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A super easy crumble with oats, almonds and a hint of ginger. Use up the last of the summer peaches in this healthy dessert and yes, I give you permission to eat it for breakfast. It has oats in it.

I wasn’t sure if you needed another crumble recipe. I imagine you have loads. But this is quite a good one and it even has healthy ingredients in it. Oats and almonds make a really tasty crumble topping and the peaches, well, peaches are just gorgeous anyway.

A good idea for this topping, or any crumble topping for that matter, is to make a double batch and freeze one for another time. Just prepare it as per the instructions, pop it in a zip lock bag and store in the freezer. Then, on one of those evenings when you really really want dessert but can’t spare any energy whatsoever, you’ll remember it’s there and feel thankful! It can of course be used with any fruit. Peaches aren’t going to be around for much longer. Yeah, sorry about that.


850 gr (about 5 medium to small) peaches

1 Tbs honey (if your peaches aren’t very sweet use 2 Tbs)

6 Tbs flour, divided into 1+5 Tbs

1/2 cup (8 Tbs) quick oats

4 Tbs sugar, white

4 Tbs sugar, brown

1/8 tsp salt

1/8 tsp ginger, powdered

35 gr. white almonds, roughly chopped

60 gr. butter, cold, cubed

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I’ve also used hazelnuts in the past. Works really well.

Step 1

Preheat your oven to 170C fan (180C conventional). Blanch the peaches in boiling water for one minute, transfer to a bowl of cold water and then peel with your fingers. Skins should slide off. Chop roughly and mix with honey and 1 Tbs of flour. Transfer to a baking dish (mine is approx. 16x25cm).

Step 2

Mix the rest of the flour, oats, sugars, salt, ginger and almonds in a large bowl. Add the butter and rub it into the mixture. Work it with your fingertips till the mixture resembles wet sand and there are no large lumps of butter left. Sprinkle over the peaches.

Step 3

Bake in the oven for about 40 minutes or until golden and bubbly at the sides.

5 ratings, avg : 5.00
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So, what do you think? Leave me a comment!

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