Great for pudding and a little bit healthier than a true ice cream – but [...]
Lady Claire’s mixed berry oat crumbleCreated by Charlotte in Age: At School, Recipes
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ingenjör jobba hemifrån The crumble is delicious – so easy, but far more interesting than flour based crumble. The recipe is fudgey and delicious, but it makes me feel better knowing that the oats in the recipe absorb the harmful – but delicious – butter. And you can, if you wish, substitute butter Benecol for the butter in the recipe. I like to serve this with a dollop of crème fraiche. Mixed Berry Oat Crumble is a healthier sweet treat to finish a meal. Adults and kids get fruit and oats across the seasons, giving them slow release energy, rather than the quick hit that you get with other desserts.
السوق السعودي 1 ½ lbs. /675 g berries – these can be blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackcurrants, blackberries (brambles) or a combination, depending on what’s in season
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أفضل نظام خيار ثنائي الفوركس For the crumble;
enter site 2 oz. / 55g butter
اسعار العملات التاريخية 2 oz. /50g Demerara sugar
source 2 oz. /50g pinhead oatmeal
follow site 2 oz. / 50g rolled, Nairn’s porridge oats or crushed Nairn’s Oatcakes
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- Put the berries and granulated sugar into a saucepan – NOT an aluminium pan – over a moderate heat, with the lid on the pan. Shake the pan gently from time to time as the berries soften and release their juices, which they will.
- When they are soft and the sugar is dissolved, take the pan off the heat and tip the contents into an ovenproof dish. Cool.
- Meanwhile, to make the crumble melt the butter in a wide saucepan, and stir in the Demerara sugar and vanilla extract, and cook, stirring, on a moderate heat for 3-4 minutes.
- Then stir the Nairn’s porridge oats into the contents of the pan, and continue to stir thoroughly. Spoon this over the cooled fruit, evenly.
- Bake in a moderate oven, 350’F 180’C gas 4 for 25-30 minutes, or until the surface is golden brown with the fruit bubbling gently round the edges.
- Take the dish from the oven, and serve warm, rather than hot from the oven.