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Vegan Fat-Free Apple & Blackberry Crumble

Fat-Free Vegan Apple Berry Crumble: This fat-free vegan apple berry crumbles to die for and is a very healthy dessert or breakfast. We like it colder.
It is time for apples to turn on the oven to make delicious desserts and sweets, but without eating healthy. 

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This crumble is vegan and has no fat, although if you want, you can add it, I love coconut oil, but there are many to choose from.

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I like this crumble as a dessert, but also for breakfast. 

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In general, I prefer it cold, and I like to add a little oat milk; although it is also very good with vegan ice cream, the bad thing is that it does not feel like so much in autumn. 

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I hope you enjoy it very much!

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Vegan Fat-Free Apple & Blackberry Crumble

This fat-free vegan apple berry crumbles to die for and makes a very healthy dessert or breakfast. We like it colder.

Fat-Free Vegan Apple Berry Crumble: This fat-free vegan apple berry crumbles to die for and is a very healthy dessert or breakfast. We like it colder.

  • Author: Dance of Stoves
  • Preparation: 10 mins
  • Cook: 25 mins
  • Total: 35 minutes
  • Servings: 4-6 (1x), 8-12 (2x), 12-18 (3x)
  • Category: Breakfasts, Desserts, Gluten-Free
  • Cuisine: Vegan, Irish

Ingredients SCALE (1x)

For the filling (1x):

  • Two apples, peeled and chopped *
  • 2 cups of fresh or frozen blackberries (300 g)
  • Four tablespoons whole-grain or coconut sugar **
  • One teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • One tablespoon of lemon juice
  • Two tablespoons of water

For the top layer (1x):

  • 1 and 1/3 cup of rolled oats (160 g)
  • One teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • Three tablespoons agave or maple syrup
  • Three tablespoons whole-grain or coconut sugar

Ingredients SCALE (2x)

For the filling (2x):

  • Four apples, peeled and chopped *
  • 4 cups of fresh or frozen blackberries (600 g)
  • Eight tablespoons whole-grain or coconut sugar **
  • Two teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • Two tablespoons lemon juice
  • Four tablespoons of water

For the top layer (2x):

  • 2 and 1/3 cup of rolled oats (320 g)
  • Two teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • Six tablespoons agave or maple syrup
  • Six tablespoons whole-grain or coconut sugar

Ingredients SCALE (3x)

For the filling (3x):

  • Six apples, peeled and chopped *
  • 6 cups fresh or frozen blackberries (900 g)
  • 12 tablespoons whole-grain or coconut sugar **
  • Three teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • Three tablespoon lemon juice
  • Six tablespoons of water

For the top layer (3x):

  • 3 and 1/3 cup rolled oats (480 g)
  • Three teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • Nine tablespoons agave or maple syrup
  • Nine tablespoons whole-grain or coconut sugar

Instructions

  1. We put the ingredients of the filling in a saucepan and put it to heat over high heat. When it starts to boil, lower it to medium-high heat and let it cook for about 10 minutes until the fruit is done and the liquid has reduced a little.
  2. We pour the mixture into a baking dish and reserve.
  3. We preheat the oven to 180ºC or 355ºF.
  4. While we put the oat flakes and ground cinnamon in a bowl and heat the syrup and sugar in another saucepan until the latter melts, we pour the syrup and sugar mixture into the bowl in which we had the oat flakes and the cinnamon and stir until they are well integrated.
  5. We pour the top layer over the fruit mixture.
  6. Bake for about 10 to 20 minutes or until the top is golden brown. The time may vary depending on each oven.
  7. You can serve the crumble hot or cold. We like it more complex, and we add a little milk to make it juicier. You can reheat it without problems, but add a little water or vegetable milk if it remains scorched.

Grades

  • * We use red apples, but the type of apple does not matter.
  • ** Or any natural sweetener.
  • *** If you use oat flakes with a gluten content less than 20 ppm or 20 mg/kg, it will be a recipe suitable for celiacs, as indicated by the EC 41/2009 regulation. However, people with severe gluten sensitivity can have symptoms below 20 ppm, so they should be aware of their tolerance level.

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