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Lady Claire’s mixed berry oat crumble

Created by Charlotte in Age: At School, Recipes

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التداول بسوق الذهب 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.

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توقعات سعر الذهب 1 ½ lbs. /675 g berries – these can be blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackcurrants, blackberries (brambles) or a combination, depending on what’s in seasonMixed Berry Oat Crumble

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اسهم مصرف بنك ابوظبي الاسلامي 2 oz. /50g pinhead oatmeal

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  1. 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.
  2. When they are soft and the sugar is dissolved, take the pan off the heat and tip the contents into an ovenproof dish. Cool.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Take the dish from the oven, and serve warm, rather than hot from the oven.


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