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Individual Apple Berry Crumbles…The Secret Recipe Club

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For this month’s Secret Recipe Club, I was assigned Angie’s blog, Successful Together. Angie has lots of great low cal tips and recipes…so please check out her lovely blog. I selected her Baked Apple Crumble to make…I just adore fruit desserts…and hubby, Bill, is all in favor of any apple pie, crisp or crumble.

I adapted her recipe a bit, making my own apple filling instead of using canned pie filling. Then, at the last minute, I spied some leftover raspberries and blackberries in the fridge…which gave the juices a beautiful color…and added another layer of flavor to these gems.  I had never combined apples with berries, but they married wonderfully.  Luckily, I placed my ramekins on a cookie sheet as my fruit expanded and bubbled over towards the end of the baking time. This is a great idea for a quick dessert when you’re pressed for time. I’ll definitely make these again in the fall.  Thanks, Angie, for the inspiration! 

Individual Apple Berry Crumbles…inspired by Angie of Successful Together

4-5 baking apples, I used Granny Smiths and Golden Delicious

2 tablespoon of butter
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
A couple grates of fresh nutmeg, optional
A couple handfuls of berries, if desired (I used raspberries and blackberries)
1/2 cup flour
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, at room temperature
Preheat oven to 350º.  Combine butter, apples,and sugar in a saucepan.  Cook over low heat till the apples start to soften.  Add the cinnamon and nutmeg, if using.  When apples are almost cooked through, add berries if using.  Cook for a few minutes, then remove from heat.
Combine the topping ingredients, rubbing butter into the sugar and flour till the butter is well combined.
Spoon the apple mixture and juices into four 8 ounce ramekins. Top with the crumble topping. Place ramekins on a baking sheet, and bake about 30 minutes, till topping turns golden.


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67 comments on “Individual Apple Berry Crumbles…The Secret Recipe Club”

  1. Delish! This would be a great fall dessert! I love your photo with the juices oozing over the side. I bet that’s one tasty crumble. Stopping by from SRC 🙂

  2. Looks delicious! Love that you combined the berries and apples – wonderful flavors! So much fun doing the SRC!

  3. What a delicious choice for SRC! I love warm fruit desserts.

  4. Ehehehe…I adore the photos. Wonderful crumble…and the individual size would keep me from overindulging.

  5. fantastic! I like how you added other berries..perfect summer treat!

  6. I love individual desserts! It makes one feel so special 🙂 This looks awesome! I like how you mixed the apples and berries.

  7. Mmmm looks regal, It was my first time in the Secret Recipe Club and lots of fun. Your blog is a pleasure to follow and if you have time come on over to mine for Friday Night Drinks..
    Thanks for sharing!!

  8. I love a good crumble! I’m actually making one right now 🙂 Lovely first photo, I always love how it looks when a crumble bubbles over during baking!

  9. What a great crumble. Glad you got the seal of approval from the pup!

  10. This looks fabulous. Nice work on the Secret Recipe Club. Isn’t it fun. I love finding new blogs and reading through them.

  11. That looks beyond delicious! I love desserts like this!

  12. Love the combo of apple and berries and the little individual servings. Miss Lambeau is quite a cutie, too!

  13. I love individual sized desserts! These look great!

  14. dessert looks wonderful flavourful crumble

  15. wow, this is an interesting one!, I think I have everything at home, and definitely could give this a try!, clicks are gorgeous dear, first time here because of SRC, you have beautiful blog

  16. Cute little crumbles and I love that you made your own apple filling.

  17. This post inspired me last week to make my own crumbles and I’ve made them FOUR times since then. My recipe’s a bit different and I’ll be posting it hopefully next week, so keep an eye out!

    Amy @ A Little Nosh

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