11.04.2010

Recipes: French Apple Crumble


The french couple that visited us made this for us Sunday and, oh my, it was delicious.  I had to have the recipe.  And now, I give it to you.  It is pretty simple and quite delectable.  I am planning to make this for Thanksgiving.

Ingredients:
4 Apples
1 Banana
1 Cup Flour
1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
2/3 Cup Butter (soft)
2/3 Cup Chocolate Chips

Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Mix, with your hands, flour, brown sugar, and butter breaking it up until it looks like sand.  You can add oats and/or coconut if you so desire.
3. Put the apples, banana, and chocolate chips (cut into bite size pieces) on the bottom of a 12"x8" glass pan.  
Optional: walnuts, pecans, other nuts or different fruit such as raspberries or peaches.  
4. Put the flour/sugar/butter mix on top of the fruit.
5. Cook for 30-40 minutes at 350 degrees. 

Adding vanilla ice cream and carmel sauce is option, but recommended. 

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34 comments:

ching said...

that looks delish. :D

Sarah B said...

Yummy! I love apple crumble - I must try this version with the banana, that sounds lovely!

Hazel Williams said...

Oh my, simply delicious!! YUM YUM YUM!!
:) Hazel
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Debby said...

This one I am trying!! Bananas and chocolate chips? Music to my ears. xo

Alyssa said...

sounds YUM!

janis said...

this looks AMAZING!

Cara said...

I can totally see myself trying this recipe!
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Nicole said...

Apples, bananas, and chocolate--three of my favorite things! I'm saving this recipe for sure! Thanks for sharing!!!

Signe said...

Mmm, this looks yummy :)

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

im not a fan of crumble, but this one sounds delicious!!

Stacey said...

Yum, looks so delish!

Jessica said...

Make some and then send it my way, please? Such a perfect Thanksgiving treat.

Nicole said...

Sorry, dear! I was looking at this recipe again and was wondering when to put in the chocolate chips! Is it with the apple and banana layer?

ChinkyGirLMeL said...

I can't wait to make this. It looks really good!

Jennifer said...

I just may try this one day! It looks really good! :)

Sunny & Star said...

Sounds so good. Yum!

the chirpy bird said...

I just need the LA weather to cool down a bit so that I can indulge in my cooler weather sweet tooth! nothing like warm desserts on a cool night!
xox tash

Amber Blue Bird said...

yes please!

Croatian_Latina said...

wow I love how easy and delicious it looks. thank you for sharing the recipe, I think I will make it very soon!

e.day said...

mmmm! must try immediately! this sounds perfect for a fall dessert. thank you for sharing the recipe!

Krystal Sandoval said...

this looks so so so good!

Samantha said...

Looks delish! Yum!

Moosette said...

YUM! This looks delish! The perfect sweet for this time of year... definitely bookmarking for Thanksgiving!

Kimbirdy said...

so my hubby lost a bet to me last week {that's how we settle arguments} and now he has to make me some sort of apple dessert. i'm so glad you posted this recipe because this is it! i'm making him make this for me. thanks! :)

Josie said...

Oh, this looks like absolute PERFECTION. I can't wait to try it out!
xo Josie
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elizabeth said...

That looks yum, and i love Mushaboom! (the song)

Gracie said...

Ahh looks absolutely delicious. I like any kind of apple crumble/pie.

I remember making one in year 8 in my Home Ec class and I loved it.

Bella @Bellgetsreal said...

Drooling!!

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Tamara Nicole said...

Mmmmm yummy! :-)

wishful nals said...

mmmm, can never go wrong with apples + brown sugar!

lara said...

thanks

fontgirl said...

this looks sooooo good! Great recipe, i'll have to try it :)

Justine said...

That looks DELICIOUS!

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Irene said...

I tried the recipe.. And it was yummy!! Thx for putting up the recipe.

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