This delicious, easy Toffee Apple Crumble is the perfect end to a fall family dinner. (oh and super easy to make too) To serve just dollop on the ice-cream or drizzle with custard and eat whilst it’s still deliciously warm.
Our sticky toffee apple crumble combines beautiful tangy Bramley apples, sweet and sticky toffee sauce and the easiest crumbliest topping.
We use cheat ingredients to get this autumn dessert ready to eat quickly. Our apple crumble with toffee sauce is so simple to put together, and it tastes like you spent a whole lot longer over it.
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Toffee Apple Crumble Recipe
Serves – 6 people
Prep Time – 10 mins
Cook Time – 25 minutes
Total Time – 35 minutes
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Will I need any special equipment for this toffee apple crumble?
Nothing special needed, and because we use cheat ingredients, you’ll literally just need four things to put this crumble together!
- Chopping board
- Pie dish or casserole dish or other ovenproof dish – you can also use a small roasting tin
Sticky Toffee Apple Crumble Ingredients
You’ll only need three ingredients to make this gorgeous autumn pudding.
- Large Bramley apples – peeled, cored and sliced (or use any other cooking apples)
- Toffee sauce – I used the Joe & Seph’s Sticky Toffee Sauce to make our crumble, but supermarkets do their own brand toffee sauce which works just as well. Using shop bought sauce, just cuts out the need to be bubbling up your own caramel sauce in a saucepan.
- Crumble topping – I usually make my own crumble topping but I found this little product in the supermarket – Crumble Topping from McDougalls, so feeling a tad lazy I thought I’d give it a try.
If you prefer to make your own crumble topping – grab our crumble topping with oats recipe here, it’s really easy to make, uses all the regular ingredients like plain flour, unsalted butter and caster sugar and tastes amazing!
How To Make Sticky Toffee Apple Crumble
Here’s how to make sweet toffee crumble.
Is toffee apple crumble easy to make?
Apple Crumbles are one of the easiest, most simple and straightforwards desert recipes to make. And because we use cheat ingredients in this recipe, the whole thing is even easier! For full instructions see recipe card below.
Step One – preheat the oven
- Heat the oven to 180C / 350F / Gas Mark 4 – grab our super handy oven temperature conversion chart with printable here.
Step Two – make the apple crumble filling
- Thinly sliced the apples into a pie dish
- Tip over the sticky toffee sauce and stir it into the apple slices using a tablespoon.
Cooks Note! You could also use this as an apple pie filling.
Step Three – add the crumble topping
- Sprinkle over the crumble mixture using your fingertips straight from the bag.
Step Four – bake the toffee apple crumble
- Bake in the oven for 25 – 30 minutes until the crumble is golden and the sticky toffee apple filling oozing though.
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How Do You Know If Apple Crumble Is Done?
Once your crumble is done the top will be browning, and the apple and toffee will be oozing through the crumble topping deliciously.
You can insert a knife into the crumble just to make sure the apples are tender.
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Make Toffee Apple Crumble Your Way
- Use any apples you fancy – you can make this crumble with eating apples – just peel, core and slice.
- Add sliced pears in with the apples to make a toffee apple and pear crumble.
- Skip the toffee sauce and just add a couple of spoonfuls of dark brown sugar to the apples.
- Add a handful of oats to the crumble topping.
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- Strawberry crumble – use up over-ripe sticky strawberries in a summer crumble and serve with vanilla ice cream.
- Pear Crumble – bake a delicious easy autumn pear crumble with this simple recipe.
Toffee Apple Crumble Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make this toffee apple crumble in a different tin/tray?
You can use pretty much any oven safe dish or bowl to make your crumble. Just make sure it’s appropriately sized for the filling. You can use a pie dish, casserole dish or a small roasting tin. They’ll all work just fine.
Can I make this toffee apple crumble into individual portions?
Yes, totally, just get yourself some little oven safe ramekins and divide the ingredients between the individual pots. They’ll also probably cook in less time too, so adjust the cooking times and keep an eye on them as they bake.
Can I freeze this toffee apple crumble?
You can freeze this crumble – baked or unbaked. I usually freeze in the dish I baked it in (which is freezer safe). They last around 3 months in the freezer. However, the crumble topping does soak up some of the fruit moisture so can get a little soggy.
To use – defrost in the fridge over night and then reheat (or cook) in the oven until piping hot throughout.
How long does toffee apple crumble keep?
Once cooled, you can keep this apple crumble in the fridge for 2-3 days. Or in the freezer for around 3 months.
Can I make toffee apple crumble ahead?
Yes, toffee apple crumble is fine made a couple of days ahead, and kept in the fridge.
How should I store toffee apple crumble?
Once the crumble has cooled down, cover the top with tin foil and store in the fridge.
Is toffee apple crumble gluten-free?
Our recipe is not gluten free, but you can make a gluten free crumble topping using our crumble topping recipe and swapping the flour for a gluten free variety. And take care to check that all other ingredients used are gluten free too.
Is toffee apple crumble suitable for vegans?
You can adapt this recipe to create a vegan version. Just choose vegan ingredients.
Is toffee apple crumble suitable for vegetarians?
This recipe is vegetarian.
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Toffee Apple Crumble Recipe
- 4 Bramley Apples
- 230g Toffee Sauce
- 450g Crumble Topping
- Heat the oven to 180C.
- Thinly slice the apples into a pie dish.
- Stir in the toffee sauce.
- Scatter over the crumble topping.
- Bake in the oven for 25 - 30 minutes until the crumble is golden and the sticky toffee apple filling oozing though.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 289Total Fat: 13gSaturated Fat: 8gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 40mgSodium: 149mgCarbohydrates: 43gFiber: 3gSugar: 38gProtein: 1g
Nutritional content will vary depending on the exact ingredients you use and how careful you are with measuring - this nutritional information is given as a general guide only and may not be accurate - you should always calculate your own nutritional information especially if you have specific dietary requirements.
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