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Chocolate Oat Apple Crumble

I have an unfortunate sweet tooth. I try to curb it, but sometimes I don’t. Sometimes, however, I think in advance and then make something that’s sweet, but still on the healthy side. That’s when Smitten Kitchen inspired me! Jasmine is a very close family friend who turned me on to “crumbles” very early in my life–particularly apple crumble. This recipe calls for very few ingredients so I decided to give it a go. It was really easy and made the house smell wonderful! I made a Chocolate Oat Apple Crumble and my sweet tooth was absolutely overjoyed without killing my health.

Finished product, but not before I dove in

Finished product, but not before I dove in

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Deliciously Easy Sundae Crumble Topping

Here is a super simple recipe for a somewhat natural/healthier but still insanely delicious topping for your ice cream sundaes. (Because we all know how much Hungry & Fit love their ice cream sundaes.)

Ingredients

Ingredients

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Delicious Cinnamon Sundae Crumble

A healthier way to spruce up your sundae without sacrificing taste


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Prep Time
5 min

Cook Time
10 min

Prep Time
5 min

Cook Time
10 min

Ingredients
  1. Cereal – you see that we used a healthier cinnamon crunch cereal. Chex would be great because they taste amazing and would absorb the flavor of the other ingredients well.
  2. Cinnamon – Whatever kind you like.
  3. Honey – High quality honey!
  4. Maple Syrup – REAL, dark maple syrup. The good stuff.
  5. Sesame Seeds – any color that you want.
Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to bake at 350 degrees.
  2. Crush the cereal in its original bag.
  3. Pour it into a large mixing bowl. Preferably glass.
  4. Add the maple syrup for an initial coating.
  5. Now coat with the honey as well.
  6. Add the cinnamon while folding together gently.
  7. Spread the mixture across a baking sheet. (You may treat it with oil or butter to prevent sticking. I did not and had no problem with sticking.)
  8. Add the sesame seeds over the spread out mixture and place in the oven.
  9. Bake until golden brown or your kitchen smells amazing
  10. Stir and top on your ice cream
Notes
  1. I did not use brown sugar but that would taste amazing. It would just be a little more difficult to evenly spread in this mixture because of it’s tendency to stick together, even with a nice little moisture bear in your jar
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I hope you enjoy this homemade sundae topping. Feel free to add fresh fruits, especially berries or bananas on top. As always, stay hungry and fit!

*Question of the Day: What are your favorite toppings for ice cream sundaes?