I have a brown thumb and manage to kill pretty much everything that gets planted in my garden. Fortunately for me when we moved into our current house in Oregon there was an existing, well established cherry tree and a nice little apple tree that haven’t required any of my gardening (non)expertise. The cherry tree gave us more cherries than we could eat at the start of summer and now as summer comes to an end, the apple tree is full of fruit.
I’m not sure of the apple variety but they are reasonably sour. They’re ok eaten fresh but better suited to cooking and I decided to make an apple crumble but to modify it so it’s without any added sugar, white flour or oats.
If you want to label it, it’s gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, no added sugar, and could even pass as a Paleo dessert (although I like to eat this for breakfast).
Now for confession time: I’ve had three helpings of my apple crumble since it came out of the oven. Pigging out on it isn’t an example of healthy eating but this stuff is just so good. I better go put it in the fridge so there’s some left for tomorrow’s breakfast.