Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Autumn Recipe - Apple and Blackberry Crumble

Nicki Edgell
Absolutely gorgeous for a nourishing nutritious breakfast in Autumn.

Slice and stew apples with water and cinnamon then add a handful of blackberries (I keep mine in the freezer from when I picked them last month and they keep my crumbles going through the autumn).  If you like a little sweetener then add a spoon of raw honey or maple syrup.

For the crumble topping:
Crush or grind a large handful of walnuts, a large handful of macadamia nuts and a large handful of almonds to make a flour (you can use ground almonds or any nuts you like).
Add a tsp cinnamon
Add a spoon of protein powder (optional) - I use pea protein
Rub 1-2 spoons of coconut oil (if you like you can have half coconut oil and half unsalted organic butter) into the flour until you have a crumble mix.
Add a drizzle of honey and mix.

Place the fruit into an oven dish and sprinkle topping over.

Place in a heated oven 180C for 15 minutes.

Serve alone or if you tolerate yoghurt with a natural yoghurt.

Very filling and protein rich start to an autumnal day.  Enjoy!

About the Author

Nicki Edgell

I am a clinical Psycho-neuro-immunologist, Metabolic Balance Coach, Natural Nutritionist and Independent Nikken Consultant. I practice in Brighton in the South of England, helping individuals and groups towards the health, vitality and the life they want for themselves. I work under the principle that wellness depends on a balanced holistic approach to living, in all areas of your life: your body, mind, family, community and financial health all have an impact on your wellbeing.


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