the apples.
4. Cook over a gentle heat, tossing now and then, until they begin to soften.
 5. Once they’re soft, pour into an ovenproof dish. I liked to sprinkle some more cinnamon on the apples and mix but that’s completely optional.
 6. Sprinkle the crumble over the fruit, put the dish on a baking tray and cook for 30-35 mins till the crumble is golden brown.
 7. Leave to cool and cut into slices, serving with custard or ice cream and enjoy!


 Me and all my family loved this (I’ve been requested to bake it again!) so I defiantly will be. I think there’s no better time them autumn to make an apple crumble (cimble crumble) and I will be making more flavours 

Bailey ♡ xx

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46 comments

  1. This crumble looks so good! I always make desserts on a Sunday too for after Sunday dinner! Apple crumble is one of my favourites but I also really love treacle sponge! Great post Bailey xx

    Soph | www.lovesoph.co.uk

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    1. Thank you, I had it as desert too it’s amazing. I completely agree x

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  2. Oh yes! I love apple crumbles so much! I never tried with cinnamon as I orefer to add lemon juice and sugar on top of the apple but I'll give a go to your recipe! ����
    Thank you for sharing!

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    1. They’re amazing. I’ll have to try that little too x

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  3. Mmm one of the best and cosiest things about autumn time. I can’t wait to get back to the U.K. and bake a crumble.

    Holly x
    www.ldnmuse.com

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  4. This looks delicious! Definitely going to send my boyfriend out to buy the ingredients! Thank you for sharing! xo

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  5. This looks delicious! Haven't had apple crumble for so long, need to try this recipe!

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  6. Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I love crumble so will definitely be giving it a go

    Megan // https://pixieskiesblog.wordpress.com/

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  7. That looks good, not sure if I would like spices in it. But, I love Apple crumble! Especially when it’s cold outside.
    Lauren | www.bournemouthgirl.com

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    1. It was, trust me they taste better they youd expect! I’d reccomend it x

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  8. Those look so good! I've never tried apple crumble but you make me want a piece of that now! I can see why you'd be requested to bake again :) Love the recipe xx

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  9. This sounds so yummy & it definitely is perfect for this time of year!! Totally want to try this out this autumnal season x

    twinklexthoughts.blogspot.com

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  10. Great pictures! Also, I love a good apple crumble!

    Jas xx | https://thoughtsfromjasmine.co.uk

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  11. This look so delicious! I'm definitely gonna have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

    Blackprincessdiaries.wordpress.com

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  12. Autumn is the perfect time for apple desserts. I've done a few apple recipes lately and they're so warming and cosy x

    Sophie
    www.glowsteady.co.uk

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  13. This looks absolutely delicious Bailey! I love making crumble in the autumn/winter, especially with blackberries but they're so hard to find! Me and my Mum usually go blackberry picking in the summer and freeze our berries so we can still use them in crumbles! Will definitely try this at some point!

    Imogen - imogenchloe.co.uk

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    1. Thank you! I agree, that’s such a smart idea!

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  14. Well... YUMMMM! Love any warm, fruity dessert! Thank you for sharing!

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  15. This post just made me sooo hungry😩 great photo, great recipe looks great!

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    1. I’m sorry! I’m hungry too ahahs but thank you x

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  16. This sounds lovely! You can't go wrong with a nice bit of apple crumble with custard or ice cream! And perfect for this time of year too :)

    Jenny
    http://www.jennyinneverland.com

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  17. looks delicious and easy. hope you're enjoy autumn.

    Joy at http://www.thejoyousliving.com

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  18. This looks delicious! Plus a great way to mix up Autumn desserts! I’ll have to give this a try!

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  19. This looks soooooo delicious!!

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  20. Looks so delicious and easy to make! And the pictutes are awesome too! I will definitely try to make this crumble pie!♥
    spleendecouture.blogspot.com

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  21. Oh my gosh this crumble looks divine, and perfect for autumn xx

    Gemma • Gemma Etc . ❤️

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  22. This looks delicious! I haven't done any(!) autumnal baking yet but I'll have to try this one.

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