Who doesn’t love a good crumble? Ages ago, I posted a recipe for a crumble with pear and berries, but today I’ve got a true classic for you all: an apple crumble! As with any apple dish, I also added a splash of almond liqueur because that’s just smart thinking.
I made this one last week for my birthday dinner with my family, and everyone loved it. The crumble was gone in its entirety before I knew it! I served it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, which made it even more delicious. It was the perfect dessert for a wonderful evening!
And just like that, Christmas is over again. I hope everyone had a good one! I spent Christmas with my family, eating delicious food and having fun together. As always, I was in charge of making dessert, and I decided to make two crumbles: one with pear and raspberry, and this one, a spiced apple crumble with raisins.
It’s basically a deconstructed apple pie and tastes absolutely delicious. So delicious, in fact, that I made both crumbles again for the Christmas dinner I’m having with a bunch of my friends today. It doesn’t hurt that this crumble is extremely easy to make. It’s the perfect dessert to whip up when you don’t have much time but want something really good anyway. It’s even better with some vanilla ice cream or whipped cream (or both!) on the side.
Either way, my family really enjoyed it! What did you have for dessert at Christmas? Was it any good?
I turned 21 on Tuesday, and of course I needed to bake something for the occasion. What’s a birthday without some home made sweetness to munch on? I had a lovely dinner with my parents, grandparents and aunt on Monday, and made an absolutely delicious crumble for dessert. It included all kinds of berries and a couple of pears. Read on for the recipe!
On Tuesday I celebrated my birthday with a few of my closest friends. They came over for dinner, and of course this called for another really great dessert. I had already figured out what I wanted to make a couple of weeks ago. It was something really simple but also really pretty and so tasty. I made a couple of brownies (recipe) in my muffin tin, added a perfect scoop of vanilla ice cream, and topped if off with some chocolate sauce and a fresh raspberry. One of my friends is lactose intolerant, so I bought raspberry sorbet for her, which also tasted really good. I was pretty proud of how it turned out to look!
One last birthday related thing I want to share with you all is two of the presents I received. I’ve talked about how much I love Roald Dahl’s Matilda a couple of times before, and about how I still wanted a nice English edition of the book… Guess what my parents gave me? A really gorgeous edition! And my cousin got me a very nice book as well; a cookbook from The Hummingbird Bakery. I’ve already looked through it, and it features some absolutely mouthwatering recipes! I’ll definitely be trying some of those in the future.
Anyway, enough about my birthday. Let’s get on with the crumble recipe!