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Nutty Chia Apple Cinnamon Crumble

Healthy eating doesn’t have to mean denying yourself the things you enjoy or the odd treat or dessert! Swopping in some nutrient dense ingredients into your old favourites is a great way to get your treats with added benefits! The stewed apple cinnamon mix in this is great for gut healing and the crumble is packed with good fats with the almonds and chia and you have manganese, copper & magnesium in the buckwheat! A treat and all those benefits, now thats a win-win!


Stewed apple:

4 Cooking apples

Handful of raisans

2 tsp cinnamon


3/4 cup buckwheat flour

3/4 cup ground almonds

4 tbsp whole chia seeds

2 oz real butter/coconut oil melted

Dash of honey


4 egg yolks

3/4 pint goats milk

1/4 tin coconut milk

1oz muscovado sugar

Vanilla extract

2 tsp arrowroot powder (to thicken)


In a pot stew the apples with the cinnamon & raisans and a small amount of water to cover the bottom of the pan, bring to the boil then leave on a very low heat, with a lid on, to steam for 10 mins, keep an eye on it and stir once or twice, so it doesn’t stick to bottom of the pan. Transfer to a pie dish.

For the crumble simple mix flour, almonds and chia in a bowl. Melt the butter/ coco oil and honey and add to the dry ingredients. Mix well and tip on top of the apple mixture & flatten. Bake at 180 until the crumble is golden.

For the custard simply mix the egg yolks, sugar, arrowroot and vanilla in a bowl to a thick paste. In a pot bring the milk & coocnut milk to the boil. Allow to cool slightly then add to the egg mix slowly, whisking all the time. Return to the pan to simmer gently, until thickened, whisking all the time so it doesn’t curdle.