Apple and fig crumble with almond chia topping

Serves: 6
Time to make: 50 mins

Total cost: $ 11.40 / $ 1.90 per serve

(at time of publication)

Apple and fig crumble with almond chia topping
  • Ingredients

  • Nutrition Info.(per serve)

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What’s great about our crumble?

  • It’s lower in saturated fat: Replacing the butter with reduced-fat spread lowers the saturated fat but keeps the crunch. We also add flaked almonds, for extra crunch, and chia seeds — both rich in heart-friendly unsaturated fatty acids.
  • We add protein: Serving the crumble with reduced-fat yoghurt instead of custard or ice cream not only lowers the saturated fat and sugar content, it adds protein.
  • It has less sugar: Sweetening the apples with dried figs means there’s no processed sugar in the filling (and adds fibre). And we use just a small amount of brown sugar in the crumble topping.

Why it's better

  • 75% less sugar
  • 85% less saturated fat
  • 55% fewer kJs

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