Tuesdays With Dorie – Apple Speculoos Crumble

I know… I know. You are probably wondering why I made the Apple Crumble when I have been so clearly craving non-fruity desserts. Well, I always do love a good apple crumble, but mostly I wanted to have the next few weeks uninterruped by fruit! Ha ha!

This was quite simple to make. I thought I had bought fuji apples [or ar least that is what the sign at the markey said], but it turned out that I had bought pink crips instead. They were still delicious. I definitely added more sugar to the apples than was called for, and used raisins as well.

And then! I saw these on the end cap and just couldn’t resist!

Yes, they were all in little packages, which is a bit of a PITA but Santa! I know him! Also, do note that the cookies don’t look quite as Santa-ish as the picture on the package ssas, so i don’t feel too terrible about pulverizing the man in the Red Suit. Or at least I did, in my laziness, put the cookies and the butter into the cuisinart, rather than break them and mush them by hand. 
And the aroma wafting through the air was marvelous! The dessert was delicious, and with all good apple crumbles, served with a scoop of Vanilla Bean Gelato. Yum! The biscoff definitely made this… after all, it is otherwise just baked aapple, right? I really liked this one. And there are still two packages of Santa biscoff left! Yum…

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6 Responses to Tuesdays With Dorie – Apple Speculoos Crumble

  1. I have not worked with biscoff before. You may have just convinced me to try it with crumbles.

  2. smashed santas–haha! glad you liked this one.

  3. Diane Zwang says:

    I am serving this one for Thanksgiving. Looking forward to it, most of you seem to like it.

  4. Zosia says:

    I consider the cuisinart an efficient choice, not a lazy one. Glad you liked it even though it was another fruit dessert.

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