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Apple, Pear & Almond Crumble!

This post is dedicated to one of the staples in my diet, crumble. Not being able to eat most desserts drives me crazy, especially when the sweet cravings start. Today’s crumble is made with pears and apples but I encourage you to use a variety of different types of pears and apples. One important thing to remember is to always use ripe pears! The less ripe the pear the longer you will need to cook the crumble to get a soft texture.

This recipe is fast and easy and made of three sections. The crust is a simple almond flour base. If you wish, you don’t need the crust but i recommend it as it gives some extra crunch. The second part is the fruit! Make sure you cut the pieces into small cubes and mix in the spices really well so that all the fruit gets coated!

Finally, mix the topping mixture as soon as you are ready to put the crumble in the oven. Once the warmed honey mixes with the other ingredients it will become a thick mixture.  Drizzle the mixture with a spoon evenly over the pears. It may not seem like a lot of mixture, but trust me it is! I tried doubling it once and it turned out horrible!!

Check out the nutritional info here!

PDF————->Apple Pear and Almond Cardamom Crumble<—————PDF

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  1. your crumble looks delicious! I think I just might make it!!

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