Crumble

Apples, rhubarb, apricots, pears, all perfect soft fruits for making one of the best Sunday desserts - crumble.  Whichever one you choose, make sure you serve it with Proper Custard poured on top. 

 
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Apple and Almond CrumbleServes 6-8

Apple and Almond Crumble

Crumble has to be one of the best desserts going, and it's so quick and easy to make, especially if you use a food processor to make the topping. This is a true classic…

 
 
Apple, Almond and Mincemeat CrumbleServes 6

Apple, Almond and Mincemeat Crumble

Click on the recipe to reveal Delia's favourite crumble topping - and a filling that would be particularly good at Christmastime, when mincemeat is definitely flavour of the month.

 
 
Raspberry CrumbleServes 6

Raspberry Crumble

Raspberries may not be the obvious choice for a crumble, but their sharpness perfectly offsets the sweetness and texture of the topping. Give it a go!

 
 
Spiced Apple and Pecan Crumble with Mascarpone Vanilla CreamServes 6-8

Spiced Apple and Pecan Crumble with Mascarpone Vanilla Cream

Apple crumble is one of your all-time favourite desserts, so why not give it an extra dimension with pecan nuts and mascarpone cream, lifting it into the luxury league.

 
 
Mincemeat and Apple Crumble Flan with AlmondsServes 6

Mincemeat and Apple Crumble Flan with Almonds

If you've got leftover mincemeat this will cheer up a January Sunday lunch beautifully. A ready-made pastry flan case will also save you time, which we have discovered works really well when frozen first.

 
 
Rhubarb and Almond CrumbleServes 6

Rhubarb and Almond Crumble

Although my own rhubarb crop is only about 3 inches high at present, there is plenty of the early forced rhubarb in the shops and it's never better than in this most English of puddings. On Sundays we serve it with proper custard, an extra luxurious

 
 
Raspberry Shortcake CrumbleServes 1

Raspberry Shortcake Crumble

This is what I suppose I should call a 'master recipe' as it can be varied in endless ways. Raspberries are perhaps the nicest filling, but you could also use rhubarb, gooseberry or dried apricots and almonds. An alternative topping to the one I have

 
 
Apricot Crumble MuffinsMakes 6 large muffins

Apricot Crumble Muffins

You can make these with ready-to-eat dried apricots, but in the summer they are even better made with fresh.

 
 
Chocolate and Sour Cherry CrumbleServes 6

Chocolate and Sour Cherry Crumble

Chocolate and crumble -what a great combination for any dessert!

 
 
Pear and Almond Cake with Streusel Topping

Pear and Almond Cake with Streusel Topping

This would be my choice for autumn when there are lots of lovely ripe pears around. We like to eat it served in slices with pools of Jersey pouring cream.

 
 
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