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Apple Cinnamon Crumble – a Secret Recipe

Apple cinnamon crumble is the perfect fall dessert! Juicy apples, warm spices, and a crumble topping, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and caramel to sweeten the pot.

Apple cinnamon crumble is the perfect fall dessert! Juicy apples, warm spices, and a crumble topping, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and caramel to sweeten the pot. \\ PassTheSushi.comIt’s that time again! I have made it to my second month of active participation in a ‘club’. It’s called the Secret Recipe Club, where you are assigned a secret mission to be a ninja all over someone else’s blog, get to know them, check things out and pick a recipe and let it shine to the world. (Seriously, I would join any club where I got to be a secret ninja).

This month I was given Searching for Spice, Corina’s blog about trying new recipes. The site has tons of very diverse recipes, some even inspired by Top Chef challenges. How cool is that? I would never have the guts to tackle a lot of the challenges on Top Chef.

Since I’ve been all into Fall recipes, scents, apples and socks I chose to highlight this apple cinnamon crumble.

 Apple cinnamon crumble is the perfect fall dessert! Juicy apples, warm spices, and a crumble topping, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and caramel to sweeten the pot. \\ PassTheSushi.com


Apple cinnamon crumble is the perfect fall dessert! Juicy apples, warm spices, and a crumble topping, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and caramel to sweeten the pot. \\ PassTheSushi.com

sara

Thursday 27th of October 2011

This looks amazing! Yum, a perfect crumble, totally gorgeous! :)

MikeW

Saturday 22nd of October 2011

I meant to try this when I first saw it, finally got around to it.

I added a slug of brandy to the apples & used dried blueberries instead of raisins (neither Jean nor I are a big fan of raisins). It was delicious & fast. This recipe will stay in my collection.

I just need to get better with making crumble. I like it with some variation, coarse sand up to small gravel sized chunks, but can never manage it.

Kita

Thursday 27th of October 2011

Thank you so much for letting me know that you tried this one. It means a great deal to me when someone actually tried a recipe I've posted. I love the idea of using blueberries instead of raisins (I like them more anyway!). Crumble is tricky for me too and I always tend to over do it a bit.

marla

Sunday 9th of October 2011

Linking back to this crumble tomorrow :) Do you have any Grilled Cheese recipes? If so please link them up on my current *Happy Post*

Jessica

Saturday 1st of October 2011

Oh man those look absolutely AMAZING! And I have to say I love, love, LOVE all of your dishware! Is there a particular store you like to purchase them from? Every single picture on your site I drool over the dishware ALMOST as much as the food.

Kita

Saturday 1st of October 2011

I wish I could tell you where I've gotten most of my plates but a lot of them just have accumulated over the years. It looks like the Mad Hatter is throwing a 24/7 tea party at my house. However, I can say I have snagged a lot recently at TJ Maxx/Marshals/Home Goods. They are great to walk around and see what you can find on clearance!

Rylan - Art and Appetite

Saturday 1st of October 2011

Kita, this is uhhhh-uhhh-uhhhhhMAZING! Love how it can be vegan since butter can be substituted with vegan butter...and plus no eggs or other dairy. Thanks for sharing, Kita! You are fab!