The easiest apple crumble made just for two. This warm and comforting dessert is very easy to make and it's a perfect recipe for all year round.
The first time I had apple crumble was when I moved to the UK and I haven't looked back since then. I enjoyed eating it so much I had to learn to make it.
I have perfected how to make it over the years, that I don't buy from the shops anymore and it's very easy to make too. One of the easiest dessert created is this apple crumble recipe. You chop the apples, add spices and brown sugar, add to a baking dish then sprinkle over with crumble toppings made with either flour or oats and you can even have both. Yes, it's that simple!
No dry mess here, the apples are perfectly cooked, the crumble topping is just perfect too, beautifully crisp and not stodgy.
I am not the only one who loves apple crumble and that includes my picky eater too. I won't lie now, I love my apple crumble with more crisp and crunchy toppings and lots of it.
You can have this dessert any time of the year and for any event too. It is easy to make and one of the best part is that it freezes well should you want to preserve it for a later time. I can also claim that this is a healthy dessert because of the portion size. The ingredients specified in this recipe would only make 2 portions so there is no chance of overdoing it. Thoughtful of me hey!
What is in my apple crumble
Apples obviously, popular types of apples used are granny smith apples but I usually go for Fiji or gala for more sweetness
Cinnamon: about half a teaspoon
Butter: melted butter or softened
Light Brown Sugar
It is unbelievable how something this easy can be very delicious and almost addictive This is a comforting dessert and every spoonful either with custard, or vanilla ice cream would take you to some sort of dessert heaven.
Other Sweet Recipes On the Blog
Apple Crumble For Two
- 1 big Apple cored and chopped into small chunks
- ½ tsp nutmeg
- ½ tsp Cinnamon
- 60g All purpose flour, 1tsp extra for filling
- 50g Cold butter, 1tsp extra greasing
- 3-4 tbsp sugar
- Preheat the oven to 180C, grease the ramekins with butter and set aside
- Add chopped apples into a bowl, add nutmeg, cinnamon and, 1 tsp flour, 1 tbsp sugar and mix to combine. divide the apples into the 2 ramekins
- In another bowl, add flour, sugar, cold butter and rub with your fingers until you get breadcrumbs consistency (use picture as reference)Sprinkle the toppings unto the prepared ramekin (use as much toppings as desired for both)
- Bake apple crumble for 30-40 minutes or until crisps and golden. Serve immediately with custard, cream or ice cream
- You can use equal amount of butter as the flour but I prefer to use less butter
- Use two apples if you feel the size of the apple you have is not big enough to serve 2.
- any apple would work for this recipe