A crumble is similar to crisps and cobblers in that it's best served warm and is typically made with fruit. Warm apple crumble served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream is a perfect dessert for a casual dinner party.See Popular Apple Crumble Recipes
Prepare this quick version of Apple Crumble after work on a cold winter evening.
Cranberry Apple Crumble uses the best of the season's fruit for an ideal holiday breakfast. It feeds a crowd and can even be served at room temperature!
Use any winter squash in this bread crumb-topped vegetable casserole. It feels fancy enough for a holiday dinner side dish but it's simple enough for a weeknight!
This 30-minute dessert casserole is super easy to make. It uses canned apples in the filling and purchased granola as the topper.
Kellogg's® All-Bran® cereal gives a fiber boost to this classic family-pleasing dessert.
The fresh apricot season is all too brief. Fortunately this old-fashioned dessert is equally delicious when made with fresh or frozen peaches.
This sweet fruit casserole, topped with a crunchy oat and nut topper, can be served at breakfast or for dessert.
These squares are dressed up with a sweet and tangy apple cider sauce and a dollop of low-fat ice cream; they also make a satisfying simple dessert or snack on their own. (Adapted from The Complete Vegetarian Handbook by Kathy Farrell-Kingsley; Chronicle Books, 2003.)
Serve this low-sugar dessert family-style or as individual desserts by baking servings in ramekins.
Apples are coming into season and while they are generally available all year round, certain varieties will only be in the market for a few weeks. I'm always happy to try new varieties of apples, and this year I'm enjoying SweeTango apples, a cross between a Honeycrisp and a Zestar. They are sweet and tangy with an almost tropical finish.
Ok, we'll admit it: the first year we went apple picking with the kids, things got a little out of control. It was one of those clear, gorgeous autumn days ... there was warm apple cider on hand ...
Apple-pie lovers and just plain Apple-anything fans, this is your year. There's a bumper crop this autumn, according to Breezy Hill Orchard and Cider Mill, which grows some 200 varieties of apples in New York's Hudson Valley. Since there are apples aplenty, from the iconic Red Delicious and Granny Smith to the offbeat and utterly delicious varieties with dainty names like Cameo (a newish variety) and Maiden's Blush (a heritage apple), there's never been a better time to stretch your apple dessert repertoire beyond pie.