Try this simple apple and rhubarb crumble recipe. We’re more than confident that you’ll be amazed at how something so yummy can be so good for you. Let us know what your thoughts are on Pinterst and Instagram!
Apple and Rhubarb Sugar Free Crumble for Vegans (with Sea Moss!)
Our rhubarb and apple crumble recipe with a powerful little secret ingredient is simply delicious! We use a little Sea Moss Gel in this to help with the thickening and bringing that silky smooth mouth feel. This makes our crumble not just a decadent experience for your palette, but also brings that well known Sea Moss goodness with it.
How to Cook Rhubarb and Apple Crumble
Apple and Rhubarb Crumble without Oats
A good substitute for oats are almond flour or ground almonds. They can be used in a 1:1 ratio as a substitute for oats in a crumble recipe. Other options include using crushed nuts, such as walnuts or pecans, or using a mixture of flour and breadcrumbs as a substitute for oats.
If you wanted to serve these up as individual rhubarb and apple crumble portions, you could load up some oven safe ramakins and you’re all good to go!
Rhubarb is Packed Full of Benefits
Rhubarb is a vegetable that is high in vitamin K and dietary fiber, and also contains small amounts of vitamin C, calcium, and potassium.
It also has a low GI and is not too heavy on the calories, which will help with maintaining a calorie deficit. Some studies have suggested that the fiber in rhubarb may help to lower cholesterol levels and promote healthy digestion.
Additionally, the high levels of antioxidants in rhubarb may help to protect against certain types of cancer and reduce inflammation. Rhubarb also used as a natural laxative because of its high content of soluble fiber.
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