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A delicious Christmas dessert option to share with family and friends.
Holidays are coming and we are all looking forward to reuniting with our families and friends. Christmas and New Year are two dates where, in particular, we eat very delicious things that we share with our loved ones.
For those who value sweet food, an excellent option is the fruit crumble. This dessert is suitable for celiacs, it does not require the use of flour and it is very nutritious since it uses different fruits. We bring you a recipe with pears, peaches, and oranges, but you can use any fruit you like, especially those that are water-based. Bananas, for example, are not the best option for this kind of dessert. This is a very healthy and tasty option for dessert lovers.
- 4 pears, peeled and cut into seedless segments
- 1 orange cut into quarters with skin
- 4 peaches cut and peeled into wedges
- 150 grams of butter
- 150 grams of oats
- 150 grams of muscabo sugar
- 150 grams of almonds cut into pieces
Boil the pears in water with the orange until they are tender. Drain and let cool. Mix with the peaches and place in a baking dish. Make sandblasting with butter, oats, sugar, and almonds. Cover the fruit with this preparation and bake over medium heat until golden. Serve warm with ice cream or semi-whipped cream.
Cooking tip: as optional, we can add some nuts and a mix of small seeds such as flax, sesame, chia, and sunflower to the crumble mixture.