Tuesday, 13 September 2016

BAKING A COSY RASPBERRY CRUMBLE

Raspberry Crumble

I made the most delicious crumble at the weekend, so I wanted to share the recipe with you. For autumn, a crumble is the perfect cosy and warming dessert. I made mine with one of my favourite fruits - raspberry.

Ulster Weavers Classic Crumble Jar

I made my crumble with the help of lots of beautiful accessories from Ulster Weavers. Their floral Ellen Double Oven Gloves* (£13) are so pretty. I made the crumble topping itself via the recipe on their Classic Crumble Jar Gift Set* (£13), which also included the rustic white and grey tea towel and wooden scoops.


First, I added 170g of plain flour and 110g of cubed butter to a mixing bowl. You then need to get in there with your hands and rub the ingredients together until they resemble breadcrumbs. Then add 55g of caster sugar and a pinch of salt and mix. I then added my crumble mixture to the jar to keep it safe until I was ready to prepare the fruit and bake my dessert.


When you are ready to bake, lay out the raspberries into a pie dish so that they cover the entire surface. Cover them with 8 sprinkled tablespoons of caster sugar before topping with your crumble mixture. Finally, put it in the over at gas mark 4 for 40 minutes until golden brown.


I served my crumble with double cream - from the pretty Ulster Weavers Vintage Kitchen Creamer jug* (£12) - and it was utterly delicious.

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