Hello C-R-U-M-B-L-E. I’ve missed you over the summer months. This is my new reci…

Hello C-R-U-M-B-L-E. I’ve missed you over the summer months. This is my new recipe, based on Mum’s original British crumble.
This is everything you’d expect it to be and more. The crunchy, crispy, soft and chewy topping, resting on top of luscious stewed fruits is the ultimate comfort food, especially when served with my custard (recipe and video in my last posts or click here  ).

I’ve already made a few flavour combinations that I’ll share with you all in good time🤗
♡Vic’s Crumble Jars♡ Feijoa.  
Serves 4.💚5 💙5 💜4 smart points. 
What you need for the crumble.
🔸️80g oats, I used @harrawaysnz
🔸️40g light spread, melted. I used @flora light.
🔸️30g cornflakes.
🔸️30g ¼ cup substitute sugar*
🔸️30g almond meal. I highly recommend using this, but as a substitute you can use the same amount of plain flour. 
🔸️Pinch of salt. 
For the filling.
🔸️12-16 feijoas flesh only. 
🔸️½ a large red apple, gated. I used Jazz.
What to do.
Preheat the air-fryer 170° or oven to 180°. Collect your jars. Mine are 300mls. I love using jars for perfect portion control and easy storing (or use a baking dish if you’re making a large crumble). 
Place the feijoas in the bottom and top with the apple. In a large bowl add the oats, sugar and salt mix, add the melted spread and completely combine together.  Stir in the cornflakes and almond meal or flour. Place on top of the fruit.  Bake for 20-25 minutes (times may vary). 
Serve hot or cold with custard, icecream, yoghurt or simply as it is.

Thanks for the support ‘Vic’s Bowl’s fans’ you keep me sparkling 💖

*Kindly gifted thank you @sukrinaus