Apple Pear Cranberry Crumble

July 15, 2011 by Shannon Lim-de Rooy | 0 comments


A while back, i bought some huge over ripe pears that were on sale at my neighbourhood supermarket. Not knowing what to do with them, i went online searching. That’s my usual behaviour – buy ingredient first, then search for recipes and try out immediately. Yes, you might not find it impractical, but to my surprise, my ad hoc cooking turns out some delish results and also new learning experiences. As i scout the search results, i only click to read the ones that makes my heart goes Yea that’s easy and delish!

The recipe Apple pear cranberry crumble caused my heart to skip a beat and goes Yea this is the one! The recipe is easy yet the dessert looks like restaurant quality and it does impress friends at dinner parties 🙂 I use Gala Apples (Red Sweet & Sour) instead of Granny Smith because i don’t quite like Granny Smith (my personal preference). You can use different varieties of apples of your choice. The sweet soury taste of the apple blends perfectly with the sweetness of the pear. A tip to shorten the preparation time: I skip the peeling of the apples & pears, I just cored and cut into chunks. They taste good with the skin too. Continue Reading →