February 24, 2013

Apples with oat flakes crumble

This monthly Tea Time Treat have been something of a challenge for me !!! Here in February it is Kate from What Kate Baked (being the hostess of the virtual tea table), and she selected Perfect Puddings as the theme. What is pudding for me ? I connect pudding with a Dr. Okter powder, which you some how turn in to a vanilla pudding or chocolate pudding !!!!! Or even verse, you cut open a ready-to-eat UHT carton with pudding inside. So this theme did not bring me any positive thoughts at all.

However, I looked at Kate´s contribution for the virtual tea table and so that she had made a crumble. So I decided to make a crumble as well using a copy of a recipe, which I have got from a very good girl friend, exchanging the use of cinnamon with Chai sugar.   

The Tea Time Table is a monthly blogging event managed  Karen from Lavender and Lovage and Kate from What Kate Baked

Apples with oat flakes crumble: - 4-6 servings

  • 4 apples - peeled, core removed and cut into boat sharp
  • 2 tablespoon of Chai sugar (sugar mixed with cinnamon, cloves, vanilla and cardamon)
  • 100 g oat flakes
  • 65 g (cake) flour
  • 100 g sugar
  • 3 tablespoon sugar 
  1. Heat the (conventional) oven to 200'C
  2. Covered a baking tray with butter or oil.
  3. Start by filling the baking tray with the apple pieces. Cover the apple pieces with the Chai sugar.
  4. Mix the rest of the ingredients into a crumble layer, do not mix for too long, as it should maintain a crumble structure.
  5. Distribute the crumble mix on top of the apple.
  6. Bake the apple crumble at 200'C for 30 minutes.
  7. Cool and eat it as it is or serve the apple crumble together with whipped cream, sour cream or ice cream.


  1. Thank you very much for your delicious entry- and you are certainly not the only person to explain that 'pudding' doesn't mean quite what we British think of as pudding!

    1. Dear Kate,

      always a pleasure taking part in Tea Time Treat :-) Kirsten


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