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Healthier pear crumble with rosemary

  1. Who says you can only eat crumble for dessert? This healthier pear crumble with crunchy oatmeal and spicy rosemary is great for breakfast.

  1. Number of people: Â 5-6 Cooking time: 30 + Â minutes


  1. 150 grams of oatmeal 50 grams of wholemeal spelled flour 50 milliliters of sunflower oil 80 grams of coconut blossom sugar Pinch of salt 1 kilo of pears 2 tablespoons of cornstarch 2 sprigs of rosemary


  1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees. Mix the oatmeal with the spelled flour, sunflower oil, coconut blossom sugar and a pinch of salt. Stir with a fork or rub with your hands until coarse crumbs form. If necessary, add a little bit of water to make even more crumbs. Clean the pears and cut them into cubes. Mix with the two tablespoons of cornstarch. Remove the needles from the rosemary and chop it finely. Mix the rosemary with the pear pieces. Fill an oven dish with the pear mixture and sprinkle the crumbs over it. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes. Serve with a tablespoon of (almond) yogurt if necessary.


  1. Don't have time in the morning to make this crumble? You can also make it the day or night before. The crumble can be eaten cold, but it is also possible to bake it in the morning. This recipe comes from the Veggie Reporter.

Nutritional value per person Energy: Â 344Â kcal Protein: Â 4.8Â grams Carbohydrates: Â 53.8Â grams Fat: Â 10.7Â grams Saturated fat: Â 1.4Â grams Fiber: Â 6.9Â grams Salt: Â 0.3Â grams Also read Spelled waffles without egg Porridge with caramelized banana Gluten free pancakes with mashed potatoes French toast without egg Toast with roasted pumpkin Don't miss anything anymore?

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