Apple crumble is one of the nation’s favourite puds.
The sticky, fruity filling and crunchy, buttery topping is the ultimate comfort food, especially when smothered in smooth vanilla ice cream or thick custard.
But, despite it counting as one of your five a day, it’s not the healthiest dessert.
In fact, it’s loaded with calories.
However, Instagram baker @cakeontherun has shared her latest recipe that combines all the deliciousness of the humble dish but without the fat.
Her twist on the classic, uses no sugar, butter or flour and it’s so much healthier, it’s perfectly plausible to eat it for breakfast.
Plus, it is suitable for vegans when using a dairy free yogurt such as soya, almond or coconut.
The all-in-one mix, is so easy, so simple and can be made in bulk and in advance to save you time.
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Apple crumble baked oats (serves 1):
- 50g oats
- 50g yogurt
- 50g apple (peeled, chopped and cooked)
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 tbsp sweetener
- 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
- Handful of sultanas
- 3 tbsp boiling water
- Pre-heat oven to 180C/ 350F/ gas mark 4.
Put hot water and oats in a bowl and stir to thicken slightly.
Add all of the other ingredients to it and combine.
Pour mixture into an oven-proof dish and bake for 25 minutes.
Serve with low fat custard or extra yogurt.
More healthy breakfast recipes:
Try these healthy cinnamon roll banana pancakes.
They are a cross between a sweet cinnamon bun and a delicious fluffy pancake.
Or why not give this raspberry banana bread recipe a go.
It uses no eggs, butter or refined sugar and it’s a great way to use up over-ripe bananas.