This breakfast crumble includes flaxseed, rich in omega-3s to deliver anti-inflammatory benefits; berries, a source of vitamin C-supplying antioxidant action; and fibre-rich apples, because a well-functioning digestive system can contribute to a healthy complexion. It’s a make-ahead morning meal that is easy to pack for workday breakfasts, but can be repurposed with a dollop of maple-sweetened yogurt for dessert.
Change up the fruit filling with any soft-fleshed fresh or frozen varieties. Try peaches and blackberries, apricots and raspberries, or plums and strawberries.
For crumble topping, in large bowl, mix to combine flour, oats, flaxseed, cinnamon, and salt. Stir in oil and honey or syrup, stirring until mixture is fully incorporated and mixture is tacky.
For filling, in large bowl, mix apples or pears, berries, water, and lemon juice until fully combined. Tip fruit into 10 in (25 cm) round or 8 x 8 in (20 x 20 cm) baking dish or cast iron pan, distributing fruit filling evenly.
To assemble, crumble topping over fruit filling, pressing down gently to encase fruit. There may be extra crumble topping, which you can freeze for another crumble or crisp.
Bake for 40 to 50 minutes, until fruit is bubbling and topping is beginning to brown. Serve warm or chilled with yogurt or a splash of milk, if desired. Once cool, cover, and refrigerateu2014it lasts for about a week. Reheat single servings in low oven if desired or enjoy cold.
This recipe is part of the Beauty From Within collection.
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