What is the difference between an apple pie and a crumble?
The difference between a Dutch Apple Pie (aka Apple Crumble Pie) and a traditional Apple Pie is the streusel topping that bakes up into crunchy, sweet deliciousness and is, in my opinion, easier to make than a pastry top. A perfect dessert for Thanksgiving and other special occasions!
What is apple pie crumble made of?
This crumble is a mixture of butter, dark brown sugar, flour, and cinnamon that is smashed together until small, crumbly pieces form. The crumble can be made a few days ahead and refrigerated. You can also make a double batch and freeze it so future apple crumb pies come together quicker.
What is a crumble in the UK?
Crumbles are a true British dessert, which can be made any time of the year using seasonal fruit. Crumbles are the most comforting of comfort foods, with crisp, textured crumb contrasting with a warming layer of stewed fruit and spices.