We asked Nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert to share her favourite recipe for a cosy autumnal evening.
The days are darker, and the nights are drawing in but there’s nothing like a bowl of healthy, delicious food to keep your spirits up. We asked Nutritional Therapist and all-round food lover Rhiannon Lambert to share with us her recipe (from her book Re-Nourish: A Simple Way to Eat Well) for a healthy apple crumble, one of her go-to winter warming dishes that you can easily make at home.
‘I would always go for a crumble over a pie; it is one of my all-time favourites. I’ve tweaked the recipe and made a flourless topping with oats and almonds to give an extra protein punch. Cinnamon and apple work well together but if you have other firm fruit that needs using up, such as peaches or plums, you can always use those instead. Serve with a scoop of ice cream or yoghurt.’You will need the below:
Ingredients (serves 4-6):
For the apple base
For the crumble topping