Crumbled Apple Pie

Classic among hikers, with many variations. Dessert or a midnight snack. Wonderful with Hikers’ Hot Chocolate – and even better with some vanilla sauce (ready made ones in the stores weigh a lot, make your own with the White Pudding recipe).

Ingredients for two:

  • 60 g dry apple pieces
  • 55 g rolled oats (NOT those that are fast to cook, NOT instant porridge)
  • 10 g fructose
  • 10 g brown sugar
  • 5 g vanilla sugar (if no sauce)
  • cinnamon
  • 45 g butter (c. 3 tablespoons)

Weight: 185 g
Need of water: < 1 dl clean water

Photo: P. Kantojärvi

How to make it:

  1. Soak the apples in a tiny amount of water until softer (15 min or something).
  2. Melt the butter on a frying pan.
  3. Mix oats and sugars with the butter and roast few minutes, until little crispy. Keep stirring all the time, it burns easily.
  4. Add the apples and cinnamon.
  5. Feast directly from the frying pan or serve it beautifully with some vanilla sauce and hot chocolate.
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About Piritta

This is blog is written for lovers of nature, beauty and pleasure. Upgrade your hiking experience by exploring great cooking in landscapes! I'm hooked in fishing and hiking in Lapland. Since 2005 I've spent most of my holidays in the wilderness, at least a week per year, some years much more. Dreaming about it and planning the trip months ahead makes the experience last longer! It is great to share my passionate hobby with you. I hope this blog and my wilderness cooking books will offer you plenty of inspiration.
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