The peaches were near the end of their reign on top of the fruit bowl and half a punnet of strawberries remained in the fridge. There was only one thing to do…concoct a crumble!
It’s a great simple, but messy, recipe to get the kids involved with. My four year helped to chop up the fruit, create the crumble and construct it all beautifully in its little dish.
3 fresh peaches
2tbsp fruit syrup (or other sweetener)
1 vanilla pod
50g/2oz Vitalite margarine
What to do:
Chop fruit and place in ceramic dish.
Rub sifted flour and butter together until it becomes like breadcrumbs then stir in the sugar.
Mix the syrup and vanilla together then add to the fruit and stir together.
Add the water to the bowl used for the syrup to help bring any excess into the dish and pour over the fruit.
Top with the crumble.
Cook for 25-30 mins at 180˚C. Serve with vegan cream.
It’s best eaten on the day it’s made but that didn’t stop us eating the slightly soggier leftover version the next day 🙂