A rather delicious (and easy peasey) recipe…

May 13, 2009 at 11:14 am Leave a comment

What’s the weather like where you are? Being British we are obsessed with it. To be fair, we’re having to keep a very close eye on it at the moment as we’ll be planting our hemp crop soon and we need to do it at precisely the right time – and temperature and general weather conditions have a big impact on that.

Right, so the weather – it is pretty dismal here today. Grey, rainy, chilly. It always does that, gives you some sunshine and then just as you start getting used to it, snatches it away. We’re all craving wintery food because, to be honest, it feels like winter all over again. I’m confident this recipe of Ben’s will cheer us up though. Super simple, delicious and suitable for dairy free diets, Vegans, Veggies and pretty much everyone else too. You don’t need to feel too guilty about it either as it will help you towards your recommended daily intake of Omega 3!

GOOD Fruit Crumble

Ingredients:

For the Crumble
35g flour
25g sugar
3 Tbsp of GOOD Oil

For the Fruit
4 pears, peeled and chopped
100g raspberries
50g sugar

Pre-heat the oven to 190C

Method:

Mix the fruit and sugar together in an oven dish. In another bowl mix the flour, sugar and GOOD OIL with your fingers until it resembles breadcrumbs. Put the flour mix over the fruit then place in the oven for 30 mins until golden brown.

GOOD OIL Pear & Rasberry Crumble

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