Toffee apple crumble

This toffee apple crumble is the perfect Sunday pud
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Toffee apple crumble

Paul Collins, executive chef at Yeo Valley HQ in Blagdon, Somerset, shares his recipe for a deliciously sweet toffee apple crumble

www.yeovalley.co.uk

Serves    6

Oven temp    180°c / gas 4

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  • You will need
  • Method

For the crumble topping:

  • Butter 50g
  • Plain flour 100g
  • Brown sugar 50g

For the filling:

  • Caster sugar 100g
  • Butter 50g
  • Apples 750g, peeled, cored and chopped

 

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  1. Preheat the oven to 180°c / gas 4.
  2. Make the crumble topping by rubbing the flour into the butter and then, when combined into tiny breadcrumbs, add the sugar. Put aside.
  3. Make a direct caramel by stirring the sugar in a heavy bottomed pan on the stove. Keep the sugar moving with a spoon until it has turned into golden caramel.
  4. Add the butter to the caramel. Stir until dissolved and the mixture starts to look like toffee.
  5. Add the apples and cover with the toffee mixture. Don’t panic if it starts to solidify slightly – you may need to keep it on the heat for a minute while combining.
  6. Transfer the mixture into an ovenproof dish and cover with the crumble topping. Place into a preheated oven for 10–15 minutes until the top is nicely browned.
  7. Serve with Yeo Valley Organic salted caramel ice cream or double cream.

You will need

For the crumble topping:

  • Butter 50g
  • Plain flour 100g
  • Brown sugar 50g

For the filling:

  • Caster sugar 100g
  • Butter 50g
  • Apples 750g, peeled, cored and chopped

 

Yeo Valley ice cream 1 pot

Method

  1. Preheat the oven to 180°c / gas 4.
  2. Make the crumble topping by rubbing the flour into the butter and then, when combined into tiny breadcrumbs, add the sugar. Put aside.
  3. Make a direct caramel by stirring the sugar in a heavy bottomed pan on the stove. Keep the sugar moving with a spoon until it has turned into golden caramel.
  4. Add the butter to the caramel. Stir until dissolved and the mixture starts to look like toffee.
  5. Add the apples and cover with the toffee mixture. Don’t panic if it starts to solidify slightly – you may need to keep it on the heat for a minute while combining.
  6. Transfer the mixture into an ovenproof dish and cover with the crumble topping. Place into a preheated oven for 10–15 minutes until the top is nicely browned.
  7. Serve with Yeo Valley Organic salted caramel ice cream or double cream.
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