A super easy recipe for Thermomix Apricot Crumble made with tinned apricots and an irresistible buttery topping.
I love this recipe as it requires little to no planning and is a great way to use up a lone tin of apricots hiding in the back of the cupboard.
Crumbles are one of my favourite comfort foods, and I've made many different varieties, such as Spiced Pear Crumble, Rhubarb Crumble, Apple Crumble and Blackberry and Apple Crumble
Note: The full ingredients and quantities are shown in the recipe card below.
You can buy tinned apricots at most supermarkets either in an 800g or 400g tin. Fresh apricots can also be used for this recipe when they're in season.
Making the crumble topping is super easy in the Thermomix. It saves having to manually rub butter, flour and sugar together with your fingers.
- Drain the apricots and place them into a shallow baking dish. If you like the filling a bit runny, add a little of the juice/syrup to the apricots.
- Mix the crumble topping together in the Thermomix (see the recipe card at the bottom for detailed instructions).
- Tip the crumble mixture on top of the apricots - don't be afraid to pile it high! An optional extra is to sprinkle oats on top, which I love as it gives the crumble a bit of texture.
It takes 30-40 minutes to bake in the oven until the top is golden brown. You can enjoy it warm with some piping hot custard, freshly whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
- Add a couple of tablespoons (or more) of cognac to the apricots.
- Add half a teaspoon of mixed spice or cinnamon to the apricots.
To Make Ahead and Freeze
The crumble topping can be made ahead and stored in the fridge until needed. It can also be frozen in an airtight container or zip-lock bag for up to three months. There is no need to thaw the topping beforehand, just bake directly from frozen.
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Thermomix Apricot Crumble
A super easy recipe for Thermomix Apricot Crumble made with tinned apricots and an irresistible buttery topping that's a breeze to make.
For the Filling
- 1 x 800g tin of Apricots in Juice or Syrup, or 2 x 400g tins
For the Crumble Topping
- 160g plain flour
- 115g cold unsalted butter
- 80g brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons rolled oats sprinkled on top (optional)
- Preheat the oven to 170°C fan-forced / 190°C.
For the Apricot Filling
- Drain the apricots and place them into a shallow dish, if you wish, add a little of the juice/syrup to the apricots. I used a 23cm x 17cm oval dish.
For the Crumble Topping
- Weigh the flour, butter and sugar into the Thermomix bowl and mix for 15-25 sec/speed 5. (It should look a bit like sand but be careful not to over-mix, or it will become pastry!)
- Scatter the crumble mixture evenly over the apricots and gently press down with the back of a fork. Sprinkle the oats on top (if using) and bake in the oven for 35-45 minutes until golden brown.
- Serve hot with custard, a thick dollop of cream or some vanilla ice cream.
The crumble mixture can be made ahead and stored in the fridge until needed. It can also be frozen in an airtight container or zip lock bag for up to three months. There is no need to thaw the mixture beforehand, just bake directly from frozen.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 5 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 496Total Fat: 20gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 49mgSodium: 48mgCarbohydrates: 77gFiber: 4gSugar: 43gProtein: 6g
The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.
Thermomix Apricot Crumble very easy recipe, and very tasty.
I think it should be suggested that some apricot juice be poured over apricots before topping as I found to dry.
I had the correct size oval dish however, having mixed the topping recipe now have enough for another crumble , havind used 170 gms out out 355.
I will use the crumble on a rhubarb ,probably next week.
I appreciate your reciepe's, children having given me the Thermomix.
Thank you very much for the feedback. I have updated the recipe with the option of adding a little juice to the apricots so they're not dry.
Best wishes Vicki