Apple Crumble is the favourite dessert of many people in Britain. It also carries the title of most comforting dessert during the cold winter days. However, apples are high in sugar (let alone the sugary, carb heavy crumble!), while traditional recipe calls for wheat flour and additional refined sugar. This low-carb, sugar-free version is surprisingly tasty. It’s best for people who want to keep their meals as healthy as possible. With these ingredients, you can serve a tasty dessert to a fitness enthusiast or anybody who cares about healthy living.
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 25
- 75g raspberries
- 75g strawberries
- 1tbsp orange zest
- 1tbsp cinnamon
- 40g almond flour
- 30g ground flaxseed
- 80g (room temperature) butter
- 2tbsp stevia sweetener
You can use frozen fruits if they are not in the season. Feel free to add a bit more stevia if you prefer your crumble sweeter. You can serve it with frozen Greek yoghurt mixed with lemon zest.
- Chop the strawberries if they are large and mix them with raspberries, orange zest and 1tbsp of stevia. Place them in a deep baking gratin.
- Place almond flour and ground flaxseed in a deep mixing bowl. Add stevia and cinnamon. Mix well.
- Using a hand mixer beat the butter. (You can add some extra stevia now)
- Add the dry ingredients and keep mixing for another 2 minutes.
- Using your hands, mix the crumble dough a bit more and place it over the fruits.
- Bake it for 25 minutes on 200ºC and serve warm.
Nutrients per serving:
Calories 255, Carbohydrates 8.6g, Fibre 5.5g, Sugar 1.5g, Fat 23.9g (of which saturated 11g), Protein 4.3g, Sodium 6mg