Best thing about autumn? It's got to be puddings, crumbles to be precise. What are you waiting for?
Toffee-apple, chocolate pears, or tangy berries and rhubarb? Grab a big spoon and help yourself to these awesome crumble recipes. They're so good you'll eat them until next summer ...
The humble apple crumble: the most comforting of comfort food and loved up and down the land. This classic recipe is just like granny used to make it. Maybe, dare we say, even better.
If you live by the motto that you can't have too much chocolate, then this is the recipe for you. Cocoa in the crumble, chocolate in the custard and a scattering of chocolate chips take this recipe off the scale.
Mindblowingly moreish, Annie Bell's cheaty crumble uses chunks of ready-made flapjack and fudge. Verdict? Maximum result, minimum effort (after all, it only takes 15 minutes to throw together).
Crumble just got chunky. Pecans, almonds and hazelnuts combine in this delicious jumble of a crumble, hiding the luscious baked fruit within. Cor blimey.
If you put the crumble base underneath the fruit, is it still a crumble? Hmmm. Debate may rage, but one mouthful of this topsy-turvy pud will silence any naysayers.
Creamy cheese, syrupy soft fruits and a biscuity crumble top – who knew cheesecake and crumble were such a heavenly match? Big, big love.
Crumble goes all grown-up in this tangy version with rhubarb and lime. Pour on as much cream as you can (without getting funny looks from your fellow diners).