Apple Crumble Recipe



Apple Crumble is a great dessert to come home to after exercising. I hope that I'll be able to save some to eat until after this week's long run!

Apple Crumble Recipe 

Makes 4 servings.

Filling:
Place 2 sliced apples into greased ramekins*. Place the bowls on a cookie sheet to make it easy to move the multiple bowls from the counter to the oven and back again.

Mix together the topping:
1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1/3 cup sugar 
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg

Cut in 3 tablespoons butter into the topping.

Top the apples with the topping.

Bake at 375 degrees for 40 minutes or until browned.

*Baking Bowls/Pans: I like to use four 4" ramekins or two 5" ramekins (photo). This makes it easy to personalize a couple of bowls with a half of a tablespoon of raisins to the filling or a tablespoon of oats to the topping, both of which I like to do for mine!

If you want to make 6-8 servings, double the recipe and use one or two more ramekins or an 8" x 8" pan.

Apple Crumble Nutrition Notes for one serving: 209 calories, 32 carbohydrates, 1 protein, 9 fat

My Weekly Exercise Summary

I ran 40 miles total over four days spread out over the week, rode my bike twice and strength-trained three times. My longest run was a 15 miler fueled by Gatorade and peanut butter and honey sandwich quarters. I saw at least two deer while I was running this week! 

Do you have any favorite apple recipes?

Comments

  1. Sounds like a great week of workouts! And I love apple crumbles...gonna have to try that recipe!

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    1. I've made some variation of this dessert for years - one of my favorites!

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    1. Thanks! One of the things I like about it is that I usually have all of the ingredients at home. Because of that, I can always make it!

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  3. Yum - this looks good. I make apple crisp which is similar - just add some oatmeal. I always joke that it is healthy since it has apples and oatmeal - never mind the butter and brown sugar!

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    1. Exactly - fruit and oats makes everything better!

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  4. Wow 40 miles in 4 days of running. That's a lot of mileage! Are you training for anything right now?

    My little sister makes an amazing apple crumble recipe that's similar to yours (although less healthy, I think). I always look forward to it at Christmastime!

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    1. I'm keeping my miles up so I can run a race if I get the chance to. That would make a great holiday dessert!

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  5. I love all things apple in the fall! Baked apples over a bit of ice cream are the best, so I imagine this will be great. Way to pack in the miles this week.

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    1. I've heard of runners who BQ on just 40 mile weeks. That makes me wonder if I could do just as well on fewer miles rather than more, like I usually do before a marathon.

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  6. Yum! Love that you figured out a way to make single servings of the apple crumble...makes it easier to not overeat. :)

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    1. Yes! That's exactly why using four small bowls works so well.

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  7. That looks yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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    1. I've been making apple crumble for years and I needed to get a recipe for it up on my blog. Before this, something was missing!

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  8. That looks so yummy! It's making me hungry. Great week of running :) Sounds like great fueling to me.

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    1. I'm really glad that I've been able to run without pain after going through a short while of having some pain after running. Lately, I've been running every other day, most of the time. Seems to be working!

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  9. Yes! Thank you for another apple recipe idea! Great mileage this week - I want a peanut butter and honey sandwich right now :) Simple, but so good.

    Amy @ http://www.livinglifetruth.com/

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    1. I thought about you today when I ran because I used a honey/molasses mixture during my run. (I think you did that, too.) Unfortunately, it leaked, but it tasted good!

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  10. Thank you for visiting my blog which enabled me to discover your blog! I love the way you have it organized - so easy to find race recaps and recipes. I'm adding you to my RSS-feeds :)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and adding my blog to your feed!

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  11. Yum! I love apple anything I think. This sounds amazing!

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    1. I always have apples at home - a great snack and great in a dish, too.

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  12. This looks amazing. I love apple crumbles and cobblers.

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    1. Me, too! Unfortunately, vanilla ice cream was put on my grocery list for this next week, but I'm afraid all of the apple crumble will be gone by then. Might need to bake more!

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  13. Thank you for this! We're picking apples next week so I'm definitely going to try this recipe! Mmmmm!!!

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  14. Apple picking sounds like fun! Recently, I found some good McIntosh apples at the grocery store. That's what I used in my most recent apple crumble.

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