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Healthy Nutrition – “Quick Fruit And Oat Crumble”

This recipe serves two. should take 10 mins to prepare and 15 minutes to cook 😉

INGREDIENTS
Filling
300g (10oz) tinned peaches or apricots in juice or syrup
1 tbsp of the juice from the fruit 3 medium bananas, sliced
sprinkle of ground cinnamon or ginger (optional)
Crumble
25g (1oz) low fat spread 20g ( 3⁄4 oz) brown sugar 11⁄2 tbsps golden syrup 100g (4oz) porridge oats

METHOD
1. Preheat the oven to 200’C/400’F/Gas mark 6.
2. Drain the canned fruit and place it in an ovenproof dish, adding 1 tbsp of the juice back to the fruit. The dish used needs to be fairly deep but not too wide. This ensures that the fruit is well covered by the topping.
3. Add the bananas and toss together with cinnamon or ginger if being used.
4. Make the crumble by melting the low fat spread, sugar and syrup in a pan. Add the oats and stir well.
5 Scatter the topping over the fruit mixture and bake for approximately 15 minutes or until golden brown.
(per serving – if the dessert makes 4 servings)
Calories 290 Protein 5g
Fat 5g Carbohydrate 60g

NUTRITION AT A GLANCE:
Good source of vitamin A, moderate source of calcium, iron and folic acid.
Makes two generous servings.

PREPARATION TIME: 10 MINS COOKING TIME:
15 MINS

NOTES:
Serve with: Low fat yoghurt or fromage frais or custard made with skimmed milk.

Enjoy — From Paul 🙂

Paul Gough
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