Saturday, 9 May 2015

Fabulously Fruity Frugal Fruit Crumble

Everyone loves a good crumble all except  my teenager who's never like crumble just the custard. Almost everyone loves crumble and if you don't then you need educating in the mystic ways of the crumble.



Ingredients
5 Sticks young forced rhubarb
115 gram(s)  caster sugar
500 g of summer fruits of your choosing / frozen fruit would be a good one here ( defrosted)
100 gram(s) (3 1/2 oz) butter, softened
100 gram(s) (3 1/2oz) demerara sugar
175-200g 96-7oz) plain flour
4 weetabix
To serve
Ice Cream or double cream, custard  if you so desire.



1. Preheat the oven to 180C/160C fan/Gas4. Cut the rhubarb into 5cm (2in) pieces and place on a baking tray. Sprinkle with 4 tbsp water, add the caster sugar along with the summer fruits and roast for 10 minutes. Once the rhubarb is cooked, remove it from the  oven. Mix together and place in a ovenproof dish about 3-4 cm ( 1 1/4-1 1/2 in) deep.





2. To make the crumble, combine the butter and sugar together in a bowl until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs, then mix in the flour add the weetabix for that extra crunch.

3. Sprinkle the crumble over the rhubarb and bake in the preheated oven for 10 minutes. Remove allow to cool slightly and serve with ice cream or double cream or even custard, if desired.






22 comments:

  1. I've never thought of using weetabix before in a crumble. I do use porridge oats sometimes!

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  2. ooohhh Weetabix in a crumble what a fab idea I really need to try that! Love this recipe

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  3. I like the weetabix idea, if only I could persuade the hubby to eat rhubarb.

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  4. oooh you hav me an idea now , ive just found rhubbarb in my garden , i love a crumble

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  5. Oh yum, do make sure you have joined in with Fabulously Frugal if you havent already. I adore rhubarb, but no one else in the house does

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  6. I have rhubarb on my allotment so this is a great idea to add summer fruits to it. I adore crumble!

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  7. Oh yum, I do love a good crumble and it's so easy to make. I've not used weetabix before though, might give it a go.

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  8. I love rhubarb crumble, I think it's my favourite pudding. I've never tried to with Weetabix though.

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  9. Weetabix is such a great idea, I must try that! It looks yummy x

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  10. I love crumble but apple or blackberry. Nothing nicer than that crumbly topping all sweet and crunchy and the tart mixture below

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  11. I have never thought of putting weetabix on a crumble but that looks delicious. Love rhubarb too. Yum!

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  12. Ohh I love a good crumble there is something so tasty and warming about them. Comfort food at its best.

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  13. Next time we meet you need to bake this for me ;0)

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  14. OOh now I definitely need an invite round to try this, I adore rhubarb but the mister hates it x

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  15. That looks amazing, even though I know I hate rhubarb I want to try this! Stephen :o)

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  16. Oh, I do love a good crumble. x

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  17. This looks really delicious nad it would be perfect with lashings of custard.

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  18. I will just love your Fruit Crumble. Hope you are having a great day and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday this week.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  19. Ooh I love a fruit crumble... apple, raspberry, blackberry, pretty much anything except rhubarb ;)

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  20. Oh my gosh! Crumble is my most favourite dessert ever!! Especially when there is apple or rhubarb in. yum yum!

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  21. This looks so good! I love rhubarb, and crumble is my favourite. Thank you. Kaz x

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