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Carlota Fariña


It was high time I was sharing a recipe with apples since I hadn’t prepare any this autumn. I love to bake apples, especially during this period of the year but I have been so busy lately creating recipes for food brands. So today I am updating the blog with this pecan apple crumble I prepared a few days ago. It was the first time I did this recipe and let me tell you it’s delicious. Actually, it didn’t last too long! 

As you may know I am a big fan of crumbles, in my opinion it’s such an easy and quick dessert to prepare that I usually prepare this peach crumble in summer or this strawberry crumble with Marie biscuits all year. 

So as a big fan of fall season I had the idea to mix two types of apples, red and green, to create this crumble and add some pecans on top for a crunchy touch. 




3 red apples⁣

3 green apples ⁣

50 gr (¼ cup) coconut sugar⁣

3 tsp cinnamon ⁣

Half of a lemon juice⁣


180 gr (1 cup) all-purpose flour⁣

150 gr (8 tbsp) unsalted butter⁣

40 gr (½ cup) pecans⁣

30 gr (⅛ cup) coconut sugar⁣


Peel the apple, cut them in pieces, transfer them to a bowl, add the squeezed lemon, cinnamon, and sugar. ⁣Mix well and allow to rest for at least 30 min.⁣

⁣Meanwhile in another bowl combine butter and flour. Add sugar and pecans in pieces. ⁣Transfer the apple mix to a mould and then add the topping. ⁣Bake at 150ºC (300ºF) for about 20 minutes. ⁣Serve with vanilla ice cream and… buon appetito!⁣

You can substitute

-Coconut sugar: brown sugar or raw cane sugar⁣

-Flour: the one you prefer, I chose whole wheat flour



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