Good morning fellow foodies! So I know I am very delayed in uploading this post but I am a total scatter brain in the fast. I love the baking aspect and never forget to do that, but a post requires me to write a recipe and I take for granted the picture says it all (which it does not). Nevertheless, better late than never! I made this blueberry crumble a few days ago and it is my go-to snack every night and most mornings for breakfast. Being healthy during Ramadaan is a bit tough so I like to make something healthy to snack on so I don't automatically reach for nearest samoosa or pie. This crumble slighted heated in the microwave, with a dollop of plain yoghurt is absolutely divine, and can be enjoyed any time of the day! Let me know if you try it :)
Recipe: Blueberry crumble
3 cups of blueberries (or any kind you really like)
1 cup of castor sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla essense
3 cups of oats
1 cup of melted butter
1/3 cup of flaked almonds
1/4 cup honey
1 cup of flour
Mix the blueberries with the sugar and vanilla essence and set aside.
Now add the oats, flour, almonds together.
Melt the honey and butter together.
Add the melted honey and butter to the dry ingredients.
Pour the blueberries into a round or square dish that is oven proof.
Spread the oats mixture over the berries, but not to cover them entirely.
Let it bake in the oven at 180 degrees C, for about 25 minutes and until you see the oats are toasting and becoming a nice golden brown colour.
Once cooled slightly, enjoy it with a dollop of yoghurt or ice cream.