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How to make healthier fruit crumble

A healthier take on a fruit crumble (or crisp if you're in the US). Enjoy!

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After a Sunday lunch I love a traditional fruit crumble. This is a great substitute which is a lot healthier.

Start by placing your fruit in the bottom of an oven bowl dish. I chose blackberries and apples

Start by placing your fruit in the bottom of an oven bowl dish. I chose blackberries and apples

I also added 4 finely chopped prunes for sweetness or you could use a natural sweetener

I also added 4 finely chopped prunes for sweetness or you could use a natural sweetener

I mixed 3 handfuls of oats to avoid using flour and added some bran for additional fibre

I mixed 3 handfuls of oats to avoid using flour and added some bran for additional fibre

Added flaked almonds, an egg, 2 tsp cinnamon and 1 tsp vanilla extract and mixed well. No butter needed with the egg. Just egg white could be used to reduce the fat further

Added flaked almonds, an egg, 2 tsp cinnamon and 1 tsp vanilla extract and mixed well. No butter needed with the egg. Just egg white could be used to reduce the fat further

Place the oat mixture on top of the fruit and bake at 180C (160C fan oven) for 30-40 mins

Place the oat mixture on top of the fruit and bake at 180C (160C fan oven) for 30-40 mins

Serve with Greek yoghurt instead of custard or plain frozen yoghurt instead of ice cream.

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