Apple and caramel crumble

Yes, crumble season is here! One of my all time favourite desserts, they’re so comforting and I love mixing up the fillings with different fruit that’s in season. Today I’m using Bramley apples, combined with a bit of Carnation caramel, along with a caramel crumble top!

I’ve tried to simplify this recipe so just 5 ingredients are needed! I used half the caramel with the apples and also in the crumble, so there’s no need for additional sugar. I also just used oats in the crumble topping, rather than adding plain flour. I find it yields a crunchier topping just using oats, but if you prefer a softer top add a little plain flour.

I also made this to serve two, I know a lot of my followers like small batch recipes, but this recipe can easily be doubled to serve 4.

Now the ultimate question? Ice cream or custard? I personally love both! I served mine with a clotted cream ice cream.

Let me know if you make this recipe. I love seeing your remakes and hearing your feedback.

Apple and caramel crumble

Recipe by Sarah's Healthy Kitchen


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Caramel apple crumble recipe for 2 with a crunchy, oat topping.


  • 1 large bramley apple (around 190g once peeled and cored)

  • 80g carnation caramel

  • 25g margarine

  • 35g rolled oats

  • Pinch of salt


  • Preheat oven to 180°c and spray a small cast iron skillet with oil spray.
  • Peel, de core and dice the apple into small cubes. Add this to a saucepan with 1tbsp of water and cook on a medium/low heat for 3-5 minutes until just starting to soften.
  • In bowl add the oats, margarine, half the caramel and a pinch of salt and mix to combine
  • Spoon the apple into the skillet and dot over half the caramel.
  • Top with the caramel crumble mixture and bake for 15 minutes, until golden. Serve with a scoop of ice-cream or custard.


  • Serving suggestions not included in the calories.

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