BM # 33 Week 4 Day 1
Week 4 and Day 1 and I have picked Chocolate as my theme.
Life is forever changing, and for me it surely has taken a big change. Now I will be more busier than before, at least for now. Recently my son got engaged, and when my new daughter came to our house I prepared a simple meal . With all rituals and functions going on we were tiered of eating heavy food.
This was the dessert that I made for the couple. They wanted something healthy and low cal, and this crumble with fruits and wheat flakes seemed absolutely perfect. For the garnish I simply cut slices to form hearts and then piped some chocolate sauce around them, which kind of disappeared after baking.The crumble was not very sweet and the nuts and raisins with fresh baked fruit was a treat.I have made this crumble before but this time I used more chocolate , cooking chocolate as well as cho chip cookies. The chocolates crumble tasted delicious and we served it with some vanilla ice cream.
2 cups of muesli / corn flakes/ wheat flakes
4 tsp of granulated sugar
3-4 tsp. of honey
3 chocolate chip biscuits / digestive / any fiber biscuit
2 tbsp cooking chocolate / cocoa powder
4-5 tsp. of cold milk
Wash and slice the fruits.
Arrange apples and pears slices in a circular pattern in a baking dish.
Sprinkle 3-4 tsp. of sugar over it and bake it for 5 minutes at 180°C or microwave it for 2 minutes at high.
Take out from the oven and keep aside.
Pour the Muesli in an oven proof dish and bake it for 3 minutes at 180°C to make it crispy.
Crush the muesli and the biscuits with hands to make a coarse powder.
Mix in the cooking chocolate and the honey to it.
Sprinkle 4-5 tsp. of cold milk over the crumbled Muesli and keep aside.
Sprinkle half of this crumbled Muesli over the baked fruits and cover it fully.
Spread another layer of sliced apples over it.
Cover the apples with the rest of the muesli mix.
Gently press the whole mix to make a firm cake.
Preheat the oven for about 5 minutes and bake this crumble for 15 minutes at 180°C.
Take out from the oven and let it cool.
Labels: Blogging Marathon, Desserts, Eggless Baking