By Simbooker on the 22nd September 2017
Files & Tags: recipes, index, desserts, plantains and fruits, apple crumble/crisp
Here is another classic dessert originating from the UK; though Britain rarely gets the credit it deserves for its amazing food. It's called Apple Crumble in Britain; and this is a widely popular dessert in North America, the United Kingdom, as well as New Zealand and Australia.
This is a great Autumn dessert, but can be enjoyed at anytime of the year in any climate. Between this and Eve's Pudding I'm not sure which one I love more sometimes. They both compete as my number 1 dessert.
The main differences between the American version and the British version of this dessert is that a crisp often contains an oatmeal topping while crumbles do not. The other difference is that the Apples in a crisp stay whole and don't have to be simmered before assembling the dessert, so the apples remain chunky and you can taste them whole.