Wild Blackberry & Apple Crumble


I have such wonderful memories of blackberry picking as a child with my little sister. I really want to make it a yearly activity with my children. Ripe blackberries are a sign of the end of the summer, when picked fresh they do not keep for long just a couple of days so get prepare beforehand so you can make this straight after picking. This recipe is so easy, you can definitely do it with young children. Or even if you've never baked before you will be able to make this and it will taste amazing! Baked using my new collection at David Mason Design. Shop the range online at www.maisonhome.co.uk

You'll need... 3 cooking apples, 200g-250g Wild blackberries, 1tsp cinnamon, 3 tbsp caster sugar, 200g plain flour, 100g butter (cubed), 175g light brown sugar 

 To make... Peel the apples and slice, put them in a large, swallow pie dish (the one from my range can be brought here...) add the blackberries and sprinkle on the cinnamon, 3 tbsp of caster sugar. Mix well and add a splash of water enough to just cover the bottom of the pie dish. Then in a mixing bowl (buy the one from my range here...) add the flour and butter and rub together with your fingertips until in resembles fine breadcrumbs. Then add the light brown sugar and stir together. Top the fruit evenly with the crumble mixture and bake on a baking tray (as it can get messy with fruit bubbling over the sides!) at 180oC for 40-50mins 


Shop my new collection online at maisonhome.co.uk

Side Plate, £7

Mixing Bowl, £23

Scalloped pie dish, £20

Set of 2 Tea towels, £15

Measuring cups, £17

Glass worktop saver, £10

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