So you may have tried our roasted fruits and wanted more. Or perhaps you’re just in the mood for a crumble, so are we! This recipe is just for the topping, for the method on making the fruit go here. Or if you need this baby immediately, just chop your fruit up small, top with crumble and put it in the oven and hope for the best! Although we recommend pre-cooking your crumble filling.
You may find that this mixture makes up too much for what you need, if so you can reduce the amount of flour or omit the oats. Alternatively, just scale back the entire thing to suit you.
- 1, 1/2 cups Spelt Flour
- 1/2 cup Oats
- 1/2 cup Rapadura (or Sugar)
- 1/2 cup Dairy Free Margarine (or Softened Coconut Oil + 1 tsp salt)
– Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees.
– Combine flour, oats and rapadura in a bowl.
– Add margarine or coconut oil and work through with your fingertips until a sand like appearance is achieved and there are no large lumps.
– Top your fruit with the crumble mixture and pat down.
– Bake for 30-40 mins until edges brown and crumble feels firm to touch.
I have one of these almost everyday – if not for breakfast then definitely for an afternoon snack. It is my absolute favourite. I use young coconut flesh and water for the “milk” component that chocolate often calls for. I buy a couple of coconuts per week, drink the water and scoop out the flesh which keeps in the fridge for a few days. I can get 3-4 smoothies out of 1 coconut! If coconuts are too much effort for you (sometimes they’re too much for me too), then just use a handful of soaked cashews or almonds in its place. If you like to add super foods to your smoothies then this is the perfect smoothie to sneak them in. I normally also include a teaspoon of maca and of ground chia seeds. Get creative and experiment with this one.
- 1-2 Bananas (I use frozen but fresh is fine too)
- 40g Young Coconut Flesh (or more!)
- 200g Water
- 10-15g Cacao Powder
- Any superfood powders you like
- 5g (1 tsp) Honey (or preferred sweetener)
– Add ingredients in the order listed above to the thermomix and combine on speed 8 (or higher) for 30-60 seconds.
(Be sure to add the honey last or to drizzle over the top of the banana otherwise some of it can sink to the bottom)
Serve with something crunchy like cacao nibs!
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