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Sunday, 9 September 2012

Bramble and Apple Crumble

Yum, one of my favourite puddings.

Imogen has been bramble picking and we had 2 containers full of juicy brambles in the fridge. It's a bit hard to get to everything and move around at the moment with all the decorating etc that's going on, so a nice simple bramble and apple crumble was an easy thing to throw together nice and quickly without needing too much workspace either.


I like to soften my apples a little first.

Lots of oats added to make it a wee bit healthier :)
One to take round to Adam as well.




Delicious with some evaporated milk and a little ice cream.

Take care
xxx

22 comments:

  1. Yum yum, Cheryl! Just been out blackberrying with my husband but round here I'm afraid there's none to be had ... Lots of the flowers are rotting, probably due to all the wet weather ... What am I to do? Got lots of blackberry vodka and bramble jelly planned, and refuse to pay over a £1 for a few berries from the supermarket! Oh well,sorry for rambling, there's always next year ...


    Claire xxx

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    1. How frustrating, I think my son would be interested in the blackberry vodka :)

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  2. yummy! seriously yummy ..... & seriously jelous!

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  3. This looks so delicious! My mouth's watering! Maggie xx

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  4. It all looks so yummy, I love this time of year with all the autumn fruits
    Thea x

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  5. I recently made this too! My favourite crumble combination. I also put oats in the topping, I love the texture. Yours looks fantastic. x

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  6. I'll have mine with a dollop of ice-cream please! LOL!

    Ages and ages since I've had blackberry and apple crumble and it looks absolutely delicious.
    Blackberry picking is fun! Trouble is I used to eat more than I'd bring home. Mother used to get very annoyed.

    keep well

    Amanda :-)

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  7. That has made me so hungry and right before bedtime!! Will have to rustle up one tomorrow for sure.

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  8. That looks delicious! Lucky you, being able to pick your own :)

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  9. I used to pick wild blackberries as a kid. Eventually my mother started going to a blackberry farm where the berries were bigger and juicier. Still have fond memories of picking though -- scratched hands and all!

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    1. Oh wow, a blackberry farm, lie the sound of that :)

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  10. I love this post! First, because I love blackberry picking and secondly, because I love crumble! You've reminded me it's time to check my secret blackberry patch. Hope I have a nice a harvest as you! : )

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  11. It's that time of year again isn't it. I can't wait to go bramble picking and I love any kind of crumble. Apple and bramble sounds delicious. I have been attempting to make jam of late so I may just try and make some bramble jam.
    Enjoy your crumble :))

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  12. Hi Cheryl, I've pressed the follow button so I can now keep up to date with your posts! Your conservatory look very similar to my own, you will LOVE it, I spend most of my time in mine apart from when it's very cold! Have a good week! Ada :)

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  13. please excuse me while i wipe the drool off my key board! pie looks delish

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  14. Yum! I think I might be headed back to pick some more blackberries later!

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  15. This looks so yummy. I love berries of all kinds. And with autumn approaching, it feels good to have the oven on again.

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  16. Helloo,
    You have inspired me, now I need to go blackberry picking!
    I love all the recipes for this time of year..
    Wishing you a lovely rest of week!
    Maria x

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  17. Ooh, you are making me so hungry!!! This is looking so delicious, I love those berries so much.
    Have to go to the kitchen now looking for something to eat! :)
    xxxBarbina

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