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Crunchy apple dessert

Of course, you long a little extra for that apple and cinnamon taste as autumn approaches. If you also add a little crunch to the mix, it will be a magically good combination. Below you will find the recipe for a really good cinnamon-crunchy apple compote that works to make both at home and when you are out in nature.

If you want to create this dish in nature, almost no preparation is needed at home, but then you need to bring a cutting board, knife and a bowl and whisk. If you want it to go quickly and smoothly on site, you can instead make all the preparations at home. It's entirely up to you. The recipe is enough for four people.

The crunchy part
● 1 dl sugar
● 1 teaspoon ground ginger
● 0.5 teaspoon baking powder
● 75 g butter
● 1 dl oatmeal
● 1 dl wheat flour
● 1.5 tablespoons milk
● 1.5 tablespoons light syrup

The apple part
● 0.5 dl sugar (if the apples are not so sweet you can increase the amount of sugar)
● 0.5 tbsp cinnamon
● 4 apples

The soft part
● 3 dl whipping cream
● 2 tablespoons sugar
● 1 teaspoon vanilla sugar

Do it like this:
Start with the crunchy part, the flarns. Mix all ingredients well. Place the dough on the hot baking tray and fry it while stirring so that it does not clump together too much. When the flakes have acquired a golden color, remove them from the hob and let it cool a bit while you fry the apples.

Peel the apples, grate it and cut it into quarters. Slice every quarter into reasonably thick slices. Put sugar and cinnamon on a hot frying pan and mix it together and let it get a little hot and get an almost caramel-like texture. Pour on the apple slices and fry while stirring gently until the apples have a soft consistency. Remember not to fry the apples too hard so that it becomes just a mess.

Pour the cream into the bowl and mix in the sugar and vanilla sugar. Whip the cream gently. It should be fluffy but does not have to be as hard as whipped cream.

Serve a fair amount of hot apple slices sprinkled with pieces of the crunchy flakes. Pour over a splash of the soft cream. If there are blueberries nearby, throw on a bunch as a finishing touch!