Apple Rhubarb Crumble

EF, can be GF and DFServes: 6 adultsAge Appropriate: 12 months+ (or 8 months + if omitting the sweetener and pulsing the macadamias)Benefits:A dessert that can also double as breakfast? That’s my kind of dessert! Apple and Rhubarb Crumble EF – can be GF and DF 1 bunch rhubarb (chopped into 1 inch slices)4-6 apples (peeled and diced * see notes)50 grams butter or ghee ((or coconut oil for dairy free))1 tbsp  maple syrup or coconut sugar1 tsp  cinnamonCrumble1 cup   almond meal½  tsp  cinnamon1 tsp  vanilla extract50 grams butter/ghee or coconut oil3 tbsp maple syrup or coconut sugar½  cup  shredded coconut½  cup  chopped macadamias1 cup  rolled oats1 tsp  grated ginger Preheat oven to 180C fan forcedIn a medium sized pot, melt your butter over a low heat. Add your rhubarb, diced apple, maple syrup and cinnamon and stir to combine. Place the lid on and allow to stew and soften for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.Meanwhile, to prepare the crumble, place the butter, almond meal, cinnamon, vanilla and maple syrup to a blender or food processor until all the ingredients are combined.Add the coconut, macadamias, oats and ginger and pulse until just combined but still crumbly/chunky.If your rhubarb pot is oven proof you can add the crumble straight on top in an even layer. If your pot is not oven safe, then divide the rhubarb and apple mixture into 4 ramekins or an oven proof dish, and top with the crumble in an even layerBake in the oven for 20 minutes until golden brown and serve with cream or greek yoghurt or milk/coconut kefir for some probiotics!Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days, or freeze for up to 6 months. You can use pears in place of apples or a mixture of pear and apple. Can be pink or green apples To make gluten free, swap out the rolled oats for quinoa flakes To make dairy free, swap out the butter for coconut oil If serving to children under 3, pulse the macadamias until they are a crumb Macadamia and almond are both allergens so test individually before offering to baby   Dessert, Family Meals, Snack

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