Express Apple Crumble using Be Natural Berry Trail Bars

Having a full time job means that I don’t always have the time to prepare a nice meal or a dessert. I have always been a big fan of all things simple. This express apple crumble is just that. It takes less than 5 minutes to prepare, and lower on calories than your average apple crumble.

Express Apple Crumble

2 Be Natural Berry Trail Bars
1 teaspoon cinnamon
2 tablespoons sugar
385 grams canned apple slices


1. Pre-heat the oven at 180C fan forced.

2. In a bowl mix canned apples, cinnamon and sugar until well combined.

3. Pour the apple mixture into 4 small ramekins

4. Crumble trail bars evenly over the top of each filled ramekin.

5. Baked for 7 minutes or until slightly golden.

Be Natural Trail Bars are full of nutritious ingredients. Its made of 5 natural wholegrains and comes in 3 different flavours. It's a great snack that doesn't contain any artificial flavours, preservatives or flavours.

A Cupcake Or Two received samples from Be Natural and Darcy from Zing PR.

Caroline (May 02, 2010)  

Great idea using trail bars, never thought about using this short-cut. So easy & simple but very healthy. :)

Mark @ Cafe Campana (May 02, 2010)  

Great idea Kath. These look very tasty and they must be healthy because there is fruit.

Jessy (May 02, 2010)  

These look very yummy! What a neat idea for using granola bars. Mmmm now you've got my mind thinking of other things I can do with some of these...thanks!

Elizabeth and Jared (May 02, 2010)  

What a brilliant idea! And before anyone thinks that Trail Bars might not be sweet enough - they actually have more weight watchers points than a BIG MAC! i kid you not!! GREAT RECIPE!

muffinsareuglycupcakes (May 03, 2010)  

i knew i was gonna love this post even before i saw pictures/recipe.
thats cos i saw the word "express" :D
hehe magical word.
quick and divine. mmm.

♥¸¸.•*¨Skip to Malou¨¨*•.¸¸♥¸ (May 03, 2010)  

i hear you... having a full time job makes you want to do everything on the fly.. and yeah express it has to be but definitely not on taste... this is still something to savor and enjoy!

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella (May 03, 2010)  

Oh very clever Kath! And here's me just eating the bars lol

Ellie (Almost Bourdain) (May 03, 2010)  

What a quick and easy recipe!

tigerfish (May 03, 2010)  

Like your express take on this :)

Angie Lives to Eat (and Cook)! (May 04, 2010)  

Quick easy snack/dessert! Perfect for those days when you just really can't be bothered. =)

Adrian @ Food Rehab (May 04, 2010)  

Dug what you did here- nice and easy. Baked oats esp with apple and Cinnamon is so comforting after a weary day at work.

Cherrie Pie (May 04, 2010)  

Nice one! we eat these trail bars. what a great way to use them as well.

Conor @ HoldtheBeef (May 05, 2010)  

Oh nice! I like yoghurt and fruit with chunky muesli as a quick dessert, but this is way more desserty, especially in the ramekins :)

Christine@Christine's Recipes (May 05, 2010)  

Simple and quick dishes are my favourites. This quick one is a winner too.

Trissa (May 09, 2010)  

I totally agree Kath - this week has been so busy I hardly had time to do anything but work! Im glad you shared such a delicious looking and quick recipe with us. And healthy too!

Emma @CakeMistress (May 10, 2010)  

Brilliant! I love the sound of a dessert that takes only five minutes to make.

Chef Aimee (May 11, 2010)  

What a delicious idea without all the fuss of making your own granola! MMM!

Anita (May 13, 2010)  

This does look nice and simple - great recipe!

Iron Chef Shellie (May 16, 2010)  

Always interested in an apple crumble recipe. This one looks nice and easy for those CBF moments!

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